Zetland FM Local News - 10th November 2016
A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Thursday 10th November 2016.
Cleveland Police are urging residents to be careful when doing their online Christmas shopping.
£24 billion was spent online over last year's Christmas period.
So it’s an important time of the year to follow Cleveland Police's tips.
Shoppers are urged to be wary of inauthentic websites and items that seem too good a bargain to be true.
You should always check payment pages are secure and always log out after shopping.
Items such as event tickets should only be bought from official sources. And it's always safer to pay by credit card where possible.
The Met Office has issued a warning of ice for this morning for Redcar & Cleveland.
Icy patches are expected on roads and may cause some disruption to travel.
Ice is more likely where there has been snow or rain over last night.
There may also be some patches of fog.
Middlesbrough, Stockton, Darlington and Hartlepool may also be affected.
Lazenby residents can celebrate Remembrance Sunday after their memorial has been restored.
Wilton's chemical plant repaired the wall and fitted iron railings around the remembrance memorial at the request of Eston’s councillor Ann Higgins.
Residents of the village spotted cracks in the monument wall.
While elderly residents raised concerns about the sloped path, resulting in the new iron railings.
A small wreath laying service will take place at the memorial at 12pm on Remembrance Sunday.
A larger parade and service will also take place in Eston town centre.