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
It is very disappointing to receive correspondence this morning from Tesco’s Corporate Affairs Manager for the North Area informing us that they will no longer be able to proceed with the planned store in Amble. This comes about as a result of their … Continue reading
Following our grant from Heritage Lottery Fund, Amble Town Council joined by various organisations and individuals have produced a book:‘In Memory of the Fallen’ about Amble in the early 1900s and its people who fought for their country. The book brings … Continue reading
Preparations are well advanced for the Town Council’s plans to commemorate Remembrance Day. On Sunday 9th November, at 10.58am, a short service by Coquet Churches Together will be held at the War Memorials in Amble Town Square Memorial Gardens. During … Continue reading
Councillors Dargue, Lewis and Weir took part in Local Democracy Week with pupils from two of our schools. The morning was spent at James Calvert Spence College South Avenue with year 7. It was decided to use a recent widely … Continue reading
At a meeting between Northumberland County Council and Amble Town Council with representatives of the Business Club and Development Trust it was announced that as part of a review into parking and traffic flow in Amble, NCC plan to remove yellow lines … Continue reading
It is disconcerting to be told you’ve got cancer, which happened to me at the end of April this year. Since then, I’ve realized just how many others know that feeling. Knowing that doesn’t make it easier to cope with … Continue reading
At a recent meeting in the town, the bank balance of the Council was highlighted. This, and the details, have always been publically available and published in our newsletter; however few seemed to have seen it and many expressed surprise … Continue reading
The demolition of the old buildings is complete now but to get to this stage has taken many, many months of combined efforts by those such as Northumberland County Council, Amble Town Council, Amble Development Trust, Northumbria Police, the Local Multi … Continue reading
After meeting with NCC and representatives of Amble Community Team, we are told that gaining grant funding to revitalise the whole area could take up to 4 years. Whilst a new type of water feature is planned for the future … Continue reading