Remember When: The history of Middlesbrough's Centre Square

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    Teesside Live 17 June 2013. "....Centre Square is no stranger to hosting major events. Since it opened in October 2006, it has become a popular venue for many outdoor events and activities. Centre Square is the largest civic space of its kind in Europe. It replaced the former Victoria Gardens to create a new open space. The centrepiece is the glass-fronted mima gallery. It is also surrounded by the Town Hall, Civic Centre and Central Library. Discussions first got underway to establish a new art gallery in central Middlesbrough in May 1999....."
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