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28th February 2019

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: General News

A189 Spine Road Kitty Brewster Bridge To Woodhorn Round A189 Blyth Northumberland County Council have requested a temporary speed restriction from 70 to 40 mph on the southbound carriageway on grounds of public safety whilst undertaking civils/crash barrier repairs. The EMG notice will be valid from 04/03/2019 for 21 days. It is expected that the restriction […]

27th February 2019

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: General News

On Saturday we loaned our litter picking equipment to Ellington Eagles U10’s who were doing a sponsored litter pick of the bay to raise funds for club development. The energetic youngsters (with parents) even ran the 5K Parkrun course before their litter pick! They collected 8 bags of litter and dug up and removed a […]

21st February 2019

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Tags: Healthwatch Northumberland

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Categories: General News

In February and March, Healthwatch Northumberland conducts its annual survey asking the people of Northumberland their views on all aspects of health and social care.  This gives them valuable information about where to focus their work.  They also share this information in their annual report so that service providers can reflect, gain an insight into […]

15th February 2019

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: General News

At a meeting of the Town Council, held Thursday 14th February, Members agreed to cancel the project to refurbish the Public Conveniences near the Cresswell Arms. The decision was made in light of new information that had been received and increased revenue costs that had not been budgeted for.  

7th February 2019

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: General News

As provided within legislation, six electors of the parish have called a Parish Meeting to take place on the evening of Monday 18th February 2019. The official notice of meeting is displayed within the noticeboard at the Quay Wall Piazza.  

1st February 2019

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: General News

Gifted by the Sea has officially arrived and opened its doors with Malcolm Peden, Mayor of Newbiggin by the Sea, officially cutting the ribbon. The shop at 96 Front Street (formerly Kit & Caboodle) is now under the proprietorship of local ladies Jane Griffith and Fiona Rowley. The Mayor congratulated the ladies and wished them […]

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