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Tue 21st October


Today

4.00 pm

St. Marys Church

Quiet Time 4 - 4.30pm

Today

6.30 pm

Ferguson Hall

N.K.F.A. Fung Fu Club
Children (under 13) : 6.30pm - 7.30pm : £3.00
Adults (13+) : 7.30pm - 9.00pm : £5.00
Contact us on 07903716469 if you're interested in coming along.


If you´re holding an event around the village of Belford that is not on the site send it in by using the Future Event Form & spread the word.


Home From Hospital Food Pack

It's great news that you're being discharged from hospital! And we wondered if we could help you in your first days back at home? The last thing you need to think about is going shopping for food and we can help by providing you with a pack of food to tide you over those first few days - tinned and fresh food.

If you'd like us to deliver a pack to you, then please call us on 01668 219220 or 01668 219538 and we'll arrange a delivery. Or have a health professional, relative or friend call us for you. And if you have special dietary requirements. then let us know. And if you have a cat or a dog, then don't forget them! We'll include a can or two for them too!

THIS SERVICE IS FREE

Paul Harrison posted on Mon 20th October 2014


Mega Christmas Raffle 2014

Get your tickets now or take some books away to sell on our behalf (Let Reception know). Win a Sunday Lunch for Two at The Pack Horse Ellingham Drinks Hamper Christmas Cake Upright Steam Mop plus many other prizes.

Drawn on Friday December 5th at 1 1.45am At our Christmas Fair Many Thanks

Paul Harrison posted on Mon 20th October 2014


Belford Co-op community planters project

A new project was completed in October, 2014. Belford Co-op allocated some money to a community planters project. This money bought timber for the five new wooden flower troughs in place along the burn side of the Co-op store.

Eric Gassner and Les Carr built the planters during the summer and they were duly installed beside the Co-op. Steven Birdsall kindly donated all of the gravel which was spread evenly around the planters by some of the Year 8 pupils from St. Mary's Middle School in Belford.

The Co-op supplied some compost and the rest of the compost and all of the winter flowers were bought by Belford Community Group. We needed an expert and Caroline Cook, who looks after the planters in the Market Place and others besides, gave a second group of pupils instruction on how to plant and dead head the flowers. Bulbs were also planted to come up in the spring of next year. A good time was had by all.

A sign will be erected to mark the occasion and it is hoped that the staff from the Co-op and the pupils will be able to maintain a colourful display for all to enjoy throughout the years ahead.

More photos to come ......

Eric Gassner posted on Thu 9th October 2014


Belford Burn Wind Farm Was Refused, Unanimously.

We are delighted to tell you that last night, BELFORD BURN WIND FARM WAS REFUSED, UNANIMOUSLY.

Phil McCarthy made a good presentation and recommended refusal.
Our Chairman Chris Craddock, Brenda Stanton, Chair of Belford Parish Council, The National Trust and John Woodman, AONB all made excellent presentations. We thank them all.

The Councillors refused this application on major issues, and preservation of this special coastline was high on their agenda. Views from the coast are clearly very important.

The local opposition was praised, and the large attendance at the NCC meeting in Belford last November was very much noted. Thank you all for turning out that night and indeed, for all your objection letters, and the many MANY other ways that you have contributed to this proposal being refused.

We cannot be complacent. Energie Kontor have a reputation of appealing everything and they have six months to do so. Your committee will be considering this.
Air Farmers, the Middleton Burn developers, are still in the side lines. They will be noting this outcome, and we could be facing an application from them... or not!

We are also delighted for those at Netherwitton, who also had their application refused unanimously.

Susan Wilson posted on Wed 8th October 2014




Parish Council Vacancy

Belford Parish Council currently have vacancies for Parish Councillors. The Parish Council meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 7pm in Bell View Resource Centre. If you are interested please contact the Clerk Isabel Hunter e-mail address isabel.hunter31@btinternet.com for further details

Isabel Hunter posted on Tue 7th October 2014




Please use the Recent Event Form to send news of any recent events you´ve been to or have held around the village of Belford.



What's happening in the coming week


Wed 22nd October

10.00 am

Bell View Centre

Savvy Surfer Sessions (Weekly drop in session 10am - Midday).
Over 50? Want to make the most of your phone, tablet or laptop computer? Join us. No experience needed, equipment provided, learn with others in a fun and relaxed environment.
£2 per session (includes tea/coffee). For more information phone 01668 219220.


Wed 22nd October

5.15 pm

St Marys Middle School

Meet the Playbus at Belford Middle School Playground.

5.15pm till 7pm. For children 7 years and over.


Thu 23rd October

8.00 pm

The Black Swan

Quiz Night. Money to NE Air Ambulance. All welcome.


Fri 24th October

7.00 pm

Bell View Centre

Pie & Peas and Quiz Night. Teams of up to 5. Wine and soft drinks available. Raffle. Entr fee including Pie & Peas and Quiz Night. Tickets from reception.




This site is designed for use by all members of the Belford Community. Whether you're a Resident, run a Group, Club, Charity or Business, everyone is welcome to share local events and messages as well as getting the word out about your particular interest.

If you run a local Group, Club, Charity or Business in Belford and would like to be added to this site or a link to your website putting on please contact me with the information.

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