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Work to Commence on Alexandra Road Play Area

Earlier in the year as part of the capital schemes agreed by Ashington Town Council, the redevelopment of the Alexandra Road Play Area was top of the list.


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Work to Commence on Alexandra Road Play Area





Trinity Church Summer Coffee Morning

A Summer Coffee Morning in support of church funds will be held in the Church Hall


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Trinity Church Summer Coffee Morning





Be Wildfire Aware This Summer

Wildfire risk remains high due to very dry vegetation.


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Be Wildfire Aware This Summer





Stop Loan Sharks

Borrowing from loan sharks can lead to disastrous consequences 😟


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Stop Loan Sharks





Planned level crossing works for new rail line

As work on the Northumberland Line rail project gathers pace, a number of road closures are taking place at level crossings over the coming months. 


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Planned level crossing works for new rail line





Recycle This Summer With The Co-op

With summer in full swing, it can be tempting (and easy!) to buy single-use plastics. But there are ways we can make the most of summer without impacting the planet


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Recycle This Summer With The Co-op





Northumberland CVA Are Looking For Volunteers

We are looking for volunteers in Ashington, Bedlington, Blyth, East Sleekburn, Newbiggin by the Sea and New Hartley areas t


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Northumberland CVA Are Looking For Volunteers





Ashington Rugby Cricket Club are bowled over by their new practice cage

Members of Ashington Rugby Cricket Club were delighted that the Town Council agreed a £2,000 Grant for the club, used to purchase a new mobile cricket cage.


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Ashington Rugby Cricket Club are bowled over by their new practice cage





A summer round-up from Ashington's Business Chair, Cllr Mark Purvis

As we all look forward to some much-needed rest and rejuvenation over the summer, it seemed like a good time to reflect on the productive months passed since we welcomed 2022.

Ashington Town Council has had a busy seven months, with lots to celebrate and even more to look forward to. What we as a Council describe as projects, actions, and initiatives, happen in addition to the normal work of the Council.


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A summer round-up from Ashington's Business Chair, Cllr Mark Purvis





Summer Holiday What's On

Looking for activities to fill in the school summer holidays?  


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Summer Holiday What's On





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