Heritage & Tourism

  • Tsunami archaeology dig continues at Low Hauxley

    Tsunami archaeology dig continues at Low Hauxley

    23rd August 2013

    At the beginning of the summer, work started on a unique archaeological dig on the north…

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  • Marine wildlife identification course

    Marine wildlife identification course

    21st August 2013 Read More
  • George Yeoman: A Century for Danny Boy

    George Yeoman: A Century for Danny Boy

    19th August 2013

    An Amble man is running a campaign to raise the profile of the songwriter and poet…

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  • Photography competitions for 2014

    Photography competitions for 2014

    19th August 2013

    Through the lens 2014 Next year’s competition categories have now been decided. The first is entitled…

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  • Memories of the Boys’ Brigade

    Memories of the Boys’ Brigade

    19th August 2013

    Happy Birthday to Jean Gregor who will be 93 at the end of August.  Jean (pictured…

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  • Captain Coquet’s Corner: Puffins farewell

    Captain Coquet’s Corner: Puffins farewell

    19th August 2013

    After that shaky bad weather start to the season on Coquet Island, the eiders, terns and…

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  • In memory of William Gibson

    In memory of William Gibson

    16th August 2013

    One hundred years ago on 23rd September, 1913, William Gibson, one of Amble’s earliest Parish Clerks…

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  • What’s On: Aug-Oct 2013

    What’s On: Aug-Oct 2013

    16th August 2013

    Harbour Day 2013 Hauxley Fun Day Summer activities at Shorebase Trust Emerge concert rescheduled Jack and…

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  • Uncovering bronze age Hauxley, devastated by sandstorm

    Uncovering bronze age Hauxley, devastated by sandstorm

    9th July 2013

    A devastating sandstorm or tsunami was likely to have taken place thousands of years ago, burying…

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  • Visitors enthralled by AmbleGPX and Hauxley reserve

    Visitors enthralled by AmbleGPX and Hauxley reserve

    3rd July 2013

    A group of five Greek and five Latvians visited the area in May, to find out…

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