South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has launched a support line for patients who have received treatment at its hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic. The support line is designed to provide emotional support as well as signposting for specialist or long term support.
Middlesbrough residents are being asked to put forward the issues that matter to them which can be scrutinised to help inform council policy. The scrutiny process involves the Council's elected members examining any topic which impacts on the local area.
A wave of magnificent Middlesbrough people are showcasing their artistic abilities for Boro's Got Talent - but more "unusual" entrants are wanted too! More than 30 lockdown videos have already been submitted to the fun online competition which anyone can enter to show off their unique abilities.
How do you get to Middlesbrough Town Hall? Practice… And if you think you can tell a better joke than that age-old one liner, or can sing, have a party trick or any talent whether weird or wonderful, Middlesbrough Council is inviting you to take part in Boro's Got Talent.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is reminding people that the NHS is still here for them and not to delay treatment if they really need it. As the trust steps up its plans to tackle coronavirus, it is also encouraging patients with urgent non-COVID conditions not to delay in seeking medical help.
Middlesbrough Council has now awarded more than £13m in business grants to safeguard jobs in the town amid the Coronavirus outbreak. More than 1,150 Middlesbrough businesses have been given grants, with one local independent retailer saying "the speed it came through was brilliant and makes a huge difference".
Stay home, stay safe, and save lives - that's the message from senior officers at Cleveland Police ahead of the Easter weekend. By staying home, not only do you protect loved ones, but the many selfless keyworkers risking their lives to save others.