Zetland FM Local News - 18th November 2021
An appeal for information has been issued after fencing was destroyed by vandals;
Scientists have been investigating after people across our area have reported feeling the effects of an earthquake yesterday;
...and Guisborough’s first ever pop-up vaccination clinic will take place tomorrow.
An appeal for information has been issued after fencing was destroyed by vandals.
It’s believed the vandals struck at about 6.45pm on Saturday 13 November at the Bullring roundabout, Birchington Avenue, Grangetown, and they may have used a Quad bike.
The estimated costs of materials to repair and replace are just under £1500.
It’s expected that council apprentices will be involved in installing the new fencing.
Anyone with information should call the police on the non-emergency number 101.
Scientists have been investigating after people across our area have reported feeling the effects of an earthquake yesterday.
Late yesterday afternoon people from parts of Teesside and North Yorkshire described hearing 'massive bangs' which caused homes to shake and windows to rattle.
The British Geological Survey began looking into reports of the suspected earthquake at around 3.50pm.
However following analysis of its measuring equipment, seismologists determined it to have been the result of a sound as opposed to movements in the ground.
And they say that the cause was more likely to have been a sonic boom.
Guisborough’s first ever pop-up vaccination clinic will take place tomorrow.
The clinic is being held at St. Nicholas Church Hall on Bow Street from 10am-5pm, with parking available at Fountain Street.
No appointment is needed and members of the public can turn up to receive either their first or second Pfizer or AstraZeneca jab, or their booster.
Flu vaccinations for the over 65s will also be available.
If you are thinking of attending the clinic, please ensure that at least 8 weeks have passed between your first and second jab. For boosters, six months must have elapsed since your second vaccination.
The Pfizer vaccine will be offered to 12-15 year olds, who must have consent from a parent or guardian.