West Mickley

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West Mickley
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Houses in West Mickley
West Mickley is located in Northumberland
West Mickley
West Mickley
West Mickley shown within Northumberland
Unitary authority
Ceremonial county
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town HEXHAM
Police Northumbria
Fire Northumberland
Ambulance North East
EU Parliament North East England
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54°56′57″N 1°53′21″W / 54.949173°N 1.889152°W / 54.949173; -1.889152Coordinates: 54°56′57″N 1°53′21″W / 54.949173°N 1.889152°W / 54.949173; -1.889152

West Mickley /ˈmɪkl/ is a hamlet in the southern part of Northumberland, England.[1] It is located near the villages of High Mickley and Mickley Square, east of Stocksfield. It is also about half a mile or a bit more away from the town of Prudhoe and is south of the River Tyne. It is not a big village, being nearly half a mile in length with a main road stretching the full length of it (A695).

Things to do[edit]

There's a little park next to the houses and a field big enough for dogs to roam. Also there is a nice walk through the woods at the opposite side of the Road to the houses. Not many people use the park or the woods perfect for a peaceful walk, but the path is well visible. There is a pub called The Blue Bell Inn on a road called the Stonybank, hard to find but east of the petrol station at Branch End in Stocksfield.


  1. ^ Ordnance Survey: Explorer map sheet 316. Newcastle upon Tyne (Map). Ordnance Survey. 2015. ISBN 9780319245682.