Amble Town Council have requested a Governance Review be carried out for the parish. Consideration should be given to increasing the number of Councillors for the parish, the removal of the ward boundaries within the parish and an extension to the northern … Continue reading
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 Jane Dargue, Amble Mayor
Latest News and Events
The Dovecote Centre was suddenly closed early in the summer following the withdrawal of Adult Learning funding which resulted in NCC taking the decision not to renew their lease for the building which has been used as a community hub. … Continue reading
In 2013 Northumberland County Council received a petition with 3,400 signatures from Mrs Ann Burke, Chair of Amble Business Club regarding the frustration caused by lack of parking facilities in the town, the impact it was having on businesses and … Continue reading
A group has been set up headed by Councillor Jane Dargue, consisting of Councillors, representatives of the Business Club and AONB, local cycle businesses and a few cycling enthusiasts to discuss ways to improve the local offer to cyclists, improve signage, access … Continue reading
At the Town Council meeting last night Members of the Council co-opted a new Member for the West Ward. Three candidates stood for the vacancy; Terence Barton, Peter Sample and June Watson. The three candidates took turns in addressing the … Continue reading
Council is still gathering quotations for the extensive work required to repair the damage to the roof, the drainage system and the internal deterioration caused by the water and damp. The specialist nature of the work on this listed monument … Continue reading
A consultation from Northumberland County Council For many years the use of sandwich boards and “A” boards has been a popular way of attracting shoppers and pedestrians to business properties. This practice has continued over the years and is still … Continue reading
Amble Town Council decided to hold an event at the appropriate time during each year of the WW1 centenary to commemorate and honour those who gave their lives from Amble and its immediate area. In 2014 at the start … Continue reading