Welcome to blythtown.net

A website dedicated to promoting Blyth town and the surrounding area that is Blyth Valley. The site has been created for the use of the community as part of the Blyth New Media Project led by Blyth Valley Enterprise Ltd "BVEL" - a Blyth Development Trust. For more information on the project or how you can get involved please use the contact form at the bottom this page.

#BLYTHSHOUTOUT New Website Launched. Be part of the Movement!! Community news - Punch Drunk Academy held the first of three Halloween special comedy nights in Blyth last night. Another huge success. Tickets are still available for Bedlington and Ashington. Click here to visit Punch Drunk Comedy Facebook page for more information. | Local News - Northumberland County Council move forward with feasibility study on the Ashington, Blyth and Tyne railway line | Still need wristbands for the Blyth Town Council Fireworks and Lighting event on Blyth Quayside Sunday 1st November? - Details on where to get them are online here. | Miracle Blyth boy Cole Taylor gets surprise from Tim Krul after paddling pool collapse.


Under Development

The new site was launched on 19th October 2015. Much more is planned and currently being tested. Please feel free to leave any feedback via the form at the bottom of the page and if we are missing something we'll aim to put it right.

Blyth Public Information

Need to speak to the police, the local doctors surgery or to contact the towns long serving MP Ronnie Campbell? A list of Emergency contacts and public services for Blyth can be found here. More will be added as information is verified.


Blyth Town Network is a site that has been running for over a decade with the aim of signposting people around the seaside town of Blyth. Part of a community effort to raise the profile of the town we intend to keep this up to date with as much positive news as possible.

What We Offer

The project is a new and unique idea that has the backing of the councils and the support of various partners. More information will be revealed as and when agreements are fully in place.

Advertise Here

Want to post useful information on this website? As the project is run by a not for profit organisation (BVEL) a percentage of sponsorship will go back into the project to develop it further. If you are a business in Blyth, get in touch with us at blythtown.net through our contact form and we'll help raise your profile too. With over 4k visitors per month, why wait?

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Other ways to reach us

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  • Phone

    01670 542854

  • Mailing Address

    Suite G10, Blyth CEC
    Ridley Street, Blyth
    Northumberland, NE24 3AG