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November 2011

  • Love Middlesbrough E-Christmas Card

    Eco christmas card spreads Christmas cheer24th November 2011

    Middlesbrough's popular e-Christmas card is back – and this year it’s part of the town’s vibrant bid for city status.

    The virtual mid-winter missive was launched last Christmas and proved an instant hit with festive well-wishers looking to do their bit to combat climate change....

  • Eleanor Chilton and her dad, Ian, put one worn-out welly to good use by turning it into a mini garden

    Discover wildlife in wellies this winter24th November 2011

    The RSPB is urging children and their parents to get their wellies on and head outdoors this winter to discover what's happening to nature in their neighbourhood.

    As part of their welly season events and activities, the team at Saltholme, near Stockton-on-Tees, want families to step up for...

  • Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, Middlesbrough

    Museum cafe stays open during winter months21st November 2011

    The café at one of Middlesbrough’s historic parks is staying open over the winter months.

    Although the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum at Stewart Park is now closed until the spring, the cafe within the museum is still open offering a range of freshly prepared food including homemade...

  • Car Parking

    Park for £1!15th November 2011

    Christmas shoppers to Middlesbrough have been given a helpful boost with the reduction of short stay parking charges to just a pound.

    As from Monday (November 14) the charge for up to two hours parking at the Zetland and Station Street car parks is being reduced from £1.70 to £1.

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