Redcar and Cleveland review of 2019

What a 2019 it’s been in Redcar and Cleveland!

Fantastic events, business successes, sporting achievements and lots of award wins! – listed below is just a selection of great things we’ve celebrated – we hope you enjoy reading our review of year…


  • Proud Redcar | Cleveland Ambassador, Glen ‘Duzza’ Durrant wins his 3rd BDO Darts World title – starting the year with some great local sporting success!
  • We have our first Ambassador event of the year – ‘Value and Variety’ theme, at Gisborough Hall Hotel








  • There was fun, entertainment and fireworks to celebrate Saltburn Pier’s 150th anniversary
  • Staying in Saltburn, Keep Britain Tidy awarded the beach the prestigious Blue Flag status for the high quality of the seawater, clean beach and nearby amenities.
  • ‘Duzza’ duz it again! Ambassador Glen Durrant beats world number one, Michael van Gerwen to win the darts PDC title
  • Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock tweeted to say that he watched the Champions League final in Redcar – and it seemed like he had a great night!














And, on the Ambassador programme, close to 300 people attended our four events, held at Gisborough Hall, The Spa Hotel Saltburn, Materials Processing Institute and Steel Stories at Kirkleatham Museum. We ended the year by approaching 400 Ambassadors – that’s amazing – thank you to every one of you, your support is very much appreciated. Do you want to join us? – sign up here

Here’s to a great 2020!

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