News

  • Assistance for ‘Orcadian Mist’

    Assistance for ‘Orcadian Mist’

    3rd March 2011

    Amble RNLI Lifeboats launched to assist fishing vessel aground on rocks at Coquet Island It was…

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  • The Ambler and Artograffi are on Facebook!

    The Ambler and Artograffi are on Facebook!

    21st February 2011

    The Ambler and Artograffi are offically on Facebook! Keep up to date with the young people’s…

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  • 2011 Census: Help tomorrow take shape

    2011 Census: Help tomorrow take shape

    18th February 2011

    It’s census time again. The government is encouraging everyone to take part so it can use…

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  • Census 2011: collectors needed

    Census 2011: collectors needed

    18th February 2011

    On 27 March 2011 all homes will be taking part in a census. The census is…

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  • 104 and still counting

    104 and still counting

    17th February 2011

    Connie Mossman celebrated her 104th birthday on Monday, February 7th and again at Oswald Court, before the…

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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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  • Young Citizens Award 2011

    Young Citizens Award 2011

    16th February 2011

    Young Citizen’s Award 2011 Community Beat Manager Darin Fawcett is once again asking local businesses for…

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  • New Friday evening youth service

    New Friday evening youth service

    16th February 2011

    A grant from Northumberland County Council will help to provide Friday evening youth sessions for teenagers…

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  • Early education at Brambles

    Early education at Brambles

    16th February 2011

    The government has recently increased funding for children aged 3 and 4 years, from 12 1/2…

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  • Capt.n Coquet’s Corner

    Capt.n Coquet’s Corner

    15th February 2011

    Seals have been loafing around Coquet Island for many years and the RSPB wardens have been…

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