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A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Saturday 2nd July 2016.

Police have confirmed that human remains found on farmland near Yearby village on 25th May have been identified as those of missing Eston man Paul Anthony Kerrison.

31-year-old father-of-one Paul was last seen on Saturday, October 25, 2014 near to the junction of Longbeck Lane and Grewgrass Lane in New Marske.

His worried family reported him missing the following day.

A Cleveland Police spokesperson said "Our thoughts and sympathies are with Paul’s family and friends at this very sad and difficult time and his family is being supported by specialist officers."

Primary school pupils from across Redcar and Cleveland were given important safety messages during a popular annual event.

Nearly 1,000 youngsters took part in Crucial Crew, a wide-ranging initiative which offers advice and support on everything from fire safety and not playing with electricity as well as the risks posed by railway lines and rivers.

Staff from various agencies, including Northern Powergrid and Cleveland Fire Brigade, put on practical demonstrations of the risks young people can face on a daily basis including a demonstration of what to do if there is a fire in the home.

As well as highlighting the risks of potential disasters, the event also had a section on maintaining healthy relationships and advice surrounding the often thorny issue of domestic abuse.

Organised by the Redcar & Cleveland Community Safety Partnership, Crucial Crew has been helping youngsters for more than 20 years.



A bigger and better Sunday and Bank Holiday Moorsbus network takes to the roads in North Yorkshire this Sunday.

Amonst many services available, direct buses will link Darlington, Stockton and Middlesbrough to the heart of the Moors at Danby and Pickering, including an interchange facility at Guisborough providing access to the full range of Moorsbus destinations.

Moorsbus will also link Saltburn, Redcar, Stokesley, Northallerton railway station and Thirsk with Byland Abbey, Helmsley and Bilsdale. 

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