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Welcome to the Belford Village website.

Thu 5th May

Belford Classic Car Show 2016

What a fabulous day to be in Belford on Sunday 24th April to enjoy it's Classic Car show. There was a tremendous turn out with a wide variety of vehicles coming from near and far. The show is in its second year with many owners returning to show off their pride and joys.

There were three competition categories this year with the following vehicles being chosen by Mike Briant of the Northumbria Blood Bikes -
Best Classic Example : Malcom Stawart (The Morpeth Milkman) with his Bedford CA
Best Original Classic: Judith Rachel McClaren with her Volvo P1800
Best Overall: Steve Handley with his Mark 1 Ford Capri 3000E

The main object of the day was to raise some money for Northumbria Blood Bikes and The Great North Air Ambulance, so it's great news that on the day £600.00 was raised!

If anyone would like more information or would like to enter for next year, details can be found on Facebook page cheviotclassics or by e-mailing cheviotclassics@yahoo.co.uk.

Belford Parish Council Vacancy

There is currently a vacancy for a Parish Councillor for Belford Ward, if you are interested in joining Belford Parish Council please contact Parish Clerk Isabel Hunter e-mail : isabel.hunter31@btinternet.com

Schools concert a success

On Friday 1st April 60 children and 20 adults arrived in Belford from Kent to join with the orchestra of St. Mary's C of E middle school to put on 'A Feast of Music for Easter' and what a feast it was.The pupils from St. Fidelis Primary school in Kent had brought a full band of steel pans, a choir and instruments ranging from French horns to cellos.

This special joining together of two church schools from opposite ends of the country resulted in a night of friendship, fellowship and a wealth of musical talent. The St. Mary's orchestra was augmented by past pupils who came along to play their instruments.

Visiting Belford

Belford is an ancient village situated in North Northumberland. In the centre of the village you will find Market Square and its medieval cross.

Belford is a thriving community with a large number of community clubs, societies, a host of local businesses and many places to stay for your visit.

Situated in the North Northumberland countryside, Belford is great for cycling or walking holidays and is just a short distance from the Northumberland coast and the coastal villages of Bamburgh (5 miles) and Seahouses (8.5 miles).

The Holy Island of Lindisfarne can be seen from the top of the north bank (see photo at top of page) and is within easy reach of Belford.

There are many golf courses in and around north Northumberland, including the 9 hole golf course at the Belford Golf Club.

The village is just off the A1, 15 miles South of Berwick and 50 miles North of Newcastle, and is served by the 501/505 Arriva bus service which runs between Newcastle Haymarket Bus Station and Berwick Rail Station via Alnwick and the coast.

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Why visit Belford? We hope that by exploring the links above you will see something of the beauty of "The Secret Kingdom". Belford is an ideal base for those wishing to explore the rich history of the area, to fish, to play golf, to walk or simply to relax soaking up the beautiful landscapes ranging from sandy beaches through wild moorland to the splendour of the Cheviots hills.

Belford Community Group Shop


Belford Community Group Shop

11-13 High Street, Belford, Northumberland, NE70 7NG. Phone : 07597927105


click here to visit our Belford Community Group Shop webpage.



Garfield Weston Foundation

Community Shop Extension sponsored by Garfield Weston Foundation.


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