March 2017

March 2017

New bus service for Morpeth

31 Mar 2017
Northumberland County Council have worked in partnership with PCL Travel to deliver a new Morpeth Town ‘T1’ bus service, which will begin on Monday 3rd April.

Blyth teenagers given help with Life Skills

30 Mar 2017
A group of teenagers in Blyth are being offered an opportunity to develop personal life skills through a joint project between Northumberland County Council and the British Army.

Local elections - Don’t lose your vote

22 Mar 2017
Northumberland County Council and local Parish and Town Council elections are due to take place on Thursday 4th May. In order to vote in these elections you must be registered on the electoral roll.

Berwick residents back council leisure plans

20 Mar 2017
Hundreds of residents are having their say on initial plans for a new Berwick Leisure Centre - with a preference for the new building to be built on the current site.

Fresh school meals are just a click away

20 Mar 2017
An initiative that enables parents to pre-order their child’s school meals on-line has been introduced into two schools in Northumberland and is already proving a big hit with both parents and pupils.

Revitalisation project underway at Blyth Market

20 Mar 2017
Blyth Town Council and Northumberland County Council have joined forces in a unique project to revitalise the town’s market - bringing more traders with quality goods on offer for shoppers and visitors.

Councillors hit back at CCG funding slur

17 Mar 2017
Northumberland County Council has hit back furiously at accusations made by Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan that the council could take control of the finances of the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and drive the funds to the south east of the county.

Lionheart gets ready to roar

16 Mar 2017
A flagship community fire station and expanded council depot on the outskirts of Alnwick is almost complete.

Cold call leads to cash withdrawal

16 Mar 2017
The public are being urged to hang up on cold callers after a resident had thousands of pounds stolen from his bank account.