One of Middlesbrough’s best-known butchers has announced that he is hanging up his apron after reaching his 70th birthday.Danny McCluskey’s retirement will also mark the end of an era at the Dundas Indoor Market where he and two other business owners have been loyally serving customers for a combined total of 70 years
More key services which are helping to change the lives of Teessiders are now under one roof in the centre of Middlesbrough.PeoplePlus, which was based in Stockton, has moved into Dundas House where the award-winning Live Well Centre opened three years ago to provide a one-stop shop supporting all aspects of healthy living.
The Dundas Handmade and Vintage Market provides Teesside shoppers with the perfect opportunity to buy a present to remember for their loved ones this Christmas.
Christmas at Middlesbrough’s Dundas Indoor Market provides an opportunity for Teesside shoppers to renew old acquaintances – one of them for the last time.It is also the chance to get out of the wet and cold and enjoy a month of festive events and activities under one roof.
A trio of businessmen from Redcar has created jobs for more than a dozen Teessiders whilst providing fun for thousands.Graham Huntley, Nick Rodgers and Matt Collins opened Project Escape in Middlesbrough’s Dundas Centre 18 months ago. They have recruited 11 people – and will employ two or three more before Christmas – and, with plans to further expand their business, have signed a two-year extension to their lease.
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.