Seaton Valley

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Seaton Valley
Seaton Delaval Hall 03.jpg
Seaton Delaval Hall
Seaton Valley is located in Northumberland
Seaton Valley
Seaton Valley
 Seaton Valley shown within Northumberland
Population 15,049 (2001)
OS grid reference NZ265765
Civil parish Seaton Valley
Unitary authority Northumberland
Ceremonial county Northumberland
Region North East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town WHITLEY BAY
Postcode district NE25
Dialling code 0191
Police Northumbria
Fire Northumberland
Ambulance North East
EU Parliament North East England
UK Parliament Blyth Valley
List of places
UK
England
Northumberland

Coordinates: 55°04′55″N 1°35′10″W / 55.082°N 1.586°W / 55.082; -1.586

Seaton Valley is a civil parish in Northumberland, England. It was created following the abolition of the Borough of Blyth Valley in 2008. It has a population of 15,049.[1]

The boundaries of the parish are not identical to the former Seaton Valley Urban District, excluding Cramlington but including Hartley and Seaton Sluice, the part of the former Municipal Borough of Whitley Bay which had been included in Blyth Valley in 1974.

The villages within Seaton Valley are

  • Seaton Delaval
  • Holywell
  • Seghill
  • New Hartley
  • Seaton Sluice
  • Old Hartley

The local councillors for the Seaton Valley Parish council are

  • Darren Mullen (Labour) - Seaton Delaval / Seghill
  • Margaret Richards (Labour) - Seaton Delaval / Seghill
  • David Swinhoe (Labour) - Seaton Delaval / Seghill
  • Ann Stanners (Labour) - Holywell
  • Les Bowman (Labour) - Holywell
  • Bobby Nixon (Lib Dem) - Holywell
  • Barbara Swinhoe (Labour) - Hartley
  • Karen Collier (Labour) - Hartley
  • Susan Dungworth (Labour) - Hartley

In February 2010 Seaton Valley Radio launched, a community radio station for the people within Seaton Valley. It plays music requested by the people on Seaton Valley and even allows for residents to have their own slot to recordand have broadcast a one-off show.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Office for National Statistics : Census 2001 : Key Statistics : Usual Resident Population (KS01) Hartley; Holywell; Seaton Delaval; and Seghill wards. Retrieved 22 July 2010

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