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Grass pollen count near me

Trees pollen count near me

Weeds pollen count near me

272

Poaceae

272

Oak

272

Pine

272

Birch

272

Alder

272

Poplar

272

Cypress

272

Elm

272

Hazel

272

Plane

272

Nettle

5

Chenopod

0

Mugwort

0

Ragweed

0

Other

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Understanding the what, why and when of hay fever is key, so here's the low-down

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What's the Pollen Count in Newcastle Today?

Simply enter your postcode above to discover the pollen count in Newcastle. Find out which pollen is around and whether your hay fever will be triggered.

Pollen Forecast for Newcastle

Use Your Pollen Pal to keep an eye on the pollen levels in Newcastle over the coming days. Whether you’re heading for a picnic on The Town Moor or taking a stroll around Saltwell Park, the pollen tracker can help you be prepared every time.

Pollen Hotspots in Newcastle

Newcastle is home to some lovely parks and green spaces, which, while they are peaceful and serene to spend summer days in, can play havoc with hay fever symptoms. The Town Moor Park spans around 1,000 acres (larger than Hyde Park and Hampstead Heath combined). It’s predominantly grass and trees, so this should only be an issue for those who have a grass or tree pollen allergy (March to May). Jesmond Dene Park is set in suburban Newcastle and is a tranquil woodland haven.

 
 
Graph shows mean pollen grains per metre cube in Newcastle

The most common offenders when it comes to hay fever triggers are:

  • Trees
  • Grass
  • Weeds

If you’re unsure about what pollen is the cause of the hay fever symptoms, use our Pollen Calendar to discover the different triggers and when they’re active.

Hay Fever Friendly Activities in Newcastle

Spring and summer are the months that see the highest pollen levels. So if the pollen count in Newcastle is looking as high as Tyne Bridge, there are some places you can visit to enjoy a hay fever-free activity. These can be a mixture of places that avoid the tiggers, such as visiting a beach rather than a forest, or choosing only indoor activities. Whatever you decide, there’s plenty to explore in Newcastle.

 
Graph shows pollen grains per metre cube by month for each main type in Newcastle 

Museums

Head to one of Newcastle’s museums to explore and learn something new (and stay far away from any pollen hanging around). Here are some of the best:

  1. The Discovery Museum
  2. Laing Art Gallery
  3. Great North Museum: Hancock

Culture & History

From learning where the city got its name to diving deep underground, there’s many ways to soak up culture and history if you’re looking to keep your hay fever symptoms at bay.

  1. Victoria tunnel
  2. Theatre Royal
  3. Newcastle Castle

Family Fun

Newcastle is packed with fun attractions to keep the whole family busy. These entertaining attractions will help you avoid the pollen levels too.

  1. Life Science Centre
  2. Seven Stories
  3. Mr Mulligan’s Newcastle

 

Kimberly-Clark is not affiliated with any of the places or activities recommended on this site.

Hay Fever Symptoms and Signs

Hay fever symptoms can be annoying when they show up. A runny nose could spoil your rare day in the sun, while trying to master spreadsheets through watery eyes can be tough. Knowing the signs to look for can help you manage these pesky symptoms better.

Read More

The Pollen Calendar

The UK pollen calendar isn’t a short one, sadly. It kicks off as early as January, and continues through spring and summer well into autumn. September marks the end of the pollen highs, but that doesn’t mean there will be no pollen in winter.

Read More

Types of Pollen

With over 10 million people suffering from hay fever in England, it pays to be a pollen connoisseur. Yet, few people know which pollen type they’re allergic to. You might know you’ve got a tree pollen allergy, but are you sure which tree type you should be avoiding and when?

Read More

Hay Fever Symptoms and Signs

Hay fever symptoms can be annoying when they show up. A runny nose could spoil your rare day in the sun, while trying to master spreadsheets through watery eyes can be tough. Knowing the signs to look for can help you manage these pesky symptoms better.

Read More

The Pollen Calendar

The UK pollen calendar isn’t a short one, sadly. It kicks off as early as January, and continues through spring and summer well into autumn. September marks the end of the pollen highs, but that doesn’t mean there will be no pollen in winter.

Read More

Types of Pollen

With over 10 million people suffering from hay fever in England, it pays to be a pollen connoisseur. Yet, few people know which pollen type they’re allergic to. You might know you’ve got a tree pollen allergy, but are you sure which tree type you should be avoiding and when?

Read More

Types of Pollen

With over 10 million people suffering from hay fever in England, it pays to be a pollen connoisseur. Yet, few people know which pollen type they’re allergic to. You might know you’ve got a tree pollen allergy, but are you sure which tree type you should be avoiding and when?

Read More

The Pollen Calendar

The UK pollen calendar isn’t a short one, sadly. It kicks off as early as January, and continues through spring and summer well into autumn. September marks the end of the pollen highs, but that doesn’t mean there will be no pollen in winter.

Read More

Hay Fever Symptoms and Signs

Hay fever symptoms can be annoying when they show up. A runny nose could spoil your rare day in the sun, while trying to master spreadsheets through watery eyes can be tough. Knowing the signs to look for can help you manage these pesky symptoms better.

Read More

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