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Liverton Mines is a village in the unitary authority of Redcar and Cleveland and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. It is surrounded by large, local towns Middlesbrough, Redcar, Guisborough and Whitby. It is renowned for its award-winning fish and chip shop, and its overall windy nature. The village has a shop (Charlie's), a post office, church and a pub, the Hollywell.
The Cleveland Hills were once an important ironstone mining area, providing the iron ore for the steel industry in Middlesbrough. Liverton Mines had an ironstone pit outside the village, located in the Cleveland Ironstone belt. The pit was opened in 1866 and closed in 1923. It is no longer used.
Sport and recreation
Located within the heart of the village is a cricket field; it was once the home of Liverton Mines Cricket Club, but is no longer used for any type of recognised team sport. It is still used for the occasional gathering of local people for leisure. There is a large wooded area and valley to the west of the village leading to Carlin How.
Much of the housing is simple terraced Victorian, although a large estate was erected post World War II. There are currently[when?] two new housing projects under construction, one at the site of the former Working Men's Club and the other on the site of the Whitby Farmers store.
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