Lest we forget Matty Jordan who tragically died in March on a trip to Windermere with friends and thanks to Sam Williams and the good people of the Dormans Club we won't.
This was the inaugural Matthew Jordan Football Tournament and Charity Night.
Sunday's sevens football tournament played out in Dormans field under glorious sunshine. The group stage was strictly all-comers including Harrogate Town Academy, an all girls team, a somewhat out of condition dads team and a team playing in Hawaiian shirts.
Here we go again with another round of voting for Teesside Photo of the Month! These are the six finalists for July's competition, with this months theme being 'Sports, Leisure & Pastimes'. We got more entries than ever this month, but many great Teesside photo's were ruled out due to them not fitting the theme! Nevertheless, there were many left that did and it was really difficult to narrow them down to just six as there were 8 we wanted to put through!
The winner will receive a £20 Amazon voucher, courtesy of our sponsors, Tomlinson Hall, Teesside's industrial pump specialists and entry into our Teesside Photo of the Year.
Vote now by clicking the link below.
Until I went and paid a visit to see Middlesbrough couple David Beattie and Tracy Lee, I really didn't know what to expect. Coffee is something that I drink every day, but can’t say that I have paid that much attention to it. I have recently migrated from the dull freeze dried stuff onto the Costa and the Starbucks Latte’s and thought I had nailed it, until I met this couple.
Between the two of them and some friends they have converted an old Granary building into what is now a cracking little spot where they roast some very exclusive Speciality coffees. Their coffee paradise is the dream child of David who, whilst travelling, spent a lot of time with a small Coffee Farmers Cooperative in by the dense Sumatran Jungle south of Lake Toba.