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South Bank and North Ormesby walk-in centres close today;

Dog lovers are being invited to scatter the ashes of Scamp - the dog that found buried alive in Kirkleatham Woods with a nail through his head - this evening;

...and East Cleveland is getting its very own cycling race that takes place this Sunday.

South Bank and North Ormesby walk-in centres close today.

This means that the hours at Redcar Hospital will be extended from tomorrow.

The Minor Injury Unit will now be open from 8am until half nine in the evening, seven days a week.

Instead of going to Eston Grange and Resolution Health Centre patients are advised to call 111.

Anyone wanting to see a doctor out-of-hours should call their GP Surgery to make an appointment at one of the new extended hours centres, including Redcar.

Other extended hours centres can be found in East Cleveland Hospital in Brotton, North Ormesby Health Village and the One Life Centre in Linthorpe.

 

Dog lovers are being invited to scatter the ashes of Scamp - the dog that found buried alive in Kirkleatham Woods with a nail through his head - this evening.

Animal charity Save Our Strays have made an agreement with the RSPCA to scatter his ashes on Marske beach.

He was found in the woods last October after walkers heard a whimpering noise.

Two men from Redcar were jailed for four months after admitting to the cruelty.

Michael Heathcock pleaded guilty to hammering the nail into Scamp's head while Richard Finch admitted to assisting.

Anyone who wants to attend is asked to gather on the beach below The Stray Café at half six this evening.

 

East Cleveland is getting its very own cycling race that takes place this Sunday.

The East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix will see 140 elite cyclists from across the country getting in the saddle.

The race will start and finish in Guisborough and will take riders through Saltburn, Easington, Loftus and Brotton.

Residents are being encouraged to decorate their houses in yellow and green to show their support.

The race begins and 12pm and is expected to end around 3pm on Sunday the second of April.


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