The latest Know Northumberland quarterly bulletin produced by the Northumberland County Council Strategy and Change Team, is now available. Know Northumberland Bulletin 16 – Community Wellbeing The bulletin provides a high level and up to date Northumberland-based statistical profile across … 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 Craig Weir, Amble Mayor
Latest News and Events
COUNCILLOR’S CORNER We have been remembering the V.E. celebrations- much thought and planning have gone into them. To see the looks on the faces of the people who actually remembered ‘that night’ when, from what I can gather, everybody but … Continue reading
ALLOTMENTS Many allotments have recently been reallocated but there is still a waiting list for tenancies. Those who have been there a long time are being encouraged to reduce the number of structures they have as many have now become … Continue reading
In April 2015, residents in Amble were consulted on the above proposed parking restrictions for Amble Town Centre Car Park. The consultation exercise ended on 24th May 2015, and responses were received from 4 consultees with 3 in favour, 1 against … Continue reading
On Saturday 15th August, following 2 minutes silence, wreaths will be laid at 11am on both war memorials in the Town Square, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War 2 and Victory in Japan (VJ) Day. … Continue reading
Work on the revitalisation of the play area known as the Paddlers has begun. Whilst not possible to have paddling pools again due to all the health and safety regulations, Council was adamant that some form of water play should … Continue reading
Arriva are planning some changes to their bus services in Northumberland from Sunday 6th September 2015, but before they finalise the plans they want to know what you think about them. You can tell them by spending a few minutes answering the following questions. They will … Continue reading
The Representation of the People Act 1983, as amended by the Electoral Administration Act 2006 The Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places (Parliamentary Elections) Regulations 2006 Pursuant to Section 18C and Schedule A1 of the Representation of the People … Continue reading