29 Apr 2022
Councillors will meet next month to discuss the next steps in plans for a £25.5m investment in schools in the Coquet Partnership.
Beach users are being asked to play their part in keeping birds safe this nesting season.
28 Apr 2022
Pupils at Stannington First School received an adrenaline-fuelled treat in recognition of their commitment to walk, cycle or scoot to school.
Unemployment in Northumberland is now at its lowest level since the start of the covid pandemic – new figures show.
27 Apr 2022
Virtual School Headteachers will be using their experience to accelerate learning, manage behaviour, improve wellbeing and prioritise school attendance.
26 Apr 2022
The council has unveiled its new fleet of cleaner and greener road cleaning machines.
Northumberland County Council’s Cabinet has approved the next steps in ambitious plans for new school buildings that will transform education facilities for generations of young people in Seaton Delaval.
Girlguides, Brownies and Rainbows from Berwick have been planting bulbs to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this year.
25 Apr 2022
An Ashington man and woman who fly-tipped waste close to their homes have been brought to justice following investigations by the Environmental Enforcement Team at Northumberland County Council.
22 Apr 2022
NFRS have been recognised by HMICFRS for fully discharging all recommendations made within the Cause of Concern raised in a report published in 2021.
20 Apr 2022
The vast majority of parents and carers in Northumberland have gained their top choice of first or primary school on National Offer Day.
19 Apr 2022
A public consultation is getting underway on options for the closure of a level crossing on the Northumberland Line rail route.
A fly tipper who dumped rubbish in Northumberland has been brought to justice following an investigation by environmental enforcement officers at Northumberland County Council.
Active Northumberland, the county’s leading leisure provider, is launching an exciting new apprenticeship programme with a range of positions available across its nine major Sports and Leisure Centres.
14 Apr 2022
The new High Sheriff of Northumberland, Colonel James Royds, has been installed in an ancient ceremony at Hexham Abbey.
Fully refurbished public toilets at Holy Island are now open ahead the Bank Holiday weekend.
The council is again working with business leaders, landowners, town and parish councils, the police and tourism groups as it prepares for another busy summer at the county’s coastline.
Councillors have stepped in to support a fleet of coaches travelling to Ukraine to deliver much needed supplies.
13 Apr 2022
The library in Bedlington Station has moved across the road to brighter, more modern premises.
Despite the excellent progress being made at Union Chain Bridge, current forecasts for the bridge reopening have now been extended into the summer of 2022.
The county’s latest caravan and camping site at Druridge Bay Country Park is opening for business.
12 Apr 2022
The public will be invited to have their say on plans for a new route for the Blyth Relief Road.
A public consultation is set to get underway on the future model of schools in Berwick after the Council’s Cabinet approved the next step in its major investment in the county’s education provision.
Northumberland is set to benefit from a share of multi-million-pound funding to transform its children’s centres into Family Hubs that give young people of all ages the best start in life.
11 Apr 2022
More than 300 chocolate Easter eggs have been generously donated to help Blyth families in need.