Archive for the ‘Community’ Category

23rd January 2020

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: Community, Local News

The Town Council annually support Community Action Northumberland (CAN) with a donation so that they can continue to support groups within our community. CAN provide activities and offer services to many communities across Northumberland. They provide bespoke advice support and training to village hall/community building committees across the County on matters such as governance, funding, […]

20th January 2020

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: Community, Local News

Newbiggin Litter Pickers, a voluntary community group, have rolled out an ‘Adopt a Street’ scheme in Newbiggin by the Sea. To date 13 residents have adopted their local streets with more expressing an interest to join up. The residents are committing to litter picking their own streets a minimum of 6 times per year or […]

17th January 2020

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: Community, Local News

The Library Service has embarked on a public consultation with the residents of Northumberland to help decide the future of library services provided by Northumberland County Council. This covers both branch libraries and the mobile library service across the county as a whole. The Library Service needs to be redesigned to: ● clearly identify it’s […]

13th January 2020

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: Community

A Flood Alert has been issued by the Environment Agency. Flood Alert in force: Northumberland coast. Flooding is possible for: The North Sea from Berwick to St Mary’s Lighthouse. Be prepared. Waves are forecast to overtop sea defences with sea spray expected on the Northumberland coast between between 15:45 and 18:45 today, 13/01/2020. This is […]

9th January 2020

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: Community, Local News

Deputy Mayor Lynn Burns, a regular volunteer at Wansbeck Valley Food Bank,  presented the charity with a donation on behalf of the Town Council. Wansbeck Valley Food Bank was set up to prevent and/or relieve poverty or financial hardship by providing food parcels to those in need. Cllr Burns stated ‘the Food Bank is a […]

7th January 2020

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: Community, Local News

The Little Gem Arts and Crafts Gallery, a not-for-profit charity, were successful in obtaining grant support from the Town Council to the amount of £854.  The monies will be used to buy retail shelving to establish an arts supplies shop within the existing gallery. The charity is hopeful that by selling arts supplies to their […]

3rd January 2020

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Tags: Ashington Hirst Running Club

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Categories: Community, Local News

7th January (6:15 pm) is  ‘run with a club’ night at Ashington Hirst Running Club. It’s all free to attend.  They will have all their usual sessions/groups on this includes; run/walk, run groups, effort sessions and “technical tuesday”. The running club have about 20 coaches/run leaders on hand. The night includes warm up, the run […]

3rd January 2020

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: Community, Local News

Hundreds of competitors braved the chilly North Sea to enjoy the annual Newbiggin Boxing Day Dip despite poor weather conditions including strong winds and rough seas.  The large crowds estimated to exceed 1000 on the beach and over 200 hardy souls who braved the sea were up on last year’s count  thanks to this established tradition of Boxing […]

23rd December 2019

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: Community

The Town Council plan to replace the Front Street column banners in spring 2020. The original artwork for the existing banners could unfortunately not be obtained. The artwork features prominent structures and landscapes within Newbiggin (The Bay with Welcome signage, Café Bertorelli, Couple, RNLI boat, St. Bartholomew’s Church, Memorial Gates, Cobles, Golf and Children playing […]

23rd December 2019

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by: Newbiggin.TC

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Categories: Community, Local News

Newbiggin Town Council awarded Newbiggin by the Sea Genealogy Project with a large grant of £2792.11 towards the cost of key capital items required for the new Family History Centre located on Front Street. Hilton commented ‘Newbiggin Family History Centre is a unique place & our database of more than 35,000 ‘people who have ever […]

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