A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Monday 4th April:

Lifeboat crews from Redcar along with Coastguard teams from Skinningrove and Staithes were called out on Saturday night to Saltburn Pier.

Following a request from Police, they attended to a report that a man was on the wrong side of the railings around 9.30. 

A Police negotiator was drafted in to talk the man down and the incident was concluded with no injuries.


Redcar and Cleveland Borough Councils new 'Check It Before You Chuck It' recycling campaign heads on the road from today across the Borough.

With the aim of getting us to recycle more, you can meet the teams at Skelton Civic Hall today from 9.00am till 12:30pm, Eston Leisure Centre tomorrow from 12.30pm till 2 and in the Market Place, Loftus on Wednesday from 9 to 11 & in The Old Co-op building from 11.30am till 1.30pm the same day.


Saltburn, Marske and New Marske Parish Council have started the new month off with a move! The Parish Council office relocated on Friday to a new base at The Conference Centre of Saltburn Learning Campus on Marske Mill Lane.

The building is occupying what was the caretakers bungalow and is sited a short distance away from the old office. Any visitors will still be able to use the Leisure Centre car park and some meeting dates and times have been reviewed, so check their website for details www.smnmpc.co.uk


In weekend sport, there was defeat for Guisborough Rugby club against Driffield, with the game ending 14 a side and the home team losing 12 points to 24.

Meanwhile, an official statement has been released from Guisborough Town Football Club into their disqualification from Northern League Brooks Mileson Memorial League Cup Competition yesterday. 

In it, they say the club is extremely disappointed that due to an administrative oversight they've had to withdraw due to inadvertently fielding one of their young Development Side players as a substitute in last Wednesday’s Quarter Final against Shildon, which they won on the night 3-2 after extra time. 

The team went on to say they are now aware that this player was technically ineligible and regret the mistake. A review of their internal player registration procedures has taken place to prevent another repeat.

In the North East Regional Womens Football League Redcar Town Ladies won away to fellow strugglers Easingwold with a 7 goals to 2 drubbing.


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