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Police are appealing to trace a good Samaritan who spoke to an injured woman in Eston;

Cleveland Police have put in place a dispersal order in part of Guisborough in response to increased reports in antisocial behaviour;

...and the redevelopment of The Regent cinema in Redcar has taken a major step forward as the project is granted planning permission.

 

Police are appealing to trace a good Samaritan who spoke to an injured woman in Eston.

The good Samaritan, who is described as an elderly woman who was walking a dog in the vicinity of fields between Moorcock Close and Holmefields Road in Bankfields, helped the woman to her feet between 3am and 4am on Tuesday 4th August.

Officers would like to ask the dog walker to come forward and speak to them as part of their enquiries into the circumstances of how the woman came to be injured.

The woman had suffered a head injury and did not seek medical treatment.

The dog walker herself, or anyone else with information, is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Cleveland Police have put in place a dispersal order in part of Guisborough in response to increased reports in antisocial behaviour.

The dispersal covers the Stump Cross area of Guisborough and remain in place until at least 6pm tonight and is bounded by Hutton Lane, West End, Westgate, Westgate Park and Chapel Beck.

A dispersal notice gives police the power to disperse groups of people from the area for a period of at least 24 hours. It is a criminal offence to return to the area and anyone in breach of their dispersal notice can be arrested.

Officers will be patrolling the area and anyone who may wish to report antisocial behaviour can call Cleveland Police on 101.

 

The redevelopment of The Regent cinema in Redcar has taken a major step forward as the project is granted planning permission.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council’s Regulatory Committee unanimously agreed the proposals for the cinema yesterday meaning that construction could start as early as September. 

In November 2019, the council's Cabinet approved an allocation of £9.68 million from the Tees Valley Mayor and Combined Authority Investment Fund for the redevelopment of the cinema.

It was agreed that a new modern facility will be developed at the current site on Redcar seafront showing new film releases as well as more diverse screenings.

The three-screen cinema is expected to open in Spring 2022.


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