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Members of Amble East End FC's junior and over-40s sections with coach Josh Rutherford (centre of middle row)
But Amble Speedy, towards the rear for most of the trip, arrived with a well-timed challenge approaching the final fence.
I'm looking forward to the Alberta Health Services team setting a brisk December pace, and helping make the 10th Anniversary of Amble with Angus become the best fundraising event it can be.
When the farm shop closed he moved with his family to Amble, and thanks to Mr S Todd Esquire and the Turn to Page 48 From Page 47 foresight of his wife, decided seven years ago to put the butchery skills he had picked up at New Barns to good use by opening his own meat and pie shop in a former hardware store.
Jill Faulconbridge, treasurer of the Amble Lifeboat Fundraisers, said: "Harry was really chuffed to be asked to open our Harbour Day and was so excited.
The Champions Shield went to Amble Links with Broomhill First School as runners-up.
I expect we are going to get more consultations like this as it is quite clear Amble is a very popular place.
The second final of the weekend, the Bilclough Cup final, played on Saturday night, was a much closer game, as was to be expected between Tweedmouth Harrow and Amble St Cuthbert.
The council's business chair, Coun Scott Dickinson, has welcomed the proposals as key to attracting more people to Amble, which is one of Northumberland's up-and-coming coastal tourism destinations.
JOSH Hay grabbed a late winner against Bedlington Social Club to give Amble Tavern a 3-2 victory in the final of the Alan Davison Cup final.
Cuthbert's Amble Parish Church on Tuesday 22nd March at 10.
Amble Link First School, Amble First School, Warkworth C of E First School, Broomhill First School and Red Row First School all accepted the Academy's invitation to take part in the first Puffin Festival Tournament.