Detectives and Investigators Tyne and Wear

Tyne and Wear Detective and Investigators

Whatever your situation Private Investigator Tyne and Wear can provide an investigation service for you.

Working in Tyne and Wear for many years our detectives and investigators have excellent local knowledge and coupled with excellent skills of investigation and detection we are the best private detectives Tyne and Wear and the surrounding area has on offer.

We supply a wide range of private detective and private investigator services in Tyne and Wear, Sunderland, Newcastle upon Tyne, South Shields and Gateshead and are available to carry out surveillance, investigations and many other skilled and professional services such as process serving, lie detector testing and PC or Phone forensics.

Our highly trained detectives can provide services for both business and private customers so give us a call on Tyne and Wear 0191 558 0009 or email at contact@private-investigator-tyne-and-wear.co.uk.

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  • Tyne and Wear

    In the North East region of England, is the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear. It is has five metropolitan boroughs and the North Sea is found towards its east, County Durham to its south and Northumberland to its north. It boasts a long list of places of interest that include the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead, the Jesmond Dene public park in Newcastle upon Tyne and the Arbeia Roman Fort & Museum in South Tyneside.

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  • Tyne and Wear

    North Tyneside boasts a number of sport and leisure facilities and countless schools. It is home to a couple of leisure centres, parks and play facilities. There is the Lakeside Centre that has a wide range of activities such as lane line swimming, float sessions and aqua classes. Another leisure centre is the Hadrian Leisure Centre. Some of its facilities include football facilities, cricket nets, professional martial arts coaching and swimming lessons.

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  • Visit Tyne and Wear

    If you are planning to visit the North East England region, you will be glad to know that the region has a lot to do. There is Durham that is home to historic houses and churches, while Newcastle Gateshead boasts the BALTIC 39 for arts enthusiasts and Alnwick Castle - one of the biggest inhabited castles in the country. Though, if you are looking to explore the outdoors, be sure to visit Hadrian's Wall Country.

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  • The Gateshead Millennium Bridge

    Gateshead Millennium Bridge tilted for the first time in 2001. It stretches more than 120 metres across the River Tyne and can open and close in less than five minutes. The top of the arch towers 50 metres above the River Tyne! This impressive bridge even cleans up any litter that is dropped on its deck automatically. Visiting the Gateshead Millennium Bridge is easy and it can be reached by car, bus, rail or air.

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  • Baltic Art

    The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is located in Gateshead on the southern bank of the River Tynes and it is open every day of the week. It boasts more than 2 500 square metres of art which make it the biggest dedicated contemporary art institution across the United Kingdom. It is also home to the BALTIC Library where you can discover more regarding design and art by browsing one of the 11 000 books!

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  • Newcastle Castle

    The Newcastle Castle was first fortified more than 1800 years ago. The first fortification was done by the Romans when it was known as fort of Pons Aelius. The site was then used variously up until 1080 when Robert the son of William the Conqueror built the first castle at the site. The Newcastle Castle was opened to the public in 2015 after extensive renovations. It is a great place to enjoy history and learn.

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