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  • The Green Dog Walker Campaign

    The Green Dog Walkers Responsible Dog Ownership Campaign On the 3rd July 2017 Northumberland County Council will be launching a new Campaign to promote responsible dog ownership in Northumberland. At the core of the campaign is…

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  • PARKING FOR CHARITY?

    Cllr Nic Best, Mayor of Morpeth, has produced a special new limited edition “Morpeth” parking disk for sale in aid of the Mayor’s Charity – Wansbeck Valley Food Bank. Nic says: “For just £1 – the…

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  • Pass It On Tour

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  • Sunday 28th May 2017

    Well, I’ve been pretty busy mayoring all week – and a common theme seems to have been the strong sense of community (or perhaps communities) in Morpeth. Wednesday was the midpoint of “Love Your Local Market”…

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  • ESSENTIAL GAS MAINS REPLACEMENT WORKS IN MORPETH TOWN CENTRE

    The North of  England’s gas distributor, Northern Gas Networks (NGN), will soon be starting essential work to replace the ageing metallic gas mains in Bridge Street and Oldgate, Morpeth. They will be replacing 550 metres of…

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  • MESSAGE FROM NORTHUMBRIA POLICE

    We know our communities will be concerned following the tragic events in Manchester overnight which has seen 22 people killed and many more injured.  The incident is being treated as terrorism by Greater Manchester Police.  The…

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  • Friday 19th May 2017

    Thanks to everyone who has sent their congratulations and good wishes for my second Mayoral year. It is an honour and a privilege to be chosen to be Mayor of Morpeth – and doubly so to…

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  • Meals on Wheels

    Meals on wheels

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  • Morpeth St. Georges Community Players

    St Georges Players

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  • MORPETH MEMORABILIA

    Purchase a little bit of your own Morpeth memorabilia from Morpeth Town Hall, Market Place, Morpeth. Turners’ Herball Morpeth Town Council is the home to the original 1551 first edition of William Turners’ A New Herball….

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