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[[File:Redcar and Cleveland UK locator map.svg|thumb|Redcar and Cleveland located within North Yorkshire]]''' Redcar and Cleveland''' is a [[unitary authority]], created in 1996, in the ceremonial county of [[North Yorkshire]].  
 
[[File:Redcar and Cleveland UK locator map.svg|thumb|Redcar and Cleveland located within North Yorkshire]]''' Redcar and Cleveland''' is a [[unitary authority]], created in 1996, in the ceremonial county of [[North Yorkshire]].  
  
In 1974 the district was created (as '''Langbaurgh''' in 1974 in the county of [[Cleveland]]) from part of the former [[county borough]] of [[Teesside]].  In 1988 it was named '''Langbaurgh-on-Tees'''.
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In 1974 the district was created (as '''Langbaurgh''' in the county of [[Cleveland]]) from part of the former [[county borough]] of [[Teesside]].  In 1988 it was named '''Langbaurgh-on-Tees'''.
  
 
==LGBT history==
 
==LGBT history==
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Latest revision as of 17:21, 29 March 2020

Redcar and Cleveland located within North Yorkshire
Redcar and Cleveland is a unitary authority, created in 1996, in the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire.

In 1974 the district was created (as Langbaurgh in the county of Cleveland) from part of the former county borough of Teesside. In 1988 it was named Langbaurgh-on-Tees.

LGBT history

The lesbian campaigner Esmé Langley was born in Guisborough in 1919.

In 2010 the local NHS Trust became a Stonewall Diversity Champion.[1]

References

  1. http://www.redcarandcleveland.nhs.uk/content/page.aspx?page=291