Redcar and Cleveland is one of Britain’s hidden gems – and our aim is to make it known around the world. The borough offers a great quality of life, with a stunning coastline and the gateway to the natural beauty of North York Moors National Park. With that on your doorstep, it is unsurprising there are plenty of outdoor activities to choose from. We have a wide-ranging culture programme and boast a national treasure in the Grade I listed Kirkleatham Estate and the National Trust-run Ormesby Hall. The standard of living is high but the cost of living is not. House prices are very affordable and your money will go far further than in many other parts of the country, leaving you with more to spend on your spare time. If you have a family – or are considering starting one – Redcar and Cleveland has some of the best performing primary schools in the country. The future is bright in the borough and this is built on a proud past. It is renowned for its cutting-edge industries, and that innovation continues today. Redcar and Cleveland is ideally positioned for exploring a wider region which includes York, Durham, Newcastle all within an hour’s drive. Moving to Redcar and Cleveland is a great opportunity – we’re sure you won’t be disappointed. For more information about the Tees Valley, go to https://www.enjoyteesvalley.com/
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