Redcar and Cleveland


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Redcar and Cleveland

a unitary authority in NE England, in North Yorkshire: formerly (1975--96) part of Cleveland county. Pop.: 139 100 (2003 est.). Area: 240 sq. km (93 sq. miles)
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Arriva's area managing director Nick Knox said: "We are delighted to be working with Redcar and Cleveland College to help to provide flexible travel arrangements for students from across the area to the college.
Following a merger with Stockton Riverside College this summer, Redcar and Cleveland College has been working with Redcar and Cleveland Council and a number of partner organisations, including Arriva, to find ways of bringing further opportunities to its students, resulting in the free transport offer.
The first name of the new college was Cleveland Tertiary College, later changed to Redcar and Cleveland College.
The Redcar and Cleveland place marketing project was launched at PD Ports on Friday with increasing investment, jobs and improving the living standards for everyone the main talking points.
The campaign is a call-to-action to encourage partners to become ambassadors for Redcar and Cleveland to sell the borough nationally and internationally.
During the hearing, Saltburn Labour councillor Craig Hannaway blasted the lack of funding to further education establishments, contributing to a "difficult history" at Redcar and Cleveland College.
The cabinet of Redcar and Cleveland Council was due to consider recommendations to formally back the merger of Redcar and Cleveland College and Stockton Riverside College at a meeting yesterday.
The announcement comes as a new report from education watchdog Ofsted found Redcar and Cleveland College's leadership was ineffective, its financial position "very weak", attendance too low and the quality of teaching and assessment not good enough.
GEORGE Dunning, former leader of Redcar and Cleveland Council and, no doubt, expert on the political machinations of that council, seems to suggest that the decision to build at Swans Corner may be driven more by local political infighting than what is best for the residents of East Ceveland and South-east Middlesbrough, in reference to the planning committee vote of 6-6 (Feedback, 10.10.16).
Pupils from Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, Stockton, Hartlepool and Darlington, were joined by boxer Amanda Coulson and gymnast Craig Heap during two days' competition at the Rio 2016 themed Games on Tuesday and Thursday, June 21 and 23.