Refill Water Scheme

Refill not only makes refilling a reusable water bottle easy, but it saves you money too. Through the campaign we aim to stop millions of single-use plastic bottles at source each year, preventing plastic pollution from entering our rivers and sea.

Every time someone refills a bottle rather than throwing a plastic one away, we are reducing the amount of plastic that reaches the ocean.

We at the council want to help spread the message about encouring people to reduce single use plastic by refilling your water bottle. June 19th is National Refill Day why not join in and help save the planet.

Where can I refill my water bottle

The following council buildings offers you drinking water where you can refill your water bottle

  • Walkergate, Berwick
  • McDonald House, Berwick
  • Lionheart Depot, Alnwick
  • County Hall, Morpeth 
  • Eddie Ferguson House, Blyth,
  • Compass House, Blyth
  • Civic Centre, Blyth
  • Wansbeck Square, Ashington
  • Northumbria House, Cramlington
  • Queens Hall, Hexham 
  • Woodhorm Museum
At the following Active Northumberland Sites
  • Ashington Leisure Centre
  • Blyth Sports Centre
  • Concordia Leisure Centre, Cramlington
  • Druridge Bay Fitness Centre
  • Hirst Welfare Centre, Ashington
  • Morpeth Riverside Leisure Centre
  • Newbiggin Sports and Community Centre
  • Northburn Sports and Community Centre, Cramlington
  • Ponteland Leisure Centre
  • Prudhoe School Sites
  • Prudhoe Waterworld
  • Rothbury Pool and Gym
  • Sporting Club Bedlington
  • Sporting Club Cramlington
  • Swan Centre Berwick
  • The Pegasus Centre
  • Wentworth Leisure Centre, Hexham
  • Willowburn Sports and Leisure Centre, Alnwick

We've declared a climate emergency in the county.

We're committed to going carbon neutral and leading by example.

Read our statement of intent here >> http://bit.ly/2wJKDTa