Our Allotments Officer David Clough has produced a notice regarding the Avian Influenza, click here to read it. This notice is posted on all allotment sites that have poultry.
The offices of Blyth Town Council are open from 9am - 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am - 4.30pm on a Friday.
Blyth is a vibrant market town, port and home to some of the world’s greatest innovators in renewable technology.
Situated in the South-East of the county, Blyth Town Council serve over 36,000 inhabitants in this the most densely populated town of Northumberland, which also boasts a fine beach, wonderful parks and a friendly disposition. Don’t just take our word for it though. Visit the BEACH AND PARKS gallery or even more fine buildings, sights and amenities in AROUND BLYTH.
Blyth Town Council is a community council at the most local level of government. We provide an expanding number of services, events and also a voice for the residents of Blyth delivered with local knowledge and commitment. Our activities are detailed on the pages of this website. However, Northumberland County Council, are responsible for most of the services Blyth residents commonly access: Benefits and Council Tax, Housing, Social Care, Tourism, Libraries, Schools, Roads and Transport, Waste and Recycling. More details at www.northumberland.gov.uk
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It has been suggested to the Council that a commemorative plaque scheme be introduced in the town. This has been agreed and we are now inviting nominations as to where these plaques should be placed.
Click here to see the list of nominations received so far.
For more information please click the link below.
Councillor Margaret Parker was again elected as the Mayor of Blyth at the Town Council’s meeting on the 19th May 2016. She has been a Town Councillor since 2013. Before that she was a Borough Councillor at Blyth Valley Council, where she was the Millennium Mayor. Prior to retirement, Margaret worked in the Fire Service, as well as raising a family.
We have recently received a number of enquiries regarding the artefacts in the former Civic Centre and what will happen to them when the building is sold.
Councillors had, some time ago, raised the same concerns and it was agreed that the Town Council would take care of the items. We are liaising with Northumberland County Council to ensure the artefacts are removed safely. The Town Clerk and Office Manager visited the Civic Centre in early November with the Strategic Estates Operations Officer from the County Council to identify the items and we are arranging for another visit in the next few weeks. The artefacts will then be brought to the Town Council’s offices, in the first instance, for safekeeping.
This year’s Carol Service is being held at St Wilfrids, and will begin at 7pm, all welcome!
Tuesday, 24th January 2017 6:30 pmEvents Committee
6:30 PM – Council Chamber, Arms Evertyne House, Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2ASDownload : Agenda
Thursday, 26th January 2017 6:30 pmPlanning and Development Committee
6:30 PM – Council Chamber, Arms Evertyne House, Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2AS