Walkway unveiled in memory of late borough councillor

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Seaton Sluice

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    News Post Leader, 29th August 2007. "The Seaton Sluice to Blyth coastal walkway has officially been named after former Mayor of Blyth Valley, the late Coun Eve Black. Current Mayor, Coun Cilla Isles and Mrs Black's sister, Pat Banks, performed the unveiling of the sign at the beginning of the walkway. It runs 3km along one of the most beautiful parts of the Northumberland coastline. At the time of the coastal path construction in 2000, Coun Black was a great campaigner for the scheme realising its great potential for the residents of Blyth Valley as well as visitors from further afield....."
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    Link: https://www.newspostleader.co.uk/news/walkway-unveiled-in-memory-of-late-borough-councillor-1-1622072
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