Discussion in 'SMB' started by matt228, Apr 15, 2019.
If you worked in town and lived in Morpeth I’d probably get the train tbh.
There's apartments on the sea front and the Echo 24 building. Close to the city centre and the beach. Walking distance to the SOL too
Several buildings in the Sunniside area of town have been turned into flats but they're more aimed at students so maybe not suitable. Worth a look just in case though.
So the OP's moving to Morpeth and he'll get the train into Newcastle for work – sorted.
Time to find him a job and a house...
I recommend one in Jesmond so he can get the metro to central, the train to Morpeth and then a train back to Newcastle for work.
I reckon find a job first like. Imagine the lad moves to Morpeth and gets a job at doxy Park.
What part of Middle Herrington is near a Metro station?
Sounds like an absolute nightmare.
True but if you were coming to the area to find a job Morpeth wouldn't be high on my initial list of places to look at.
@matt228 what line of work are you in?
I'm a translator but I've done a few different things since I left teaching (before finishing the training). My last longterm job was in science marketing.
So you don't know what you'll end up doing?
That's a tricky one.
That is correct, sir. I'm open to different ideas!
The landed gentry don’t need to commute for work, darling.
Makes things harder to be honest.
I'd forget about getting a new gaff and decide what it is you want to do for a living.
If you’re starting in Shildon why not move 100 years into the future by moving to Horden, where it’s currently 1879?
Or for a jump to the 1920s, try Murton or get a job at beamish.
Train guard on the Morpeth to Newcastle line sounds ideal tbh.
Disappointed your reply doesn't contain any of the following words to be honest:
Thought that would be a bit close to the knuckle given the OP’s past
Imagine comparing having a homosexual experience with sucking off dogs man.
It was more the fact that it was for baccy iirc.
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