Zetland FM Local News - 31st May 2022
The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area;
It's been announced that outdoor theatre is making a comeback in our area this summer;
...and patients across Teesside are being asked to return any loaned nebulisers that they are no longer need.
The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area.
Just after midday yesterday, the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust requested that the team attend to a female walker who had fallen near to Roseberry Topping sustaining a painful injury to her lower right-leg.
Two double-crewed Land Rovers were deployed and the casualty was believed to be on a grass slope.
On arrival, team members stabilised the injury to the woman's lower right-leg and provided pain relief.
She was then transported to a waiting ambulance and taken to hospital.
It's been announced that outdoor theatre is making a comeback in our area this summer.
A number of outdoor shows will take place within the stunning grounds of Kirkleatham Museum and Guisborough Priory from July through to September - with something for all ages and tastes.
Comedian and actor David Walliams’ best-selling book Awful Auntie will be staged for the little ones in the grounds of Kirkleatham Museum, whilst classic literature lovers can enjoy a performance of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Guisborough Priory.
More Shakespearean tales are on offer with 'Hamlet The Comedy’ due to be performed at Kirkleatham Museum and an adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s children’s classic, Peter Pan, will be performed at Gisborough Priory
More details on shows, prices and booking links are available on the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council website.
Patients across Teesside are being asked to return any loaned nebulisers that they are no longer need.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which includes The James Cook University Hospital and community wards in Redcar, is holding an equipment amnesty until Tuesday 14 June when any unused nebulisers will be gratefully received back with ‘no questions asked’.
The nebulisers will have been loaned to patients who have been unwell with their respiratory condition.
Patients who have an unused nebuliser can drop them off at one of the main reception desks at Redcar Hospital or James Cook in Middlesbrough.