Teesside twins Darren and Lee Walker are taking a taste of America to their hometown.They are opening The Thick Shake Company in Middlesbrough’s Dundas Indoor Market to provide shoppers with “real milkshakes”.
Between the 2nd November and the 4th January 2020, you can take part in a festive art trail throughout Middlesbrough town centre! The magic of Raymond Briggs's heart-warming story of The Snowman comes alive thanks to twelve giant Snowman sculptures and we are proud to be home of sculpture number 7 - Seven Swans a-Swimming, which was designed by artist, Jodie Silverman.
Businesses at the Dundas Indoor Market in Middlesbrough are gearing up for the busiest time of the shopping year. With Halloween out of the way, traders are now focusing on the run up to Christmas with shops at the market providing customers with a diverse choice of ideas for presents.
A major event to bring together different generations of Teessiders takes place during half-term week. It is called Generation Infusion and is being held throughout the Dundas Arcade and TheLive Well Centre in Dundas House on Wednesday 30 October between 10am and 4pm.
After 55 years in the industry, Danny who owns Danny's Family Butchers is set to retire next April! The 70-year-old who is passionate about delivering a high quality, personal service would love to hear from potential owners to continue this popular business.
A new pop-up shop, which has just opened in the Dundas Indoor Market in Middlesbrough, provides everything you need to dress up this Halloween – plus a little bit more. The Hellraisers Halloween store is full of pretend blood, contact lenses to make your eyes any colour you want, safe but scary fake weapons of murder, and masks and costumes celebrating horror heroes from Dracula to Chucky. It also sells licensed Star Wars and Marvel Superhero outfits, boiler suits from the TV classic Breaking Bad and even a couple of Donald Trump masks.
A new art show, which spectacularly celebrates famous figures from the worlds of entertainment and sport, opens this week in an unusual exhibition venue in Middlesbrough. For a fortnight artist Bethan Turner’s larger than life portraits will be on view in surroundings familiar to her - the former Boyes store in the Dundas Shopping Centre.
Friends who work together in one of Middlesbrough’s best-known cafes had a day of drama as they competed in the Great North Run to raise money for the James Cook University Hospital. Gemma Brighty – one of the team from Jean’s Kitchen in the Dundas Indoor Market – fell and cut her head after tripping in a pothole just two miles into the half marathon race. Gemma needed hospital treatment and stitches in a head wound but is recovering well from her injury and disappointment.
Two new businesses opening at the Dundas Indoor Market are certain to put a smile on your face. For the last 15 years Shaun Chapman has been helping Teessiders have a good time. He supplies discos, karaoke, photo booths and room decorations and is now opening a one stop party shop.