Zetland FM Local News - 15th September 2016
A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Thursday 15th September 2016
A motorcyclist has suffered serious injuries following a crash near to Guisborough.
The 40-year-old man was flown to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough by the Great North Air Ambulance Service after suffering severe head injuries in the accident on Tuesday.
The accident occurred on the A171 at Birk Brow, near to Guisborough, just before 4.30pm and involved the motorcyclist and a Vauxhall Insignia.
The injured man, who is believed to be from Guisborough, was anaesthetised by paramedics at the scene before being flown to the hospital where he was admitted to a specialist unit.
His condition was described as stable yesterday.
A former hotel in Redcar has been named as one of the top 10 most “endangered” buildings in the country.
Red Barns, which was built in 1868 and is the Grade II listed former home of the Victorian explorer Gertrude Bell, has been included on a 2016 list of the Top Ten Endangered Buildings in England and Wales.
The list has been compiled by the National architectural charity the Victorian Society.
Campaigners, including Redcar MP Anna Turley launched a bid in July to save Red Barns from disrepair and turn it into a community resource.
The Victorian Society nows hopes that by including Red Barns on its latest list may help to prompt action.
The society says that urgent action is needed now to ensure that the building survives.
The Cleveland Police Cadet Programme is appealing for new cadets and volunteers to become a part of their team.
The cadets are run by police officers, Police Community Support Officers and volunteers across the four local policing areas in Cleveland.
Members of the Cleveland Police Cadets play an integral part in the local community and in representing the Force.
The programme gives teenagers aged between 13 and 16 the chance to develop life and citizenship skills whilst making new friends.