Albert Park is an open access, free public park, located in Middlesbrough, in the borough of Middlesbrough and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. The park has been granted the Green Flag Award by the Civic Trust.HistoryThe town's first mayor and MP, Henry Bolckow, first proposed the idea of a public park for the residents of Middlesbrough, dubbed the 'People's Park' in its conception.
Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park is a new area of woodland located on the edge of Billingham. The site was reclaimed from former brickworks, landfill and ex-agricultural land. Although still in the early stages of growth, rapid development has led to the site's large variety of habitats.
Eston Nab is a local landmark to those who live along the River Tees, in north-east England.A nab is a rocky promontory, or outcrop, and Eston Nab, marking the highest point – at 242m – on the escarpment which forms Eston Hills, appears as a clear sandstone cliff on the northernmost edge of Eston Moor.
Greatham Beck Local Nature Reserve. One of Hartlepool’s best-kept secrets is the lovely, one hectare wildlife corridor that runs along the western edge of the Fens Estate. Rich in plant-life and fringed with deciduous woodland, it provides a rich and varied habitat for many species including kingfisher, water vole, woodpecker and owl.
Kirkleatham Museum Kirkleatham Museum is a Free local history museum Kirkleatham Museum is the local history museum for the borough of Redcar & Cleveland with a treasure trove of artefacts and exhibitions set on three floors all hosted within a magnificent 1710 Queen Anne building.
Maze Park is a short walk from Stockton and Middlesbrough. The reserve incorporates the Sustrans National Cycle Route, which is part of the cycle network covering the whole of the UK and a valuable local commuter route between Stockton and Middlesbrough.
The clock was paid for by public subscription. Either an ironworks or a shipyard refused to contribute because it didn't want its workers clockwatching. During a rebuild of Middlesbrough's dock either around 1870 or as late as 1903 this replacement was built.
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art · 10 hrs · We would like to thank the awesome women who have made banners for a march in Edinburgh this weekend,as part of a living artwork, Processions 2018 as we mark and celebrate the 100 years since some women were able to vote.
Save Our Natures World Middlesbrough · September 17, 2013 · Please see tonights Gazette on future of natures world .Limited time left Council making decision based on peoples interest in the place or it will be demolished and land used for houses.
Portrack Marsh This is one of the area’s most important wildlife sites given its location at the very heart of Teesside. The wetland nature reserve attracts hundreds of birds each year and it provides a home to an exciting variety of mammals, amphibians, insects and wildflowers.
2) Hippodrome Middlesbrough (a GB house):2296 seats. 3) Odeon(Regal)Stockton:2082 seats. 4) ABC (Elite) Middlesbrough:1843 seats. 5) Odeon Middlesbrough: 1761 seats. Therefore, the Odeon Middlesbrough ranked 5th largest when using seating capacity as the yardstick as opposed to the size of the sites.
In 2003 Stewart Park was the subject of Channel 4's archaeological television programme Time Team, presented by Tony Robinson. The park was initially landscaped by Henry Bolckow, one of Middlesbrough's ironmasters and the borough's first mayor. Bolckow built Marton Hall in the park in 1858.
My journey was coming to an end and I soon reached the road which led to the North Gare section of the Teesmouth National Nature Reserve. The road passed by the smoking hulk of Hartlepool Nuclear Power Station which was being very well guarded by the Police due to the country being on a high terror alert.
Middlesbrough is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Middlesbrough, which was created on 20 December 1878 from the Diocese of Beverley. Middlesbrough is home to the Mother-Church of the diocese, St. Mary's Cathedral, which is in the suburb of Coulby Newham and Sacred Heart Church in the centre of the town.
Talking about the thriving resurgence which is happening in the town, Kevin Parkes, Middlesbrough Council’s Executive Director of Growth and Place, said: “None of this has happened by accident – our strategy from the outset has been to make Middlesbrough the place to do business, and a great destination for work, retail and leisure.
Hey Chris, The castle has small panes of colored glass in its windows and inside there is a light bulb which lights up the castle, so by being powered by Gas will just mean how street lights used to be gas powered. I love this little castle, just one of them odd quirks of Yarm.