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Redcar and Cleveland’s newly elected Mayor, Councillor Dennis Teasdale has worn the borough’s red robes for the first time at his official Mayoral Investiture Ceremony yesterday;

Police are warning the public that vehicles left on the public road should be taxed and insured;

...and residents of Margrove Park are being invited to a property marking event this weekend.

 

Redcar and Cleveland’s newly elected Mayor, Councillor Dennis Teasdale has worn the borough’s red robes for the first time at his official Mayoral Investiture Ceremony yesterday.

The Mayor, who was elected into office at last week’s Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council’s AGM, has chosen Guisborough and District Friends of Cancer Research UK and Guisborough and East Cleveland Sea Cadets as the two charities he will be supporting throughout his year in office.

The 71 year old Conservative Councillor for the Guisborough Ward, whose working life has been spent in local government, was elected onto Guisborough Town Council in 2011 and has twice been Town Mayor. He became a Redcar & Cleveland Borough Councillor at the last election in 2015.

The Deputy Mayor is Lockwood Ward Councillor Steve Kay, who will be assisted by Mrs Christine Kingham as the Deputy Mayoress.

 

Police are warning the public that vehicles left on the public road should be taxed and insured.

The message comes after two vehicles were recovered on Westray Street in Carlin How for having no tax or valid insurance.

Now police are advising motorists to not to leave untaxed vehicles on public highways and to make sure that vehicles have valid insurance.

 

Residents of Margrove Park are being invited to a property marking event this weekend.

Police community support officers will be hosting the event in the village hall between 3-5pm this Saturday 26th May.

Members of the public are invited to bring bikes, scooters, laptops, garden tools along and have a chat with local PCSO's Claire and Danyelle.


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