Heritage & Tourism

  • Amble Boys Club

    Amble Boys Club

    21st October 2015

    Above: Amble Boys Club 1947 Above: Frankie Vaughan at Amble Boys Club

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  • Hundreds join Bartle’s trip down memory lane

    Hundreds join Bartle’s trip down memory lane

    20th October 2015

    A Facebook group devoted to old images of Amble and the surrounding area has captured the…

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  • Fears that Council charges may lead to more flytipping

    Fears that Council charges may lead to more flytipping

    15th October 2015

    Northumberland residents taking rubble, soil and plasterboard to household waste recovery centres in the county are…

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  • Captain Coquet’s Corner: European funding for Coquet Island

    Captain Coquet’s Corner: European funding for Coquet Island

    14th October 2015

    Funding has been secured for the RSPB’s work on Coquet Island from the European LIFE fund,…

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  • Sadness as Sea Kings leave RAF Boulmer

    Sadness as Sea Kings leave RAF Boulmer

    30th September 2015

    Crowds at Amble Harbour Day were able to watch one of the last rescue demonstrations by…

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  • Lesbury Remembers: WW1 commemoration

    Lesbury Remembers: WW1 commemoration

    14th August 2015 Read More
  • Captain Coquet’s Corner: Roseate Tern City

    Captain Coquet’s Corner: Roseate Tern City

    13th August 2015

    Coquet Island becomes Roseate Tern City The 2015 season on Coquet Island has seen fabulous numbers…

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  • Pirates, fun and fundraising during Harbour week

    Pirates, fun and fundraising during Harbour week

    12th August 2015

    We’ve got a week (and a bit), of pirate themed fun and activities at the Harbour…

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  • As milk prices fall, Zombies rise

    As milk prices fall, Zombies rise

    7th August 2015

    Farming has never been for the faint- hearted, but these days it’s tougher than ever. And…

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  • Foundation bale is placed at Hauxley’s eco visitor centre

    Foundation bale is placed at Hauxley’s eco visitor centre

    24th July 2015

    The first straw bale has been placed in the foundations of the new eco visitor centre…

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