Middlesbrough's hospitality businesses have been reminded of their responsibilities in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. Bars, cafes and restaurants are being written to this week by Middlesbrough Council about their legal and social duties.
A call has been made for more funding to be made available to local government to help recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. Councillors from Middlesbrough Council's Corporate Affairs & Audit Committee have written to Local Government minister Simon Clarke MP to outline the financial position faced by the authority.
Middlesbrough's Tees Advanced Manufacturing Park (TeesAMP) is proving a real hit with businesses looking for state-of-the art accommodation. The site reached practical completion at the beginning of June, and just a month after opening its doors potential occupiers are flocking in.
Families who benefit from government funded childcare support were given a boost today as the Government announced that they would not lose out due to COVID-19. Working parents or carers who have temporarily fallen below the minimum income requirement as a result of the pandemic, will continue to receive financial support until 31 October.
On Friday, August 28 Immersion Theatre brings The Wind in the Willows to Newham Grange Farm as part of Middlesbrough Theatre's Open Air Theatre Season. So pack your picnics and join Ratty, Mole, Badger and the fantastically irrepressible Toad as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime culminating in a colourful battle to save Toad Hall from the mischievous weasels!
New laws have come into force to protect tenants against unfair fees imposed by landlords and letting agents. Middlesbrough Council's Public Protection Service has been looking at what the legislation means for people living in the private rented sector in Middlesbrough.
Customers who visited Manjaros restaurant in Middlesbrough are being urged to stay alert after two diners tested positive for Covid-19. Two people from the same family who tested positive for coronavirus on August 5 were at the Linthorpe Road restaurant on Monday, August 3, from 4.30pm. They did not pick up the infection from Manjaros.
Middlesbrough Council has been made aware of five further positive Covid-19 tests on Sunday (August 9). Four of the tests date from August 7 and one from August 5. The Council and Public Health England’s North East Health Protection Team have started contact tracing work.