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The Staincliffe Hotel

The Staincliffe Hotel is a picturesque pre-Victorian Hotel situated on the coast with superb views of the sea, recently re-developed to the highest standards, with interiors designed by Helen Morris at the award winning Stencil Library. Not only are there 20 boutique bedrooms, we also feature a cocktail and champagne …

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Aarondale Hotel

Located no more than two minutes from Seaton Beach and the Sea Front Amusements, also a short walk from a Children’s Play area and Community Park. Bar and Function Suite, Sky Television, Private Parking with CCTV. Bedrooms : Single : 5 Double : 1 Twin : 0 Family : 2 …

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Ocean View Guesthouse

This period hotel boasts large airy rooms decorated in a modern style, while maintaining the essence of the Victorian era through the many original features. We are situated within easy reach of the north eastern industrial areas with close links to the A19 and A1 roads. Facilities: 4 bedrooms Guest …

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The Seaton Hotel

The Seaton Hotel, enjoys spectacular views of Seaton’s sea-front. Recently refurbished the hotel features 20 en-suite rooms for singles, couples and families. Facilities include bar and lounge area, restaurant and function rooms. The bar area features a big screen for sports. There is also a quieter lounge area and a …

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Chimneys Hotel

Recent refurbishments of the Chimneys Hotel have created a modern look with the atmosphere always being homely and relaxed. Owned by the renowned chef Lee Pennick who also takes to the kitchen most days to ensure the quality of food is of the highest standards. The Phoenix Restaurant opens from …

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Crimdon Dene Holiday Park

Crimdon Dene Holiday Park is part of the Park Resorts family and boasts wonderful facilities to entertain the whole family. Set in the North East of England, on Durham’s Heritage coastline close to the Dene. This is a famous heyday of the 30’s and an ideal location for fun family …

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The Brafferton Guest House

The Brafferton Guest House is a friendly family run guest house which caters for all types of visitors. The accommodation is pet friendly and offers Internet access for all guests and has a secure car park. Fishing parties can also be accommodated and children under 10 years are allowed to …

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The Marine Hotel

The Marine Hotel boasts 28 luxury en suite bedrooms, fully equipped with tea/coffee facilities, satellite TV, wireless internet access and complimentary newspaper. There is also a popular carvery and a la carte Restaurant, Bar, Conference Suite and Civil Marriage and Wedding Reception facilities. Bedrooms: 28 Bedrooms Double 16

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The Hillcarter Hotel

The Hillcarter Hotel can provide the perfect venue, whatever the occasion, from Conferences, Private Meetings and tasteful Accommodation, to Weddings and Private Functions fully catered for. Located in the centre of town, close by Hartlepool Marina and Hartlepool Railway Station, it is ideally placed for both business and leisure visitors. …

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Premier Inn – Old West Quay

The hotel is located in the centre of Hartlepool marina, over looking the water and situated next to a Brewers Fayre restaurant. Bedrooms also include extra facilities like satellite TV, hairdryer, telephone/modem point and shower gel. Bedrooms : Single : 30 Double : 30 Twin : 6 Family : 4 …

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Best Western The Grand Hotel

The hotel is located in the centre of Hartlepool, opposite the shopping centre and close to all night life. Approx 5 minutes walk away from the marina. A massive refurbishment has seen the Grand retain its classic and historical style but with a highly contemporary feel. Own bar / restaurant. …

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The York Hotel

A four star graded guest accommodation based in the centre of Hartlepool town, a 10 minute drive to the A19. With ADSL access available in every bedroom, and the first hotel in Hartlepool with such amenities, backed up by our prestigious 4 Diamond rating, The York Hotel is perfect for your …

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Hartlepool Fireworks and Music Spectacular

Hartlepool Fireworks & Music Spectacular 2015- PIRATES! Location: Seaton Carew Seafront From: Thursday 05 Nov 2015 04:00pm To: Thursday 05 Nov 2015 07:00pm 4pm Funfair 5pm Entertainment at the clock tower with BBC Tees 6.30pm Fireworks display! We’d all love to be a superhero. Seize this opportunity and come to …

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VUE Cinema times Hartlepool Marina

VUE Cinemas Hartlepool has 7 screens and 1807 seats. The cinema offers incredibly comfortable all-stadium seating with extra stretch leg room. Huge floor to ceiling wall to wall screens combined with Dolby Digital Surround Sound provide a fantastic and memorable cinematic experience. Located right in Hartlepool marina the cinema is …

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Cleveland College of Art and Design

Cleveland College of Art & Design (CCAD) is the only specialist art and design college in the North East of England and one of only four in the country. It came top of the National Student Survey in regards to student satisfaction when compared with other specialist colleges and came …

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Hartlepool Sixth Form College

Hartlepool Sixth Form College, also known as Brinkburn Sixth Form College or 6fc, is one of fewer than 100 specialist sixth form colleges (for ages 16-19) in England. Hartlepool Sixth Form College has the widest choice of academic courses at level 3 (A level, AS level, Applied A level and …

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Hartlepool College of Further Education

Situated in the centre of town, Hartlepool College of Further Education serves the post 16 education and training needs of Hartlepool and the community. Working in conjunction with a range of partners including Teesside University. The College currently has approximately 8,000 learners following full and part-time courses, studying for academic, …

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Harbour Hartlepool Refuge

Harbour (formerly known as North Tees Women’s Aid) has worked for over 30 years to achieve safer communities through holistic services addressing domestic abuse. It operates across Hartlepool, Stockton, Middlesbrough, and Easington, and offers refuge services, adult and children’s outreach services, a counselling programme and a perpetrator programme. Visit Harbour’s …

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Old Pictures of Hartlepool

Hartlepool was originally two towns, the ancient town of Hartlepool ‘Old Hartlepool’, known locally as the Headland, and the more recent ‘West Hartlepool’. They amalgamated in 1967 to form what is now the single entity known as Hartlepool.

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Old Pictures of Hartlepool

Surrounded on three sides by the sea, the Magnesium Limestone headland or peninsula called the Heugh at Hartlepool is more familiarly known as Old Hartlepool.

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Heugh Battery

A unique site filled with history and intrigue. The only British gun battery to have fired its guns in anger during the First World War – come and explore a faithfully restored 19th century coastal defence battery. The Heugh Gun Battery is situated on the Headland in Hartlepool. The First World War …

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Hartlepool Transport Interchange

The Transport Interchange connects Hartlepool’s train, bus, coach and taxi services on the eastern side of the Marina Gateway Bridge, near the railway station. The railway station benefitting from a larger car park and more transport services serving the station making an easy intergrated experience from public transport to rail and …

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Hartlepool Railway Station

The station is operated and served by Northern Rail. It is also served by Grand Central with its open access permission to run four services a day (with the exception of Sunday) in each direction between Sunderland and London. Between Mondays to Saturdays there is an hourly service northbound to …

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Carlton Bingo

Carlton Bingo is situated in the centre of town on Hartlepool’s York Road. Recently modernised to a high standard, Calrton Bingo has two licensed bars and a bistro, which offers a wide range of snacks. Hot meals are served all day and are prepared on the premises, all at very reasonable …

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Hartlepool Maritime Experience

Hartlepool Maritime Experience is a superb re-creation of an 18th century seaport, telling the story of life at sea at the time of Nelson, Napoleon and the Battle of Trafalgar which dares you to experience life aboard a real British Naval frigate two centuries ago. Become entranced by the world …

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RSPB Saltholme

A beautiful nature reserve that is home to a variety of wildlife. From brightly-coloured butterflies and gorgeous orchids, to stately swans and raucous common terns, we promise you won’t be disappointed. Saltholme’s friendly, enthusiastic staff and volunteers are here to help you make the most of your visit Come and explore …

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The Hartlepool Monkey, Who hung the monkey?

The Monkey Hanging Story The monkey-hanging legend is the most famous story connected with Hartlepool. During the Napoleonic Wars a French ship was wrecked off the Hartlepool coast. During the Napoleonic Wars there was a fear of a French invasion of Britain and much public concern about the possibility of …

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Middleton Grange Shopping Centre

Middleton Grange is a unique shopping destination that makes for a popular day out, whatever the weather – attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors every month. Open seven days a week (free parking every Sunday) Set in Hartlepool there are over 140 retail outlets under one roof including well known …

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Don’t Look Now!

I was just standing at the sink doing the washing up (the current Mrs Headlander won’t invest in a dishwasher as long as she’s married to me) and listening to good old, dependable Radio 2 the other day when a song came spluttering out of the old bakelite tranny that …

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Zen and the Art of Christmas Shopping

“Herro and ahhh so” from me, The Dalai Headlander, as I hope to guide you through the stresses and strains of the annual consumerfest argy bargy of pre-Christmas scrummaging… i.e. gift shopping. Whilst the current Mrs Headlander is whipping herself into the usual retail frenzy I am adopting a much …

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Virgin on the Ridiculous

Well, dear reader, I missed an article last week due to having to take a trip to Southampton. I was due back on Thursday night and so should’ve had plenty of time to regale you with my adventures but due to circumstances beyond my control I had to postpone my return …

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The Studio Hartlepool

The venue hosts a wide range of gigs from indie, rock, blues, jazz, punk, metal, folk etc with a special emphasis given to local performers as well as offering a well equipped space for touring national or international bands. Entrance to gigs is kept deliberately cheap to encourage people to …

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In the Ghetto… Sorry I meant Netto

Last weekend the current Mrs Headlander and myself took a quick trip to the beautiful environs of West View to visit Mrs H’s sister, Camella, as we were invited over to watch the rugby World Cup Final. As we were confident that England were going to easily win the game …

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Nigella Bytes

On a quiet night like tonight I like nothing more than running my fingers lightly over the front of Nigella… now before you all start wondering if I’m one lucky Headlander who is having an affair with TV’s Domestic Goddess I need to tell you that Nigella is actually what …

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Who wants to live in Darlington?

I need some help to find the answers to a serious issue that has been gnawing away at my insides. To whit: Why Darlo? By that I mean who wants to live in Darlington when you�’e got the thriving seaside community of Hartlepool down the road with its thriving Marina, lovely coal encrusted beaches and …

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Big Girls You Are Beautiful

Well, as you may have heard, his nibs is away off on his travels again; so I’m getting some peace and quiet for one whole week instead of getting woken up every morning by ‘Shrek’ or ‘guffy’ as I call him, moaning about the weather and life in general. Just …

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Proud to be a Poolie

This week a new local award scheme has been announced the Pride in Hartlepool awards, which are being run by our local council. The scheme is designed ”to ensure that individuals have a chance to earn some deserved recognition for their efforts to make the town a better place”. Well …

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Between a Northern Rock and a Hard Place

Hands up those of you who have accounts at the Northern Rock then? What? None of you? Well I dont blame you either… OK then hands up all those who used to have accounts at the Northern Rock Ah thats better I can see plenty of hands now. If you …

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Know Wot I Mean ‘arry?

The Pint and Fight lived up to its name this week… we had a real fight break out in the bar on Tuesday night. Not a little scuffle between 2 guys who are full of words and insults and are being held back by their mates whilst struggling not quite …

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Seeing Stars

This week I humbly offer you an advanced astrological service. Cosmic vibrations have entered my being and I, Mystic Headlander, am going to commune with the universe to channel details of all the latest heavenly happenings letting you know how they will affect your lives. Just wait as I slip …

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Blank Holiday Monday

Well… how was it for you then? The last Bank Holiday until Christmas (Sorry to use the C word before December) has passed us by – and as a bonus the summer weather finally arrived. If you�re lucky enough to have a job what did you decide to do with …

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In The Henhouse Again

Mrs Headlander has left me… It’s official! She’s packed a bag and has scarpered off to another country to ‘have a good time’ she says. Normally I’d be pretty devastated but I’m coping quite well… particularly as I know that she’ll be back on Monday as she’s only run away …

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Making Plans for (Big) Nigel

This week I’ve been out for a drink with an old mate of mine… the legend that is Big Nige. He’s been in the area visiting some friends who reside in that lovely theme park to the North of us (I think it’s called Geordieland) so I had to pop …

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All Change Please

Walking across the big road junction of Gateway Bridge and Church Street earlier in the week I was gratified to see that a large hoarding has finally appeared telling us Hartlepudlians that our new transport interchange is to be constructed soon, joining together bus, coach, rail and taxi services all in one place. Hooray… I …

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Animal Knack’ers

Well here’s some shocking news for us all to think about: I’ve just read an article that says that Hartlepool and East Durham are “two of the worst areas for animal cruelty”. I assume this means in the country, although the article is not specific on that point (I’ve tried to …

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The Not So Beautiful Game

Over many beers in our local hostelry of choice, The Pint and Fight, us locals all like to sit (or stand) around the bar chewing the fat and mulling over the events of the week. As usual for a basic boozer the discussions can be pretty varied and interesting… …Well, …

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A Waste of a Cycle

Soon, so I am told, I will only be getting my household rubbish collected every 2 weeks. Well whoop de doo. Instead of my weekly trip out with my green bin I’m going to be forced to recycle. This means that I will then have a lovely selection of receptacles …

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