Patients across Teesside and North Yorkshire are being asked to return any walking frames, crutches and walking sticks that they no longer need. South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is holding an equipment amnesty until Friday 29 October. Any walking aids will be gratefully received back with 'no questions asked'.
A vaccine bus returns to Middlesbrough town centre this week as efforts continue to protect as many people as possible from Covid-19. Middlesbrough Football Club's Foundation bus will be at Newport Community Hub on Wednesday from 10am-6pm.
A crackdown on rogue parking and ‘abandoned' untaxed vehicles has led to a major clear-up of three Middlesbrough roads. Middlesbrough Council's Neighbourhood Safety team responded to complaints from members of the public about cars belonging to businesses crowding the roads in Middlehaven.
Middlesbrough's premiere history and local culture event is back and in person! Discover Middlesbrough returns on Friday, October 15 and runs right through until the end of October. Over the course of just over two weeks nearly 50 events will be held in Middlesbrough - all showcasing a facet of the town or its people that you might otherwise not know.
An adult pantomime performance of Rapunzel is coming to Middlesbrough Theatre. The fast-paced and glittering show will be sound-tracked to pop's most iconic tunes and anthems with fabulous costumes, dramatic lighting, group numbers and a very naughty, laugh a minute script.
Middlesbrough is celebrating Pride with a series of events planned at the Dorman Museum and Middlesbrough Town Hall. As part of the Dorman Museum's ‘Curious' series of events, the museum will have on display a collection of costumes on loan from Cherry Valentine.