A terrific work/life balance is something we all strive for, but can sometimes be elusive. Redcar and Cleveland offers a low cost of living, excellent job opportunities and a leisure offering to please all tastes, particularly those who enjoy the great outdoors.
You can be strolling or surfing on one of our fabulous beaches and then head for the wide-open spaces in one of Britain’s natural treasures – the North York Moors National Park.
"I moved to Redcar when i was twelve years old and would not want to be anywhere else. I have worked here for over fifteen years and love walking my…
The cultural and leisure attractions of the Tees Valley are on your doorstep and the cities of York, Durham and Newcastle are all within an hour’s drive, with a wide range of entertainments for all tastes. There are so many attractions and facilities to make living in Redcar and Cleveland stimulating, varied and fun.
These range from a National Trust property at Ormesby Hall, to a National Park, from farmers markets to a great quality sports and events programme. It’s no surprise that the number of housing options is increasing by the day as more and more people want that high quality yet low cost liveability.
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