It’s time for #FridayFive – our roundup of five great things happening in #OurRedcarCleveland each week!

1. Shut That Door! The door behind Larry Grayson’s famous catchphrase (ask your parents young ‘uns) was uncovered at the Regent. And the late TV star’s 96 year old friend Joyce told us all about it.

2. Saltburn-by-the-sea once again named as the borough’s most popular attraction.

3. Inspiring women – women from throughout the Borough, aged from 14 – 80, were honoured at the Inspiring Women Awards, with Gemma Sands winning the overall Mo Mowlem Award.

4. Happy birthday Saltburn Pier! An appeal is launched for people to join in the 150th celebrations of Saltburn Pier – in Victorian dress!

5. Sirius Minerals shares rise due to ‘alternative financing proposal’. Another piece in the jigsaw for this world leading project.

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