Heritage & Tourism

  • Hotel plans on view to public

    Hotel plans on view to public

    22nd September 2016

    Plans for Amble’s new hotel have been on display at a public consultation day. The development…

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  • Sew impressed with Amble

    Sew impressed with Amble

    21st September 2016

    Two visitors to the Friendliest Port have been praising the town and say they will be…

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  • Council pulls the plug on static CCTV ‘no longer fit for purpose’

    Council pulls the plug on static CCTV ‘no longer fit for purpose’

    30th August 2016

    Out of date county council run CCTV cameras could be replaced with mobile systems, as replacing…

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  • New 30 bedroom hotel planned for Amble

    New 30 bedroom hotel planned for Amble

    21st July 2016

    Plans for a 30 bedroom hotel in Amble, together with a restaurant and bar, are being…

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  • The 10 things we love about the North East

    The 10 things we love about the North East

    1st July 2016

    Beautiful countryside, friendly locals and a unique sense of humour have been hailed as the things…

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  • Johnny Johnston: Living a full life

    Johnny Johnston: Living a full life

    24th June 2016

    Seeing a 93-year-old man walking pretty slowly with a four wheeled walker gives no indication of…

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  • Celebrating Mauretania Day with random acts of kindness

    Celebrating Mauretania Day with random acts of kindness

    22nd June 2016

    Many people know Amble as the Friendliest Port and the story behind this soubriquet has led…

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  • Memories of Amble: Centenary commemoration of Battle of the Somme

    Memories of Amble: Centenary commemoration of Battle of the Somme

    21st June 2016

    Saturday 2nd July- Parish Hall, Dovecote Street- 11am – 3.30pm.: As part of the Centenary Commemorations…

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  • Promoting Northumbrian food

    Promoting Northumbrian food

    12th May 2016

    A new scheme, celebrating and promoting food and drink produced entirely in Northumberland, has recently been…

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  • Local wildlife at risk from pollution and global warming

    Local wildlife at risk from pollution and global warming

    12th May 2016

    The Farne Islands are a group of islands lying off the Northumberland coast, midway between the…

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