Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Newcastle

Are you determined to overcome your addiction to drugs or alcohol? Want to return to a healthier, happier you? Then it could be time to get in touch with the team at Rehab 4 Addiction.

Over the years, we have helped countless people from all walks of life to change their lives for the better, and have developed an excellent reputation in our field.

Our rehab services in Newcastle are nationally renowned, and so it’s no surprise that more and more people are choosing us to help them conquer their addictions once and for all.

People come to us from all over the world, confident that we can help them.

To learn more about Newcastle-based drug or alcohol rehab, call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a variety of drug and alcohol rehabs in North East England, including Tyneside, Durham, Newcastle, and Northumberland.

What does rehabilitation involve?

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When you choose Rehab 4 Addiction to help you win your battle against drug or alcohol addiction in Newcastle, you can expect to receive the utmost level of care.

You’ll stay in accommodation with beautiful surroundings and you’ll receive round the clock medical observation from industry-leading experts.

You’ll be safe and secure away from the temptations that exist outside of the rehab centre.

Drug and alcohol rehab in Newcastle begins with the process of detoxification. This involves avoiding all toxins, ensuring that drugs and alcohol are completely eliminated from your system.

As you withdraw, you may experience uncomfortable symptoms, which will be monitored by professionals. Once ‘stabilisation’ is achieved, the psychological aspects of your addiction will be treated.

You can learn more about the types of therapies you will benefit from at rehab by clicking here.

Who is residential rehab suitable for?

There are two main types of rehab treatment – inpatient and outpatient. Inpatient treatment means doing everything, from detox to therapies, while staying at the rehab facility until your treatment is complete.

Outpatient care means that you can complete detox at home, with guidance and medication provided, and then travel to the clinic by day, while staying at home during the evenings.

Most people who contact us are unsure which of these they are more suited to, in terms of the severity of their addiction, and specifically, how much alcohol they consume.

The answer is fairly straightforward – if your addiction is extreme, you should seek residential care.

If your addiction is milder and more manageable, you may be eligible for outpatient rehab, but only if you meet certain criteria.

If any of the following apply to you, you would NOT be a suitable outpatient:

  • Those who drink 30+ units of alcohol a day
  • Those who have co-occurring mental health issues, such as depression or suicidal thoughts
  • Those who have tried and failed to stay sober after previous attempts at outpatient rehab and/or home detox
  • Those who are prone to committing acts of violence or aggression towards people around them while they are intoxicated
  • Those who are living in a toxic and/or stressful situation at home, such as having an abusive partner, or dealing with antisocial neighbours

If any of those apply to you, it would be recommended that you attend rehab as an inpatient. This means that you can recover in a safe and secure environment.

It also means that you can go through detox with proper medical supervision, which is essential if your drug or alcohol intake is extreme.

Certain drugs are associated with the risk of seizure and other severe symptoms during withdrawal. This includes alcohol, benzodiazepines like diazepam, and opiates like heroin.

Whatever your needs are, and whatever your level of substance abuse has been up to this point, we want to assure you that we will be able to find the right kind of help for you.

That’s why we’re here – to help you make sense of the multitude of options, and find a treatment solution that works.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

The rehab admissions process in Newcastle

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The first part of the rehab admissions process is calling us on 0800 140 4690 and speaking to one of our phone team, who can take you through a brief referral consultation.

We will ask you a few questions in order to assess which of the clinics in your area would be the best fit for you.

Once we have made an informed decision on a clinic, we can tell you everything you need to know about it and refer you if you are happy to proceed.

Once you arrive on-site, you will need to be assessed by the mental health team. Although this may sound potentially daunting, they just want to foster your wellbeing and ensure that you don’t pose a risk to yourself or to others.

A big part of this process is assessing your relationship with substance abuse, and determining what would be the best course of treatment for you.

One possible technique of judging this is the ASAM criteria, which was drawn up by the ASAM medical society of clinicians, founded in 1954.

This measures the various behavioural characteristics of the individual, as well their ability and willingness to participate in the recovery process.

Patients are assessed on six different criteria, which are as follows:

  • Acute Intoxication and/or Withdrawal Potential – Exploring an individual’s past and current experience of substance use and subsequent withdrawal
  • Biomedical conditions and complications – Exploring an individual’s health history and current physical conditions
  • Emotional, Behavioural, or Cognitive Conditions and Complications – Exploring an individual’s thoughts, emotions, and mental health issues
  • Readiness to change – Assessing how willing the person is to commit to treatment
  • Relapse, continued use, or continued problem potential – Exploring an individual’s unique relationship with drug or alcohol relapse or their continued use or problems
  • Recovery/living environment – exploring an individual’s recovery or living situation, and the people, places, and things involved

A large part of the assessment is determining not just whether someone has a substance abuse problem, but how moderate or severe that problem is.

The DSM-5 technique identifies different characteristics of addiction through four different categories.

The number of criteria that are met by the person in question determine how severe their addiction is, and what types of treatment are required.

The DSM-5 categories are as follows:

  • Impaired Control – Using more of a substance than intended, or using more often than intended; wanting to cut down but being unable to do so
  • Social Problems – neglecting responsibilities and relationships; giving up activities that they used to care about; being unable to complete tasks at work or school
  • Risky Use – using in risky settings or circumstances, continuing to use despite knowing that there are problems
  • Physical Dependence – Needing more of a substance to gain the same effect; having withdrawal symptoms when not using the substance

If a person has two or three of the symptoms listed above, that would indicate that they are living with a mild substance abuse disorder.

Four or five symptoms would indicate a moderate substance abuse disorder, while six or seven would indicate a severe substance abuse disorder. Under this model, a severe substance disorder is classed as an addiction.

However moderate or severe your symptoms are, you will be able to get treatment at rehab. This is why the clinical staff conduct this kind of assessment – to make sure that you get the right treatment and care during your stay.

With that in mind, it is very important to be honest during these discussions. You don’t have to fear any consequences for doing so, either – rehab is a safe and non-judgemental environment, and they are only concerned with your wellbeing.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Addiction intervention in Newcastle – when a loved one is in denial

When it comes to dealing with addiction, denial can be a big obstacle for a lot of people.

For many different reasons, some people do not want to admit that they have a substance abuse problem, even if it is evident for everyone else to see.

This may be because of pride, or the social stigma that can come with addiction.

Either way, this is not a good state to be in, and it’s important that those around that person try their best to give them perspective on their own behaviour.

The most effective way of doing this is through intervention, which is where family and loved ones sit down with the person in addiction and communicate clearly to them that they think they need professional help.

It is best to do this with the help of a trained intervention counsellor, who can help to mediate the conversation and ensure that it is safe and constructive.

If you’ve never been part of an intervention before, it can be hard to know where to start. That’s why we offer free, detailed advice on how to stage an intervention.

This is all part of our service of free information and advice – all you need to do is call us on the number provided above.

Although intervention is a big step and can be emotionally challenging for those involved, it is often the only way to get through to someone who is deep in addiction and denial.

How much does rehab cost in Newcastle?

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As you might expect, this is one of our most frequently asked questions. All of the clinics that we refer to our private, meaning that getting treatment there will cost a significant amount of money.

It is not possible to give an exact price for your treatment until we have spoken to you and properly assessed your needs through our telephone consultation.

However, we can provide some ballpark figures, which will vary depending on the treatment options that you sign up for.

The longest that most people stay at rehab is 28 days. However, there are some people for whom a 10-day rehab might be more appropriate.

If you were to choose the 10-day option, you could expect to pay between £2000 and £4000 for a multiple-occupancy room, and between £3000 and £6000 for a single occupancy room.

If you were to take the full 28-day rehab option, this price would go up to around £6000 for a single-occupancy room, and somewhere between £8000 and £12000 for a multiple-occupancy room.

We recognise that this constitutes a hugely significant financial investment for most people, which is why we offer different programmes with different pricing.

If your budget will not stretch to the kinds of prices provided above, we do offer a home detox service for around £1500.

This would involve us sending out medication to your home via mail, along with detailed instructions on how to detox properly.

While this option is a lot cheaper, it is only suitable for certain people, as detailed at the top of this page.

You will also not be under medical supervision during home detox, which means that you will not be as safe as you would be if going through detox at rehab.

We are happy to provide free advice on the financial side of rehab, such as weighing up your treatment options and exploring any financing options that might be available to you.

This is one of the things that can be discussed at length during your telephone consultation.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Private rehab vs. public-funded rehab

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Although we are a private rehab referral agency, it would be irresponsible of us not to mention that there are a lot of rehab clinics out there that are accessible through public services and charitable organisations.

For those who cannot currently afford to seek treatment at a private clinic, the public clinics present an appealing option.

However, there are pros and cons to each, and it’s important to consider these when making a decision.

For example, private rehab has the advantage of getting treatment quickly, with no need to sign up for a waiting list. This can be very valuable for someone who is in extreme addiction and doing damage to themselves on a daily basis.

It also provides a generally superior standard of care and accommodation when compared to public rehab clinics. However, the disadvantage is that private rehab treatment costs a significant amount of money.

In terms of public-funded rehab, the obvious advantage is that you won’t have to pay for treatment at all, or your costs will be minimal. However, there is the disadvantage of having to be on a waiting list for an indefinite period of time.

This could mean waiting for months on end before securing a rehab place. Another drawback to public rehab is that you will likely not have as much choice around what type of clinic you go to and what kind of treatments you receive.

Some statutory/council-funded rehab options in Newcastle include:

  • Wear Recovery. 4-6 Mary St, Sunderland SR1 3NH. Tel: 0800 234 6798
  • North East Council On Addictions. 176 New Bridge St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2TE. Tel: 0191 222 1262

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Alcohol detox & rehab in Newcastle

The United Kingdom has a well-established problem with binge drinking, and here in the northeast of England, it is more of a problem than most other areas.

Newcastle’s bustling nightlife attracts people from all over the country, and alcohol is an integral part of that culture.

Unfortunately, what starts as weekend drinking can soon turn into full-blown addiction and dependency.

If you find yourself drinking most days, or your drinking has had a negative impact on your life, it may be time to accept that you have a problem with alcohol and seek professional help with it.

The best way of going about this is to go to rehab, where you can detox from alcohol safely, as well as get the clinical treatment that you need in order to achieve long-term recovery.

We can refer you to a quality drug & alcohol rehab in Newcastle. We have been providing this service for nearly ten years, and have helped thousands of people to achieve recovery during that time.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline:0800 140 4690

The risks of an unmanaged alcohol withdrawal

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One of the key advantages of recovering from alcoholism at rehab is that you can have proper medical supervision while you detox.

If you are a heavy drinker, there is a high risk of severe physical symptoms from withdrawal, which can be dangerous if not managed properly.

This can include intense muscle cramps and vomiting, as well as the potential for seizures.

At rehab, these symptoms can be mitigated through the use of a medication called Librium, which greatly reduces the chances of more severe physical symptoms.

Alcohol home detox in Newcastle

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In some cases, we may be able to arrange a home-based alcohol detox for you, which would involve us sending medication to you in the post and providing detailed guidance and advice.

However, this is only available to people who meet certain criteria.

You would need to be drinking under 30 units of alcohol per day, have a stable home environment in which to recover, and not be identified as ‘high risk’ during your assessment.

Home detox is a lot cheaper than rehab, however, it does have its drawbacks.

For one thing, you will not have in-person medical assistance while you detox, which means that you will not be as safe as you would be at rehab.

You will also not have any other kind of therapies or treatments, meaning that the chances of you relapsing in future will likely be higher.

This kind of home detox is not to be confused with going ‘cold turkey’, in other words stopping suddenly and not taking any medication or receiving any other treatment.

This ‘DIY’ approach is actually extremely dangerous, especially if you are withdrawing from alcohol, opiates, benzodiazepines, or other tranquilisers. It is always preferable to have some kind of medical supervision or at least guidance.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Rehab for Cocaine in Newcastle


Although cocaine is a restricted Class A drug, its use is widespread in UK nightlife, especially in the country’s major cities such as Newcastle.

People are often attracted to cocaine use because the drug makes them feel confident, energetic, and highly sociable.

The flipside of that is that cocaine also makes people more likely to become hostile, aggressive, and violent.

Aside from these behavioural concerns, cocaine abuse also massively increases the risk of heart attack and stroke, even in users who are otherwise healthy and fit.

Cocaine is a highly addictive substance, both physically and psychologically.

It is also incredibly expensive, which means that it can easily drive a person into financial difficulty. If you are suffering from cocaine addiction, it is best to seek treatment as soon as possible. T

he best way of proceeding with this is to go to rehab, where you can safely detox from cocaine, and then go through treatment to address the underlying factors that led you to cocaine abuse, to begin with.

Cocaine detox is quite different from detoxing from heroin or alcohol, in that cocaine detox is not usually associated with extreme physical symptoms like seizures or muscle pain.

However, it can present an array of unpleasant psychological symptoms, such as irritability, sleeplessness, paranoia, depression, anxiety, and extreme cravings for cocaine.

These symptoms will need to be managed by the detox team at rehab. Overall, cocaine detox should usually take around a week to complete.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Heroin rehab in Newcastle

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Heroin is one of the world’s most powerful opiates, as well as one of the most addictive. It can cause immense harm to users in a number of different ways.

Firstly, fatal overdose is common, as are the many long-term health effects of the drug. On top of that, the withdrawal symptoms of heroin are so severe that it can lead users to commit crimes in order to afford their next fix.

It’s a miserable cycle of addiction and despair, from which the only escape is professional addiction treatment.

The best way of getting clean from heroin is to go to rehab, where you can have medical and psychological assistance throughout your detox.

Heroin detox is more high-risk than most other drugs, and if it is not managed properly there is a high risk of seizure and other serious health risks.

This is why heroin detox usually involves the use of medications like Subutex and Methadone, in order to manage the physical symptoms. Going ‘cold turkey’ is simply not an option.

After you have got through the initial stage of detox, which should take about 10 days, you can then start your therapy plan.

This will feature a number of different treatments, the goal of which is to give you the best possible chance of not relapsing into active addiction.

Once we know more about your situation, we can recommend the right clinic for you, and tell you everything you need to know about securing a place there.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Rehab for Cannabis in Newcastle

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Cannabis is often talked about as a ‘less harmful’ or even ‘harmless’ drug. In fact, this is far from the truth.

Cannabis is psychoactive, and as such has the potential to drastically change a person’s behaviours and psychology, especially with long-term use, which is associated with memory loss and impaired cognitive ability.

Just because it is not possible to overdose (in the traditional sense) on cannabis, it doesn’t mean that the drug is in any way harmless.

As well as the impact on mental and physical health, cannabis can lead to users becoming socially withdrawn, lethargic, and apathetic. This in turn creates its own sets of problems, with social isolation having a huge impact on a person’s wellbeing.

If your cannabis use has negatively impacted your life, you should do the same thing that you would with any other kind of drug abuse – seek professional help. If you are willing to take this step, then rehab is your best option.

Compared with other drugs, cannabis detox is fairly straightforward, in that it doesn’t require the use of medications, and the risk of severe physical withdrawal symptoms is very low.

However, cannabis withdrawal is associated with a number of psychological difficulties, such as insomnia, anxiety, and depression. These symptoms will need to be managed by the detox team at rehab.

Once you are through detox, you can have help from mental health practitioners to treat the underlying causes of your cannabis addiction.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Types of therapies on offer in Newcastle rehabs


Therapy and treatment take up the bulk of your time at rehab, and with good reason.

If you want to achieve long-term recovery, it is important to become more aware of yourself and of how you interact with addiction and substance abuse.

Your therapy plan at rehab will comprise a number of different types of therapy, administered by specialists in each field.

Below, we have listed a range of different therapies that you can expect to go through at rehab, along with a brief description of what each one involves, and how it could help.

1. Cognitive behavioural therapy

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a technique that is often used to treat chronic mental health conditions, including drug and alcohol and drug addiction.

It focuses on challenging and changing thoughts and behaviours, managing emotional responses, and developing coping strategies.

2. Dialectical behavioural therapy

Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) is evidence-based psychotherapy often used to treat personality disorders. DBT can be useful in treating symptoms such as suicidal ideation, as well as behavioural problems such as self-harm or risk-taking behaviours.

3. Brief interventions

Brief intervention is a catch-all term used to describe a number of different therapeutic techniques that focus on short-term problems and try to come up with solutions.

This might include telephone services such as ours that offer information and advice about drug and alcohol issues.

4. Motivational interviewing

Motivational interviewing is a technique that is often used to get through to someone who is stuck in apathy or ambivalence. It aims to discover new forms of motivation for that person and to plan out a strategy for that person to achieve those goals.

5. Holistic therapies

This is a term to describe activities that are not traditionally considered therapy, but that will have a positive effect on your wellbeing. This might include things like music therapy, art therapy, pet therapy, yoga, meditation, and gardening.

Activities like this will provide a focus and sense of wellness while you are recovering at rehab.

6. Group therapy

Group therapy is a big part of the rehab schedule. Going through recovery can be tough, and discussing these challenges with a group of others who understand can be a big help.

You will also find that you can learn a great deal from the experiences of others in the group. These sessions will usually be chaired by a professional, or by a more experienced member of the group.

7. Individual therapy

If you want to stay sober for the long term, it is very important to get to the bottom of your personal issues, and rehab is a great environment in which to do that.

You can explore your issues including traumas and triggers, with a highly qualified mental health professional. This will be a long process, and possibly painful at times, but you will likely feel much better for having done it.

8. Family therapy

Addiction doesn’t just affect the addicted person – it can have a monumental impact on everyone around them. This is why it is useful in some cases to involve family members and loved ones in your rehab therapy, in order to repair these relationships.

We understand that not everyone wants a relationship with their family, so please be assured that this will only be arranged if you consent to it and if it is appropriate for your overall recovery plan.

9. Co-dependency treatment

Being in addiction can cause toxic relationships to develop, a lot of which are rooted in co-dependency and/or trauma bonding.

If this is the case in one or more of your relationships, it is important to explore these issues with an addiction counsellor and to figure out why you are seeking these kinds of relationships with others.

10. Twelve-Step principles

The 12-step programme is the foundation of Alcoholics Anonymous, as well as similar organisations like Narcotics Anonymous. It has an emphasis on spiritual healing and sets out 12 guiding principles to achieve recovery.

While this approach works for many, some prefer a more clinical and evidence-based approach. There are drug and alcohol rehab clinics for both approaches, and we can advise you as to which might be most suitable for you.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

The importance of dual diagnosis at rehab

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There is a whole range of different psychiatric and psychological disorders that often go together with addiction.

Sadly, a lot of the time these issues go undiagnosed for a long period of time, which means that people aren’t getting the help that they need.

This could include conditions like depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder, all of which can exacerbate the condition of someone living with drug or alcohol addiction.

At drug & alcohol rehab in Newcastle, the mental health team will be able to identify any such mental health issues and treat them in an appropriate way.

As well as therapy and education, this could involve the use of medications, such as antipsychotics or antidepressants.

Treating these conditions will mean that they are less likely to worsen your addiction in the future, as you will be in a place where you are able to manage your symptoms.

Relapse prevention planning at rehab

Relapse prevention planning is one of the last things that you will need to do while you are still at the rehab clinic.

The idea of this exercise is to identify ways in which you can maximise your chances of long-term recovery once you leave the facility.

This might involve things like reassessing your social groups, to ensure that you minimise contact with anyone who is still using drugs or alcohol.

It may also involve going to regular group meetings that deal with addiction, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.

Although attending these groups is not mandatory and no one can make you do it, they provide a great source of help for many people as they navigate their own recovery.

This can be particularly difficult in the early days, which is why it is important to plan out your first year in recovery as much as possible.

In that spirit, Rehab 4 Addiction clinics will also provide patients with a year’s worth of aftercare services at no extra cost.

This means that you can go back to the clinic for catch-up meetings with staff and others in recovery.

Many people find great comfort in these sessions and having this option open to them during their first year out. These sessions will usually take place at weekends.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Alternatives to going to rehab

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Some people may not be able to go to rehab at the moment. There can be any number of reasons for this – it may be that they cannot afford it, or think that they cannot spare the time, or something else.

Even if you can’t go to rehab right now, there are still several things that you can do to manage your addiction. Here are some suggestions that are cheaper or free:

1. Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are both programmes that are based on the 12-step principle. They have meetings regularly in most areas across the UK.

These meetings provide a safe space for people to come together in a group and share their experiences and struggles with addiction.

These sessions are accessible for free, although some may ask for a donation at the end of the session. Check your favourite search engine to find an AA or NA meeting in your area.

2. SMART Recovery Services

SMART, which stands for self-management and recovery training, is a not-for-profit organisation that provides free information and services for those who are looking to recover from addiction.

Their approach to treatment is clinical and evidence-based, often using methods such as cognitive behavioural therapy. Unlike AA and NA, they do not use the concept of a ‘higher power’.

3. Home detox

As detailed in one of the sections above, a guided home detox, with appropriate medication, is a much more affordable option for those who cannot afford to detox at rehab.

However, you will not have the same safety or peace of mind as you would at rehab, and this is only a suitable option if you are drinking less than 30 units per day. You will also need to be in a stable home environment.

Outpatient treatment via a local Drug & Alcohol team in Newcastle

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If you cannot afford to go to private rehab at the moment, it is likely that you will be able to access some kind of outpatient treatment through NHS services.

The type of treatment on offer will differ depending on your location and other factors.

If you want to access addiction services, please visit your GP, who will be happy to provide you with detailed advice about the services available.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

How long does rehab last?

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This totally depends on your own personal needs, and what treatment package you opt for. If you were to just go through detox, whether at home or in the clinic, this would take between 7 and 10 days to complete.

However, the full course of rehab treatment, in which you receive multiple therapies and treatments after finishing the detox, is 28 days. It could be slightly longer, depending on factors such as your detox taking longer than usual.

We recommend the full course of 28 days, as going through therapy will give you the best chance of not having to detox again in future.

We realise that a month is a long time to take out of your regular life, but try to think of that investment of time vs. what you could achieve through treatment.

If going through a month of treatment results in the rest of your life in sobriety and recovery, then it certainly seems like a worthwhile investment.

We are happy to provide advice on putting practical arrangements in place while you are away, such as arranging childcare or finding cover at work.

These things can be challenging, but there is always a solution. It is time to put your own well-being first.

Contact us for drug and alcohol rehab in Newcastle

If you’re ready to take the first step to overcome addiction, why not get in touch?

We’re only a phone call away and are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about our drug and alcohol rehabilitation services in Newcastle.

Request our brochure today to take a closer look.

To book into a Newcastle-based drug or alcohol rehab, call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Tyne and Wear, including Newcastle, Sunderland, South Shields, and Gateshead.

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