Friday Five

It’s Friday Five – our roundup of five great things happening in Our Redcar Cleveland each week!

1. Let’s do the most important one first  – today is Redcar | Cleveland Ambassador signup day!

If you want to join us in our mission to talk up #OurRedcarCleveland as a great place to live, enjoy and do business, then sign up for FREE as an Ambassador! Why not do it today?

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2. The South Tees Community Bank opened in Redcar High Street, putting people at the heart of what it does with profits reinvested back into the community.

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3. ‘Funky Victoriana’ and ‘Stunning’ is how The Guardian described Saltburn and Skinningrove in this brilliant write-up of the Cleveland Way.

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4. Feeling peckish? Today is National Fish and Chip Day! I suppose we should call it Fryday Five??

Our Ambassadors Olivers have really been getting in the spirit!

5. We said ‘hello’ to two very different enterprises today – the Food @ Heart café officially opened in Redcar’s Leisure Heart (run by Ambassador Jenny Archer) and the Grangetown United Community Hub opened on Derwentwater Road, offering a mix of community facilities and retail.

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