Seaton Valley Council works in partnership with Active Northumberland to provide a range of activities for young people and adults in the Valley. There are regular weekly activities and FREE sports camps during the school holidays.
For more details use the links below:
Easter Holidays 2019
There are Sports Camps in all of the villages during the Easter holidays that are all FREE to attend. More information on the dates, times and venues is available here….
You can also view the full Active Northumberland Easter Holiday Programme here….
- Valley Moves 2019
- Over 50s Activities
- Tot Shots Beginners Football (3-4 yrs)
- Tot Shots Advanced Football (5-7 yrs)
The Council also works in partnership with Northumberland County Council Youth Service to provide activities for young people. Youth clubs are on:
- Tuesday 6.30-8.30 pm – Astley High School, Seaton Delaval
- Wednesday 6.30-8.30 pm – Seghill Scout Hut, Memorial Playing Fields
Cycling in Seaton Valley
There are a number of cycling routes that pass through Seaton Valley including part of the National Cycling Network Route 1.
The paths are a mixture of shared cycling and pedestrian paths and bridleways and are suitable for most cyclists to enjoy. As they are traffic-free they make an excellent and safe way to see some of the hidden parts of Seaton Valley.
Route details can be viewed below:
- National Cycling Network Route 1 – Blyth to Seaton Sluice & Old Hartley
- The Avenue Cycle Path – Seaton Sluice to Seaton Delaval
- The Waggonway Cycle Path – The Avenue to Whitley Bay
- Holywell Dene Cycle Path – Holywell Village to Seaton Sluice & Old Hartley
Health walks are designed to encourage you to make walking a regular part of your life.
Active Northumberland have got regular organised walks in the area including Seaton Sluice and Seghill. These walks are a great way to explore and enjoy the countryside, meet other people and help to stay healthy.
More information about the walks and how to book is available on the Active Northumberland website