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Police are appealing for dash cam footage after a man suffered a serious injury to his leg in a collision on the A171;

A man has been arrested after a call was received from a member of the public reporting that he could see a male attempting to break into his property in Ormesby;

...and the Kirkleatham Walled Garden is ready to open today after a major restoration.

 

Police are appealing for dash cam footage after a man suffered a serious injury to his leg in a collision on the A171.

The collision, involving a Triumph motorbike, happened at around 6pm on Sunday on the A171 west, opposite the Cross Keys.

The 45-year-old male rider was taken to James Cook University Hospital with a serious injury to his leg.

Anyone who may have witnesses the incident or may have dash cam footage is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

A man has been arrested after a call was received from a member of the public reporting that he could see a male attempting to break into his property in Ormesby.

The victim was watching his CCTV system when he reported seeing a male allegedly attempting to break into his home, whilst his wife and children slept inside.

Officers received the report at 2:35am yesterday morning, and attended the property on Church Lane urgently.

At 2:44am, a 42-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary with intent to steal. He was taken into police custody.

Anyone who may have information regarding the incident is asked to contact Redcar and Cleveland CID on 101.

 

The Kirkleatham Walled Garden is ready to open today after a major restoration.

The historical attraction has undergone a £9.8m restoration after being closed for 30 years.

It now features formal gardens, a science garden, areas for activities and a glasshouse, along with a café, a shop and a 350-seat pavilion, which will be available for events such as weddings, dinners and corporate events.

The Walled Garden will create new jobs, traineeships and apprenticeships through its catering and horticultural academy, many of which have already been achieved during the restoration and build period.


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