Northumberland County Council and Active Northumberland are running free activity sessions at Blyth Leisure Centre every Friday throughout the School Holidays, take a look at the poster here!
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
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.
If you have any queries please contact the Town Council office - details are on the ‘Contact Us’ page or take a look at our Facebook Page by clicking https://www.facebook.com/BlythTC/
Blyth Town Council Annual Return Year Ending 31 March 2017
The Annual Return for Blyth Town Council is now available to view here
ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT DEDICATION SERVICE
Click here for further details.
Tour of Britain 2017
The Tour of Britain is back in Blyth! The full route has been announced, and you can click here to view more about it!
At the AGM meeting held on the 18 May 2017, Councillor John Potts became the Mayor, taking over from former Councillor Margaret Parker. Councillor Kath Nisbet became the Deputy Mayor.
Headway Arts are this summer working with Blyth Town Council to bring back the Blyth Community Carnival.
Headway Arts aim to involve local people and community groups in bringing back the Blyth Carnival, drawing inspiration from the old time carnivals, circus and vintage entertainments from Blyth’s unique history.
People of Blyth this is your event and we need your help to make it happen.
Click here for more information and to find out how you can get involved.
Teardrop are hosting a family fun day, take a look at the poster here!
The Blyth Blind Club are in need of a driver, as the previous one is retiring. If you are interested please contact the council offices on 01670 361668 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, 25th July 2017 6:30 pmEvents Committee
6:30 PM – Council Chamber, Arms Evertyne House, Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2ASDownload : Agenda
Thursday, 27th July 2017 6:30 pmEnvironmental Services Committee
6:30 PM – Council Chamber, Arms Evertyne House, Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2AS