Redcar and Cleveland is proud of its industrial past and confident about its bright future. It has a wealth of natural beauty, from coastline to countryside and a quality of life at a low cost which is the envy of the rest of the country.
The Mighty Redcar showcased our fantastic young people and we want the world to know what a fantastic place it is in which to live, enjoy and do business. We would love you to share the word as an Ambassador for the borough. It doesn’t cost anything and you could benefit from a better and more prosperous Redcar and Cleveland.
From the beautiful coastal towns of Saltburn and Redcar to Guisborough, the gateway to the stunning North York Moors, the natural beauty of Redcar and Cleveland provides a real feelgood factor to go alongside schools which give children a great start in life and a range of industries which provide well-paid careers.
Your money goes further, with house prices far lower than many other parts of the country. All in all, it is a fantastic place to live.
Want to learn more about Redcar and Cleveland? Discover the Redcar and Cleveland Story.
Visit the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council website for information on Council services.
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