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A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Saturday 3rd September 2016

Redcar's MP Anna Turley has thanked everyone who attended a public meeting on the future of Redcar High Street and the town centre.

There was standing room only at the Coatham Memorial Hall yesterday afternoon, with those in attendance putting forward a number of ideas on how to revitalise the town.

 

 

Can you name 3 things that are important to you and your family when it comes to health? That’s the question the local NHS in South Tees are asking ahead of an innovative engagement event next week.

NHS South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group, which is the organisation responsible for planning and buying the majority of health services on behalf of local people, is holding a ‘Planning for your health – what’s important to you?’ engagement event at its offices in North Ormesby Health Village this Friday 9 September from 10am-12pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The event will also include an update on the CCG, their plans for the future, table top exercises and a summary of their draft commissioning intentions.

 

 

Local Taekwondo champion Jazz Kelly has had support from the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland Councillor Barry Hunt, before she jets off to the World Championships in Italy.

Redcar-born Jazz is already a regular on the national scene and becoming well-known at European Level.

Before the championships start on Monday 5 September, the 16-year-old came to the Redcar & Cleveland Leisure and Community Heart to meet with Barry Hunt and talk about her training and fundraising efforts.

With a shared interest in Taekwondo and other martial arts, the Mayor discussed Jazz’s training regime at the North East School of Traditional Taekwondo and her hopes for the world championships.

Jazz, who has just completed her GCSEs, has thanked everyone for all the support she has had so far. 

As well as looking for world championship success, Jazz is also hoping her form of Taekwondo will be introduced into the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

 


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