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A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Saturday 27th August 2016.

A number of youngsters needed treatment at the scene of a three-car smash in Redcar yesterday.

The youngsters were treated at the scene following the crash on Kirkleatham Lane, which happened just before twenty to eleven yesterday morning.

Police, fire and ambulance crews attended the incident, which involved a BMW, a Volkswagen Polo and Mini Cooper, close to the junction for Kirkleatham Village.

Cleveland Police have confirmed that those involved in the accident were treated for minor injuries, including the male driver of the BMW who was also treated at the scene.



Cleveland Police have confirmed that a body found in Guisborough Woods has now been formally identified as that of Pat Kettlewell.

Pat, from Lingdale, was reported missing last Saturday. Her body was found during a search by police and Mountain Rescue colleagues on Tuesday morning.

The death is not being treated as suspicious and officers say their thoughts are with Pat’s family at this difficult time.



It's Lifeboat Day in Saltburn tomorrow! Getting underway at 10am and running through until 4pm there will be a number of lifeboat displays and exercises, as well as opportunities to meet the volunteers from the RNLI who keep our shores safe around the clock.

There will also be a Sea Safety stand, various competitions on the beach, and lifeboat souvenirs available to purchase with all funds going to the RNLI.

The RNLI are appealing for volunteers to help collect donations on the day. If you can help, please email Redcar lifeboat station: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Redcar beach is hosting two top events this weekend including Get Loose on the Beach featuring star DJ Pete Tong.

The superstar will be taking centre stage tomorrow from 4pm, with resident house DJs from around the UK and Europe also set to perform.

Taking place this afternoon is the Festival of Colour, which is a Holy colour paint party, traditionally celebrated by Hindu's, where people throw paint powder at each other. This gets underway from 4pm today on Majuba Beach.

The paint party festival was originally scheduled for the beginning of the month but had to be postponed due to high winds.

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