Like you, we have been awaiting more detailed information regarding a proposed completion date for the maintenance work on the course and handover back from Canal & River Trust. Unfortunately, we have no involvement with the physical works or completion timeline, however, there is now water in the course, and whilst there is still work going on in the background, this is great news that a reopening date is seemingly getting closer.
As soon as we receive further information we will update you all and will publish the summer programme for the course.
Thanks for your patience and fingers crossed it won’t be long before we’re all back on the water.
Sean Fletcher and Helen Skelton explored Tees Valley in an hour long episode about the region. The episode featured the lower reaches of the River Tees where the industrial landscape meets green and fertile countryside and focuses on how Tees Barrage is improving wildlife at the mouth of the River Tees.
Helen also drops in at the Tees Barrage International White Water Centre and explains to viewers about how the white water course is powered by four giant Archimedes screws which pump water around the course turning it into a thrill-seekers’ paradise.
The feature then moves on to discuss the world-class facility that has given young people in the area the opportunity to compete at international level and Helen meets four young hopefuls planning to one day make it to the Olympics.
Episode: Tees Valley
Production Dates: November 2019
Aired: 1 December 2019
Series Producer: Joanna Brame
Presenter: Sean Fletcher and Helen Skelton
For more information about film production at Tees Barrage please contact email@example.com or telephone Chris Gibbens, Centre Manager on 01642 678000 for more details on your exact requirements.
Tees Barrage was used as a filming location for the highly anticipated and two-time Golden Globe winning movie, 1917.
The Storm City Episode: Flood, presented by Ben Fogle, was filmed at Tees Barrage International White Water Centre and excellently demonstrated the destructive force of moving water.
The hit ITV drama used Tees Barrage as a film location for a crime scene in 2019.
MTV's popular reality show follows the lives of a group of young adults in Newcastle upon Tyne.
CITV's Dare Master is a show that sees young dare devils take on a range of adrenaline fuelled activities with white water rafting being top of the list!