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Police officers in Skelton are asking local parents if they know where their children are on an evening after continued anti-social behaviour in the town;

A dog from our area has died in what vets think is a case of Alabama Rot;

...and volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team are appealing for the public's help to find land where their rescue dogs can be trained.

 

Police officers in Skelton are asking local parents if they know where their children are on an evening after continued anti-social behaviour in the town.

The question comes after continued problems with anti-social behaviour in and around the new McDonalds store at Skelton Retail Park.

Officers from the local neighbourhood policing team are working closely with staff at McDonalds and say that they will deliver Banning Letters to any person who they deem to be causing Anti Social Behaviour in the Skelton restaurant.

They are also warning that clear evidence of inappropriate behaviour captured on the restaurant's CCTV will be viewed by officers.

 

A dog from our area has died in what vets think is a case of Alabama Rot.

The fatal condition can cause agonising lesions and, ultimately, kidney failure.

Marske Vets has revealed a dog possibly caught it after a walk in Errington Woods.

Symptoms of the disease include suspicious lesions on the skin, unexplained loss of appetite, lack of energy, vomiting, changes in amount of produced urine.

The disease damages blood vessels and causes blood to clot which then damages the kidneys.

It was first identified in the USA during the 80s.

 

Volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team are appealing for the public's help to find land where their rescue dogs can be trained.

The team's trainee search dogs need access to land that they can train on, and the team have posted on Facebook to see if anyone has land locally that they could use.

The team say that land with a mixture of woodland and open ground would make the best training environment.

If you think you can help, you can contact the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team via their website at clevelandmrt.org.uk


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