Newtonhill is a popular coastal village 9 miles south of Aberdeen. Quick and easy access to the dual carriageway provides access to the South and North of the village, Aberdeen is within a short commuting distance. With a strong community spirit the village caters for the every day needs and a new purpose built primary school offers excellent educational facilities. There is a Tesco grocery store on hand while the larger towns of both Portlethen and Stonehaven offer a wider selection of social, recreational and secondary educational facilities.


Newtonhill Primary School serves the town and surrounding hamlets of Muchalls and Cammachmore.

Newtonhill is also served by Portlethen academy


Newtonhill has a successful Boys' Brigade chess team which has won the Scottish tournament many times and have won the British grand finals the most out of all British teams. There is an active community spirit in Newtonhill and many events are organised through the Newtonhill and District Village Association, with wider planning issues being discussed by the Community Council. There are three commercial outlets; A Tesco Metro Store, a coffee shop - Skateraw Store and a pharmacy, which also hosts a weekly post office. There are two pubs in the town, Quoiters and The Newton Arms. A community hall was built in 1986. Due to a demand for more space, it was expanded and renamed the Bettridge Centre in 2003. The Centre is run by elected local residents. Beside this centre is Newtonhill Library. There is also the Skateraw Hall, originally provided for the residents when Newtonhill was a fishing village. Newtonhill today is accessed by the A92 road and functions primarily as a commuter town to Aberdeen and other business hubs in the area. The town is also well served by buses run by Stagecoach Group providing regular services to Aberdeen, Stonehaven and Montrose. There are proposals to reopen Newtonhill railway station, on the main line to Aberdeen, which closed in 1956. On 14 December 2015 the "park and choose" was opened to the west of the A92. It is served by the X7 Coastrider service. The facility, which also serves the nearby village of Chapelton, allowed two bus stops at the side of the A92 to be removed.

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