The final pamphlet contains a letter written during summer , so describes events that took place in Last Autumn at Redcar I treated a certain number of patients Hydropathically with Sea instead of with fresh water. Through the kindness of the gentlemen I had under water treatment at the Coatham New Baths in November last, I am enabled to state the facts now brought before you. I engaged the Coatham New Baths, adjoining Redcar, for the purpose. They are the property of Mr. John Thwaites, who has baths and bathing machines in full operation during the usual summer season. At this house I had a consultation room, where my esteemed patients were prescribed for every morning, also a very agreeable muster room, where we met and took our daily food together, duly under Hydropathic regulations. There were only two bedrooms in my possession consequently, only one of my patients and myself could sleep in the Establishment. The others had their sleeping rooms in the village of Coatham, whither they retired at bedtime to sleep.
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History Early history In , a monastic cell was consecrated by St. Cuthbert at the request of St. Hilda of Middleburg to Whitby. The importance of the early church at “Middleburg”, later known as Middlesbrough Priory , is indicated by the fact that, in , it possessed four altars.
Sarah Bramley, 29, pleaded guilty at Teesside Crown Court last month to encouraging or assisting the commission of an offence. The defendant, of Langdale Road, Darlington, sent former partner David Saunders, 33, a picture of her performing a sex act on her new lover, Michael Lawson,
Town centre[ edit ] Row of historic buildings in Finkle Street. Stockton town centre is the main centre within the borough. Around the town hall, the largest outdoor market in the north east of England, which has been in existence since the s, is held every Wednesday and Saturday. The shops predominantly have narrow frontages stretching back to gain floorspace. This burgage plot style is particularly evident around the marketplace and on side streets such as Silver Street, Finkle Street and Ramsgate.
The town centre retail is largely concentrated within two shopping centres, Castlegate and Wellington Square. The Castlegate Centre occupies the area where Stockton Castle once stood. Opened in , it incorporates a multi-storey car park and an indoor market. Riverside and the River Tees run almost parallel to the rear of the centre. Situated at the north west end of the town centre is Wellington Square shopping centre, built upon the old Wellington Street area of the town centre.
The town centre has retained a number of the original yards such as Wasp Nest Yard, Hambletonian Yard and Ship Inn Yard that would have historically been a feature. Most interesting is Green Dragon Yard, a courtyard of restored historic warehouses within a series of alleyways. As well as providing commercial retail facilities, Stockton town centre also provides a variety of services including national banks and building societies, travel agents, a central post office, hairdressers and beauticians, cafes and restaurants.
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If your band is not mentioned here and you’d like to be considered, send me an email with all the details. If we don’t know about you, we can’t mention you – and be sure to see all the bands we have featured in the right hand column! As the title of this page might well suggest, this section is dedicated to other bands from Hartlepool, or Teesside, of which we have just one, or maybe two, photographs. Quite naturally, if you can help us find more, then a full webpage could well be provided for them and thank you for supporting our nostalgia pages and enjoying the sights, and sounds, of the sixties!
Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 10/06/ A Tombstone, in memory of the late Dr. Horner, has just been placed over his grave in Redcar churchyard. The stone is recumbent, and bears a floriated cross along the whole length, and is placed on a raised slab.
Sarah Bramley, 29, revelled in the drama of having violent David Saunders and kindly Michael Lawson vying for her attention at a time when she had “lost her moral compass” her barrister told Teesside Crown Court. The pregnant mother-of-two was jailed for four months after she admitted encouraging or assisting the commission of an offence. The guilty plea was on the basis that she thought Saunders would assault Mr Lawson.
But in the early hours of July 1 last year, shortly after receiving the photo, Saunders stabbed father-of-one Mr Lawson through the heart after Bramley had turfed him out of her Darlington home. In December, Saunders was jailed for life at Teesside Crown Court with a minimum term of and-a-half years, after he admitted murder.
Nick Dry, prosecuting, said: Missing Fleetwood man found dead “She appeared to revel in the drama and attention of the situation. The argument continued and he sent a female friend of Bramley – who was with her at the time – a video of him and his ex having sex. Bramley responded by sending him a photo of her performing oral sex on Mr Lawson taken that night, causing Saunders to become enraged and he got a taxi close to her home. He arrived a short time after Bramley had got Mr Lawson out of her house and he was stabbed following a short chase.
She was later to tell the police she turfed Mr Lawson out because she feared what would happen if Saunders came to her house.
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You can get in touch with them directly on their own site by clicking on that link. This little painting was brought into reception by a young listener which, eventually, found its way into one of my scrapbooks. Advertisements for the new radio station appeared in all local newspapers. A series of articles which appeared in the Radio Times in the s.
BBC RADIO TEESSIDE – A LITTLE HISTORY. PLEASE NOTE: This is purely a personal page by Stan Laundon and NOT the website for BBC can get in touch with them directly on their own site by clicking on that link. BBC Radio Teesside started life on New Year’s Eve,
Retrieved Nov 25 from https: Prior to his violent death in , the ex-boxer and bouncer had already survived three alleged attempts on his life – he was shot on two occasions and once had petrol poured over him. One of Duffy’s acquaintances once said: Duffy lived in a violent and unpredictable world of drugs. And in that shadow world there was no honour. Eventually, the cycle of violence turned back on the South Bank born hardman.
In August Duffy’s life came to a violent end when he was stabbed during a brutal street brawl in Marton Road, Middlesbrough aged just News of his death spread like wildfire.
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Welcome The Friends of Teesside Archives is a registered charity which exists to support the local archive service in a variety of ways. Teesside Archives is a joint service covering the boroughs of Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland and Stockton-on-Tees.
The Teesside Gazette is written and published in Middlesbrough , along with many other publications. It was also at this time, that a first premises were established on Zetland Road, Middlesbrough. Historical copies of the Daily Gazette , dating back to , are available to search and view in digitised form at The British Newspaper Archive. This houses the editorial staff as well as various operational departments such as advertising and newspaper sales.
Teesside Gazette changed the title of its cover page from “Evening Gazette” to “The Gazette” in after the company began releasing the newspaper to newsagents on mornings instead of evenings as it had done previously. It mainly provides local news, but also covers national, international and sports news as well as having various supplements relating to lifestyle, business, and events. Before football results were widely available on television and radio such editions were the source of results for players of the football pools.
Serious players needed the results as soon as possible since, on afternoons where there were relatively few matches ending in a draw, the payouts from the pools would be large and claims would have to be made quickly, typically by telegram.
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The municipality is the. So why aren’t fixed speed cameras switched on in the Cleveland Police area. Speed dating middlesbrough and stockton Angered, King Edward I confiscated the title to Hartlepool, and began to improve stodkton town’s military defences in expectation of war. The recently demolished campus was built in the s.
BBC RADIO TEESSIDE – A LITTLE HISTORY. This photograph, which we believe was taken by the Evening Gazette, did not appear in the newspaper – but a similar one did which you can see in the right hand column. Some early BBC logos, sent into us by John Foster, dating to , and BBC Radio Cleveland’s 10th Anniversary in
The Teesside Gazette is written and published in Middlesbrough , along with many other publications. It was also at this time, that a first premises were established on Zetland Road, Middlesbrough. Historical copies of the Daily Gazette, dating back to , are available to search and view in digitised form at The British Newspaper Archive. This houses the editorial staff as well as various operational departments such as advertising and newspaper sales.
Teesside Gazette changed the title of its cover page from “Evening Gazette” to “The Gazette” in after the company began releasing the newspaper to newsagents on mornings instead of evenings as it had done previously. It mainly provides local news, but also covers national, international and sports news as well as having various supplements relating to lifestyle, business, and events. Gazette Media Company also publishes the website www.
Before football results were widely available on television and radio such editions were the source of results for players of the football pools.