02 Dec 2022
The council has welcomed progress on a flagship college for the county.
01 Dec 2022
Firefighters are continuing to deal with the aftermath of a large fire in Haltwhistle which broke out overnight.
Northumberland County Council is working with over 140 organisations to provide a warm welcome to those who need it this winter.
December 1 is World AIDS Day and health leads at Northumberland County Council are reminding residents that HIV and AIDS have not gone away.
A scheme is underway to improve the air flow and temperature at Concordia Leisure Centre thanks to a £500k investment from Northumberland County Council.
An inquiry report has been launched into the future of farming in Northumberland as part of the Council’s ambitious plans to drive the county towards carbon neutrality by 2030.
30 Nov 2022
Featuring over 1,000 candles in the Abbey, live performances of music, fire gardens, toasted marshmallows and much more, the free event takes place on Friday 2 December.
A free healthy eating programme has been launched for people looking to achieve lasting weight loss and wellbeing.
29 Nov 2022
A special event was held this week to celebrate the official re-opening of the Coach and Horses Public House in Hexham following a major refurbishment.
28 Nov 2022
Northumberland County Council has purchased two new houses in Longframlington which it will rent out at an affordable rent to local people in housing need.
25 Nov 2022
Bowes Street in Blyth town centre will re-open to vehicles on Saturday 26th November.
Northumberland County Council is calling on communities to unite as a team and end violence against women and girls.
A year after Northumberland was badly damaged by Storm Arwen, the leader of the council has reflected on lessons learned over the past 12 months.
24 Nov 2022
A food waste recycling trial is now underway in Northumberland – with thousands of homes taking part.
A charity calendar featuring dogs rescued in Northumberland is now for sale with all the proceeds going directly to two local animal charities.
22 Nov 2022
Alnwick residents turned out in force for an Alnwick Forum event which gave people the opportunity to find out information about a variety of plans, services and community initiatives across the town.
A new pattern of electoral divisions is being developed for Northumberland County Council.
Organisations in North Tyneside and Northumberland have committed to supporting their communities to live full and healthy lives through adopting a Healthy Weight Declaration – with this joint adoption being the first of its kind.
21 Nov 2022
Organisations across Northumberland are coming together this week to raise awareness of how everyone has a role to play in keeping people safe and free from abuse, harm and neglect.
Voluntary and community groups across the county that are in need of financial assistance are being invited to apply for funding from Northumberland County Council’s community chest scheme.
18 Nov 2022
Morpeth town centre’s newest free carpark is open for business – providing hundreds of new spaces for residents and visitors.
Two North East councils have joined forces with local authorities from across the UK during the World Cup with the aim of achieving just one goal – to recruit more foster carers for children and young people.
17 Nov 2022
Refurbished public toilets have opened at Alnwick to improve the services in one of the county’s main towns.
The Council’s Cabinet has approved proposals to reorganise schools in Amble into a two-tier system and create a new special educational needs hub to serve the wider Coquet community.
As part of the £70m regeneration of Blyth town centre, the County Council is holding its latest public consultation on the proposed plans for a brand new Culture Hub and improved Market Place.