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Alnwick Overview The market town of Alnwick is home to just over 8,000 residents, including many commuters who take ...

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Alnwick Overview

The market town of Alnwick is home to just over 8,000 residents, including many commuters who take advantage of the excellent transport links to Newcastle upon Tyne. Jobs in Alnwick have traditionally been strongest in the agriculture industry, but new trading estates in the south have helped to diversify the local economy somewhat. Central to all the goings-on in the town is Alnwick Castle, an impressive structure that draws in many visitors every year, together with Alnwick Garden and Alnwick Playhouse. According to home.co.uk, local house prices in January 2016 averaged around £132,000, which is cheaper than nearby Amble.

Alnwick Job Opportunities

Northumberland Estates is a significant employer in the town with many business interests in tourism and retail. The family-run organisation is based at Alnwick Castle, one of the many attractions in the town providing full-time and part-time jobs in a range of positions, including garden maintenance and customer service. Construction jobs also account for a good proportion of the jobs in Alnwick due to the area's on-going development projects. Most recently, work began on a new care home in the town that will eventually provide healthcare jobs for those with a passion to help other people. In the retail sector, the likes of Sainsbury's and Morrisons employ many sales and customer service workers within Alnwick.

Alnwick Employment Trends

A Neighbourhood Plan Report from 2015 estimated that the local economy in Alnwick increased in activity over the course of the previous two years. In particular, the tourism economy has improved somewhat in recent years, due in part to a major redevelopment at The Alnwick Garden, which is said to have generated over £150 million for the local area since its opening in 2002, according to Price Waterhouse Coopers. These figures account for the knock-on effect the increased levels of tourism have had on local trading throughout the area.

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