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East Middlesbrough To Be Leafleted On Coronavirus

  Communities across east Middlesbrough will today receive a leaflet reminder of the importance of following the Coronavirus lockdown guidelines. NHS data seen by Middlesbrough Council has shown there may be an increased risk of infection and illness in the TS3 postcode area And while it will be some time before all the factors are understood, figures show a high mortality rate for patients at James Cook University Hospital from the TS3 area. The leaflets being delivered today ....

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Local Issues Wanted For Council Scrutiny

Middlesbrough residents are being asked to put forward the issues that matter to them which can be scrutinised to help inform council policy. The scrutiny process involves the Council\'s elected members examining any topic which impacts on the local area. This often relates to Council services, but the process can also involve relevant external organisations and bodies. Scrutiny ensures that the decisions taken by the Council and its partners are appropriate. It creates an open, ....

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Mayor Urges Residents To Unite In Coronavirus Fight

Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston today called on people across the borough to play their part in the fight against the deadly Coronavirus. The move came as the Government dramatically stepped up its measures to slow the progress of the Covid-19 pandemic in a bid to cut the potential death toll. In a sharp escalation, the public have been told to avoid non-essential contact with other people, and to steer clear of places like pubs clubs and theatres. All unnecessary travel should be ....

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New Affordable Homes By Thirteen At Grove Hill In Middlesbrough

A former housing site in Middlesbrough that was demolished several years ago as part of a huge regeneration programme, has been transformed into the first phase of a modern development. Bishopton Road in Grove Hill is now the location of 92 new homes following the completion of the scheme by Thirteen. The development, including two- and three-bedroomed bungalows and two, three- and four-bedroomed houses for affordable rent, has been built by construction and regeneration specialist, Vistry ....

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Transporter To Remain Closed For Repair Assessment

  Middlesbrough\'s Transporter Bridge will remain closed while the extent of structural repair work is assessed. Engineering experts are due to undertake a full survey of the iconic structure over the coming months. Initial investigation work undertaken last summer revealed issues with the bridge\'s struts, and subsequently the need for a detailed review of the Transporter\'s overall structural integrity, foundations and gondola operation. The Bridge, which celebrated its ....

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Fund Boosts Middlesbrough\'s Tree Planting Target

  A major funding boost has set Middlesbrough on target to meet an ambitious tree planting goal. A successful bid to the Forestry Commission\'s Urban Tree Challenge Fund (UTCF) has secured just over £500,000 that will see 1,200 trees planted across the town. And this week Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston and Executive member for Environment Cllr Dennis McCabe planted the first tree to get the project under way. The UTCF provides support for planting trees across ....

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It\'s Going To Be A Magical Middlesbrough Christmas

  Get the diaries ready as the dates are finally here, Christmas is coming to Middlesbrough and it is going to be the most magical yet! The 2019 annual big Lights Switch On will take place on Thursday, November 28 from 5.30pm on Centre Square. The event will be hosted by BBC Tees presenter Gary Philipson and will feature some very special Middlesbrough Football Club guests, spectacular Spark Drummers, local band The Gimmie Gimmicks plus a pop-up Orange Pip market and traditional ....

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Discover Middlesbrough Festival Reveals 2019 Programme

  Middlesbrough Town Hall to open its doors to the public for free. An exciting free programme of events is heading to Middlesbrough Town Hall this month as part of Discover Middlesbrough Festival\'s 2019 programme. Running until Friday 1st November, visitors can enjoy a series of specially curated film screenings, exhibitions, talks, walks and performances celebrating Middlesbrough both ....

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Condemnation For Vandal Attack At Local Beauty Spot

  A mindless vandal attack on trees in a Middlesbrough beauty spot has been condemned. For the second time in recent weeks newly planted cherry trees have been snapped in Linthorpe Cemetery and Nature Reserve. A total of 18 cherry trees had previously been planted in the cemetery. However, only six now remain after two vandal attacks in recent weeks. Middlesbrough ....

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Carriageway On Track For Tasty Town Hall Treat

  A new act at Middlesbrough’s revitalised Town Hall has a mouth-watering treat in store for visitors. Independent coffee shop and café The Carriageway is the latest addition to a thriving food and drink scene. Based at the heart of the historic venue, The Carriageway officially opens this week with the focus firmly on fresh, quality, locally and ethically sourced ingredients - and great value for money. It’s the brainchild of foodies Sophie Cowen and ....

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Cook Birthplace Museum To Re-open For 2019 Season

  One of the region’s best-loved museums sets sail on a fresh voyage of discovery next week. The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum re-opens on Tuesday, April 2 for its 2019 season. Just a couple of days earlier, Middlesbrough\'s Riverside Stadium will be renamed for the day, Captain James Cook Stadium, for the televised game v table-topping, Norwich City. Boro supporters had the chance to vote for a temporary Riverside name change to promote the attractions of the Tees Valley. It ....

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Tennis For Free Comes To Middlesbrough’s Albert Park

  Grassroots sports charity Tennis For Free is coming to Middlesbrough this weekend (Saturday, March 23).   Saturday’s event at Albert Park is part of the national Big Tennis Weekend event taking place at 87 parks across the UK.   The weekly sessions are coach-led and suitable for the whole family aged from three years and over.   With each session combining a different mixture of fun drills, mass participation games and free play every week, those ....

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Pybus Bros Building Returns To Former Glory

  Back to its former glory! Preservation works to restore a piece of local Middlesbrough heritage have now been completed. The Pybus building on the corner of Roman Road and Oxford Road in Middlesbrough, home to Tesco Express, has been undergoing repair works since last summer to its iconic balustrade, as well as dormer windows and its roof. Tesco commissioned a stone mason to ....

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Recreation Of Middlesbrough Town Hall Opening Parade

A recreation of the image of the original opening parade at Middlesbrough Town Hall will take place Saturday, January 26 at 11am. The event is part of the iconic building’s 130th anniversary celebrations taking place in Middlesbrough this weekend. The original opening parade featuring the Prince and Princess of Wales took place on January 23, 1889. The recreation will ....

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Ornate Gates Return After Seven Decade Absence

Ornate iron gates are once again standing proudly at the entrance of Middlesbrough’s historic Avenue of Trees after a seven decade absence.     Members of Acklam 2020 community group, with supporters and Middlesbrough councillors and officers at the refurbished entrance to the Avenue of Trees. The original gates at the site, which leads from Acklam Road to Acklam ....

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Tree-mendous Boost For Middlesbrough Cemetery

  A Middlesbrough cemetery is to see a number of new trees planted in a nationwide show of support for forests. The planting at Thorntree Cemetery has come about as a result of Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald signing up to a Woodland Trust campaign. Clockwise from bottom left, Andy McDonald MP, Middlesbrough\'s Deputy Mayor Cllr Charlie Rooney, Cllr Denise Rooney and Middlesbrough ....

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Discover Middlesbrough Continues With Boro Birthdays

  Two big Boro birthday celebrations are to be marked this weekend as part of the ongoing Discover Middlesbrough festival. This Saturday (October 27) will see an exhibition open celebrating 30 years of Boro football fanzine Fly Me To The Moon and also a party to mark 40 years of the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum (CCBM). The two events are part of the wide and varied programme for Discover Middlesbrough 2018 which kicked off on October 15 and will run until November 4. The ....

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Mayor Calls For Fair Deal To Replace Eu Fund

  Middlesbrough Mayor Dave Budd has called on the Government to ensure fair funding for Middlesbrough and the Tees Valley in the wake of Brexit. His call echoes the findings of a new report by the influential Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) exploring the impact of the end of key EU investment. The research highlights the need for a suitable, targeted replacement for the existing £2.4 billion EU Structural Fund that supports social and economic development. The Joseph ....

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Soaring Visitor Numbers At Newham Grange Farm

Middlesbrough’s revamped Newham Grange Farm saw August visitor numbers more than double from last year as improvements continue to be made. Attendance figures reveal that during August 2018 the Coulby Newham attraction welcomed 14,190 people – up from 6,559 in August 2017. July also saw a healthy increase in numbers with 5,447 visitors – up from 3,274 in 2017. And a ....

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Newham Grange Wonderland Hosts Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

  Middlesbrough\'s newly revamped Newham Grange Farm will play host to an end of summer Alice in Wonderland weekend event. Alice, the Cheshire Cat and the Mad Hatter will be taking over the farm at Coulby Newham for one weekend only and families can expect to see themed performances, activities, a Mad Hatter’s tea party and a whole host of characters. Join the Hatter and ....

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Saltburn Food Festival Brings Continental Flavour To Teesside

  Sunday is the sixth annual Saltburn Food Festival a celebration of the very best things to eat and drink from both here on our own doorstep and around the world. This year’s event – on Sunday July 29 from 10am to 6pm – sees an increase from 125 to a record-breaking 150 stalls and is once again expected to attract around 20,000 hungry food-lovers as the popular ....

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Closures Set To Give Tees Restaurant Sector Food For Thought

Businessman and charity leader Andy Preston has warned that several Teesside restaurants will close this year on the back of news that the number of UK eateries going bust increased by a fifth during 2017. Mr Preston, who as chairman of national charity CEO Sleepout is the driving force behind Middlesbrough eatery The Fork in the Road, says the closures will be part of a national trend for a ....

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Mum’s The Word For Teesside Hero Winner Jane

When Jane Morgan discovered her much-loved mum, Ellen Timney, was dying from cancer she vowed to do something extraordinary in her name. Eleven years on, married mum-of-two Jane is the driving force behind the Ellen Timney Foundation that donates up to £25,000 a year to the help most sick and underprivileged Teesside children. The charity helps out nearly 3,000 Teesside children a year, ....

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Fork In The Road Restaurant Celebrates First Birthday

The Fork in the Road eatery is celebrating its first 12 months in operation, during which the charity-funded Teesside restaurant employed 15 local people plus 12 prisoners, provided works experience to 30 long-term unemployed and put 30 more through a training course. Unique in the North East, the Middlesbrough eatery opened on Christmas Eve last year, funded by Teesside-based parent charity CEO ....

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Centre Square Proposals Set To Enter Key Phase

Progress on a key regeneration initiative will be considered by Middlesbrough Council next week. Ambitious plans for 21st Century office accommodation at the heart of the town will create jobs, boost the economy and drive further external investment. The development is proposed for the eastern edge of Centre Square – one of the largest public open spaces of its kind in the country and a symbol of Middlesbrough’s resurgence in recent years. The mix of Grade A office accommodation ....

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