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Inclusion on this website for accommodations and major attractions
Working with Love Middlesbrough: To work positively and proactively with Love Middlesbrough, its staff and representatives at all times; to provide access to my premises upon request to ensure this Charter is being followed
Welcome: To provide a friendly Middlesbrough welcome to all visitors
Customer Satisfaction: To have a Complaints Policy that can be implemented speedily and effectively; to ensure that any issues that may arise are resolved by prompt, professional, and polite action
Quality and Standards: To maintain good standards of service and cleanliness
Accuracy: To ensure all information provided for visitors is up to date, accurate, provided at the right time and by appropriate methods
Information: To ensure all information is readily available to visitors, especially with regard to pricing, taxes and payment, and packaged items and extra charges
Accessibility: To maintain an Access Statement that is regularly reviewed and amended to take account of the needs of visitors with disabilities and feedback received; to fully assist visitors with specific needs, so that they maximise their enjoyment; to ensure facilities and services are reasonably accessible to visitors with disabilities
Discrimination: To provide a welcoming and caring service to visitors that does not discriminate, e.g. by gender, race, religion, ability or sexual orientation
Cancellations: To maintain a Cancellations Policy that is readily available for visitors at each stage of their visit - from pre booking, through to after departure
Legal Requirements: To fulfil all legal obligations and responsibilities (fire precautions, price display orders, food safety/hygiene, licensing, health & safety, discrimination, trade descriptions, data protection, Hotel Proprietors Act, Public Liability Cover).
You may also find benefit in joining a recognised Quality Inspection Scheme.
The Love Middlesbrough campaign and lovemiddlesbrough.com/visitmiddlesbrough.com looks to support Middlesbrough’s restaurants, bars and hotels through this website, social media, marketing materials and by featuring special offers & promotions.
As of 31st July 2013, lovemiddlesbrough.com/visitmiddlesbrough.com displays the Food Standards Agency Hygiene Rating on the listings of restaurants and other food businesses.
We want to help consumers make an informed choice and encourage restaurants to achieve the highest possible ratings.
What does the Food Hygiene Rating represent
The Food Hygiene Rating shown reflects the standards found on the date of inspection or visit by the Local Authority. Ratings are given on a scale from 0 (urgent improvement necessary) up to 5 (very good).
Only restaurants with a rating of 3 or more will be featured in our Where to Eat section and receive additional promotion by Love Middlesbrough on social media and additional campaigns.
Restaurants with a rating below 3 will receive a basic listing on the website. The ratings will be updated automatically through the Food Standards Agency website so there may be a slight delay to changes to our website as ratings are updated.
Restaurants have the right to appeal, a right of reply, and are able to request a re-inspection.
A request to appeal must be made within 14 days of inspection. A right of reply may occur at any time. A request for re-inspection may take place after 3-6 months. This may occur sooner if the business has a new owner.
For additional information on the scheme and/or help for your food business
We encourage you to help spread the word about vibrant Middlesbrough, a city at heart, full of resourcefulness, creativity and talent, brilliant art, culture and nightlife and so much more using social media.
We understand that you are passionate about Middlesbrough - we are too!
We expect members of the community to post content that is passionate, funny, spirited, fun, inspiring, relevant and respectful to the community as a whole.
We aim for our social media communities to be family friendly and will delete personal attacks.
We don’t take decisions on moderating posts lightly. We reserve the right to remove any posts that don’t adhere to our guidelines and to block anyone who violates them repeatedly.
Specifically, we do not tolerate these kinds of posts:
Abusive, harassing, stalking, threatening or attacking others
Defamatory, offensive, obscene, vulgar or depicting violence
Hateful targeting race/ethnicity, religion, gender, nationality or political beliefs
Fraudulent, deceptive, misleading or unlawful
Trolling or deliberate disruption of discussion
Uploading files that could damage the operation of other people’s computers
Additional notes about specific content:
Love Middlesbrough supports Middlesbrough as a healthy town. We will not promote drinks or cigarettes offers. We will rarely promote fast food with the exception of parmos, the regional dish we are known for.
With regard to political or religious content, you are welcome to post notices about your political or religious event as long as it does not run afoul of the house rules above but Love Middlesbrough will not promote specific political parties or general religious activity.
We are happy to promote festivals, special charity or volunteer events as part of promotion of generous Middlesbrough.
We do not promote commercial betting activity, though we may share charitable raffles and similar promotions.
Postings on our social media pages do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Middlesbrough Council.
We will remove photos upon request. Message the profile with a link to the image you would like removed along with your reason(s).
When we broadcast third-party content, which is to say information, opinions and links which are not our own, these are provided for information only, and do not constitute advice, policy or views.
We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use.
lovemiddlesbrough Magazine Competition
For your chance to win a Middlesbrough Monopoly set, simply email email@example.com by March 24 2017. Write "competition" in the subject field and identify the three Middlesbrough landmarks shown on page 32 of the Spring 2017 edition.
A maximum of one entry per person can be made and all entries should include the entrant's address with postcode, and email address.
All entries must be received by March 24 2016.
Winners will be chosen from all qualifying entries. The panel's decision is final and no correspondence about its decision will be entered into.
This prize is not exchangeable and cannot be redeemed for cash or any other form of compensation. The prize is non-transferable.
The winner will be notified by email or phone by March 31 2017.
Unclaimed prizes may be used in future competitions or awarded to other correct entrants.
The names of the winners may be published in an upcoming edition of lovemiddlesbrough Magazine.
Winners may be asked to take part in promotional activity and lovemiddlesbrough Magazine reserves the right to make use of the names and likenesses of the winners in publicity and promotion in print and online.
lovemiddlesbrough Magazine and Middlesbrough Council cannot accept any responsibility for any damage, loss, injury or disappointment suffered by any entrant entering the competition or as a result of accepting any prize.
lovemiddlesbrough Magazine and Middlesbrough Council are not responsible for any problems or technical malfunction of any telephone network or lines, computer on line systems, servers, or providers, computer equipment, software failure of any email or failure of an entry to be received on account of technical problems of any kind, any injury or damage to an entrant's or any other person's computer or mobile or any other hardware related to or resulting from participation or downloading any materials in relation to the competition.
By entering this competition you agree to the terms and conditions above.
Looking for activities for little ones under 5 next week? Why not listen to a story and then join in some crafts related to the story!
How to Catch a Star at Stewart Park, 1-3pm on 22nd Feb
The Smartest Giant in Town at Albert Park, 10-10.45am on 23rd Feb
Charlie Cook's Favourite Books at Albert Park, 11-11.45am, 23rd Feb
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