21 July 2022 – ‘Redcar | Cleveland: a PLACE to ENJOY’

This ambassador event is about why Redcar and Cleveland is a great place to enjoy.

Culture and tourism is a vital part of the success of any place, and this event, and speakers, will provide an update on events, projects and investments happening to further develop Redcar and Cleveland as a wonderful visitor destination.

We’re delighted to be joined by some excellent guest speakers at this event:

  • Dale Smith – Founder & CEO, The SDDE Smith Group / Host & Stay
  • Stella Hall – Freelance Cultural Professional / Festival Director, Festival of Thrift
  • Ken Hunter-Smith – Business Manager, Land of Iron museum
  • Laura Case – Head of Culture & Tourism, Redcar & Cleveland Council

The event will take place at Redcar Racecourse, between 4:15pm and 6:30pm. We’ll have copies of the new ‘A PLACE to INVEST’ brochure available for ambassadors to pick up, as well as another little goodie lined up too!

If you’d like to attend our event, please sign up as a Redcar | Cleveland Ambassador, and contact us on Ambassadors@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk.

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