Middlesbrough

What is Middlesbrough known for?


outstanding home

striker Micky Quinn in November 1992 they continued what had already been a blistering start, with away wins at Tottenham Hotspur (2-0) Sheffield Wednesday (2-1) and Wimbledon (2-1) to add to already impressive home wins against Middlesbrough (2-1). By the early autumn the Sky Blues briefly topped the inaugural Premier league and would only lose five league games prior to Christmas. The addition of Micky Quinn to the squad led to further outstanding home wins against Aston Villa (3


made history

accessdate 2 January 2008 In 1905 they made history with Britain's first £1,000 transfer when they signed Alf Common from local rivals Sunderland (Sunderland A.F.C.). Another


voice guitar

middlesbrough,+UK+to+brotton,+UK&hl en and 16.6 miles (26.7 km) northwest of Whitby. In 2002, the village had a population of 5,384. death_date origin Middlesbrough England Instruments Voice guitar '''Alistair Richard Griffin''' (born 1 November 1977 in Middlesbrough, England


quot introducing

: www.independent.co.uk news uk this-britain introducing-mima-middlesbroughs-moma-433873.html "Introducing mima – Middlesbrough's Moma" – Ian Herbert, ''the Independent'' * "Mima – painting a pretty picture" – Channel 4 News * Tide times for Middlesbrough Dock entrance. * http


black roles

January 14, 2006 A British theatre writer was concerned that "the kind of censorship we've been talking about — for censorship it is — actually militates against a truly integrated society, for it emphasises differences. It puts a wall around groups within society, dividing people by creating metaphorical ghettos, and prevents mutual understanding." Specifically, the cancellation was based on protests of plans to have all the black roles to be played in this production by white actors in blackface, as the company had no black members. WikiPedia:Middlesbrough Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Cleveland Middlesbrough Commons:Category:Middlesbrough


production show'

to be played in this production by white actors in blackface, as the company had no black members. File:HMS Illustrious01.jpg upright thumb right ''Illustrious'' in formation with United States Navy Nimitz-class aircraft


original character

of young people populating the parish. However this has put pressure for expansion on the village, where there are concerns that the original character of Grindon will be lost, especially in villages such as Thorpe Thewles ''which is of great archaeological interest and should be preserved for future generations.''


games design

; Engineering and Social Sciences & Law. The university teaches computer animation and games design and co-hosts the annual Animex International Festival of Animation (Animex). The university also has links with the James Cook University Hospital located south of the town centre. There are also modern schools, colleges and sixth forms colleges, the largest of which is Middlesbrough College, in Middlehaven, with 16,000 students. Others include Trinity Catholic College, Middlesbrough


international social

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work historical

: thumb left Population change between 1811-1961 (File:Population change in Grindon 1811-1961.png) -- The population of Grindon has fluctuated and changed greatly over the past 150 years. It rose steeply

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Middlesbrough

'''Middlesbrough''' ( the Middlesbrough built-up area sub-division had a population of 174,700, which itself is part of the larger built-up area of Teesside and had an overall population of 376,333 at the 2011 census.

Middlesbrough was in North Riding of the county of York (1837–89), an administrative county was created with a county council in 1889 under the Local Government Act 1888, In 1968 it became the centre of the County Borough of Teesside, which was then absorbed by the non-metropolitan county of Cleveland (Cleveland, England) in 1974. In 1996, Cleveland was abolished, and Middlesbrough became a unitary authority, within the ceremonial county (ceremonial counties of England) of North Yorkshire.

"''Erimus''" ("We shall be"), in Latin, was chosen as Middlesbrough's motto in 1830, to signify the town's will to grow. It is used in the names of commercial ventures and other organisations in the town, including social clubs. The town's coat of arms show an azure lion beneath 2 ships to represent the port of Middlesbrough. The design is based on that of the Brus (Bruce clan) family who owned the site on which Middlesbrough is built.

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