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Published 30th Nov 2017

Bottle of Notes lit red for World Aids Day 2016

Middlesbrough's iconic Bottle of Notes is to be lit up in red to mark World AIDS Day.

In line with a national campaign of illuminating important local structures, Middlesbrough will be raising awareness of the fight against AIDS and HIV in Centre Square on Friday, December 1 from 4pm-6pm.

Members of the public can also show support by attending the event or simply by wearing red or red ribbons.

The day marks the advances made in treating the disease but acknowledging that more needs to be done to raise awareness of the fact that HIV and AIDS is still a condition that affects more than 100,000 people in the UK. It reminds the public that HIV has not gone away and there is still a vital need to raise money, increase awareness, fight prejudice and improve education.



Derek Acorah returns to Middlesbrough Theatre

Acclaimed spiritualist medium Derek Acorah is coming to Middlesbrough Theatre.

Former Boro star's mum turns back time for Tees drinkers

A Middlesbrough shopping centre that was once home to a several popular night spots has turned back time by welcoming a new drinking spot after a 17-year hiatus.

Cattle & Cane announce biggest ever headline show

Friday 8th June 2018 will see Cattle & Cane perform live at Middlesbrough Town Hall for their biggest ever headline show. The special concert will see Cattle & Cane performing alongside the Northern Orchestra at the all-seated 1,174 capacity event.

Christmas bin collection changes explained

Middlesbrough residents are being advised their bin collections will take place one day late during Christmas week.