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  1. Greatham Village

    Greatham

    Visit the pretty village of Greatham on the outskirts of Hartlepool. It was here that the well-to-do early west Hartlepudlians moved to in the nineteenth century.

    Ralph Ward Jackson, a famous Hartlepudlian, moved to Greatham Hall during...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Hartlepool

  2. Saltburn-by-the-Sea

    Saltburn Pier

    Saltburn by the Sea is a seaside resort with a dark, deep maritime past that still permeates the air. Formerly an upmarket resort for Victorians, this small town can be found on the North East coast, just south of its larger neighbour,...

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    Type:
    Seaside Town
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    Saltburn-by-the-Sea

  3. Darlington

    Darlington Town Centre

    Darlington is a traditional market town with an approximate 100,000 population, which has managed to stay faithful to its heritage and roots whilst developing an attractive and contemporary town centre, which appeals to visitors of all...

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    Town
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    Darlington

  4. Seaton Carew

    Seaton Carew Beach

    A splendid promenade connects the Marina with Seaton Carew village, one of the Victorian's favourite North East locations. Seaton Carew with its miles of broad golden sands and safe sheltered bathing is still the perfect venue for a...

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    Type:
    Seaside Town
    Location:

    Hartlepool

  5. Middlesbrough

    Shopping in Captain Cook Square

    Middlesbrough is a dynamic town where you'll discover world-class art and events, stylish restaurants and bars, vibrant nightlife and superb shopping.

    The birthplace of Captain James Cook, at one time it was the fastest growing town in...

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    Town
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    Middlesbrough

  6. Croft -on-Tees Village

    Croft Bridge, Darlington

    Croft-on-Tees village, though strictly speaking located in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, looks most closely to Darlington, from which it is divided only at the boundary, by the atmospheric River Tees.

    It stands on the...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Darlington

  7. Middleton-One-Row Village

    Refreshments, Middleton-One-Row, Darlington

    Middleton-One-Row is situated to the east of Darlington, just north of the River Tees. The village originally consisted of a single row of houses on the north side of the village green, giving the village its name.

    It is now an...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Darlington

  8. Guisborough

    Guisborough Church Square

    The ancient market town of Guisborough holds many hidden gems to delight every visitor.
    In 1119 AD, Robert De Brus founded and lavishly endowed a priory for Augustinian canons at Guisborough. This monastery became one of the most powerful...

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    Town
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    Guisborough

  9. Billingham

    Billingham Art Gallery

    Billingham is said to be one of the oldest settlements in the Tees Valley, dating back at least a thousand years. Billingham has been transformed into a bustling and thriving community, and is closely associated with the petrochemical...

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    Town
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    Billingham

  10. Thornaby

    Thormaby Town Hall

    On the South side of Victoria Bridge lies Thornaby which has been a settlement since the Danes arrived back in AD 800.

    The town was mentioned in the Doomsday Book. Its oldest building, St Peter's Church on Thornaby Green, dates back to...

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    Type:
    Town
    Location:

    Stockton-on-Tees

  11. Norton

    Norton Duck Pond

    With its 18th & 19th Century houses and shops, set around its Georgian High Street, Norton retains a unique character. The village is one of several conservation areas in the borough of Stockton. With the charming pond on Norton Green,...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Stockton-on-Tees

  12. Stockton-on-Tees

    Stockton High Street

    With its market charter granted in 1310, Stockton town centre hosts one of the region's largest outdoor markets every Wednesday and Saturday. The Prince Bishop's of Durham came here to collect taxes from the southern end of the county....

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    Town
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    Stockton-on-Tees

  13. Great Ayton

    Great Ayton

    The quaint village of Great Ayton is situated on the banks of the River Leven.

    The village is popular for walkers and families alike due to its many walks, and two village greens which are the ideal place for picnics during the summer...

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    Village
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    Great Ayton

  14. Neasham Village

    Neasham Village, Darlington

    Neasham is a village approximately four miles to the south east of Darlington. The village sits on the banks of the River Tees which, at that point, marks the border between the counties of Durham and North Yorkshire. The layout of Neasham...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Darlington

  15. Piercebridge Village

    The bridge at Piercebridge, Darlington

    Piercebridge is built on the site of a Roman fort of AD 260-270, which was built at the point where Dere Street crossed the River Tees. The settlement has been in continuous use thereafter.
    The remains of the Roman fort are open to the...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Darlington

  16. Egglescliffe Village

    St Johns Church, Egglescliffe

    Egglescliffe is situated on high ground on the most easterly crossing point of the Tees at Yarm. It has a history dating back to Norman times and retains its cross and village green. The more modern, Eaglescliffe surrounds Egglescliffe...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Stockton-on-Tees

  17. Redcar

    Redcar Promenade

    At the popular seaside resort of Redcar, where fishing cobles land on the beach to sell their daily catches, you can experience the thrilling finishes at Redcar Racecourse, award winning beaches, or pick up bargains along the...

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    Type:
    Seaside Town
    Location:

    Redcar

  18. Ingleby Barwick

    Welcome To Ingleby Barwick

    Ingleby is the old English word for Barley and Barwick means Fields - Barley Fields.

    Located just outside Yarm, Ingleby Barwick is one of the premier housing developments in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees and in the twenty or so years...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Stockton-on-Tees

  19. Hart Village

    St Mary Magdalene Church Exterior

    The pretty village of Hart is a must to visit, be it for a spot of lunch in an award winning traditional English pub or to discover another element of Hartlepool's history.

    The church, St Mary Magdalene, is the mother church of St...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Hartlepool

  20. Heighington Village

    Heighington Village Green, Darlington

    Heighington is situated between Darlington and Shildon, near Newton Aycliffe. One of its most significant features is St Michael’s Church. It is also known for its four pubs, The Cumby Arms, Bay Horse, George And Dragon and The Dog Inn,...

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    Type:
    Village
    Location:

    Darlington

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