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Case Studies 2007 - 2013 (more info..)

The Northumberland Coast and Lowlands Local Action Group has met to consider and approve projects. A brief synopsis of some of these projects is shown below.

Application forms and guidance (more info..)

Learn more below about the latest grants.

Current applications and notices M - N (more info..)

Commons & dedicated highways landowner statements – section 15A(1) of Commons Act 2006 & section 31(6) of Highways Act 1980.

Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews (more info..)

From April 2022 the Northumberland Strategic Safeguarding Partnership (NSSP) integrated with the Northumberland Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB), which was formally a joint arrangement with North Tyneside SAB, to form: The Northumberland Children and Adults Safeguarding Partnership (NCASP)

Note 25. Noise Assessment (more info..)

The Planning Application Validation Checklist 2022 (below) is for use by applicants and agents when submitting planning and other related applications.

View closed e-petitions 2022 (more info..)

Northumberland County Council is committed to engaging with people, getting closer to communities and improving services. We welcome petitions so you can let us know your concerns or ideas.

Our services (more info..)

Northumberland’s Children’s Centres (previously known as Sure Start) are relaunching as Family Hubs on 26 September 2022.

Note 8. Application Plans (more info..)

The Planning Application Validation Checklist 2022 (below) is for use by applicants and agents when submitting planning and other related applications.

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Celebrating Northumberland’s Foster Carer Family (more info..)

11 August 2022

There were emotional reunions as Northumberland celebrated the county’s family of foster carers and the difference they make to the lives of children and young people every day.

Duchess presents British Empire Medals to dedicated residents  (more info..)

27 October 2021 Archived

Four Northumberland residents have been presented with British Empire Medals for their dedicated community and voluntary service.  

People in Northumberland are challenged to “Try Dry” in January (more info..)

23 December 2019 Archived

One in 10 drinkers plan to go alcohol-free for Dry January 2020. And almost four in five (78%) Brits say they drink more than they want or intend to, according to a new online poll for Dry January.

Discover something new during libraries week (more info..)

03 October 2018 Archived

Northumberland residents are being encouraged to discover more about their local library during Libraries Week which runs from October 8 to 13. Northumberland Libraries have put on a packed week of events to demonstrate just what libraries in the county can offer to our local communities.

Snowstorm brings out the best of Northumberland spirit (more info..)

06 March 2018 Archived

Over the past week there have been some truly herculean and heroic efforts by emergency services, Northumberland County Council’s workforce and members of the community as they battled together around the clock to keep people safe and the county moving wherever possible.

Build a career in care through new apprenticeship programme (more info..)

08 July 2019 Archived

A new and innovative apprenticeship programme has just been launched by Northumberland County Council.

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Captain Raggy Beard's Pirate School

Swashbuckling family fun for the school holidays!Ahoy maties! Join Captain Raggy Beard’s Pirate School at Woodhorn Museum this half-term. Enjoy the Captain’s tales of the high seas and learn fun pirate skills. Pirate themed fancy dress positively encouraged! 10.30 – 11am, 11.30-12noon, 12.30-1pm, 1.30-2pm, 2.30-3pm, 3.30-4pm. Discover Woodhorn's super new membership scheme - kids go free and adults pay just once for 12 months unlimited returns and no parking charge. Full details on the website. www.experiencewoodhorn.com...

Captain Raggy Beard's Pirate School

Swashbuckling family fun for the school holidays!Ahoy maties! Join Captain Raggy Beard’s Pirate School at Woodhorn Museum this half-term. Enjoy the Captain’s tales of the high seas and learn fun pirate skills. Pirate themed fancy dress positively encouraged! 10.30 – 11am, 11.30-12noon, 12.30-1pm, 1.30-2pm, 2.30-3pm, 3.30-4pm. Discover Woodhorn's super new membership scheme - kids go free and adults pay just once for 12 months unlimited returns and no parking charge. Full details on the website. www.experiencewoodhorn.com...

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Dr T 1M

CONSULTATION RESPONSE FORM VIEWS ON PROPOSED OPTIONS FOR THE ALNWICK PARTNERSHIP PART 1- ABOUT YOU Your name (Optional): Are you responding mainly as a (tick one box only): x Parent/carer: Governor: Staff Member: Pupil: If you ticked any o...

Final Minutes

NORTHUMBERLAND C OUNTY COUNCIL FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEE At a meeting of the Family and Children’s Services Overview and S crutiny Committee held in the C ommittee Room 1, County...

Final Minutes

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT AND RIGHTS OF WAY COMMITTEE At a meeting of the Planning and Environment and Rights of Way Committee held at Council Chamber, County Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 2EF on Tuesday, 2nd December, 2014 at 6.00 p.m. ...

Letter from Lord Nash

201 6/0058073P0JN Lord Nash Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the

System Buildings Sanctuary Great Smith Street Westminster London SW1P 3B1 tel: 0370 000 2288 wwweducation.gov.uk/help/contactus Councillor Robert Arckless Lead Member for Children’s Services Nort...

Stamfordham First School 14.4.16 (Governors) PH

STAMFORDHAM FIRST

- GOVERNOR CONSULTATION MEETING - NOTES 14 April 2016 – 3.45 pm NCC Officer Attendees: Andrew Johnson, Sue Aviston, Claire Brown, Pat Hughes. Governors: Claire McKinney – Headteacher, Victoria Naughton, John Gilbert, Rev Rachel Scheffer, L...

07 Enforcement and road safety at schools - Communities and Local Services Scrutiny - 25 11 15

F COMMITTEE: COMMUNITIES AND LOCAL SERVICES OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY DATE: 25 NOVEMBER 2015 TITLE OF REPORT: Road Safety at Schools, Progress Report Report of the Head of Technical Services Cabinet Member for Local Services: Councillor Ian Swithenbank Purpose of repor...

1. Agenda

Our Ref: AA Your Ref: Enquiries to: Andrea Todd Direct Line: (01670) 622606 E-mail: Andrea.Todd@northumberland.gov.uk Date: 7 January 2015 Dear Sir or Madam, Your attendance is requested at a meeting of the FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES OVERVIEW AND ...

08 Monitoring Report - FACS

G FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEE MONITORING REPORT 2013/2014 Ref Date Report Decision Outcome 1 7 June 2013 Proposals for part of the Haydon RESOLVED to recommend that the Policy Board The Policy Board agreed to Bridge Partnership agr...

03.1 Health Related Behaviour Survey 2015 Appendix 1

Young People in Northumberland A summary report of the Health-Related Behaviour Survey 2015 These results are the compilation This report presents statistical Collecting the figures of data collected from a sample of data with no additional Teachers were briefed on how to sec...

03 Forward Plan

A FORWARD PLAN OF KEY DECISIONS: SUMMARY SHEET 10 June 2013 ISSUE MEMBER CONTACT OFFICER CONTACT Proposals for part of the Children’s Services – Lorraine Fife – 01670 Haydon Bridge G.R. Arckless 01670 624050 Partnership This report will set out the outcomes of...

Aln Fed 7M

CONSULTATION RESPONSE FORM VIEWS ON PROPOSED OPTIONS FOR THE ALNWICK PARTNERSHIP PART 1- ABOUT YOU Your name (Optional): Are you responding mainly as a (tick one box only): x Parent/carer: Governor: Staff Member: Pupil: If you ticked any o...

Belsay First School Staff Consultation 260416 mins

Belsay First

- Staff Consultation Meeting - Notes th Tuesday 12 April 4:15pm NCC Officer Attendees: Andy Johnson, Sue Aviston, Angela Dyer, Lorraine Fife, Yasmin Aston Trade Union representatives present. MEETING NOTES Andy Johnson made introductions and expla...

Duchess High Consultation Response Form

CONSULTATION RESPONSE FORM VIEWS ON PROPOSED OPTIONS FOR THE ALNWICK PARTNERSHIP PART 1- ABOUT YOU Your name (Optional): Maurice Hall (Headteacher) Are you responding mainly as a (tick one box only): Parent/carer: Governing Body: Staff Member: Pu...

Seahses MS 2B

CONSULTATION RESPONSE FORM VIEWS ON PROPOSED OPTIONS FOR THE ALNWICK PARTNERSHIP PART 1- ABOUT YOU Your name (Optional): Are you responding mainly as a (tick one box only): Parent/carer: Governor: Staff Member: Pupil: If you ticked any of...

04 d0 - MTFP & Budget Policy Board report - final draft - 07.11.14

C POLICY BOARD 9 DECEMBER 2014 BUDGET 2015-17 Report of the Lead Executive Director Policy Board Member: Councillor Grant Davey, Leader Purpose of report To enable the Policy Board to make formal budget recommendations to the County Council for the next two fina...
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Libraries, Centres, Bus routes

5 February 2019 Archived

Reference: 5544
Not all questions will be applicable to all councils. Please note which questions are based on ownership and which questions are based on funding.LibrariesQ.1 Please list the librari...

Community Protection Notices

11 March 2019 Archived

Reference: 5755
Q.1 @ For the years 2016, 2017 and 2018, please may I have both:@@a) The number of Community Protection Notices (CPNs) issued,@@b) And the number of CPN warnings issued.A.1 2016:CPN ...

Private special and alternative provision

8 April 2019 Archived

Reference: 5904
Private SEND provision:Q.1 @ @ @ How much did the local authority spend on private (independent, non state-run) special educational provision for pupils in the following years: 2016-...

Procurement tender document request

26 March 2019 Archived

Reference: 5828
Q.1 @ Appeal for Corbridge Middle SchoolAs previously stated in our email dated 11th March 2019, we would like to confirm our intention to appeal the placement of the order for the r...

Council inspections of premises, businesses and animal welfare

9 April 2019 Archived

Reference: 5909
I wish to know of all councils whether or not you conduct any regular inspections of hunts in your area. Please answer the following specific questions:Q.1 @ @ As most hunts are now ...