Monthly Archives: July 2012

Cleveland Police to get enquiry costs covered – Ian Swales MP

Cleveland Police to get enquiry costs covered – Swales  Ian Swales, Liberal Democrat MP for Redcar, is delighted with the news that the Government have agreed to cover the costs of Operation Sacristy in full. The costs of this case … Continue reading

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Have we got brews for you – Tea rooms set to serve community again

Tea rooms set to serve community again Have we got brews for you – Saltburn’s popular Valley Gardens’ tea rooms have recently re-opened to the public. Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council set about seeking an operator for the venue earlier … Continue reading

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Gisborough Priory: Summer Outdoor Theatre

Summer Outdoor Theatre Don’t forget tickets are still on sale for this year’s must see outdoor theatre in the mystical surroundings of Gisborough Priory. Redcar and Cleveland will be going for comedy gold with the Oddsocks team bringing British culture … Continue reading

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Guisborough town fair cancelled due to the condition of the ground.

Guisborough town fair, planned for next Sunday at Gisborough Hall, has been cancelled due to the condition of the ground. Officials and grounds maintenance staff examined the car parks and hotel grounds on Monday afternoon and concluded that it would … Continue reading

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Residents and traders in Dormanstown Invitation

Residents and traders in Dormanstown are invited to a neighbourhood action partnership meeting on Tuesday, July 17, at 6pm. The meeting takes place at St William’s Church Hall, in South Avenue, and is open to anyone living and working in … Continue reading

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Axing historic battalion “devastating” for Teesside forces: Tom Blenkinsop MP

Following the decision by Defence Minister Philip Hammond to axe the historic 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment – the Green Howards – local Labour MP Tom Blenkinsop described the decision as “devastating and ill-thought-out to cut such an historic battalion.” The … Continue reading

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Exhibitions set to amaze museum visitors: Three new exhibitions are set to delight visitors to Kirkleatham Museum, in Redcar.

Three new exhibitions are set to delight visitors to Kirkleatham Museum, in Redcar. Old photos chronicling the changing face of Redcar seafront went on show in Bellamy Pavilion on Saturday, June 23, with the eye-catching display running until October 31. … Continue reading

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Local author is guest speaker at fund-raising event at James Cook University Hospital

Historical novelist, Karen Charlton from Marske, is to give a talk in order to raise funds for the Holistic Care Unit.  Entitled ‘Searching for the Eagle’, Karen’s talk explains how she and her husband uncovered a skeleton in their closet … Continue reading

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Warning over roadworks: A173

Motorists are being advised of potential disruption when a carriageway improvement scheme gets under way. A ten-day programme of work on the A173 Newton-under-Roseberry road, from the Redcar and Cleveland borough boundary with North Yorkshire to Roseberry Topping car park, … Continue reading

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Whitby’s own celebration of the sea through music song and spoken word: July 20 -22

Whitby’s own celebration of the sea through music song and spoken word is firming up to be a truly great weekend. Shanty Crews, Folk Music and Poetry will be all around The Resolution Hotel and Whitby Museum between July 20 … Continue reading

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