Zetland FM Local News - 22nd April 2017
Police are looking for information after four incidents of arson in East Cleveland that could be linked;
Redcar MP Anna Turley is trying to stop Marske Medical Centre from closing;
...and Redcar and Cleveland Council is urging local businesses to promote themselves at this year's 'Kick Off The Summer' event in Redcar.
Police are looking for information after four incidents of arson in East Cleveland that could be linked.
The most recent fires happened yesterday morning, the first at stables in Skelton where bales of hay were pushed up against a building and set alight.
Two teenage boys were seen on Guisborough Road around the time of the incident.
The second happened at a house on The Fairways in Saltburn around half an hour later.
Other incidents took place on Monday last week and Wednesday at an empty property, and at an allotment in Skelton.
Anyone with information is asked to contact DS Guy Newnam on the non-emergency number 101.
Redcar MP Anna Turley is trying to stop Marske Medical Centre from closing.
The centre is set to close in June after health chiefs said they couldn't find anyone to take it over.
The contract with South Tees Medical means the GP and nursing services can run through until May.
Now Anna has written to the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to ask him to step in urgently.
Petitions have been circulated around Marske and a public meeting will be held next Thursday at the Cricket Club.
Redcar and Cleveland Council is urging local businesses to promote themselves at this year's 'Kick Off The Summer' event in Redcar.
The event is being organised by the 'Friends of Redcar' in partnership with the council, takes place in May, and once again there'll be sand artists creating spectacular creations like last year.
Ahead of the event business owners are invited to find out how they can promote themselves there.
A presentation is taking place this coming Thursday at the Palace Hub in Redcar.