At the Town Council meeting held 19th September, Members agreed to introduce an Honorary Freedom Policy to recognise members of the community who show outstanding commitment and contribution to Newbiggin by the Sea over a long period of time. The policy is available to view under ‘Policies & Documents’.
Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service is supporting Home Safety Week, running from 1 – 7 October, and encouraging residents to ensure they and their loved ones have a Safe Home. With over 34,000 accidental dwelling fires in the UK between 2016-17, it is important that you ensure you have working smoke alarms within your house. […]
Northumberland County Council has issued a consultation with regard to reducing the level of council tax support for working age claimants in Northumberland. The consultation is featured on the Council’s website and runs from 24 September to 2 November. The link to the consultation is as follows: https://form.northumberland.gov.uk/form/auto/ctax_consultation
The Secretary of State has approved the report submitted by Natural England in March 2017 regarding the implementation of the England Coastal Path from South Bents to Amble. It is envisaged that the necessary works will be complete in 2018 which is welcome news for the residents of Newbiggin and should see more visitors coming […]
5 volunteers attended the Town Council organised litter pick on Sunday 19th August and we collected 9 bags of litter from Woodhorn Village and into Newbiggin as far as Woodhorn Farm estate. A lot of the litter appeared to be fast food packaging, can and bottles. It’s looks so much nicer now and the rain held […]
Newbiggin bay is the only beach in Northumberland to be entered into a competition to help clean up beaches after the summer. Fairy, Head & Shoulders and Tesco stores are partnering with Keep Britain Tidy, and inviting you to vote for your favourite beaches to be one of nine clean ups across the UK. Vote […]
For the first time in their 85-year history, Newbiggin Bowls Club have qualified to compete in the National Bowls Championship held in Leamington Spa from 23rd August. Geoff Thompson, Secretary of the Club, applied to the Town Council Grants Committee for help with funding the competition costs that will see 4 of their Members representing […]
Mayor Malcolm Peden visited two community groups of behalf of Newbiggin by the Sea Town Council last week and presented them with cheques following successful small grant applications. The first presentation was to Newbiggin Double M Line Dancing. Mrs. Margaret Cape, the organiser of the group had applied to the Town Council Grants Committee for […]