Zetland FM Local News - 6th February 2017
A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Monday 6th February 2017.
A group of people have been rescued after being stranded on rocks at Redcar.
The coastguard rushed to Coatham Rocks on Friday after a number of people were cut off by the incoming tide.
Once they arrived at the scene, the coastguard found the group was managing to climb ashore via the sewer pipe.
Others were given safety advice not to venture onto the rocks.
Suspected fake handbags, trainers and fleeces have been seized from a house in Brotton.
Officers from Guisborough Neighbourhood Policing Team helped a trading standards team with the seizure.
What is being described as a “large amount” of suspected counterfeit clothing and goods were taken.
An investigation is now underway.
Teesside Hospice is holding a charity dog-walking event in Redcar this coming weekend.
The charity event takes place on a 4 mile route on Foxrush Farm on Sunday the 12th of February at half past ten.
Each dog will receive a certificate for taking part and there will also be special surprises on the day.
And anyone who books a place in advance will get a doggy goody bag donated by Wags and Whiskers Pet Boutique and Café.
Booking forms can be found in Wags and Whiskers and on the Teesside Hospice website and humans can enter free of charge.