Window Cleaning Ponteland 

Providing Professional Window Cleaning Services in Newcastle Upon Tyne & Surrounding Areas Darras Hall Ponteland Newburn Stocksfield Westerhope Heddon On The Wall Woolsington Stamfordham Prudhoe Acomb. Exterior Cleaning Ponteland


Window Cleaning Ponteland 

3 Bedroom Detached

1 Conservatory 

2 Solar Pannels

Time Taken 90 Minutes

Lord Exterior Cleaning Were Appointed to Clean a 3 bedroom detached property in ponteland all windows facias,soffits,gutters,sills,and conservatory were cleaned also there were 2 solar pannels time taken for the clean was 90 minutes.


Interesting Information About Ponteland 

Population10,921 (parish) (2011)[1]OS grid referenceNZ161726Civil parish


Unitary authority


Ceremonial County

Northumberland Region

North East

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  • Hexham

There has been nearly a thousand years of Christian worship in Ponteland. This traditionally concentrated around St Mary's the Virgin, the prominent Church of England church near Ponteland's village green. St Mary's traces its first construction to the Norman period in the twelfth century and is still an active church. Ponteland has parish registries dating from 1602 and has been recorded in Bishops transcripts as an important place of religion since 1762.

Christian worship in Ponteland has expanded to other denominations in recent centuries. The Ponteland Methodist Church opened in 1841. An 1848 review appreciated Ponteland also hosted places of worship for Scottish Presbyterians and a Wesleyan chapel.[5]

In 1867, an Anglican sister church to St Mary's opened in Milbourne, one of Ponteland's wards. In 1884, a Catholic church was established at St Matthews, now part of the Hexham and Newcastle Catholic diocese. In the twentieth century, a United Reformed Church opened in Darras Hall.

In the 13th century, Ponteland narrowly escaped conflict when the Treaty of Newcastle (1244) ensured a last minute peace between Scottish and English forces. The treaty bears the name of Ponteland's nearest city but was actually signed in the village.


Rebellion House


During the 14th century, Ponteland was less fortunate. Scottish forces destroyed part of Ponteland Castle, as prelude to the Battle of Otterburn in 1388, 20 miles (32 km) to the west of Ponteland. Taking advantage of English distractions in the Hundred Years War with France, 1337–1453, this battle saw a decisive defeat for English forces and the expansion of Scottish influence in Ponteland's Middle Ages experience.

While Ponteland Castle was never rebuilt as a military stronghold, it transformed into a public house. Known as The Blackbird, this still serves the Ponteland community, nearly seven hundred years after the destruction of its original purpose.

Parts of Darras Hall were used as a prisoner-of-war camp in the Second World War. The camp was designated number 69 of several hundred camps across Britain and held Italian and German prisoners of war.[6] Reflecting the post-war growth of the village, Ponteland High School opened in 1972. The affluent housing estate of Darras Hall is a popular choice for many of North East England's wealthy residents and many people associated with Newcastle United Football Club live in the parish including Alan Shearer, Peter Beardsley, Steven Taylor, George Hall, Phil Barton and Terry McDermott.

In 2005, Darras Hall received considerable media attention when a convicted rapist moved to the estate after purchasing a house with his National Lottery winnings.[7]

In the early 21st century, an expanding Ponteland and the adjoining Darras Hall was home to approximately 11,000 people and it secured "town" status within Northumberland.