A trio of jazz greats will be featured at Middlesbrough Town Hall this autumn in a unique line-up of musical evenings to suit all fans. Jeremy McMurray and the Jazz Pocket Orchestra return for another evening of pie, peas and jazz at the Jazz Supper.
A pioneering unit supporting parents and families of premature babies is going from strength to strength. Leo's Neonatal recently became one of the first good causes to sign up to the Middlesbrough Lottery, with work on its new base set for completion by the end of the year.
Master jam maker Rosalind Waugh's tasty creations have landed another top award - and now there's a chance to learn from the best. The talented chef scooped a coveted 2 Star award in the 2021 national Great Taste Awards - her seventh GTA accolade since 2018.
Volunteers are wanted for a community litter pick in Middlesbrough as seeds are sewn for increased green initiatives. The event takes place in North Ormesby on Thursday, October 21 from 1pm-3pm. Everyone is welcome and volunteers are advised to meet at North Ormesby Hub on Derwent Street.
A membership drive is underway at Middlesbrough croquet club with the physical and mental health benefits promoted. Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston, his deputy Cllr Mieka Smiles visited the club to hear about the wide-ranging paybacks from the sport.
The runaway leaders in Middlesbrough’s Beat the Street competition are loving the chance to get outdoors and stay active. Acklam Whin Primary School have stormed into a commanding lead after the first week of the free game that encourages families to walk, cycle or run.
Middlesbrough's fortnightly green waste service is set to make its annual change to a monthly collection, with households receiving one collection per month in October and November. Residents are advised to consult their collection calendar which is available online or via the Contact Centre.