Zetland FM Local News - 12th May 2017
A teenage girl has been attacked by three other girls in Eston;
An inquest has opened into the death of a man whose body was found on Saltburn cliffs;
...and a documentary about an explorer from Redcar is set to play at the Regent Cinema.
A teenage girl has been attacked by three other girls in Eston.
It happened at Eston Recreation Ground when the girls aged between 14 and 16 approached her on Sunday.
The girl suffered injuries to her face and hands but didn't need any medical attention.
Anyone with information is asked to phone Cleveland Police on 101.
An inquest has opened into the death of a man whose body was found on Saltburn cliffs.
Marco Menna was found at the top of Huntcliff on Wednesday last week.
Mr Menna was 40-years-old, lived in Middlesbrough and worked as an accounts manager.
His body was recovered after the police received concerned reports of a man on the cliffs.
The inquest has been adjourned until a date where more details will be released about Mr Menna’s death.
A documentary about an explorer from Redcar is set to play at the Regent Cinema.
Letters from Baghdad tells the story of Gertrude Bell, an adventurer who helped shape the Middle East after the First World War.
Gertrude grew up in Redcar at her former home Red Barns and was the first woman to achieve a first-class degree in modern history from Oxford.
The film was released late last month and now the documentary is coming to Redcar for special showings.
It will be on at the Regent Cinema from the 19th of May.