Upcoming Events

  • 22nd May - 22nd May 2024

    Creating a local soundscape

    Time: 1.30 - 3.30pm
    Location: Hauxley Nature reserve

    Northumberland Wildlife Trust is on a mission to create a local soundscape of two of its most popular nature reserves.
    Joining forces with the Later Life Audio and Radio Co-operative (LLARC), the Nextdoor Nature people and nature project, funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, is working to create a lasting record of life on its Hauxley and Northumberlandia reserves which will eventually be part of a new wildlife podcast series titled Nature Connect.
    Project officer Natasha Hemsley is calling on members of the public living near the two sites to join her this May for tea, cake and a chat about their connection to the site(s), their stories of wildlife encounters and what they’ve seen and how the landscape has changed over the years. All their reminiscences will be recorded and eventually uploaded onto the LLARC’s podcast site https://www.mixcloud.com/LLARC/
    Both sites were opencast sites before being transformed into nature reserves.
    Hauxley reserve was originally part of Radcliffe open-cast mine and purchased by Northumberland Wildlife Trust in 1983 before being transformed into the haven for wildlife it is today. The Hauxley session will be held on Wednesday 22 May between 1:30pm and 3:30pm.
    A place at the free event can be booked at www.nwt.org.uk/events or alternatively, members of the public can simply turn up and be pointed in the direction of Natasha walking round with her sound equipment.

  • 22nd May - 22nd May 2024

    Warkworth Golf Club Ladies

    Time: 9.30am
    Location: Warkworth Golf Club

    Ladies – come and give golf a go
    Just turn up and have fun. All equipment provided. Stay for coffee with some of the lady members after the session.
    No experience necessary.

  • 23rd May - 23rd May 2024

    Croquet club fun day

    Time: 8.00am - 8.00pm
    Location: Alnmouth Croquet Club near the cricket club ground.

    If I mentioned the game of croquet to you, it would probably conjure images of genteel Victorian ladies in long dresses engaged in an afternoon of polite play. It’s probably not something you would think of going on today, but croquet is played widely throughout the UK and there are several clubs in the north east.
    Croquet today is a great way of socializing, getting some gentle exercise and enjoying the outdoors. It’s a game that all ages can play and one of the few games that can be played equally by men and women, without advantage, and there is a club (almost) on your doorstep.
    Alnmouth Croquet Club is based at Alnmouth and Lesbury Cricket ground, with club days taking place on Tuesdays and Fridays from 11am. It is a small friendly club that caters for members who just want to have some fun and exercise, and those who want to get to grips with the game, improve and play competitively. So, if you want to give it a try the club are holding a fun day on Thursday 23 May, from 8am to 8pm. There will be a chance to try your hand at croquet for as little as £1 per game, participate in some fun activities and competitions and perhaps win a prize at the tombola. Club members will be on hand to offer advice and instruction to help you get to grips with this fun and intriguing game.
    All money raised by the club will be donated to Alnwick Food Bank. So, why not come and give it a go? Come just because you are intrigued or why not pack a picnic and make a day of it?
    There is plenty of parking close to the Cricket Club or the local buses pass the entrance on their way into Alnmouth. Come and join in the fun and raise some money for a good cause at the same time.

    Ian Williams

  • 25th May - 27th May 2024

    Puffin Festival: walks, talks, art, crafts, family fun

    Time: See details
    Location: See details

    For more information on these and any additional activities, please check www.amblepuffinfest.co.uk
    You can find us on X (Twitter) @Amble PuffinFest and Facebook: AmblePuffinFestival.
    Events and times may be subject to change. Some activities are weather dependent.

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  • 5th May - 31st May 2024

    Amble WI

    Time: 10.00am - 12 noon
    Location: Parish Hall, Dovecote Street

    Spring Craft Fair in the Parish Hall, on Sunday 5 May, from 10am until 12 noon. We would love to see you all there for a cuppa, bacon butties and some fantastic cakes!!! There will also be various craft stalls for you to browse over.
    14 May our meeting will see us listening to Barry Mead, a very knowledgeable gentleman about the history of needles, you would be amazed!!

  • 1st June - 1st June 2024

    Highlights at the Parish Hall

    Time: 7.30pm
    Location: Parish Hall Dovecote Street Amble

    We will be visited by glitz, glamour and showbiz in the form of Frognal and Fox with A Life in Song. Two aging performers reminisce about their careers and singing of songs from stage and screen by Cole Porter, the Gershwins, Stephen Sondheim and Noel Coward. An uplifting feelgood end to the season.
    Tickets are £12 or U18s £6 and are available at N and F Young, Queen Street Amble or online at www.highlightsnorth.co.uk
    Highlights rural touring scheme is an organisation that brings professional theatre, music and dance groups to Northumberland,
    The Highlights Team highlights@stcuthbertonline.com

  • 18th May - 1st June 2024

    New exhibition – Rooted

    Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm
    Location: Amble’s Dovecote Centre

    An exciting new exhibition at Amble’s Dovecote Centre will explore artists’ links to the landscape and environment. The project has been created in partnership with the Northumberland Coast National Landscape and illustrates the importance of conservation within a changing climate.
    Rooted is a two-week exhibition displaying the work of 18 artists, with free entry. A series of events are also planned for Saturday 25 May, to coincide with the first day of the Amble Puffin Festival. These include free workshops and an evening panel discussion featuring the artists, as well as readings from Rooted writer-in-residence, Amble poet Ali Rowland.
    Artist and Rooted exhibition curator Luke McTaggart said, “We are hoping that this exhibition can open insights and conversations about how artists engage with the landscape. environment that they inhabit, particularly so in the context of the climate crisis. It’s a natural partnership for us to work with the National Landscape given that many of us are concerned about working to protect and conserve our area’s landscape.”
    Rooted will run from Saturday 18 May until Saturday 1 June, is free to visit and open 10am-4pm every day.
    Follow Dovecote Street Arts on social media for all news and updates. For more information, email dovecotestreetarts@gmail.com.

  • 14th May - 5th June 2024

    Coquet Shorebase Trust

    Time: 6pm-9pm
    Location: Drurudge Bay Country Park

    Sailing or windsurfing
    Four sessions 6pm-9pm aimed at adults who have always wanted to learn to sail or windsurf but have not been able to attend a full weekend or multi day course. Aiming towards RYA Level One – Start certificates.
    Afterwork Windsurfing – Tuesdays 14 May – 4 June
    Afterwork Dinghy sailing – Wednesdays 15 May – 5 June
    Price £200 per 4 sessions. Book www.coquetshorebase.org.uk 30% discount offer to all CYC members

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  • 8th June - 8th June 2024

    80th Anniversary of D-Day Event

    Time: 10.00am
    Location: Amble Town Square

    The 80th Anniversary of D-Day Event Saturday 8 June 2024
    A tour of WWII Memorials in Amble West Cemetery, starts at 10am – Please pre-book at ask@amble.gov.uk
    Picnic in the Town Square 12pm onwards.
    Commemorative Address, reflective silence and laying of wreaths, followed by Entertainment featuring a drama performance, brass band and a variety of singers.
    Bring your own seating and food or buy from the selection of food stalls
    Dress to impress in 40s style.
    Amble Town Council Tel: 01665 714695 Email: ask@amble.gov.uk

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  • 8th June 2024

    D-Day anniversary: Events in the Town Square

    Time: From 12pm
    Location: Amble Town Square

    Amble Town Council
    80th Anniversary of D-Day Event
    Saturday 8th June 2024
    A tour of WWII Memorials in Amble West Cemetery
    Starts at 10am – Please pre-book at ask@amble.gov.uk
    Picnic in the Town Square 12pm onwards
    Commemorative Address, reflective silence and laying of wreaths

    Followed by
    Entertainment featuring a drama performance, brass band and a variety of singers.

    Bring your own seating and food or buy from the selection of food stalls
    Dress to impress in 40s style
    For details please visit: www.amble.gov.uk
    Or contact Amble Town Council
    T:01665 714695 E: ask@amble.gov.uk

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  • 8th June 2024

    D-Day anniversary: Tour of memorials

    Time: 10am
    Location: Amble West Cemetery

    Amble Town Council
    80th Anniversary of D-Day Event
    Saturday 8th June 2024
    A tour of WWII Memorials in Amble West Cemetery
    Starts at 10am – Please pre-book at ask@amble.gov.uk

    For details please visit: www.amble.gov.uk
    Or contact Amble Town Council
    T:01665 714695 E: ask@amble.gov.uk

  • 22nd June - 22nd June 2024

    Summer Concert

    Time: 7.00pm
    Location: St Paul’s Church, Alnwick

    Alnwick & District Choral Society presents A Summer Concert
    Magnificat works by Rutter, Stanford, Arcadelt, Grieg, Mozart & Rachmaninov
    Tickets at Door: £12.50 (students free)

  • 20th May - 24th June 2024

    Coquet Shorebase Trust – Paddle sport

    Time: 5.00pm - 8.00pm
    Location: Druridge Bay Country Park

    Paddlesport is a low impact beginner-friendly activity suited to everyone. For a trial period on Monday evenings in May and June we will extend our opening times so those with busy lives have an opportunity to get out on the water to either improve fitness or just to de-stress and feel the benefits of being out in nature.
    From 5-8pm Monday 13 May, our range of SUPs, kayaks and canoes will be available at the hire base at Druridge Bay Country Park. Coaching tips from instructors if required. £15 per person includes choice of craft and all equipment.
    Book: www.coquetshorebase.org.uk

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  • 27th June - 27th June 2024

    Jazz duo at Amble Parish Hall

    Time: 7.00pm
    Location: Amble Parish Hall, Dovecote Street, NE65 0DX.

    Ian Millar & Dominic Spencer, saxophone & piano duo from Scotland, will be appearing
    Described as the UK’s hardest working jazz group, offering music that will appeal to jazz novices as well as hardcore enthusiasts.
    Ian and Dominic are unique in taking their blend of melodic jazz standards and original compositions to rural communities.
    They use programmable lighting and table lights to create a wonderful intimate atmosphere for the music.
    They tell stories of their travels in their Tour Bus in an entertaining evening of creative music and enthusiastic joy.
    Tickets priced £12 from members of the church, at coffee mornings and from N&F Young, 8 Queen Street, Amble. Accompanied under 16s free
    Licensed bar. Visit our website for our blog, videos, photos, reviews and our Concert Diary plus links to our Social Media accounts www.millarandspencer.co.uk tel: 01968 679 299

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  • 28th June - 28th June 2024

    Warkworth Memorial Hall concerts

    Time: 7.00pm
    Location: Warkworth Memorial Hall

    Friday 28th June, 2024 The Chet Set
    American trumpet player and vocalist Pete Tanton is joined by John Bradford (drums), Alan Law (piano), and Mick Shoulder (bass) to present an evening with the Chet Set: Jazz standards and anecdotes relating to the life and career of Chet Baker - “The Prince of Cool”.
    Chesney Henry “Chet” Baker Jr. (December 23, 1929 – May 13, 1988) was an American jazz trumpeter and vocalist perhaps best known for his rendition of “My Funny Valentine”. Movie star looks, soft singing voice and mellow trumpet earned him a worldwide following in the ‘50s, until dental problems and heroin addiction led to an itinerant lifestyle and relative obscurity. His fame was rekindled in the ‘80s with the release of the documentary “Let’s Get Lost” which charted Baker’s rise and fall. Jazz historian Dave Gelly described the promise of Baker‘s early career as “James Dean, Sinatra, and Bix, rolled into one”.
    Booking information and further details, along with the guest list for the rest of 2024, are available at www.wwmh.uk/concerts.html or contact Peter Burnham Tel: 01665 711388. Tickets for our concerts are limited and must be booked in advance.

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  • 1st July - 1st July 2024

    Calling all musicians, open rehearsal

    Time: 7.30 - 9.30pm
    Location: Alnwick Playhouse.

    The Alnwick Playhouse Concert Band are holding an Open Rehearsal
    Please come along if you’re interested in joining the band!
    The session will be relaxed and fun, allowing you to play with current band members and see if it could be something you’d like to join.
    Maybe you’ve only played in lessons or in school groups before? Maybe you played years ago and are looking to get back into it? Maybe you’re a seasoned musician and want to find out whether our band is for you? We’re hoping this will provide an opportunity for anyone who’s a bit unsure to come and try out playing with the band without any commitment.
    All ages welcome.
    If you’re interested in coming along, please email contact.apcb@gmail.com or get in touch via the contact form on our website so we can make sure we have music ready for you for the rehearsal.

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  • 6th July - 6th July 2024

    The Colony music festival

    Time: TBC
    Location: The Little Shore, Amble Harbour

    It’s a free community event. No ticket needed. For more details see website

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  • 7th July - 7th July 2024

    Mauretania Day 2024

    Location: Harbour area
  • 7th July - 7th July 2024

    Mauretania Day

    Time: 10.00am
    Location: Amble Harbour Village

    The event is held on the first Sunday of July every year.
    It’s a celebration of Amble being known as the ‘Friendliest Town’.

  • 10th June - 8th July 2024

    Amble WI

    Time: 7.00pm
    Location: Parish Hall, Dovecote Street

    We meet on the second Monday of every month, at 7pm, in the Parish Hall if anyone would like to join us.
    June will bring us a lovely and very talented wood turner, Graham Ambrose, who is entertaining to watch and has some very interesting tales to tell.