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It's been announced that more than fifty areas in Cleveland affected by violent crime will receive daily patrols from police officers and PCSOs to deter criminals and increase feelings of safety;

New daily walk in vaccination clinics have been announced in our area;

...and a local hospital trust is inviting people to remember their loved ones this Christmas by purchasing a personalised bauble to hang on its memorial Christmas trees.

 

It's been announced that more than fifty areas in Cleveland affected by violent crime will receive daily patrols from police officers and PCSOs to deter criminals and increase feelings of safety.

The four-month project has been given the green light following a successful bid to the Home Office, who awarded £389,000 to the Police and Crime Commissioner to invest in targeted policing.

Officers and PCSOs will conduct high-visibility, uniformed patrols on foot, visiting each of the 56 areas every day for 18 weeks. 

These patrols will be supported by two dedicated community engagement PCSOs and the force's Special Constabulary, who will provide additional visibility during the project.

 

New daily walk in vaccination clinics have been announced in our area.

The clinics will be available at the Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium throughout October every Monday to Sunday from midday until 1pm, and 5pm to 6pm.

1st and 2nd does of the Pfizer vaccinations are available for people aged 16+.

If you are attending for your second dose, you should ensure that it has been at least eight weeks since your first one.

 

A local hospital trust is inviting people to remember their loved ones this Christmas by purchasing a personalised bauble to hang on its memorial Christmas trees.

South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s specialist palliative care team is once again offering people the opportunity to pay tribute to their loved ones, or friends, who died within their hospitals by selling personalised ‘love baubles’.

The baubles, created by local company Wish upon a String, can be bought online via the online Memorial Christmas Tree JustGiving page

All the money raised will go towards buying items for the palliative care team’s Dragonfly Scheme comfort bags and memory boxes which are given to the relatives of patients receiving end of life care to help them cope at such a difficult time.


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