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YouTube Premiere of Real Tees Valley Trailer

Middlesbrough Mohammed

Join us at 4pm for the launch of our Real Tees Valley Trailer, which we’re showing on YouTube Premiere (see above).

The film marks the beginning of our celebration of the Real Tees Valley film project, working with more than 25 young people living across the five boroughs of the Tees Valley, mentored by six professional filmmakers to help tell you their stories around the themes of culture and place and become film-makers in their own right.

To see all 25 films, join us on the Real Tees Valley film trail, which will be launching on the 15th November across the Tees Valley, as well as being available to watch online.

Watch out for Further Details.

Real Tees Valley is part of Great Place Tees Valley, which is a Great Place Scheme – funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England, working with Historic England – run by the Tees Valley Combined Authority on behalf of the communities of the Tees Valley.

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Winter Warmers at Preston Park

Join us for a free fun outdoor workshop with Jane Riley of Bobbin Shed 21 who will show you how to weave sailing boat looms from natural materials, scavenged from the Tees Heritage Park and the locality, this Saturday at Preston Park from 10am to 12pm; no need to book, just turn up!

Jane said,

“The skills you’ll learn show how easy it is to make and weave a sailing boat loom, which you will then be able to show your friends and family how to do on your next walk through the park…”

This Winter Warmers event is funded by Natural England and is part of the National Heritage Lottery funded River Tees Re-discovered project read more here.


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