Helping Prudhoe thrive.

Prudhoe business & Community groups big or small are so vital to the wider community.

We are keen to help promote these in any way we can & are progressing from our very popular social media promotions with photographs to using 20 second (ish) video recordings.

If you are involved in a Prudhoe Business / community groups and would like support by us promoting a video on our social media platforms please get in touch with your County Councillors Gordon & Ken.

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Could Prudhoe be more user friendly ?

How user friendly is Prudhoe for people in wheel chairs or with reduced mobility.

How easily can people access shop / business premises ?

How can we help people get around the town and #PrudhoeBusinesssupport every potential customer ?

If you or anyone you know has either experienced issues or you have any ideas how the situation could be improved please contact your County Councillor via e mail or call into the Prudhoe Community Partnership Office.




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Arch issues

Page updated 19/1/2018

Northumberland County Council is the sole shareholder in Arch.

NCC Website re Arch – Click here

Chronicle report August 2017 (Re Directors suspended) Click here

Chronicle report  October 2017 Click here

Northumberland Gazette Article December 2017 Click here 

The Times January 6th 2018 (RE Ashington Town FC ) Click here

The Times 13th January 2018 (Re Arch Boss House purchase) Click here  

The Chronicle (Re Arch boss house purchase ) dated Jan 2018 Click here




There is no such thing as public money, there is only taxpayers money.

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Employment Opportunities

If you are involved in a business in or around Prudhoe and an employment opportunity arises please let us know and we would be pleased to advertise it via our social media platforms.


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Eastwoods Park


The old bowls pavillion in Eastwood Park has stood empty for far too long. Please leave a comment with what you would like to see the building used for to bring new life into the building and park.
Are you involved with a group etc that would like to consider using it ?

The Park is thought to be 100 yr old this year

Hexham Courant coverage – Click here


Contact us with your views.

Moor Road Street Lighting

Street lighting Moor Road #Prudhoe

Following on from discussions with residents who raised concerns regarding the lack of street lighting along Moor Road ( bet Moor Grange & Humbles Wood)
A petition was electronically signed by many residents who wished to have street lighting installed.

The grounds were mainly based upon health & safety and also safeguarding.

On Tuesday 9th January 2018 the petition was submitted to the Tynedale Local Area Council and a detailed presentation was made by the lead petitioner.

The request for lighting was supported by Gordon & Ken

An NCC officer provided a report which showed that the cost of 15 street lights and columns with led lanterns would be £37,500

Gordon added information to the request to say that no contribution from the developers was asked for re lighting at the planning stage and gave an outline of a series of issues that he had ‘inherited ‘ relating to the construction site which he was dealing with.

He went onto say that he was so concerned about the issues that he had taken the Leader of NCC Cllr Peter Jackson to the area to ask for his support.

Cllr Jackson was at the LAC and was supportive of the application.

Some residents have said that they were told the work was to be carried out a long time ago but Gordon explained he could not find anything to back this up.

The Councillors present agreed to the application and requested that the work be carried out.

The time scale will have to be finalised and a contribution from Gordon & Kens annual allowance may be needed to support the work.

Getting a fair share for Tynedale !!