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Treasures of the Town Hall event to explore landmark's heritage

This Friday, members of the public are invited to explore the history and heritage of the Grade II* Listed landmark.

Cannon Street Revisited - back by popular demand

A trip down memory lane proved so successful organisers are laying on a return journey.

MFC foundation project kicks Antisocial behaviour into touch

Cleveland Police have praised Middlesbrough Football Club Foundation’s contribution to reduced antisocial behaviour in some of the most deprived areas of Teesside.

Replacement first world war memorial to be unveiled at All Saints

A replacement First World War Memorial commemorating the lives of local men from Gjers Mills’ Ayresome Ironworks is to be formally unveiled by Fr Glyn Holland and Mayor David Budd on Monday, June 20 (1.30pm - 3pm) at All Saints’ Church in Middlesbrough.

Research grants secured for the Useful Museum

Grants totalling more than £20,000 have been secured by Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (mima) to fund research into reviving a legacy created to help East Cleveland miners and to tap into the gallery’s ‘useful museum’ vision.

Pupils to cast an eye to town's wartime past

Middlesbrough schoolchildren will this week witness first-hand the casting of a replacement commemorative plaque marking those who made the ultimate sacrifice from the town’s Gjers Mills Ayresome Ironworks.

Experts head to Teesside to explore landmarks past and present

From Captain Cook to iconic bridges, a conference to explore what Teesside has given to the world, including historic landmarks, buildings and culturally important events, will be held in Middlesbrough.

Transporter pictures kindly gifted to visitor centre

A Middlesbrough historian has gifted a picture of a long-lost transporter bridge to his hometown to help put local history into a world context.