We asked our readers for the best sandwich shops in Hexham and the Tyne Valley.

We rounded up six of their top recommendations.

Top Nosh, Hexham was one of our readers' favourites, including Zoe Keen, Karen McMillan, Kieran Teasdale, Kylie Blackburn and Zara McVay.

Lucy Bewley said: "They do a fantastic buffet too," and Kerry Dodds said: "Without a doubt Top Nosh! Amazingly tasty sandwiches and super service by Karen Robinson and her team. Recommend 100 per cent."

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Paul Robbie said Top Nosh 'makes your sarnie the way you want it'. "Tailored to your preference and always fresh ingredients. Lovely jubbly," he added.

Readers also recommended Corbridge Sandwich BarReaders also recommended Corbridge Sandwich Bar (Image: Unsplash)

Corbridge Sandwich Bar was another firm favourite with Danny Robson, Steven Christ, Jennifer Baker, Samantha Beavers and Michael Tulip.

Shanelle Hudson said the business makes a 'lush coronation chicken sandwich'.

Lorna White said: "Homemade sandwiches freshly made to order and absolutely delicious, also some extra treats for pudding."

 Margaret Wilkins said: "Fresh succulent food, so much choice hot or cold, cater for everyone even with dietary needs. Staff are amazing always happy and welcoming. Perfect stop for a breakfast, lunch or tea. Homemade cakes and bakes, a lovely family business. Best ever."

The Yellow Bird Café, Haltwhistle

Readers including Ed Corble voted for The Yellow Bird Café. "Best sandwiches in the country, not just the Tyne Valley," he said.

Gary Cannon added: "The Yellow Bird Café is on another level, never seen anything like it. An interesting menu and daily specials have had me coming back every day for over a year."

Sarah Nolan and Joanne Lowes recommended The Snack Bar, Haltwhistle.

One Facebook review said: "Great service today, food was amazing and fresh local produce. Best latte I’ve had for a while. Very friendly staff. I would definitely recommend a visit. Excellent all round."

The Queen's Hall Cafe, Hexham was recommended by Charlotte Hornby. She said: "The Queen's Hall Cafe do fantastic gluten-free sandwiches, as well as normal sandwiches too. As someone who has coeliac being able to go get a sandwich like everyone else is very difficult but not at Queen's Hall Cafe. There is so much choice and they are absolutely delicious."

Other recommendations included the Miners Lamp Cafe in Prudhoe and The Queen's Hall Cafe in HexhamOther recommendations included the Miners Lamp Cafe in Prudhoe and The Queen's Hall Cafe in Hexham (Image: Unsplash)

Hayley Dickinson voted for the Miners Lamp Cafe and Community Hub, Prudhoe.

"I love a little panini at Miners Lamp Cafe and Community Hub. A good variety of fillings and a good portion for the price. The breakfast baps are unreal too," she added.

Also mentioned were Food Envy in Haltwhistle, Tea on the Train in Bellingham and Cranstons in Hexham.