Zetland FM Local News - 15th February 2018
Police are appealling for dashcam footage following a serious collision in Normanby;
The Education Secretary was in Guisborough on Monday for talks with local school leaders;
...and residents of North Ormesby are being invited to a Big Local Big Meeting about their community.
Police are appealling for dashcam footage following a serious collision in Normanby.
Officers are appealing for the footage after a collision occurred involving a gold Renault Megane and a pedestrian.
The incident occurred yesterday, Tuesday 13th February at 3:20pm on West Street in Normanby.
The 91-year-old male pedestrian was taken to James Cook University Hospital where he is being treated for serious injuries including a fractured pelvis, ribs and spine.
Anyone who believes they have captured relevant footage or anyone else who was in the area at the time and saw the collision - or the Megane beforehand - is asked to contact PC Amanda Stokes of the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101.
The Education Secretary was in Guisborough on Monday for talks with local school leaders.
Damian Hinds, the new Secretary of State for Education attended a meeting arranged by Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland MP Simon Clarke.
Simon invited every head from his constituency to the meeting at Prior Pursglove College for a detailed discussion with the cabinet minister about local education issues.
The wide-ranging Q&A covered topics including how to attract good teachers to the North East, teacher workload, special educational needs, mental health, early years education and school funding.
Residents of North Ormesby are being invited to a Big Local Big Meeting about their community.
The event will take place next Wednesday, February 21 from 6pm-8pm at North Ormesby Working Men’s Club on Kings Road.
The meeting is an opportunity for residents to see what work has been carried out in their community, to have their say and become involved in the plans for the future.
For more information call Karen O’Hara on 01642 909840.