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New research reveals 72% of North East children enjoy reading

The National Literacy Trust, the charity leading the Read North East campaign, has released new research which shows that almost three quarters (72%) of children aged 8 to 11 in the North East enjoy reading.

Disabled Riders appeal for funding

Fifteen riders at the Riding for the Disabled Association’s Unicorn Centre at Hemlington near Middlesbrough are celebrating after qualifying to compete at the Riding for the Disabled Association UK’s National Championships this summer.

Historic WW1 football derby gets a re-match – 100 years to the day

History repeated itself this week as two women’s football teams took to the field to commemorate a match which took place exactly 100 years ago.

Three local craft businesses join Middlesbrough Market for international event

Three local craft businesses are joining Middlesbrough’s Dundas Market for a week’s free trial from 21 May, as part of an international campaign to encourage entrepreneurs to consider local markets as a home for their businesses.

Help make musical dreams come true

A group of talented primary school children are preparing to follow in the footsteps of Florence and the Machine and Emilie Sande by performing at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, even though most of them have never been to London and many have never even left Teesside.

Supporting nationwide initiative to tackle mental health stigma within emergency services

PD Ports has signed a pledge on behalf of Teesport’s Harbour Police to challenge the stigma of mental health within the workplace and promote positive wellbeing.

Classic Clapton return to Middlesbrough Theatre this May

Classic Clapton - the World's No1 Eric Clapton tribute band featuring front-man Mike Hall - will be will be making a welcome return to Middlesbrough Theatre on Friday, May 25.

Something for everyone at Middlesbrough's Youth Market

A wide range of goods will be on sale at Middlesbrough’s second Youth Market in Dundas Shopping Centre and Indoor Market on Saturday 19 May from 10am to 4pm

Bakers sought for landmark challenge

The search is on for Boro's best bakers to create cake sculptures of the town’s landmarks.

Golden voice of Paul Carrack at the Town Hall

Legendary Sheffield-born singer songwriter and Squeeze front man Paul Carrack plays a date at Middlesbrough Town Hall on Friday, March 22 next year.

New foot clinic opens in Middlesbrough Town Centre

Sindi Dube has launched The Foot Specialist in Dundas Indoor Market, part of the Dundas Shopping Centre, offering all types of foot care from corns, calluses, in-growing toenails, fungal nails, verrucas, athletes foot and other nail conditions, to treating heel and foot pain, as well as providing specialist diabetic services.

More Choice For Footballers In Middlesbrough As Firm Hails Response To Community League

A local community football league, which is being held at Middlesbrough, is proving so successful that the organisers have had to secure a second night to house all the interested teams.

Full lineup announced for Endeavour Festival!

Full female line-up announced for Endeavour Festival, with M.O & Kara Marni joining Rita Ora, Louisa & Hannah Jane Lewis!

New Initiative Set to Clean Up

Coulby Newhams Parkway Shopping Centre has announced its full support for a fledgling initiative which is set to improve public areas within Hemlington.

Makeup store "Made Up" with new Middlesbrough Premises

Probrushes has opened in Middlesbrough’s Cleveland Centre offering a makeup accessory service to the public and industry professionals.

Celebrate a sunshine-inspired National Vegetarian Week at Turtle Bay

Turtle Bay is the perfect place to celebrate National Vegetarian Week with vibrant and hearty dishes for vegetarians and vegans.
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