Zetland FM Local News - 24th May 2017
Police say “inquiries are still ongoing” into a body found in a stream in Guisborough;
Signs have been stolen from a local animal charity;
...and today's the final day to see a documentary about a Redcar adventurer at the Regent Cinema.
Police say “inquiries are still ongoing” into a body found in a stream in Guisborough.
They launched an investigation after a member of the public reported seeing the body on Monday.
It was in a stream near the Bow Street Centre off Whitby Road.
But Cleveland Police still can't confirm the identity or gender of the person found.
Signs have been stolen from a local animal charity.
The signs were stolen on Saturday night from the Kirkleatham Lane entrance to SARA in Redcar.
One was a massive banner advertising a sponsored dog walk and the other was a metal “private road” sign.
And a third wooden sign was found smashed up in nearby woodland.
The stolen signs cost the charity 160 pounds but are being replaced by a local sign maker.
Today's the final day to see a documentary about a Redcar adventurer 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 came to Redcar for special showings.
It will be on at the Regent Cinema for two final showings at 1:00pm and 5:30pm.