Welcome to Blyth Town Council

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Supporting Blyth

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The offices of Blyth Town Council are open from 9am - 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am - 4.30pm on a Friday.

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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

Use the tabs at the top of the page to navigate the site for Blyth information, amenities and what Blyth Town Council is doing on your behalf.

THE PEDESTRIAN SIGNAGE WORK WILL COMMENCE AS OF 19 AUGUST, APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE


THE 2018 BOUNDARY REVIEW - INITIAL PROPOSALS FOR NEW PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARIES

Consultation documents from the Boundary Commission for England are available are on public display in the Town Council’s office until 5 December 2016. Please contact the office if you would like to come in to view the documents. Further information is available at www.bce2018.co.uk

If you have any queries please contact the Town Council office - details are on the ‘Contact Us’ page.


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The Mayor

June 2016

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.

COMMUNITY GRANTS

6 SEPTEMBER 2016

We still have a small amount of money left in the Community Grant budget. The closing date for applications is 30 September 2016. Visit our Community Grants page for an application, please click here to go there

Recent Posts

19 September 2016

Household Waste Recovery Centres

The changes to the site opening days for the Household Waste Recovery Centres have been sent to us, please click here to see them.


15 September 2016

Mulberry Close X Fit Gym

Mulberry Close is having a new outdoor exercise area installed adjacent to the play area, please click here to see the presentation.


05 August 2016

Astley Park Gala 2016

Head on down to the Astley Park Gala 2016 on Saturday 13 August, to see what activities are in store click here!


Council News

Upcoming Meetings

  • Tuesday, 27th September 2016 6:30 pm

    Events Committee

    6:30 PM – Council Chamber, Arms Evertyne House, Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2AS

    Download :  Agenda

  • Thursday, 29th September 2016 6:30 pm

    Planning and Development Committee

    6:30 PM – Council Chamber, Arms Evertyne House, Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2AS