Scaremongering afoot as MP denies Bebside station will be cut from plans
22 April 2021
The Minister of State for Transport, Chris Heaton-Harris, was in Blyth on Thursday 22nd April to meet with Blyth Valley MP Ian Levy.
In a statement following an article reporting that the planned bebside station was to be dropped, the minister stated that Bebside is still part of the bigger picture.
Port of Blyth at heart of Clean Energy Revolution
11 February 2021
Port of Blyth has announced the launch of its Bates Clean Energy Terminal, which offers enhanced facilities and the opportunity for low-carbon focused investment and innovation.
See the video of the expansion plans here.
Blyth remains in Tier 3
17 December 2020
People have been urged to scale back their Christmas festivities as health leaders warned the Government not to move areas out of Tier 3 measures “prematurely”. These warnings appear to have been heard as Blyth and the North East remain in the highest tier until the new year.
More funding awarded to Blyth project
09 December 2020
Northumberland County Council’s decision-making cabinet agreed to provide an additional £455,000, taking the overall project cost to £1.3million, so that pedestrian improvements to Wanley and Church Streets can be included as well.
Energising Blyth - New Survey
08 December 2020
Northumberland County Council has today launched it's latest consultation for the Blyth Town Deal project.
Residents are encouraged to review the existing survey and take part in the December Survey before it is submitted to the government in January 2021.
Santa Claus is coming to Blyth
26 November 2020
Plans are in place for Santa to visit children on a sleigh parade around the streets of Blyth.
Blyth Town Council are hoping to bring festive cheer to the town with a visit from Santa, who is due to take part in a special parade so children can see him and he can wave to them.