The Mighty River Tees
The Tees starts its course from the source on Cross Fell winding its way to the the North Sea in Tees Bay. Over the years the river has changed its use resulting in a vast history and heritage. Today as well as remaining a commercial river it supporting wildlife and the opportunity for recreation. In the past it has seen battles, abundance and demise, particularly industry. However things are changing!
This site aims to provide details of the projects redeveloping the Tees, activities and opportunities for the community to be involved and enjoy and general information about the river and its surrounding areas.
Community involvement helping to improve the landscape and highlight the value of the river.
River Tees Rediscovered Landscape Partnership have a five year Project ongoing. Check out the details.
History & Heritage
The Tees has been a communication route for hundreds of years.
Find out More
Tees Archaeology can provide a vast range of information and arrange walks and talks on this subject.
Events in the Area
Public events are happening throughout the year. Our events page will tell you more.
Join in the FunLet us know about your event and we will publish it here.
The Tees, particularly above the Tees Barrage offers a wide range of activities.
Make the most of it.Check out the Activities page to find something to suit you. From Walking to Wake Boarding, Birdwatching to Boating