Newcastle Trinity is our second office location based in Newcastle and is home to our private wealth team.
The office has been recognised with an 'approach that is unmatched in the region' by Legal 500.
Alongside its sister office in the city, it is committed to bringing richer prospects to the North East by advising local businesses on domestic and global matters across eleven sectors as well as facilitating trade missions and sharing of best practice on either side of the Atlantic.
Please note: our office complies with the government's guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19 and all employees will go through a risk assessment whilst working through the pandemic.
All of our offices across the country are committed to making a positive difference to our communities. In Newcastle we work with Anxious Minds, Smile For Life and Newcastle West End Foodbank. We are currently supporting Smile for Life through a team of runners in the Great North Run and are looking forward to cheering them on! We will be carrying out food donation collections for the food bank, alongside donations of children's books which are particularly important.
Each year we take part in the Newcastle Legal Walk run by the North East Legal Support Trust, raising money to provide free legal advice.
The offices for our Newcastle law firm are accessible by train, plane, taxi and car so, if you’re looking to make an appointment to meet with our team, there are plenty of convenient ways to reach us. Simply follow the directions below relating to your method of transport and we’ll look forward to welcoming you.
- By car: Visitors from outside the city centre are likely to approach Newcastle via the A1 Western Bypass, routes into the city centre are well sign posted. There are payable parking spaces at the Quayside car park directly opposite Trinity Gardens. However, if long term visitors wish to park free, they may use the St. Ann’s car park on Sandgate. Please present your St. Ann’s car park entry ticket to our receptionist who will provide you with an exit pass. It will take less than 10 minutes to walk from St. Ann’s to Trinity Gardens
- By train: Newcastle Central Station is on the East Coast main line, with trains leaving for London and Edinburgh at intervals of between 30 and 60 minutes. Our offices are a three minute taxi journey away from the station, or a 20 minute walk. The main pedestrian access to the Quayside from the centre of the city is via Grey Street, or Pilgrim Street and the Swan House underpass. It takes about 20 minutes to walk from Monument
- By air: Newcastle International Airport is approximately 25 minutes away by taxi. The airport is also accessible by Metro. Manors is our local station.
It is important to use that our offices remain completely accessible to all of our clients so, if you have any queries or concerns about your visit, please don’t hesitate to contact us on +44 (0)345 415 0000 and our team will be happy to help you.