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Hartlepool Railway Station

Hartlepool Golf Club - Hartlepool

Hartlepool Golf Course is situated on the North East Coast of England within sight and sound of the sea.From spring to autumn the course is ablaze with the colour of wild flowers. The area is well known to botanists and has been declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest By the Nature Conservancy Council. The course offers a challenge to the experienced player as well as the novice. The wind frequently blows, changing its nature from day to day. Visitors are welcome. The course is seldom closed because of the sandy nature of the soil.

Middlesbrough Football Club

Rumours that Middlesbrough Football Club was founded over a tripe supper are certainly interesting but have proved to be false. The club was actually formed in 1875 by the local cricket club. The club's history has not been one of success - with no real silverware in the trophy cabinet. They did flirt with success under Jack Charlton in the late Seventies but the only reward was the Anglo-Scottish Cup! Fast Fact:Boro legend David Armstrong made 305 consecutive league appearances for Boro in the mid-70s. Fast Fact :Middlesbrough Football Club were formed by the members of the Middlesbrough Cricket Club in 1876.

Teeside University

Teesside University was established in 1930 and gained university status in 1992. It is located at Middlesbrough, UK and has an enrolment of more than 24,000 students. The University comprises of six schools, namely, Arts and Media, Computing, Health and Social Care, Science and Technology, Social Sciences and Law, and Business. Postgraduate and undergraduate programs are awarded in several fields, that include:Animation, Games & Computer Graphics;Applied Science;Art & Design, Media & Journalism;Business, Accounting, Leadership & Management;Computing;Engineering;Health & Social Care;Law;and Psychology & Criminology among others. It was formerly known as the University of Teesside.

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Middlesbrough Railway Station

Stockton Riverside College

Stockton Riverside College is located at Harvard Avenue, Stockton-On-Tees, UK. This College is a further education college in the Tees Valley, providing vocational education and training to around 15,000 full and part-time students. The College offers a full range of learning programmes that suit the learning and skills needs of students, employers and organisations. Some of the courses offered are Performing Arts, Leisure & Tourism, Art & Design, Business Management, Technology, Health & Care, Humanities and Continuing Education.

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Cleveland College of Art and Design

Wilton Castle

Hartlepool United Football Club

Hartlepool United Football Club Formed in 1908. The ground was greatly improved in the mid 1990's, with the construction of two new stands. The Cyril Knowles Stand is the newer of the two side stands. It is a small single tier covered, seated stand which is raised above ground level. At the other side is the Camerons Brewery Stand which has covered seating to the rear and open terrace to the front. The newer end is the small Expamet Town End, a covered terrace, for home fans. The other end, the Rink End stand, is a small covered all seated stand which houses away supporters.

Billingham Railway Station