Acklam shown within North Yorkshire
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|EU Parliament||North East England|
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, this once tiny village passed from Stokesley Rural District, to Middlesbrough Rural District and was eventually incorporated into the county borough of Middlesbrough during the early 20th century.
Acklam Road runs directly through Acklam, and just off Acklam Road is Hall Drive. The previous focus of the parish was the residence of the Hustler family, the Restoration mansion of Acklam Hall, this shown in maps of the pre-industrial area—such as the 1714 Lordship of Acklam Plan—in the nearby Dorman Museum in Linthorpe. The house, formerly a grammar school and Middlesbrough's sole Grade I listed building, had ceased to be the Acklam Campus of Middlesbrough College by the middle of 2008.
Former blacksmiths on Acklam Road]]
Acklam schools, include Kader Primary School, Acklam Grange School, Outwood Academy Acklam, Acklam Whin Primary School and St Clare's Primary School, on Trimdon Avenue. Acklam Grange Secondary School was previously Stainsby Secondary Modern School, named as such in 1952 after the mediaeval settlement of Stainsby.
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- Bob Mortimer – comedian and actor
- Pete Firman – comedian and magician
- Chris Rea – singer songwriter
- Brian Clough – footballer and football manager
- Elizabeth Carling – actress
- Steph McGovern – BBC business reporter
- Andy McDonald – Member of Parliament for Middlesbrough, was born in Acklam
- Alan Hughes MBE – vicar of Berwick and Canon of Newcastle Cathedral
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- "Stainsby Medieval Village". Tees Archaeology. Archived from the original on 13 May 2012. Retrieved 20 December 2007.
- "Andy McDonald chosen as Middlesbrough Labour candidate in by-election to replace the late Sir Stuart Bell". Darlington and Stockton Times. 4 November 2012. Retrieved 30 November 2011.