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The Northumberland Miners' Picnic 2017 will take place on Saturday 10 June.
The event will take place at Woodhorn Museum, just off the A189 in Ashington, from 10am till 5.00pm and promises to be another great occasion.
The event this year w
Arch Northumberland requires additional support across all trades to repair and maintain their rapidly growing property portfolio across Northumberland.
They have organised events across Northumberland for contractors and tradespeople including an
Northumbria Police introduces Sue Fryer, Ashington’s recently appointed Neighbourhood Inspector.
In her new role the Inspector highlights a revised operating model focussing on the ‘Four Pillars of Neighbourhood Policing’ with cl
Bothal Primary School in Ashington took part in the Great British Spring Clean in early March and collected more bags of rubbish than any other group.
The School has been awarded a super bin for their efforts. The bins are a toolbox for a par
An ongoing programme of improvement work to the town’s allotment sites and bus shelters is on-going with more work planned to take place in coming months.
Ashington Town Council has the statutory duty to provide allotments in the town, which
Ashington man Mr William Mason celebrated his 100th birthday today.
On behalf of Ashington Town Council and residents of the town Ashington's Deputy Mayor, Cllr. Victor Bridges, called to see William to wish him a very happy birthday