Zetland FM Local News - 9th May 2017
A woman is warning pet owners to be on guard after her spaniel was attacked by dogs in Kirkleatham Woods;
The town of Saltburn is attempting to break a world record in waltzing next week;
...and the full line up has been revealed for Redcar's Clubland on the Beach.
A woman is warning pet owners to be on guard after her spaniel was attacked by dogs in Kirkleatham Woods.
Melissa Empson was walking in the woods when three dogs pounced on her King Charles spaniel, Mylo.
He was left with a large wound on his stomach and was rushed to the vets where he underwent an emergency operation.
The three dogs that attacked Mylo were described as a bull mastiff, a pitbull-type breed and a Staffordshire bull terrier.
The town of Saltburn is attempting to break a world record in waltzing next week.
Age UK Teesside is hoping to break the record by dancing their way along Saltburn pier and promenade on Friday the 19th of May.
The record is currently held by Bosnia who managed to get one thousand five hundred and ten couples waltzing in 2007.
The event has been organised to celebrate "loving later life" and to raise awareness of the loneliness elderly people face.
However, they've assured us that the event is for people of all ages and all dancing abilities - including those with two left feet.
The full line up has been revealed for Redcar's Clubland on the Beach.
The event will see the seafront transformed into one huge party featuring three stages and all playing nostalgic dance music.
Darren Styles, Ultrabeat and Ian Van Dahl are set to perform on the sands.
And Dutch pop-trance team Alice Deejay will be joining them with their 90s anthems.
Clubland on the Beach is set to take place from four o'clock on Friday the fourth of August.