I can see the conservative vote remaining static here in the next general election, despite Guy Opperman's popularity.
The increase in 2015 was large and I don't think there's many more people likely to switch to us who hadn't already done so in 2015. We might squeeze UKIP a bit but the Lib Dems are likely to recover in some parts of the constituency. There's a large contingent of small-c conservative voters, and probably a reasonable number who voted Remain as well.
Labour will decrease a little bit but by a few percent at most, due to their strength in Prudhoe and having enough voters in Haltwhilstle and Hexham Central & Acomb.
Lib Dems and UKIP will almost certainly switch places, Lib Dems could certainly double their vote from last time quite easily, and they have a (small) chance of second place.
A conservative who has always lived in labour areas.