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Generous volunteers create fidget mats to help those living with dementia

Community volunteers have created and donated hand-made fidget mats to residents living with dementia in North Tyneside.

Councillor Judith Wallace, Councillor Pam McIntyre, Councillor George Westwater, Councillor Jane Shaw, Councillor Joe Kirwin, Norma Redfearn CBE, Elected Mayor, Councillor Paul Richardson, Councillor John O’Shea.

Whitley Bay prom revamp complete

Whitley Bay’s northern promenade has been given a makeover, creating a safer, more accessible...

Whitley Bay schools awarded Green Flag by Young Mayor

Young people from North Tyneside schools; Rockcliffe First School, Appletree Gardens First...

North Sea Weekender starts tomorrow

A festival of watersports, music and more returns to North Tyneside from tomorrow with a pop-up...

Believe in yourself – North Tyneside smokers encouraged to quit this Stoptober

Thousands of North East smokers will be giving it a go this week for the start of Stoptober.

Council and Police team up for ASB crackdown

A group of teenagers who engaged in ‘serious antisocial behaviour’ and car crime have received...

Headshot of Councillor Sandra Graham

Work starts on Four Lane Ends sustainable travel improvements

Journeys by bus, bike and foot in the Four Lane Ends area are set to be made easier thanks to...

local business owners with elected mayor Norma Redfearn holding 'ShopNT' sign

New ShopNT app links local businesses with customers

North Tyneside Council has launched a new way to shop for local products and services through a...

North Tyneside schools visited by 'Freda the Fish' to promote recycling

A sea life sculpture, composed of recycled materials, was displayed in North Tyneside...

World No Car Day in North Tyneside

World No Car Day invites opportunity to embrace sustainable travel

North Tyneside Council is encouraging people across the borough to leave their cars at home as part of a worldwide initiative.

 

What does culture mean to you? Have your say

North Tyneside residents are being asked ‘what does culture mean to you?’ as part of a project...

Council volunteers lend a hand at local Bread and Butter Thing hub

A North Tyneside Council contractor and local authority volunteers were part of the team...

Cabinet hears the achievements of ambitious council plan

A report to Cabinet last night detailed all of the significant progress that has been made to ensure North Tyneside is thriving, family-friendly, caring, secure and green.

North Tyneside Council launches 'warm welcome' grant scheme

A £30,000 grant fund has been launched this week to support community and voluntary organisations in the borough to establish ‘warm welcome’ sites.

North Sea Weekender festival is back

A festival of watersports returns to North Tyneside next month after making a splash last year...

Improvement work set to begin at Killingworth Library

Refurbishment work is set to take place at Killingworth Library at the White Swan Centre in...

Progress continues on Falmouth Road

Significant progress is being made as work continues to turn old garages into affordable, high-...

0-19 team join national pilot programme aiming to help new mams stay smoke-free

North Tyneside 0-19 team join national pilot programme aiming to help new mams stay smoke-free

BabyBreathe™ is a comprehensive package of support for local women.

Heritage Open Day events return to North Tyneside

Residents and visitors will have the opportunity to discover new places and explore some of...

North Shields Cultural Quarter open for business

The first phase of ambitious restoration work to North Shields town centre is now complete. ...

North Tyneside Council Crest

Improvements to signalised crossing points

North Tyneside Council is set to upgrade 10 signalised crossing points across the borough.

Ward map

Have your say on a new political map for the Council

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is undertaking an electoral review of the Council 

The Bread and Butter Thing opens three new food hubs in North Tyneside

North Tyneside has welcomed three new The Bread-and-Butter Thing hubs as the service expands across the borough.

Students celebrate GCSE results in North Tyneside

Young people in North Tyneside are taking the next steps into their future today after receiving...

Council seeks views on proposal to restrict certain activities on its land

North Tyneside Council is seeking views on a new policy which, if adopted, would restrict...

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