Zetland FM Local News - 5th April 2018
Volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action yesterday afternoon;
Police in Stokesley are appealing for the public's help after a local service station was burgled;
...and Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council is appealing for Teesside’s men and women of steel to tell their stories.
Volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action yesterday afternoon.
The team responded at around 1.30 yesterday lunchtime when they were requested to assist a woman who had collapsed on a footpath below Roseberry Topping.
The woman was assessed at the scene then carried by stretcher to the team's Land Rover Ambulance, accompanied by a paramedic, before being transported to a waiting ambulance nearby.
12 team members were involved for just over 2 hrs.
Police in Stokesley are appealing for the public's help after a local service station was burgled.
Overnight on Tuesday into Wednesday this week the Imperial Service Station in Great Ayton was been broken into.
Three men were involved and made off from the scene in what is believed to be a Ford Fiesta sized car.
If you have any information in relation to this incident please call the non-emergancy number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council is appealing for Teesside’s men and women of steel to tell their stories.
The Year of Steel project, to be held at Kirkleatham Museum, will preserve the history of our steel making heritage for generations to come.
But it can’t be done without the help of local people who have been involved in the steel industry.
A special roadshow will be held on Saturday 14 April between 11am-3pm at Kirkleatham Museum to record people’s steel stories.
The project is looking for anyone who has a passion for Teesside’s industry and heritage, worked within the steel industry past or present, or who has stories, photographs or artefacts to share.