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Welcome to the website of East Bedlington Parish Council

This website introduces you to the small team of dedicated Councillors and staff who make up East Bedlington Parish Council.

The Parish comprises the settlements of  North Blyth, Cambois, East Sleekburn, East Sleekburn East, Bedlington Station and Bedlington East.  For electoral purposes theParish is divided into two wards, Bedlington East and Sleekburn.

We strive, together with partners and agencies, to improve the quallity of life for those living and working in East Bedlington and to act as a strong voice for residents and local businesses. We are committed to driving forward regeneration whilst preserving and celebrating our rich heritage.


Notice of the Conclusion of Audit 31 March 2020

To view this statement please visit our Document Archive or click here


REPLACEMENT OUDOOR GYM EQUIPMENT

We know how much our outdoor gyms have been appreciated during the lockdown.  We have now replaced five pieces of equipment on Cambois Links.  We will shortly be installing signage offering guidance on using the equipment.  Please follow the guidance and help everyone to stay safe


 

 


TIER 4 PARISH OFFICE OPENING 

To enable us to comply with Tier 4 recommendations our staff will be mainly working from home. If you need to contact our team urgently during this period please use the following email addresses, which will be checked on a regular basis.  The office will be open each Wednesday from 10an until 12 noon. During this time you will be able to make Foodbank Donations and collect dog poo bags under the Green Dog Walker Scheme.

Contact details: Clerk@eastbedlingtonpc.org.uk  or Ronaldthornton@btconnect.com or jennytindale@btconnect.com  


JOBS BOOST for SLEEKBURN WARD

East Bedlington Parish Council welcome the news that an 8,000 jobs bonanza is heading to the region after the former Power Station site at Cambois was picked to become the UK’s first “gigaplant” to manufacture electric car batteries.
Britishvolt plans to invest £2.6bn in the site – the largest industrial investment in the North East since Nissan’s arrival in Sunderland in 1984 and one of the largest-ever UK investments.

Construction is poised to get under way next summer on the 230-acre site once occupied by Blyth Power Station. Once completed the huge 500m x 500m building will be the 16th biggest building in the world, and the fourth largest in the UK.

Parish Council Chairman, John Batey, welcomed the news, he said “East Bedlington Parish Council have continued to engage with all sectors to improve infrastructure, local services, housing and employment opportunities. We particularly welcome this announcement as the level of investment will significantly contribute to the
sustainability of the region and supports our commitment to achieving a greener, cleaner community.”

County Councillor Jeff Gobin added “This announcement is a fantastic boost for Sleekburn ward and south east Northumberland as a whole. Having suffered high levels of unemployment for a number of years this investment is something for our work ready communities to celebrate.”

The Parish Council offers its congratulations to everyone who played a part in bringing the investment to our community and look forward to sharing updates with you.

 


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