Thursday, April 25, 2019
The hidden grief and sorrow of widows and mothers who lost loved ones during the First World War is being shared in a unique exhibition exploring the life of the woman who consoled them. Dear Mrs Pennyman: Reflections on Grief...
One of the UK’s biggest sporting events – the Tour de Yorkshire – is coming to Redcar and Cleveland. The borough has been chosen to host a stage of the cycle race in 2020 “This is a major coup for our...
A Tees charity that provides talented local sports stars with vital financial support has vowed to keep reaching into its pockets to help local athletes chase their dreams on the back of donations totalling £75,000. Teesside Philanthropic Foundation has shared...
Fashion historian and broadcaster Amber Butchart is to give an illustrated public talk at The Northern School of Art’s Hartlepool campus. She will be talking through her latest book ‘The Fashion Chronicles: Style Stories of History’s Best Dressed’ at the...
Pints will be swapped for paint when Middlesbrough’s former Royal British Legion Club is transformed into The Rainbow Room as local artist Hannah Campion serves up her first hometown solo exhibition and installation. Once the favoured drinking establishment of Middlesbrough’s...
Teesside students can switch off their laptops for an evening and enjoy bargains galore when Cleveland Centre holds its sixth annual exclusive Student Shopping Night on Thursday, October 11. Stores throughout Middlesbrough’s largest shopping centre will stay open late to...
A Saltburn-based playwright and theatre director has described the standing ovations for a brand new play as ‘heart-warming and inspirational’, and revealed that plans are now underway to tour the play next year. Occupation, written by Pauline Heath, and directed...
A local bus operator is helping students on Teesside to save their pennies, as it once again offers its popular unirider ticket which provides unlimited travel from just 89p per day. As the new terms starts and students start to...
Two Teesside University researchers have been part of a significant new study which has redated human activity in Madagascar by 6,000 years. Professor Tim Thompson, associate dean for learning and teaching in the School of Science, Engineering and Design, and...
They’ve already tickled the tastebuds of local foodies and Royalty alike with their gourmet Scotch Eggs. And now David and Christine Laing of The Clucking Pig Company could bring a coveted national award back home to Redcar after being nominated...

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