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Middlesbrough College given National Lottery funding to help students get active

Middlesbrough College has been given £136,000 funding from Sport England to reduce the number of their students who are completing less than thirty minutes of activity each week.

£5000 Green Light for Blue Light Babies

A Teesside-based crocheting and knitting group that’s become a powerful force for good across the country has scooped a £5,000 top prize ahead of 14 other local causes.

University study sets prize winner Daisy on track for research

Daisy Campbell’s research as part of her Teesside University degree studies brought her a special prize along with academic success.

£50,000 Tees Fast Fund celebrates sporting success

Some of Teesside’s finest young sporting talents have celebrated a £50,000 milestone for a charity fund that’s given them vital financial support.

Marathon man Matty's now running a restaurant too!

Teesside athlete Matty Hynes is ready to combine running marathons with running a restaurant after being appointed as general manager The Fork in the Road in Middlesbrough.

Tees Valley Mayor launches campaign to secure protected status for Parmo

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen has launched a campaign to secure Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status for Teesside’s world-famous parmo.

Everyone Eats food and drink festival rescheduled

Everyone Eats – the forthcoming food and drink festival on Centre Square – has been rescheduled to take place on the weekend of October 14-15.

Watch England Under-21s play Scotland at the Riverside

The Young Lions are set to go head to head with Scotland at the Riverside Stadium next month, in their third qualifier for the 2019 European Championship finals.

Entrepreneurs and Performers wanted for Middlesbrough's First Youth Market

Middlesbrough College and Dundas Market are calling for budding young entrepreneurs and performers to take part in the first Youth Market.

Cycle September celebrates 200 years of cycling in the Tees Valley

To celebrate 200 years of cycling, the Tees Valley’s sustainable transport project, Local Motion, is teaming up again with cycling challenge organisers Love to Ride to invite local residents to take part in the Cycle September challenge.

'The housing market in Middlesbrough could soon be strongest it’s ever been'

Award-winning estate agency Harvey Brooks believes the housing market in Middlesbrough has the potential to be the strongest it’s ever been.

Intimate shows by Teesside Favourites are now sold out

Two intimate shows in the splendour of Middlesbrough Reference Library by local music favourites Cattle & Cane have now sold out.

Crowds set for Acklam Hall’s second Summer Festival

Teessiders will be hoping to enjoy some fun in the sun when Acklam Hall hosts its second annual Summer Festival on Sunday, September 3.

Age better with invitation to Debenhams first Cafe Meet Up

A free cuppa and a chat are the order of the day at the launch of Ageing Better Middlesbrough’s latest Café Meet Up at Debenhams next Thursday (31 August).

Dance to the Music

‘Dance to the Music’ is a new exciting “must see” dance show like no other!

Russell Brand rescheduled

Due to unavoidable commitments of both a professional and personal nature, Russell Brand has been forced to move a handful of dates planned for the summer of 2018.
 
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