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Congratulations to Northumberland's A Level students.
Residents and visitors in Northumberland are being encouraged to seize the moment and reset their health, with an initial focus on healthy weight.
Join us at one of our online apprentice recruitment events this week to find out how you can kickstart your career or get a job through our apprenticeships scheme.
Active Northumberland swimming pools have reopened to the public this week ( Monday 3rd August) but swimmers must pre-book a time slot, before taking the plunge.
Pubs, cafes and restaurants wanting to move their chairs and tables outside can now apply to the council for permission through a special fast-track system.
The Council has launched a pioneering new initiative to help residents, schools and community groups help make Northumberland greener by planting free trees.
A nation-wide search will be launched for a dynamic leader to take tourism in Northumberland into the future.
Dog owners are being urged to keep a look out for wildlife when walking their pets and place them on a lead or recall them if they encounter it.
The popular Northumberland Homefinder service that is used to search and apply for a home is back up and running.
A dedicated support hub for Tourism and Hospitality businesses has been set up by Northumberland County Council.
A new coastal ranger service is set to safeguard important shorebirds along Northumberland's coastline.
Site investigations are beginning later this month as work progresses on tackling the historic pollution at Lynemouth.
A major funding bid which could unlock up to £40m investment to transform Blyth town centre has been submitted to government.
PE and Sport Premium made available to schools in the county.
Music has been a key focus for many young people across the county.
The team have reached out to over 370 young people during the past 18-weeks.
Temporary traffic changes are being introduced around Hexham’s Market Place to help safeguard the public and support the recovery of the town centre after the easing of lockdown.
Recognising the importance of play in children’s everyday lives.
The government’s Broadband Upgrade Fund campaign has launched in Northumberland to help businesses, employees and countryside communities take advantage of all the benefits associated with faster and more reliable internet connections.
Support will continue through the summer.
Families are heading to Newbiggin-by-the-sea to be taken on a journey of magic and mystery.
Works to improve parking and roads in Ponteland town centre are almost complete.
A new support programme is launching to help businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic to recover and restart.
Paying for parking in the county has just become easier with the introduction of pay by phone parking.
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