Following requests from residents we have replaced the bus shelter on Woodhorn Road in front of the Sports Centre – the old bus shelter was demolished after being struck by a vehicle in the winter. The new bus shelter includes perforated steel panels to ensure visibility while reducing the potential for vandalism.
A call has gone out for Northumberland and North Tyneside residents to play a key role in the area’s healthcare, at a time when the NHS has never been more central to our lives. They have a number of vacancies for the Council of Governors, which is a crucial element of being a foundation trust […]
We are able to once again offer the free Half Term holiday programme to the young people of Newbiggin by the Sea. The activities are subsidised by the Town Council and are provided by Northumberland County Council Sports Development in a new partnership with AFC Newbiggin Juniors. Activities held at Newbiggin Sports and Community Centre […]
Wet wipes are the biggest causes of blockages and sewer flooding, and we really need your help. You can make a massive difference by making one easy change: Bin the Wipe. Many wipes are made from plastic, which means they don’t break down in water like toilet roll. Our toilets and sewer pipes are not designed for wipes. Even if […]
Restoration works has now commenced as planned to the Colliery War Memorial to preserve and enhance this important piece of Newbiggin history for the appreciation of future generations. The work is being undertaken by Bart Endean Memorials of Blyth and includes the re-pointing, grafting of piece of stone to broken seat and cleansing as using […]
Today, on the fourth day after the elections, in accordance with the Local Government Act 1972, s 16 (3), Cllr Michael Boon, Cllr Lynn Burns, Cllr Mavis Cholerton, Cllr Malcolm Peden, and Cllr Alan Thompson, retire from their seats on Newbiggin by the Sea Town Council. Michael, Mavis, Malcolm and Alan have served on the [...]
A partial seasonal dog ban on Newbiggin Bay came back into effect on May 1. In 2011 Northumberland County Council first put in place an exclusion order on dogs accessing parts of beaches at Newbiggin (and Blyth) over the summer months. Dogs are also not allowed in any enclosed children’s play areas all year round. […]