The Top Tweeters Worth Knowing In MiddlesbroughNo Comments
In our eleventh instalment of ‘Who’s Who?’, following on from our last ‘Top Tweeters worth knowing in Swindon’ post, we are now turning our attention to Middlesbrough, a large industrial town situated on south bank of the River Tees in North Yorkshire.
Getting to Know the Local Area & Landscape Online
For those thinking of moving to Middlesbrough, getting to know the local area is a vital part of any property research process, but so too is getting to know the local landscape online; who’s worth listening to, following or liking? Follow the right people and you’ll be a local expert in minutes, and anything you don’t know you can consult your Twitter community.
As such, we have identified the subsequent Twitter users as being worth following in order to get an insight into the communities, people and places that matter.
These are the Top Tweeters Worth Following in Middlesbrough:
Love Middlesbrough was launched in 2008, at the Riverside Stadium. The initiative was designed as a way for passionate people to come together to promote Middlesbrough as a fantastic place to live, learn, work, invest, visit, shop and play. They are a must-follow for anyone from the local area, and do very well in maintaining their active, engaged follower base.
Middlesbrough Powerchair Football Club (PFC) is a sports club for people of all ages, male and female, with a severe physical disability. This fast paced team sport enables those with even the most severe physical disabilities to play the beautiful game. They are active on Twitter and bring regular updates of the goings on around the club.
Flares is a nightclub in the town that plays 1970’s and party tunes all night long. The venue is open 5 nights a week and is guaranteed to provide a fun night out that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Give them a follow to stay updated on the latest nights and offers.
The Gazette has been published for over 140 years, and is the most widely read local newspaper in the Teesside area. The paper provides the community with updates on all the latest news, sports, events, jobs, property and more. Their Twitter feed is regularly updated with local and occasionally national updates.
Middlesbrough Town Hall is a stunning Grade II* listed Victorian concert venue. The building plays host to a wide range of events from concerts to comedy, conferences to theatre, weddings and workshops. Give them a follow to stay in touch with upcoming event announcements and information.
The Meze Lounge is an authentic Turkish restaurant offering a menu of traditional dishes. At the restaurant you will find a rich tapestry of tastes and atmosphere all perfected in the kitchens of the Sultans’ palaces from the Ottoman era. Their Twitter feed full of tempting food pictures is guaranteed to whet your appetite.
Middlesbrough Theatre was opened in 1957 and was one of the first new theatres built in England after the Second World War. Today it is a great little venue with an exciting and varied repertoire of drama and other theatre activities. Give them a follow for news and updates surrounding the theatre.
Ageing Better Middlesbrough is working to reduce loneliness and isolation for people over 50 in Middlesbrough by inspiring current and future generations to live active and happy lives. A very worthy cause to follow and support.
The Italian restaurant Al Forno is a fantastic place to meet and eat. Choose from a range of superb, fresh Italian food, accompanied by beautiful wine and excellent service. Whether you’re just popping in for a fresh salad, or you’re visiting for a hearty home cooked Italian dinner, their award-winning chefs will not disappoint. Another account that’s Twitter feed will leave you hungry and extremely tempted.
Situated in a quiet village on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, Chadwicks Inn Maltby is a traditional country pub with an award-winning restaurant. These awards include Michelin guide appearances, Michelin eating out pub guide appearances and 2 AA Rosettes – a clear indication of the high level of food and services in this small quaint location.