About The Council

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Youth Directory

Are you between 11 and 18 years of age? Is there something you need help with, or maybe you would like to share your views on what is happening in your local community relating to the services that your Council can help with?

To see a list of our services (play areas etc.) please scroll down the page.

To search our online Youth Services directory to see what is available from providers in Blyth click here - Search The Blyth Youth Services Directory

If however you fall outside of the age groups above and you have concerns with anything that Northumberland County Council can help you with please click here to visit NCC(opens in new window) If it is anything Blyth Town Council can help you with please click here

Northumberland County Council

Do you know that Northumberland County Council have a Youth Parliament. This is a national body that aims to improve the lives of young people and give them a voice. If you would like to know more about the Youth Parliament, Click Here for the Youth-Cabinet (Opens in a new window)

Alongside this is the UK's National Youth Parliament Make Your Mark - this gives young people in the UK the chance to contribute on the biggest issues facing young people. For further information please Click Here to view Make Your Mark (Opens in a new window)

Details of your County Councillors are listed below.

Councillor Political Party Ward Contact
Eileen Cartie Labour Wensleydale Email
Kath Nisbet Labour Croft Email
Margaret Richardson Labour Cowpen Email
Anna Watson Labour Isabella Email
Daniel Carr Conservative South Blyth Email
Wojciech Ploszaj Conservative Kitty Brewster Email
Jeff Reid Liberal Democrats Plessey Email
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The County Council deal with wider ranging issues which are more on a national basis. Examples would include:

Mental Health Issues
Future Employment
Drug Awareness
Climate Change
End Poverty
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Blyth Town Council

If you have an issue that you would like to raise with the Council, or report a problem, online forms can be accessed via our website or Facebook by Clicking Here - you will see there is a box to click which says, "Report a Problem".

Alternatively, you may wish to speak to your local Councillor - details of your Town Councillors can be found by Clicking Here

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Blyth Town Council are responsible for services more local to the Town:
Examples would include:

Play Areas
Bus Shelters
Litter Collection
Delivery of Events including Blyth Live, Fireworks and Christmas Lights Switch on.

Further information on our services can be found by Clicking Here