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Lowes Hall

The -Barre- Residence

28 Lime Street,

Ouseburn Valley,



Just a very short walk down Stepney Bank brings you on to Lime Street.  Lowes Hall is a family owned building, built in 1815.  

We are the top floor and our entrance is at the far end of building next to the entrance for Northern Dance. 

This lower end of the Ouseburn Valley is home to a wide variety of business and attractions such as The Cluny, Ouseburn Farm, Seven Stories (right next door), The Ship, Stepney Bank Stables, Dream World Cakes and Wild Flower Florist to name just a few.

There's a lot more and we'll do a full guide to what's near the new spot us on the socials soon :-)

Front door of Barre fitness studio on Lime street, Ouseburn, NE1

Parking in near Lowes Hall

Street parking on Lime Street, the Ouseburn Central Car Park on Foundry Lane, and the Ouseburn South Car Park next to The Cycle Hub on the Quayside is 40p per hour up to a maximum stay of four hours.

The Ouseburn Arches car park under the Byker Bridge arches, on the corner of Lime Street and Stepney Bank is £1 for the first hour then 80p an hour up to a maximum stay of four hours. The meter accepts payment by debit or credit card only (or pay cash in Ouseburn Trust office at 53 Lime Street).

There are disabled parking spaces in the Arches car park, outside Ouseburn Farm and on Foundry Lane.

using public transport

Buses from / to town centre & byker

Services 1, 12, 22, 39, 40, 62 and 63 will take you to the Bus Stop outside or opposite St. Dominic's Priory on New Bridge Street - look for The Tanners Arms pub and turn down Stepney Bank on the right of the pub, follow the road downhill to the heart of Ouseburn. 

The yellow Quaylink bus, Q3, from Newcastle city Centre (Market Street near Grey'sMonument)  will drop you off on City Road (Just after East Quayside Sandgate stop in the timetable). Turn left along Cut Bank, then left again on Lime St to the heart of Ouseburn. 


Ouseburn is located between two Metro stations - Manors (0.7 miles from the centre of Ouseburn) and Byker (0.9 miles from the centre of Ouseburn). 

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