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Festival of arts to remember young lives lost

Purquoise Festival of Creative Arts returns for its second successful year on Saturday 30 June.

Local children’s literacy levels outperform national improvement

The National Literacy Trust has revealed impressive improvements to the literacy skills and attitudes of children in Middlesbrough as the charity celebrates five years since the launch of its Hub in the town.

New hairdressing salon in Middlesbrough achieves lifelong dream

A mother-of-three from Marske has overcome major financial and personal problems to achieve her lifelong dream of opening a hairdressing salon.

Pie Jackers and The Clucking Pig in running for Eat Game Awards

Thanks to customer nominations, gourmet pie makers Pie Jackers and scotch egg supremos The Clucking Pig, are in the running for the national accolades.

Mind partner with Starbucks

Local mental health charity cut the ribbon to Middlesbrough’s first Starbucks drive-thru store and celebrate becoming the official charity for the organisation.

Mini crime fighters pounding the beat in North Ormesby

The budding sleuths at from Year 4 at North Ormesby Primary Academy formed their own Mini Police team in a pioneering scheme that could be repeated across the town.

Don’t miss your chance to enter one of the region’s best loved running events

Runners from across Middlesbrough are being urged to tie up their trainers, put on their fitness gear and enter one of the borough’s most iconic road races.

Volunteer week celebration at Ageing Better Middlesbrough

A local charity, that works to reduce loneliness and isolation for people aged 50 and over, has celebrated its volunteers as part of Volunteer Week 2018.

Teesside's first vegan shop opens in Middlesbrough Town Centre

Teesside’s first vegan convenience store has opened in Middlesbrough’s Dundas Market, part of the town’s Dundas Shopping Centre.

Appeal launched to acquire rare cook artefact

A fund-raising appeal is being launched to acquire a rare Captain Cook artefact for Middlesbrough.

Over 3000 hours reached by volunteers

Volunteers from Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind have reached over 3000 volunteering hours since January 2018.

Town Hall volunteers hail benefits of performance

A dance spectacular at Middlesbrough Town Hall has been hailed as ‘life-changing’ by the volunteers who made it happen.

Leaf set to thrill young Town Hall audience

Young audiences are in for a treat when Leaf comes to Middlesbrough Town Hall!

Wedding and party planning and beauty businesses invest in Middlesbrough's Dundas Market

A wedding and party planning business has doubled in size, while a beauty treatment business has invested in a re-fit and a re-brand in Middlesbrough’s Dundas Indoor Market.

A cuppa and some company

Ageing Better Middlesbrough has teamed up with Debenhams and the Hillstreet Centre to revamp its monthly get together for the over 50s at the Debenhams Café.

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.
 
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