also benefitted from the relatively cheap price holiday-goers pay to stay in the town.
"The town centre cannot physically cope with all the people who are going to live in Amble
But not in Amble
. Here people have spent more than 20 years turning around both the town itself and perceptions of it, with those two efforts sustaining each other.
Ashington RAOB (white shirts) beat Amble
Tavern 2-1 in the Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League.
"The Cock & Bull will bring something fresh to Amble
, with new restaurants opening, it'll complement the current quality dining scene that Amble
is developing a fantastic reputation for."
They feature brilliant archive pictures not just of Amble
, but of near-by places like Warkworth, Chevington, Broomhill, Red Row, Hauxley, Shilbottle, Seahouses, Craster, Beadnell, Alnmouth, Radcliffe, Chevington, Red Row and Acklington.
Paul Muers netted twice as Alnwick Town Development Squad put six past Bedlington Seniors "A", while Amble
Masons had Jacob Wallace , Michael Wallace and Joseph Flanighan scoring in their win at Ashington Town.
The whimsical tale follows Bramble as he visits nearby Amble
, home to the annual puffin festival where copies of the book are one of many attractions on offer to visitors to Britain's 'Friendliest Port.'
Craster/Embleton United shared six goals and the points with Amble
Harbour Village combines a celebration of Northumberland's rich seafood with a raft of new arts, crafts and gift shops.
Ken's Auto Parts, close to Blyth town centre, was established in 1977 - and was joined by Ken's Auto Parts in Church Road, Amble
, 10 years later.
Newcastle United Foundation claimed the cup honours ahead of Amble
THE assurance of jobs to be delivered by Northumberland Arch's retail proposal for Amble
is as reassuring as the stranded sailors on an ice floe shouting "we are saved, here comes the Titantic".
The Academy, which offers football coaching for children aged between four and 13, has spread its wings - and evolved into the new Amble
East End Football Club.
It was Amble
, a town that many even in the North East would not exactly have top of their list for a destination on a summer day out.