Zetland FM Local News - 10th September 2022
People across Redcar and Cleveland have been remembering Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II;
...and emergency services were called to Redcar High Street yesterday following reports that a pedestrian had been hit by a vehicle.
People across Redcar and Cleveland have been remembering Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The Mayor of Redcar & Cleveland, Cllr Stuart Smith has led the tributes and has signed the Book of Remembrance in Redcar Civic Centre.
Flowers are being left at the Garden of Remembrance in Redcar, at the Civic Centre in Redcar and at cenotaphs across the borough.
The flag will remain at half mast on all public buildings until 8am on the morning following the funeral - apart from occasions when it will be raised for ceremonial purposes in line with national protocol.
A Book of Condolence has been opened to enable members of the public to express their condolences at the death of Her Majesty the Queen.
The book is available at the Redcar Civic Centre and members of the public can sign the book on Monday to Friday next week from 9am to 7pm.
The book will be avaialble until 5pm on the day after the Queen's funeral.
Books of Condolence are also open at: South Bank Library; Guisborough Town Council office; Loftus Town Council office; Saltburn, Marske & New Marske Parish Council office; Skelton & Brotton Parish Council office and Lockwood Parish Council office.
In other news...
Emergency services were called to Redcar High Street yesterday following reports that a pedestrian had been hit by a vehicle.
Just before 7.30 yesterday evening emergency services descended on the area outside the Crown and Anchor, on Redcar's High Street East, following a collision between a pedestrian and a vehicle.
Witnesses say a child is believed to have been involved in the collision, although the age of the pedestrian has not been confirmed by emergency services.
A spokeswoman for the North East Ambulance Service said a patient was taken to James Cook University Hospital.