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Thousands visit Northumberland's summer art and culture programme (more info..)

12 September 2018 Archived

Great Northumberland, a summer of free events across the county, finished on Saturday 1 September with a parade through the England’s most northerly town, Berwick-upon-Tweed followed by a concert which celebrated all facets of Northumberland, from the coast, to the hinterland, the people and the spirit.

Action plan to improve Morpeth town centre parking (more info..)

29 May 2018 Archived

An action plan has been developed to improve car parking in Morpeth town centre.

Berwick sculpture trail unveiled (more info..)

23 April 2018 Archived

Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP has officially launched a wooden sculpture trail in Berwick’s Parks.

Celebrating inspirational Northumberland and North East women (more info..)

08 March 2018 Archived

Inspirational and inspired women, and men, from across the North East have been telling us their stories.

Teams working round the clock to tackle severe weather (more info..)

28 February 2018 Archived

Council teams continue to work around the clock to keep the county moving, as severe winter weather continues to cause disruption.

Otterburn racing yard celebrates expansion following European grant funding (more info..)

16 January 2018 Archived

A farm diversification based at Otterburn, Northumberland it is celebrating its successful expansion with the support of a grant from a European rural funding scheme.

Community events celebrate arrival of the Tour (more info..)

31 August 2017 Archived

A fantastic range of free events and activities will be taking place in communities along the route of the Ovo Energy Tour of Britain cycle race to celebrate its day in the county.

Summer Reading Challenge will see children turn detective (more info..)

10 July 2017 Archived

Children are being encouraged to turn detective and sign up to this year's Summer Reading challenge at their local library.

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

27 October 2021

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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10 Implementation of the West Area Home to School Transport Review

D COMMITTEE : WEST AREA COMMITTEE TH DATE: 14 JULY 2015 TITLE OF REPORT: Implementation of the West Area Home to

Transport Review Report of Executive Director of Local Services, Barry Rowland Cabinet Member for Local Services: Cllr Ian Swithenbank Purpose of...

3.1 Formula Funding of Schools from April 2016 Appendix A

Appendix A FORMULA FOR FUNDING SCHOOLS FROM APRIL 2016 CONSULTATION PAPER INTRODUCTION On 16 July 2015, the DfE made an announcement about the funding of schools in 2016/17. It has confirmed that the additional funding given for 2015/16 has been incorpora...

Minutes 13 November 2013

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL AREA COMMITTEE - SOUTH EAST At a meeting of the Area Committee - South East held in The Salvation Army Hall, Hartford Road West, Bedlington, NE22 6HU on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 at 6:00 pm. PRESENT Councillor D Campbell (in the Chair) ...

04. 17/02725/OUT Land North West of 26 The Oval, Stamfordham

CASTLE MORPETH AREA COUNCIL PLANNING COMMITTEE 11TH DECEMBER 2017 Reference 17/02725/OUT Proposal Outline permission for the demolition of 8no existing garages, including removal of all hard-standing. Re-provision of 9no on-street parking spaces in...

08.1 Draft Schools Annual Report 2014 15 Appendix

Northumberland County Council 2014/15 Draft Version - All Attainment and Achievement Data is Unvalidated The report of the Director of Education and Skills SchoolsFigure 1: Schools and Inspections 2014/15 123 Schools 44 19 Inspections Schools 16 Inspections 180 Schools ...

8.1a Appendix A Flyer for the Roadshows

Get on Board! We will be out and about visiting local estates and community centres in your area to find out what you think of the services we deliver now and what you want us to do in the future. This is your opportunity to meet the team and have your say on what ma...

Aln Fed 1 OG

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: X If you ticked any o...

Hipsburn 2C

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

05 Copy of Central Area Committee Report - 1st March 2016

C Central Area Committee Members Local Improvement Schemes 2015 - 2016 Progress Report - 1st March 2016 `Cllr. E. Armstrong Members Schemes 2013 to 2017 CENTRAL Electoral Division - Ponteland East & Stannington AREA Report Date 1st March 2016 Job Scheme Description Estimate...

Seahouses Middle School Minutes

Seahouses Middle

Minutes of Governor Meeting 14 January 2015 – 5 pm Present: Andrew Johnson - Director of Education and Skills Lorraine Fife –

Organisation Officer Sue Aviston - Capital Projects Officer (Schools) Angela Dyer – HR Adviser Paula Br...

04c d3 - Appendix 3 - Budget Management Programme

Appendix 3 POLICY BOARD 9 DECEMBER 2014 BUDGET 2015-17 APPENDIX 3: BUDGET MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME 2015-17 1 A. Modernising our social care and support for adults 1. What it is 1.1 Adult social care services are...

05.3 Appendix 3 Budget Mngt Programme

Appendix 3 POLICY BOARD 9 DECEMBER 2014 BUDGET 2015-17 APPENDIX 3: BUDGET MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME 2015-17 1 A. Modernising our social care and support for adults 1. What it is 1.1 Adult social care services are...

03.1 Draft Schools Annual Report 201516 Appendix

Northumberland County Council 2014/15 The Report of the Director of Education and SkillsFigure 1: Schools and Inspections 2014/15 123 Schools 44 19 Inspections Schools 16 Inspections 180 Schools 9 Schools 5 41 Inspections Inspections 1

3 1 Inspection Schools...

09.1 Final Draft Schools Annual Report 2015-16 Appendix

Northumberland County Council 2014/15 The Report of the Director of Education and SkillsFigure 1: Schools and Inspections 2014/15 123 Schools 44 19 Inspections Schools 16 Inspections 180 Schools 9 Schools 5 41 Inspections Inspections 1

3 1 Inspection Schools...

Agenda

Our Ref: Your Ref: Contact: Jackie Roll Direct Line: (01670) 622603 E-Mail Address: Jackie.Roll@northumberland.gov.uk 5 April 2016 Dear Sir or Madam, Your attendance is requested at a meeting of the COUNTY COUNCIL which will be held in ...
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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 ...