Site Plan Legend
1. LOCAL HOUSING
The South Shore housing development by Persimmon Homes offers 399 homes, providing a range of 2-4 bedroom accommodation.
2. THE PORT OF BLYTH
Is a leading offshore energy support base and important hub for movement of wide ranging cargoes - with around 500 employees located onsite.
3. DAVE STEPHENS CENTRE
Offering local facilities including a cafe, WCs and home to Blyth Lifeguard and Swimming Club.
4. ICE CREAM AND FISH & CHIPS
Coastline, Fish & Chip Restaurant and Ciccarelli.
5. ROAD NETWORK
A193 Department of transport annual average daily flow 2018 - 12,434.
A1061 Department of transport annual average daily flow 2018 - 14,989.
6. BEACH HUT
Visitors are able to make the most of the surroundings by renting one of the fabulous beach huts on the promenade.
7. FREE PARKING
Over 250 Vehicle spaces.
8. BLYTH BATTERY WAR MUSEUM
Is one of the most complete coastal defence batteries built in 1916 to defend the port of Blyth during WWI and WWII.
9. NCN ROUTE 1
Part of the National Cycle Network (NCN) Route 1. 1264m of path connecting the White Cliffs of Dover with the most northerly tip of the Scottish Highlands.