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The whole world as we know it is shifting and adapting. However, some things remain the
Ten years ago 51-year-old Paul Christon completed a 150 mile bike ride for charity, and later this month the Skelton man, who has recently been diagnosed with cancer, plans to do it all again.
Two Thornaby brothers have come together to host a charity football match in aid of local mental health charity, Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind.
Steven Crosby 31 and Michael Crosby 24, organised the
Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind wins National Lottery funding to help people on a low income become active.
The local mental health charity has been awarded £74,142 of funding as part of Sport
Intelect, a Middlesbrough-based engineering business, has helped raise £1,500 in support of two local charities.
Middlesbrough & Teesside Philanthropic Foundation and Middlesbrough & Stockton Mind
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