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Cleveland and Teesside Reports

County Review by R Esplin on December 5th, 2008
Teesside has not existed since 1974 only existed for 8 years to long was only an adminstative title. And has led to more confusion over the years South of the Tees is North Yorkshie M/Bro Redcar Saltburn Guisborough, North of the Tees is Durham. They are now tring Tees vally should alter the road signs first as that has been one of the main factors of been lumbered with. And now they are tring to push us further to the North every thing apears to be run from Newcastle Health PCTs Information centers Ambulance service now they again are pushing the Police and the Fire brigade that way. END OF Ramble.

Billingham, Cleveland and Teesside

Review of Billingham by brian shaw on September 25th, 2010
great pubs, great close nit community spirit

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Coulby Newham, Cleveland and Teesside

Review of Coulby Newham by brian garbutt on December 20th, 2011
like the location of the lingfield pub coulby newham do our shopping quite regular at tesco nice and friendly nice selection of food

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Guisborough, Cleveland and Teesside

Review of Guisborough by bernard lax on January 15th, 2008
Guisborough is a very old market town steeped in history but is sadly lacking investment in its town centre and also requires the building of a quantity of executive homes to bring revenue into the town.

Review of Guisborough by bernard lax on January 15th, 2008
Guisborough is a very old market town steeped in history but is sadly lacking investment in its town centre and also requires the building of a quantity of executive homes to bring revenue into the town.

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Hartlepool, Cleveland and Teesside

Review of Hartlepool by polly on August 29th, 2008
i live in hartlepool and i think its a very good town.i think its a good town because:its got a town centre with the best shops,good transport,great schools and my old school eldon grove primary school is the best!

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Hinderwell, Cleveland and Teesside

Review of Hinderwell by sandra towler on March 28th, 2009
Hinderwell is a nice country village The Badger Hounds in the high street is a very nice clean and warm welcome pub the food is out of this world and Sunday lunch is to die for children are welcome and the beer garden at the back is an ideal place for children to let of steam and at the front there is also a seating are where you can sit and watch the world go by

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Long Newton, Cleveland and Teesside

Review of Long Newton by Karin Peardon on June 4th, 2007
Hi I was a barmaid at the Vane Arms from 1974 to 1975. It was a beautiful village and a great place to live. A wonderful stopover between Middlesbrough and Darlington.

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Middlesbrough, Cleveland and Teesside

Review of Middlesbrough by barry bellis on July 28th, 2009
stayed at the thistle hotel and was not impressed at all - ok for travelling salesmen and the like, but found the room i was in was to close to the town centre and the noise from pub revellers and the A66 too noisy. Spotted the mayor in the lift -wonder who is paying his bill? - would not reccomend staying there and suggest premier inns instead, must be cheaper than the £70-80 a night it cost for a room

Review of Middlesbrough by Peter given on April 27th, 2007
I was pleasently surprised, especially with the new MIMA art gallery. Stewart park with the Captain cook museum was excellent, so too was the grand Ormesby hall. The surounding countryside, which includes the stunning cleveland hills are packed with hidden gems.

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Review of Middlesbrough by Sue on August 30th, 2006
its is the birth place of captain cook, paul daniels, chubby brown, ridley scott, brian clough and the guy off the nationwide adverts 'new customers only'.

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Thornley, Cleveland and Teesside

Review of Thornley by Gordon Galloway on January 13th, 2010
That monstrous pitheap and mine have disappeared,so too have the miners' cottages.The place is more attractive,the environment more salubrious,but a community is dead.What a shame.I hardly recognised the place last time I was there.Cars doing handbrake turns in Hartlepool Street didn't help.

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Yarm, Cleveland and Teesside

Review of Yarm by allison newham on October 14th, 2008
Loooking forward to spending the day with a friend I only see twice a year and having a good spend I was bitterly disappointed with Yarms parking facilities. We arrived at 10am and had a lovely coffee and then ready to shop. After 2 hours (the allowed parking time) we went back to the car to find an alternative car park....which there are none. Both car parks we tried were 1 hour stay only. I find it bizarre that in the current times when we welcome people to stay in our own country to holiday etc and support the small businesses instead of out of town establishments you don,t offer any parking. We were left no alternative, very disappointed I must say, to return home. I live about 45 minutes from Yarm so it was a planned day out, a waste of an day. Please let me know why Yarm is so unwelcoming to people coming to enjoy spending money in their lovely town

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