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A body has been recovered from the River Tees in the search for missing student;

Swimming pools across Redcar and Cleveland, operated by Everyone Active, are set to reopen today after being closed for almost five months due to the Coronavirus outbreak;

...and car parking charges in Middlesbrough are set to return - five months after they were suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.

 

A body has been recovered from the River Tees in the search for missing student.

26-year-old  Seth Lysinge had last been seen in the Teesside University area of Middlesbrough town centre, on Thursday, August 13th.

A Cleveland Police spokeswoman said that police were called to a report of a body in the River Tees near to the Riverside Stadium around 8:40pm on Wednesday evening.

Sadly, the body of a man was located and his death is not being treated as suspicious.

Whilst no formal identification has yet taken place, police say the man’s family have been informed.

A file will be prepared for the coroner.

 

Swimming pools across Redcar and Cleveland, operated by Everyone Active, are set to reopen today after being closed for almost five months due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Following the successful reopening of gyms and exercise studios earlier this month, Guisborough Swim and Fitness Centre, Loftus Leisure centre, Saltburn Leisure centre and Redcar and Cleveland Leisure and Community Heart will all reopen their pools todday.

Swimming lessons will also start again from today.

However, the opening of Eston swimming pool will be delayed as repairs are needed due to flood damage.

 

Car parking charges in Middlesbrough are set to return - five months after they were suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.

From Monday, residents and visitors will have to pay for parking in the town's car parks and on street bays.

Charges across all parking facilities run by Middlesbrough Council were frozen on March 24.

The suspension was put in place to support key workers and others needing to park in the town centre during the pandemic.

Charges will now be reintroduced from Monday, as measures to ease lockdown restrictions continue.


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