26 Feb 2021
More businesses in Northumberland are set to be supported by a new grant aimed at helping them deal with the impacts of Covid-19.
Changes to car parks are coming into force as the multi-million pound scheme to transform leisure provision in Morpeth gathers pace.
25 Feb 2021
A budget aimed at boosting the county’s economy over the coming years has been agreed at Full Council.
Berwick’s history will now be available to be viewed online thanks to a project funded by The National Archives.
The County Council has welcomed funding to help restore a historic Seaton Delaval park.
23 Feb 2021
The council is working with business leaders, landowners, town and parish councils, the police and tourism groups to prepare for an influx of visitors to the county’s coastline over the coming months.
Three of Northumberland’s headteachers have been awarded the ‘Valued Workers Scheme’ accreditation for good working practice.
Work which has helped to rejuvenate Eastwoods Park in Prudhoe has been recognised on a national stage, in the recent Keep Britain Tidy Network awards.
Two grant schemes which are supporting Northumberland businesses through the coronavirus pandemic are closing for applications this Sunday.
22 Feb 2021
A grant of £100,000 has been formally accepted from Natural England to start work on the latest phase of the England Coast Path between Amble and Bamburgh.
The region's leaders have welcomed the cautious approach to the easing of lockdown in England.
20 Feb 2021
Car park and footpaths on low lying land in the Coquet valley, between Rothbury and Thropton, are being closed today as a public safety precaution.
19 Feb 2021
The council has warmly welcomed the news that the team behind Ad Gefrin have received the final go ahead for their bespoke whisky distillery development in North Northumberland.
Work is now complete on Berwick’s first ever full size 3G artificial grass pitch which will provide high quality football facilities for young people and adults in the town, right throughout the year.
18 Feb 2021
Households across Northumberland will be asked to take part in Census 2021 in March.
Northumberland Libraries has received funding from The Reading Agency to help tackle loneliness and promote wellbeing.
15 Feb 2021
The region's leaders have welcomed news that 15m people have now received their first Covid vaccine.
Praise for all involved with Covid-19 vaccine rollout in Northumberland
To mark National Empty Homes Week (15 - 21 February), Northumberland County Council is highlighting the work that it taking place to address the problem of empty properties in the county and is appealing to anyone who owns or knows of a long term empty property to get in touch.
12 Feb 2021
Northumberland County Council is encouraging voters to register for postal voting after the Government confirmed elections will go ahead on May 6.
11 Feb 2021
The next stage of works to tackle the historic pollution at Lynemouth beach are getting underway.
10 Feb 2021
Northumberland businesses are encouraged to take part in a government funded recruitment opportunity known as the Kickstart Scheme.
An ambitious plan to bring the county out of the coronavirus pandemic in a stronger position has been unveiled by the council.
County Councillors have formally approved their Climate Change Action Plan for the next two years – laying out detailed plans to reduce Northumberland’s emissions to net-zero by 2030.
Key workers in Northumberland are being invited to book themselves free Covid tests and play their part in helping to reduce the spread of the virus in the county.
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