The friendly town of Amble lies in the county of Northumberland, at the mouth of the river Coquet, situated amid the magnificent surroundings of the Heritage Coast and an Area of Outstanding Beauty.

As Mayor of Amble Town Council, I’d like to extend a warm welcome to our town with its many interests and attractions. As a Council we promote Amble wherever we go; we encourage our residents to help to keep it clean, attractive and viable; we help support community groups and do our utmost to get the best for the town.

Surf our website whether resident or visitor- let us know what you like or dislike or what else you think should be included on it. Contact us with your queries or views on the town and your hopes for its future. We can only work effectively with your help.

Enjoy your viewing. Councillor Craig Weir, Amble Mayor

Latest News and Events

Policing team propose office move

April 22, 2015

Amble Neighbourhood Policing Team are proposing a move to a new base in the town. Plans are being considered to re-locate the Amble Neighbourhood Policing Team to an office on the upper-ground floor of Fourways 2 building at 6 Dilston Terrace, approximately 100 metres from Queen Street in the main shopping area. The proposed re-location […]

Amble Town Centre Car Park Consultation

April 15, 2015

NCC Off Street Parking Places Composite Order 2014 – Amendment No 3 Order 2015 – TRO_019_03 Consultation Period: 14 April 2015 to 24 May 2015   Background It is proposed to introduce some additions and amendments to parking provision within Northumberland. This will require an amendment to NCC Off Street Parking Places Composite Order 2014. […]

Local Flood Risk Management Strategy

March 25, 2015

Have your say about how flood risk is managed in Northumberland. Northumberland County Council has been developing a Local Flood Risk Management Strategy which will outline how they will manage flooding in the area and work with other authorities to manage all sources of flooding, now and in the future. The draft strategy and its […]

Years to Remember Concert

February 20, 2015

As part of our WW1 Centenary Commemorations we are hosting: THE “YEARS TO REMEMBER” CONCERT AT ST CUTHBERT’S PARISH HALL ON FRIDAY 24TH APRIL 2015 AT 7.45 (doors open at 7.30)  The concert, timed to coincide with the centenary of the Gallipoli Campaign, is a commemoration of the First World War and an evocation of […]

£20,000 contribution to Paddlers improvements

February 18, 2015

Plans are coming together to improve the paddling pool area in Amble. At a meeting of the Town Council held 12th February, Members agreed unanimously to contribute £20,000 towards the improvements project through ring fenced funds that have been built up over the years for this purpose. Working in partnership, Amble Town Council and Northumberland […]

Notice of Temporary Road Closure – Puffin Way, Coquet Enterprise Park

February 10, 2015

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County Council intend to make an Order to prohibit the use by vehicular traffic on that section of the U3134 Puffin Way Amble from its junction with the A1068 heading in a north-easterly direction for a distance of 26 metres in the County of Northumberland. The Order is to […]

£38.50 raised at Open Afternoon

February 9, 2015

We raised £38.50 for Amble Community Team at our Open Afternoon, which took place yesterday. Thanks to all who helped out and attended the event; the cakes were delicious! The winning raffle numbers are: 890 867 888 859 881 886 Don’t forget to call in to claim your prize.

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