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Police have named a woman who died on the A174 Parkway at the weekend;

MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, has called on the government to protect mental health services for children and young people as staff at a Redcar mental health charity face redundancy;

...and visitors to Kirkleatham Museum will have the opportunity to browse a wide selection of vintage, antique and upcycled items as the Spring Brocante gets underway.

 

Police have named a woman who died on the A174 Parkway at the weekend. 

25 year old Brooke Lauren Wilson was sadly found deceased on the westbound carriageway of the A174 Parkway in the early hours of Saturday.

Brooke was employed as a Care Worker and lived in Middlesbrough.

Her death is not being treated as suspicious.

Brooke’s family have released a statement in which they say that they are absolutely devastated by Brooke’s death and will miss her so very much.  She was a much loved daughter and sister, as well as a mother to two beautiful children.

The family have now asked for privacy whilst they try to come to terms with what has happened.

 

MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, has called on the government to protect mental health services for children and young people as staff at a Redcar mental health charity face redundancy.

Speaking in the House of Commons during Health & Social Care Questions, Anna challenged the minister for Mental Health and Inequalities, Jackie Doyle-Price MP, to commit to increasing funding for children and adolescent mental health services.

 

Visitors to Kirkleatham Museum will have the opportunity to browse a wide selection of vintage, antique and upcycled items as the Spring Brocante gets underway.

Taking place this Saturday 24 March, the Brocante will see a wide range of brilliant homewares, textiles, china, rustic furniture and the best of French & English vintage, reused and repurposed antiques and curios.

In the past, the event has been held at the Pavilion, but for 2018 the event is moving across the courtyard and going into the Museum itself with stalls and sellers located throughout all three floors of the building.

The event is free to attend, and runs between 10am and 4pm.


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