Our town centre office is located at 76 Front Street. The office will be open to the public between 11:00 am and noon Monday to Friday.
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
The road closure has been requested by Northumberland County Council for Structural patching The order is from 20/05/2021 to 20/10/2021. The road is expected to be closed on 20/05/2021 between 09:00 and 15:00 There will be personnel on site to deal with any arising issues . Access will remain for Emergency vehicles and local residents […]
The Town Council obtained planning permission to restore the Colliery War Memorial in December 2019 and the restoration works are programmed to take place in May this year ahead of the Centenary of the Memorial in July. The Town Council are working in partnership with Newbiggin Veterans Association and the local church to plan a […]
Working with Northumberland County Council we have arranged for the overflow car park between Woodlea and East Lea to be opened for this Easter weekend. As the weather has improved and with government restrictions easing, we have seen an increase in the numbers of vehicles in Newbiggin over the last few weekends with the town […]
The Town Council newsletter is with the distribution company to be delivered to every house in the Newbiggin Parish (Newbiggin and Woodhorn) this week. An electronic copy is also available to download on the following link: Newsletter March 2021