Business News

  • Community Forum continues

    Community Forum continues

    10th June 2011

    Amble Community Forum will continue to meet, despite losing the financial support of Northumberland County Council….

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  • Amble’s growing enterprise and enthusiasm

    Amble’s growing enterprise and enthusiasm

    10th June 2011

    Queen Street is changing again. Amble may give the appearance of a sleepy coastal town but…

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  • A heavenly transfer

    A heavenly transfer

    10th June 2011

    The Natural Empathy shop at the corner of Wellwood Street and Church Street is looking rather…

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  • Hot deal at Blue Bell

    Hot deal at Blue Bell

    18th May 2011

    You’re spoiled for choice if you fancy a meal out in Amble these days and now…

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  • Doing The Plaice Up

    Doing The Plaice Up

    5th May 2011

    Update: Chef required. Chef required to join an award winning team at this recently refurbished fast…

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  • Print firm delivers message with new service

    Print firm delivers message with new service

    11th April 2011

    A Northumberland design and print company has introduced a new service to help businesses get their…

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  • Accreditation clinch for training firm

    Accreditation clinch for training firm

    11th April 2011

    An Amble training provider has won a top accreditation from the world’s biggest professional health and…

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  • Final blow to Northumberland Foods workers

    Final blow to Northumberland Foods workers

    11th April 2011

    The biggest issue affecting Amble at the time of writing is the uncertain future of the…

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  • Supermarket plans approved

    Supermarket plans approved

    4th March 2011

    Northumberland County Council’s planning committee have approved the application submitted by Northumberland Estates and Tesco to build…

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  • Derelict building to be transformed

    Derelict building to be transformed

    17th February 2011

    The old Co-op department store on Queen Street will be divided into three retail units Funding…

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