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04 June 2021 Council News

Virtual Tour of LV50

Royal Northumberland Yacht Club have been busy creating a “virtual” tour of LV50 and also linking with local schools to create some really exciting online learning opportunities that are aligned to the national curriculum.  RNYC took the opportunity to inform the National Historic Ships organisation and we are really excited that we have won the award of a Flagship of the Year 2021.

 

The link to the tour is  https://friendsoflv50.org.uk/tour.htm

 

The Primary school learning resources are available from our website. https://friendsoflv50.org.uk/learning-resources/  

 

This facility substantially enhances and expands the opportunities for all visitors to understand and experience our Historic Ship. It represents a huge repository of information available not just to local people but anyone anywhere with internet access. The tour and the associated learning experience have been an innovative response to the pandemic that has opened up new ways of engaging learners and communities as well as greatly enhancing the options for those with mobility difficulties that will live on beyond Covid 19. The blend of digital and physical engagement has greatly enhanced the educational and information impact - i.e. access to the remote resource in advance of a visit and/or accessing the remote resource to embed and extend the visit experience. . We anticipate this resource will generate greater footfall and enjoyment, both virtual and real.

 

https://friendsoflv50.org.uk/tour.htm


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    01 June 2021 Council News

    Blyth in Bloom 2021

    We are pleased to confirm that entries are now open for the 2021 Blyth in Bloom competition.

     

    Blyth in Bloom Information Poster 2021

    The closing date for applications is Friday 9 July.

     

    Entrants will be contacted regarding the judging arrangements which will be dependent on any Covid restrictions that might be in place at the time.

     

    Click here for an entry form (Opens in a new window)

     

    Return completed entry forms:

     

    via email to info@blythtowncouncil.org.uk 

     

    via post to Blyth Town Council, Arms Evertyne House, Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2AS.

     

    Click here to read the full poster (Opens in a new window)


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    25 May 2021 Council News

    FREE Sports Sessions - Ability2Play

    Ability2Play will be back at at Blyth Rugby/Cricket club delivering multi sports sessions.

     

    Tuesday 1st June 2pm-4pm

    Thursday 3rd June 2pm-4pm.

     

    Blyth Town Council have funded these sessions and they are completely FREE of charge to you!

     

    However, you MUST book a place. Spaces are limited and will go quickly.

     

    You can book your place by emailing ronnie.scheu@northumberland.gov.uk

     

    Fingers crossed for the weather.

     

    #A2P #keepsmiling


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    21 May 2021 Council News

    Bowes Street Preliminary Works

    £1.3m Northern Gateway Phase 1 Project - Preliminary works for this project are getting underway removing existing concrete planters on Bowes Street this Sunday May 23rd for two days.

     

    This project will improve the look and feel of Bowes Street, Wanley Street and Church Street. This is the first project in the Energising Blyth Regeneration Programme aiming to revitalise the town centre.

     

    The project is a partnership scheme delivered and funded by the County Council, Blyth Town Council, with support from the Government’s Accelerated Towns Fund.

     

    https://www.northumberland.gov.uk/News/2021/May/Preliminary-works-starting-on-Blyth-improvement-sc.aspx?fbclid=IwAR1JK6zzE6gMe4svWnAE5wiTCiYvkgj165wyS9whffiOt1xHcQxw2RjZcdE


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    08 May 2021 Council News

    Elected Candidates for Blyth Town Council

    ✅ YOUR NEW ELECTED TOWN COUNCILLORS ✅

     

    Congratulations to all 16 elected candidates for Blyth Town Council. The official vote results can be viewed on NCC’s website.

     

    Cowpen Ward - Aileen Barrass, Brian Erskine

     

    Croft Ward -  Kathleen (Kath) Nisbet, Margaret Richardson

     

    Isabella Ward - Anna Watson, John Potts

     

    Kitty Brewster Ward - James Grant Davey, Susan Davey

     

    Newsham Ward - Clifford (Cliff) Humphrey, Martin Robson

     

    Plessey Ward - Jeff Reid, Sandra Stanger

     

    South Blyth Ward - Daniel James Carr, Caitlin Elizabeth Jones

     

    Wensleydale Ward - Adrian Cartie, Warren Taylor

     

    Official notices of election can be viewed here - https://www.northumberland.gov.uk/elections.aspx


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