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Port of Blyth Community Partnerships

Back to School for Port Community Partnerships


Port of Blyth have begun the new year by supporting two projects with schools in Blyth – both as a result of community partnerships: Bringing Education and Industry Together Pupils from two local schools – Malvins Close Primary Academy and...

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Port Training Chinese visit

Blyth Port Training Expertise Key To Chinese Visit


A delegation of education and training leaders from China’s Ningbo region – home to the busiest port in the world – have visited Blyth as part of a fact finding mission to the UK. The trip is the latest stage in...

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Northumbria University visit

Northumbria University & Port Partnership Kicks Off


A new partnership between Northumbria University and Port of Blyth has been launched – taking the number of leading North East further education organisations currently working with the Port to three. Following on from the launch of the Blyth Education...

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Port of Blyth Christmas Appeal


This Christmas the Port will be supporting the Blyth based charitable organisation Bliss Mediation who support families in our community that are in need of support and assistance. At Christmas time, Bliss ensure that children and young people who may...

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Port plays leading role in China visit


Port of Blyth has played a key role in the formation of a potential port training partnership between the UK and China – working with the Association of Colleges and the British Council, the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations...

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Training and schools meeting

Training & Careers High on the Port Agenda


Employers, training providers and teachers in Blyth met recently at the Port to outline their commitment to working more closely together to prepare today’s school pupils for their future careers. The seminar called Bringing Education and Industry Together was held at...

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