A mix of community, historical and modern artworks for visitors to find throughout the town.
In August 2007 Sean Henry’s Couple sculpture; a 12.5 metre high artwork (twice the height of a double-decker bus) was sited on a new 200m long breakwater, as part of a £10m coastal protection scheme – making it the UK's first permanent offshore sculpture.
The breakwater scheme is believed to be the first of its kind to be initiated along the Northeast coastline - strengthening the Bay's coastal defences and re-creating the beach, which in its heyday attracted thousands of visitors and day-trippers from across the country and beyond.
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An award winning four star gold self-catering cottage less than 100 metres from a sandy beach The cottage showcases a variety of quality artworks by local artists and provides and ideal base from which to explore Northumberland.
Bowling Club situated in Newbiggin by the Sea.
Providing sea sailing opportunities to local enthusiasts. They have a fully functioning club house and welcome enquiries.
The course is a very challenging 18 hole seaside links/moorland course. It presents an interesting array of tight fairways,blind holes and very true greens (some in double format) all presented in excellent condition.
Newbiggin and District Sea Angling Club fish some of the most productive water in the North East. If you are interested in what the club or the area has to offer why not take part in their Open competition, or better still, join the club itself.
Newbiggin Sports and Community Centre offer a wide range of sports for all ages. Gymnastics, trampolining and badminton are just some of the activities on offer. Please contact reception for further details.
Newbiggin Maritime Centre, on the beautiful Northumberland coastline, offers a unique experience for visitors with a museum, a café and a shop.
With its interesting mixture of architectural styles and impressive location, this 13th century church provides visitors with a site of notable historical interest and an individual look.
The oldest church in Northumberland, the future of this historic site is still uncertain but still being fought by its many passionate supporters.