A man has been charged after armed police were called to an estate in our area;

Seven school students aged from 12 to 16 have been chosen to run for the prestigious post of Redcar and Cleveland’s next Youth MP;

...and ​Saltburn and Redcar are amongst the next locations in a series of January vaccination clinics organised by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.

 

A man has been charged after armed police were called to an estate in our area.

Cleveland Police were called to Raj Stores, in Grangetown, after an alleged robbery over the weekend.

Officers said the alleged incident, at the store on the corner of Birchington Avenue and Derwentwater Road, took place at around 1.15pm on Sunday.

Three men were arrested by police in connection with the offence.

Pictures from the scene show several emergency vehicles at the scene on Derwentwater Road.

32-year-old Aaron Stubley of Woodcock Close, Grangetown has since been charged with robbery and appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court on Monday.

 

Seven school students aged from 12 to 16 have been chosen to run for the prestigious post of Redcar and Cleveland’s next Youth MP.

It will be the fourth time that secondary school children from across the borough have had the chance to vote for their very own MP and the winner will take part in a special debate in the House of Commons.

Now all seven candidates must do their best to earn the trust of their fellow students in their own schools and across the borough before the election takes place between Monday 31 January, 2022 and Friday 11 February, 2022.

All seven have already made their first pitch on video to appeal to their fellow students and they can be seen at the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council website.

 

​Saltburn and Redcar are amongst the next locations in a series of January vaccination clinics organised by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.

With the steep rise in infection rates seen over the festive period, many people have been unable to get their Covid jabs or boosters, since 28 days must have passed between the first day of a person's symptoms - or the day of their first positive PCR or LF test result for asymptomatic people - and receiving a jab.

This means that people hit by the virus, who had a positive test result or developed symptoms on Christmas Eve or earlier, are now free to get their jab today at Saltburn Cricket Club – whether that's a first or second dose, or a booster injection.

People with a positive result and/or initial symptoms between Christmas Day and 27 December could attend the clinic on Monday, also at Saltburn Cricket Club, while those who tested positive between Christmas and New Year or at the start of January could visit Redcar & Cleveland College next Friday 28 or Monday 31 January.

No appointments are necessary and these clinics are not just for those recently affected by Covid. All who need a jab or booster are encouraged to attend.


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