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Cleveland Mountain Rescue were called out by Police yesterday lunchtime after a woman fell at Roseberry Topping;

Road improvement schemes totalling £43m have been announced by Highways England, who maintain trunk roads through our area like the A174 Parkway, the A19, A66 and the A1M;

...“I LOVE this job!” That’s the verdict of Natalie Payne from Redcar who has recently benefitted from a free course in care, which offers a guaranteed job interview to every successful student.

 

Cleveland Mountain Rescue were called out by Police yesterday lunchtime after a woman fell at Roseberry Topping.

The sixty three year old from Hutton Rudby was out walking with friends and stumbled injuring her ankle.

Fourteen members of the Team attended with two Land Rover Ambulances and located the woman on a steep path on the south eastern side of the popular beauty spot.

She was given pain relief for a possible broken lower leg, before being stretchered down the slope and handed over to the Yorkshire Ambulance, who took her to James Cook Hospital for treatment.

 

Road improvement schemes totalling £43m have been announced by Highways England, who maintain trunk roads through our area like the A174 Parkway, the A19, A66 and the A1M.

The record investment this year means across the region, that one hundred and seven miles of resurfaced roads will be laid, eighty-nine miles of road markings will be painted, four miles of new barriers will be installed, along with seven miles of drainage.

Work is due to start this month on the second stage of the A66 westbound resurfacing near Stockton.

 

“I LOVE this job!” That’s the verdict of Natalie Payne from Redcar who has recently benefitted from a free course in care, which offers a guaranteed job interview to every successful student.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council in partnership with Redcar & Cleveland College, Job Centre Plus, Coast and Country and local care companies, has developed the Redcar & Cleveland Care Academy to provide quality training for future care workers to support older and vulnerable people.

Natalie, who is 20, recently began working for Skelton based Meadowvale Homecare and says she's come a long way in her new job after her course.

The Care Academy is also actively seeking applications from both older people with life experience and men who are traditionally under-represented in the care sector.

An information session on the free six week care course which starts on the eighteenth of June, is being held next Monday, as part of Carers Week 2018, from 10 until 11.30am at Redcar and Cleveland College on Corporation Rd.


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