If your village was a pie, what would it contain? Come along, prepare and eat delicious food, and tell us – what makes Carlin How special? What do people here do? and what makes its place and people unique? In collaboration with the Tees Valley Combined Authority, this is your chance to tell your story […] READ MORE
It’s not long now until our big Kindred Guisborough weekend. Following our Art-trail week of independent shops, cafes and bistros opening up their doors to host local artists, tomorrow begins a creatively jam-packed weekend of art, music and spoken word, and I and the tiny band of supportive creatives who make up Kindred Guisborough […] READ MORE
In 1837 President Andrew Jackson installed a 2-tonne block of cheddar in the foyer of the White House and invited the nation to come, eat cheese and discuss their concerns. Fictional White House Chief of Staff Leo McGarry sparked a nation’s imagination when he resurrected the idea in the NBC television drama The West Wing. […] READ MORE
This week it’s Hate Crime Awareness Week and the police commissioners of Cleveland, Durham and Northumbria have put together this brochure of public events you can participate in and help raise awareness: For more information on Hate Crime Awareness Week visit stophateuk.org
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A great way to celebrate Black History Month – Teesside University and Tees Valley Arts are thrilled and delighted to invite you along to enjoy an evening of Words n Dub, brought to us by two living legends – Benjamin Zephaniah and Dennis Bovell. Benjamin Zephaniah – Britain’s most recognisable and popular poet – surely […] READ MORE