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
Her Majesty The Queen is celebrating her 90th Birthday on 21st April 2016. There is a long and unbroken tradition in our country of celebrating Royal jubilees, weddings, coronations and special birthdays with the lighting of beacons – on top of mountains, … Continue reading
The Elections for the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Northumbria Police Area will take place on Thursday 5th May 2016 Notice Of Election – PCC – 2016 03 09 Notice of Election Address deadline for the Election for the … Continue reading
Northumberland County Council has agreed to implement proposed changes to the fire and rescue service following a 12 week consultation. The Service has to cut £500,000 from its budget in 2016/17, on top of the £1.5m already cut over the last … Continue reading
Warkworth Harbour Commissioners have applied to the Marine Management Organisation under the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009, Part 4, for a marine licence to remove sand from a deposit on the North side of Warkworth Harbour, in order to improve … Continue reading
The North East Combined Authority (NECA) has begun a consultation on a 20-year ‘Transport Manifesto’ that covers both urban and rural areas of Durham, Gateshead, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, North Tyneside, South Tyneside and Sunderland. The consultation will look at … Continue reading
Council have decided to introduce a new award which will be open to individuals as well as groups and organisations, any of whom are carrying out unpaid community work on a project or initiative. Nominations will be invited from the … Continue reading
There will be some changes to the Garden Awards in 2016. Commended, Highly Commended, Runner Up & Winner in each of the 3 wards of the parish will still be awarded with an overall Cup Winner for the best garden. … Continue reading