Norton TS20 - Stockton on Tees , Teesside
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The Malleable Club , Norton Road
Just past the duck pond and up the hill you will find in the little village of Norton the ever popular MALLEABLE CLUB where you could see some of the best looking people in Teesside enjoying some of the finest exquisite beers and lagers in the world whilst been entertained with bingo , bands , duos and least we not forget the world famous
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The Malleable Social Club is one of the premier clubs in the Stockton area, serving the needs of the local community for over forty five years.
With excellent facilities and a superb range of entertainment every week, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind with friends and family.
Located just a mile from Stockton town centre, on Norton Rd, the club is ideally placed to host your private party or function. We can cater for groups of up to 200 in our concert room or 75 in our upstairs lounge.
Zumba with Simon Keay
314 Norton Rd Stockton on Tees,
Cleveland TS20 2PU
Bed & Breakfast
A friendly service is guaranteed at this clean and welcoming guest house; ideally located for the surrounding areas of Stockton on Tees, Seal Sands, Billingham, Haverton Hill, Middlesbrough and more.
Floribunda - Artisan Cafe - OPEN 1st Oct(delayed)
New Bakery , CAFE and florist , soon to be opened on the High St , 1st October ( opp Blackwells Butchers .)
A Quick Snippet of the History of Norton Village
In 1870-72, John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Norton like this:
NORTON, a village and a parish in Stockton district, Durham. The village stands on a hill, near the junction of the Clarence and Stockton railways, 1¾ mile N of Stockton; has an avenue of trees in its chief street; hasalso, at its N end, a large green, surrounded by well-built houses; was once a market town; and has a post-office under Stockton-on-Tees. The parish includes the manor of Blakeston, and comprises 4, 614 acres.
Pop. in 1851, 1, 725, in 1861, 2, 317. Houses, 507. The increase of pop. arose from the erection of ironworks. The property is subdivided. The manor belongs to the Ecclesiastical Co missioners. Norton House is a chief residence. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Durham. Value, £378.* Patron, the Bishop of Chester. The church is cruciform and good: has a transition Norman nave, an early English chancel, and a central tower; was made collegiate by Bishop de Carileph; and contains some stall-work, the mortuary chapel of the Blakestons, a very fine effigies of a knight, and an altar-piece brought from a Benedictine convent on the continent. There are chapels for Quakers and Wesleyans, an endowed grammar-school, and charities £33. The grammar-school has existed since 1600; and has £40 a year from endowment. Bernard Gilpin was vicar; and Christopher Middleton, who attempted in 1745 to discover the Northwest passage, was a resident.