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Police have charged a 33-year-old man in connection with an alleged assault which occurred near to Tesco Express on Normanby High Street;

The volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action last night after a boy was injured on Eston Nab;

...the Duke of Edinburgh organisers from Redcar and Cleveland Youth Services are hoping to beat a record year after using a £10,000 Big Lottery funding to invest on improvements.

 

Police have charged a 33-year-old man in connection with an alleged assault which occurred near to Tesco Express on Normanby High Street.

The incident was reported to police on Sunday 9th September.

32 year old Michael Cash was the victim of the alleged incident and he later sadly died on Wednesday 12th September.

His death was not treated as suspicious and is not connected with the alleged incident near to Tesco.

The man has been charged with assault and criminal damage and will appear at Teesside Magistrates Court on Wednesday 10th October.

 

The volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action last night after a boy was injured on Eston Nab.

The team were contacted by the North East Ambulance Service to respond to reports of a child who had fallen from rocks on the Eston Hills near the recognisable England flag.

The 12 year old boy was quickly located, treated for his lower leg injury and given pain relief. He was then carried on a stretcher back to the team Land Rovers located at the telecommunications masts.

He was then driven back down to the roadside and handed over to the waiting Rapid Response Vehicle and County Ambulance paramedics for further assessment and transfer to hospital.

 

Duke of Edinburgh organisers from Redcar and Cleveland Youth Services are hoping to beat a record year after using a £10,000 Big Lottery funding to invest on improvements.

Last year a record 620 young people in Redcar and Cleveland took part in the DofE Awards programme.

Young people experience challenging and rewarding experiences and adventures that will last them a lifetime. There are three levels of DofE award, each with a volunteering, physical, skills and expedition component.

Now youth activity leaders have invested £10,000 to improve the DofE's base at Guisborough Youth Centre and grounds.


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