Easy access to the coast with a choice of beaches, this market town has a packed calendar of exhibitions, plays, music and cinema. There are number of small independent shops and local produce available from the weekly market.
The cultural hub is the New Cuts Arts Centre, as well as lots of fun events there is also the opportunity to take part in a work shop or an exercise class. Steeple End Gallery has a lovely collection of pottery, sculptures and paintings. Also the town museum is housed within the old railway buildings, which makes for an interesting visit to learn more about the local artefacts which have been excavated and the past history of this Victorian station. The Airfield Museum has an extensive range of WW2 memorabilia and aircraft exhibits.
The Millennium Green is the largest in the country, there are over 50 acres of meadowland and marshland. The perfect spot for a peaceful walk with the chance of spotting a kingfisher or an otter. The Blyth Estuary is also great for watching the local wildlife and migrating birds. The Oasis Camel Park is an ideal day out for all the family, with interactive talks throughout the day and the chance to have a ride on a donkey or camel. There are also smaller pets such as rabbits, and guinea pigs plus a train ride which is a fun way to see the park.