Residents across Middlesbrough are reminded that household green waste collections remain suspended. The pause is due to pandemic-related staffing pressures within Middlesbrough Council's Waste Services team, with collections due to resume on Tuesday, August 31.
A Middlesbrough beauty spot has had its Village Green status application rubber stamped. The parcel of land at The Avenue in Nunthorpe now has formal protected status after being approved by Middlesbrough Council's Licensing Committee.
A further call has been made for nominations to find people who have made a real difference to resident's lives in Middlesbrough over the last 12 months. The Civic Community Awards returned in 2021 for a third year celebrating local people who have made a difference and nominations can be made up until Saturday, August 14.
There's a hive of activity drawing in the crowds at one of Middlesbrough's best loved leisure venues. The busy workers are proving a draw for families from far and wide at Newham Grange Farm. The stars of the show are the bees hard at work in the Farm's historic observation hive.
Middlesbrough's Orange Pip Market is set to return this weekend. The ‘Pip' will be held on Centre Square once more on Saturday, July 31, instead of its regular home on Baker and Bedford Street to allow social distancing at the event. However, the two streets will still host musical "fringe" activity.
Tickets are now on sale for the first lottery draw that will benefit people all around Middlesbrough. The Middlesbrough Lottery has prizes of up to £25,000 each week, with 50p from every £1 ticket supporting good causes in the town.
A repeat nuisance who has made pensioners fearful of collecting their pension has been jailed for four months. Stephen Crozier repeatedly flouts court orders designed to protect the public and businesses from harassment and has most recently moved his offending from Middlesbrough town centre to the shopping parade on Acklam Road.
The Gresham development will see the delivery and build of new, affordable and much-needed homes, which form ambitious plans to regenerate part of central Middlesbrough by bringing derelict land back to life. The first phase will start with the delivery of 145 homes.