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Natural beauty's blemishes.

Byline: MRS DOROTHY FALCONER

I AGREE with Mrs Olga Milner (Town A Sad Sight, 02.01.09) regarding the demise of Redcar. As a resident born and bred Born and Bred is a light-hearted British drama series that aired for four series on BBC One from 2002 to 2005. It was created by Chris Chibnall and Nigel McCrery. The cast was led by James Bolam and Michael French, who played a father and son who run a cottage hospital in , I have seen a pier, three cinemas, two dance halls, swimming baths, ice skating rink and several hotels close down.

The High Street, as she mentioned, is a disgrace and there are numerous longstanding derelict sites which need to be developed, for example the bus station, two former petrol stations and the previous St David's nursing home on Redcar Lane, now approaching its third year as a building site.

The visitor to Redcar's main railway station is met with overgrown overgrown

said of a part that has not been kept trimmed.


overgrown hoof
overgrown hooves put unusual stresses on bones and tendons and allow for distortion of the wall and sole.
 sidings and litter. If it wasn't for volunteer groups like Friends of the Parks Friends of the Parks (FOTP) is a non-profit organization in Chicago, Illinois. Formed in 1975, it acts as a watchdog group and environmental advocate for the Chicago area. Specifically, it monitors the condition and safety of the Chicago Park District and the forest preserves of  and Cemeteries and the Flower Ladies, we would have no decent areas.

Come on, councillors, revive the town and complement the natural beauty of the beach and Stray areas in 2009.

MRS DOROTHY FALCONER, Redcar

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REDCAR PIER PRESSURE: The seaside resort's pier pictured in 1953 after the storms
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Jan 21, 2009
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