When Shani Corcoran of Falck Safety Services met with Billingham Legacy Foundation to discuss their engagement in the next Community Games on Saturday 14 June at SRC Bede 6th Form, Pat Chambers, a board director at BLF mentioned a current need for a pair of safety boots for a pending grant application.
A subsidiary of McDermott International, Inc. (McDermott) has taken an option on a site to operate as a pipe spool base at the Port of Hartlepool which is owned and operated by PD Ports.
Andrew Toft, Director of Projects at Eco2 Limited, said: “We are delighted to have submitted our plans to bring a major renewable energy project to Teesside by regenerating land at Port Clarence which has been empty for some time.
The car park works are progressing well and still on target to finish around the 16th May. The temporary closure of parts of the car park have caused a little disruption to parking, but once the works are complete, the car park will be fully lit, improving access during the evenings and should make a much safer environment for all.
What an honour for any athlete to get the call to represent Team GB but when you are only 15 years old it is truly fantastic and as a community we need to applaud, celebrate and support this talented young lady.
Netball umpire Sharon Scott from Billingham has recently passed her A award umpiring test. Sharon travelled to umpire a game in Bedford and gained this qualification.
Stockton Northfield swimmers took to the pool on Thursday 24th April and swam their way to victory in the inclusive Swimming Gala for competitors aged 9 to 16 years from schools across the Tees Valley.
Billingham ASC swimmer Stephanie Blakeburn has returned from Tollcross Pool in Glasgow, after a splendid week of swimming where she competed in The British Swimming Championships. Tollcross Pool is a World Class swimming facility which was selected to host the top event of the swimming year.
Pupils at Northfield Sports College welcomed Sir Steve Redgrave on 8 May, during his visit to launch the Matalan Sporting Promise Initiative here in Billingham. Northfield were one of only 6 schools in the UK to receive a visit in person from Sir Steve to kick start the Sporting Promise Programme being ran in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust.