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  1. Consultation is underway on a proposal to extend the age ranges of two schools in the town.
  2. Consultation on a proposal to extend the age ranges of two schools in the town.
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    Special event for Bedlington dog lovers

    Northumberland County Council is running a Green Dog Walkers event at Gallagher Park, Bedlington on Saturday 4 May.
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    Landlord prosecuted for illegal eviction

    A private landlord has been ordered to pay £545 in fines and costs after unlawfully evicting a tenant.
  5. A new cultural fund for event organisers in Northumberland is now live for applications.
  6. Tributes have been paid to Holywell councillor Bernard Pidcock MBE, who died at the weekend.
  7. Morpeth is set for up to £18m investment in a new leisure centre.
  8. A planning document that will shape the future of Northumberland up to 2036 and beyond was agreed by the full county council yesterday.
  9. Northumberland has won Gold at the British Travel Awards and picked up the coveted title of “Best UK Holiday County/Destination of the Year”.
  10. Northumberland Libraries is encouraging residents to make the most of the internet as part of national Get Online Week from October 15 - October 21.
  11. ​Northumberland County Council have published revised budget proposals for 2019-2022 following Cabinet approval.
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    Changes to bin collections

    Changes to bin collection days for more than 27,000 residents are being introduced in the county.
  13. Northumberland County Council today confirmed that they will build a stand-alone leisure centre in Berwick, separate to the planned new hospital. Councillor Peter Jackson, Leader of Northumberland County Council said: “The feedback from the people of Berwick is clear - they don’t want a co-located site - and we’re acting on that. “We’re fully committed to making sure Berwick gets the very best, and I have promised that the County Council will build a brand new state of the art leisure facility on the Swan Centre site. We will keep our promise, and continue to listen to our residents through the planning stages.” This announcement replaces previous plans for a joint site. Integrated and coordinated working will proceed where appropriate, but all the services will not be co-located on one site. This followed strong representations by the three Berwick county councillors and the wider community. Following requests by the three local councillors, additional investment is also being considered for a potential extra care development alongside the new hospital. This would support provision of services to vulnerable and older people in Berwick. Peter Jackson added: “After 50 years of inaction in Berwick, there will be £45 million invested in the town – our own investment of £20 million in a brand new state of the art leisure centre, and £25 million has been passed onto the Northumbria Healthcare Trust.”
  14. Great Northumberland, a summer of free events across the county, finished on Saturday 1 September with a parade through the England’s most northerly town, Berwick-upon-Tweed followed by a concert which celebrated all facets of Northumberland, from the coast, to the hinterland, the people and the spirit.
  15. Double Olympic Decathlon champion, Daley Thompson CBE, will be guest of honour at the Active Northumberland Kielder Marathon.
  16. The deadline is looming for community groups, charities and young people in the county to apply for funding from a much valued community grant scheme.
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    Noisy neighbours silenced in Bedlington

    Officers from Northumberland County Council's Housing and Public Protection Service today (August 8) executed a warrant on an address in Bedlington to seize over 20 items including televisions, hifi systems, loudspeakers and musical instruments which were being used to cause a noise nuisance to neighbours both day and night.
  18. Two new Speed Indicator Display (SID) signs have been introduced on the C405 in Bedlington following a fatal road traffic collision in the area last year.
  19. Plessey Woods Country Park will be closed to vehicle access between Tuesday 10 and Thursday 12 of July to allow for essential repair work to be carried out to the main access road.
  20. A local referendum is set to be held on the Stannington Neighbourhood Plan.
  21. Exactly a year after local elections saw a change in administration in Northumberland, the leader of the County Council says he is proud of what’s been achieved over the past 12 months, with ambitious plans for the future.
  22. The deadline is looming for community groups, charities and young people in the county to apply for funding from a much valued community grant scheme.
  23. Plans to reinvigorate Bedlington town centre are moving to the next stage following funds being released by the board of Northumberland County Council's regeneration company for a multi-million pound redevelopment.
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    Easter bin collections

    Northumberland residents are reminded that all bin collections across the county will be one day late during the week of the Easter Monday bank holiday. Monday collections will take place on the Tuesday, Tuesday on the Wednesday, Wednesday on the Thursday and Thursday on Friday.All collections this week, beginning 26 March, are as normal.The day changes affect all collections, including recycling, general rubbish and garden waste.For more information about waste and recycling in Northumberland, including checking your collection days, visit www.northumberland.gov.uk/waste
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    Council welcomes further pothole funding

    The County Council has welcomed an extra £1.85m in government support to repair the county’s roads damaged by the winter weather.
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