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Police are once again appealing for the publics help to trace a missing woman who may be in our area;

More than 90 business and community leaders from Redcar and Cleveland met yesterday morning to discuss the importance of culture and tourism to the local economy;

...and it's Armed Forces Day today in Redcar.

 

Police are once again appealing for the publics help to trace a missing woman who may be in our area.

Officers say they are increasingly concerned for the welfare of 43-year-old Naheed Khan, from Thornaby, who has not been in contact with her family for around a month.

Naheed was reported missing on 12th June.

She is known to frequent Middlesbrough and Stockton town centres.

She is described as being 5’6” tall, of slim build with black hair. There is no description of her clothing.

Anyone who has seen Naheed or may know of her whereabouts is asked to ring Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

More than 90 business and community leaders from Redcar and Cleveland met yesterday morning to discuss the importance of culture and tourism to the local economy.

The Redcar and Cleveland Ambassadors breakfast networking event at Redcar Race Course included talks from some of the region’s most influential leaders.

Frans Calje, the PD Ports Chief Executive and Chair of the Redcar and Cleveland place marketing project, opened the talks outlining the theme of the day, which was how culture, leisure and tourism can bring about positive change to the economy and the lives of local people.

More than 30 attendees were inspired to become Ambassadors by the event.

To find out more about becoming a Redcar and Cleveland Ambassador, you can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

It's Armed Forces Day today in Redcar.

Events will be taking place on Redcar High Street and Esplanade from 10.20am and 3.30pm including displays, the raising of the colours, speeches, and a service of thanks.

Cadets from the three armed forces will also be holding competitions on the High Street, and there will also be a climbing wall, an army kitchen, and members of the armed forces available to chat to.

There will also be a flyover by a Dakota plane along the beach at Redcar just before 3 this afternoon.


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