Discovering Boro: The Tees Transporter Bridge

 

For the second part of Discovering Boro, I feel the love for an iconic Teesside Landmark, The Tees Transporter Bridge, ahead of its 106th Birthday on Tuesday.

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Discovering Boro: Robin Hood’s Bay

The first instalment of what is intended to be a regular feature, exploring Middlesbrough and its surrounding area, I take a stroll around Robin Hood’s Bay, situated within the North York Moors on the North-East coast.

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Theatre Review: Rattle Snake

Catrina McHugh MBE’s epic tale, Rattle Snake, produced by the Open Clasp Theatre Company is a powerful one-set production that explores the subject of coercive controlling domestic abuse, through the real-life stories of two woman who faced and survived such an ordeal at the hands of the same man.

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Early morning commotion in the Boro’

Reported on the scene 

Low level drama was witnessed by the residents and passers-by of Linthrope Road where it intersects with Parliament Road this morning, as a Road Traffic Accident followed by a brief and sedate police pursuit of one of the vehicles involved occurred before their eyes. 

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Wimbledon Preview (Mens’ singles)

World number 1 and top seed Andy Murray will begin the defence of his 2016 Wimbledon Trophy against ‘lucky loser’ Alexander Bublik from Kazakhstan on Monday, as the draws were announced for both the men’s and women’s competitions at the All England Club today.

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