Blyth Events

Blyth Town Council have the pleasure of arranging and promoting events for the enjoyment and benefit of residents and visitors. Helping to foster a community spirit, events such as Northumberland Live, the Summer Fair and Christmas Light Switch-On are a welcome addition to Blyth life. For information on Town Council and other events then click here to visit the What’s On page.

Fireworks - Every year Blyth Town Council host a local free fireworks event, click the link to see more information.

Northumbria in Bloom - Blyth participates in a gardening competition every year hosted by the Royal Horticultural Society to highlight the local horticultural talent we have throughout the town, if you would like to get involved or find out more information, click the link.

Blyth in Bloom - Blyth Town Council host a gardening competition within Blyth too, where you can show off your gorgeous gardens and your phenomenal allotment plots. Click the link for more information.

Northumberland Live - Blyth Town Council host a local free music festival every year at Blyth beach, where thousands attend to see a fantastic headline act and a selection of local talented musicians, click the link for more info.

Easter Event - Every year Blyth hosts an Easter event, and this year it was held in Ridley Park and featured an easter egg hunt and many other fun things for the family, to take a look back you can view the pictures in the gallery by clicking here.

Christmas Event - Blyth Town Council host the Christmas Light Switch On every year, when we find out more please see the ‘Event News’ below for more information, or check out previous year by clicking here.

Blyth Carnival - Blyth hosted its Carnival for the first time in years, and you can read all about it in the Events News below.

Other Events - To find out about the local events throughout the town please click the link.

 

Events News

 

BRINGING BACK BLYTH CARNIVAL

Headway Arts this summer worked with Blyth Town Council to bring back the Blyth Community Carnival. Click here to see the poster!

Headway Arts aimed 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.

On 26 August 2017 there was a Community Carnival Parade to Blyth Market Place which kicked off an afternoon programme of performance on the community stage and around the market place. Blyth hosted the very best of dance, music, circus and street theatre from an array of regional artists. There was an international market and the afternoon was finished with rock-a-billy and lindy hop dancing with Anth Purdy.

People of Blyth this was your event and without your help it never would’ve happened!