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Blyth Valley

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Sovereign state  United Kingdom
Region  North East England
Founded  1 April 1974
Area  70.36 kmĀ²
Constituent country  England
Administrative county  Northumberland
Abolished  1 April 2009
Administrative center  Blyth
Blyth Valley

Blyth Valley was a Local government district and borough in south-east Northumberland, England, bordering the North Sea and Tyne and Wear. The two principal towns were Blyth and Cramlington. Other population centres include Seaton Delaval, and Seaton Sluice.


The borough was formed on 1 April 1974 by the merger of the borough of Blyth, Seaton Valley urban district, and part of the borough of Whitley Bay.

The district council was abolished as part of the 2009 structural changes to local government in England effective from 1 April 2009 with responsibilities being transferred to Northumberland County Council, a unitary authority.

Important parts of Blyth Valley

  • Blyth Community Hospital and Health Centre
  • Small Shopping Mall
  • Blyth Market Place
  • Important Personalities of Blyth Valley

  • Ronnie Campbell MP
  • Dr Joe Ghosh Medical Practitioner
  • Mr Harland Writer
  • Late Mr Eddie Ferguson
  • References

    Blyth Valley Wikipedia

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