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BEDE ACADEMY ANNOUNCED AS EDUCATIONAL PARTNER AT THE ENERGY CENTRAL LEARNING HUB

24/05/2023

Bede Academy has been named as the first educational partner at Blyth’s new Energy Central Learning Hub, which is being delivered as part of the £70m Energising Blyth Programme to grow, renew and connect the town.

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PORT OF BLYTH ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING 2023 SUMMARY INFORMATION

12/05/2023

Port of Blyth held its Annual Public Meeting 2023 recently, hosting it in a hybrid format – in person and online. The Port welcomed all stakeholders to hear news of the Port’s performance in 2022 and its exciting plans for...

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PORT OF BLYTH FORMS PARTNERSHIP TO ELIMINATE FISHING NET POLLUTION

09/05/2023

Port of Blyth has partnered with Journey Blue and North Sea Rejects to eliminate fishing net pollution around the Blyth Estuary. Journey Blue's Net Collect Programme provides fishermen access to a free fishnet waste disposal facility to keep fishing nets from being discarded at sea or in landfill.

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BRIGHT FUTURE AHEAD AS PORT OF BLYTH HAILS 2022 AS ANOTHER RECORD YEAR

25/04/2023

The Port of Blyth has announced record financial results and several landmark achievements for 2022 at its recent Annual Public Meeting. Overall Group turnover grew to £30.4 million, breaking the record for the second year running. Turnover increased by 19.2% compared to the previous year, whilst group operating profit grew by 72% to £3.7 million.

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PORT OF BLYTH WELCOMES STAKEHOLDERS TO JOIN ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING 2023

03/04/2023

Port of Blyth is to host its Annual Public Meeting 2023 as a hybrid event, offering stakeholders the chance to attend in person or online, to ensure that it remains an event open to all.

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Meet David Innes: Our longest-serving employee of 50 years!

13/03/2023

Currently working within the Port of Blyth's marine department as a Relief Skipper and Marine Supervisor, David has had a full and varied career, seeing the Port grow from one of the largest paper terminals in the UK to rapidly expanding into container handling, plywood, project cargo, coal and other dry bulk commodities to a new beginning within the energy sector as the Port became of one the leading Offshore Energy bases.  As we celebrate David's 50 years of service, we took a deep dive into David's career to discover what made the Port of Blyth the employer of choice for him for so many years. 

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