Zetland FM Local News - 10th March 2022
At least two people have been injured after a crash involving a car and an ambulance;
A major road in Middlesbrough has had its speed limit cut to 30mph from 40mph;
...and Redcar and Cleveland College has unveiled exciting plans for the development of its Clean Energy Education Hub.
At least two people have been injured after a crash involving a car and an ambulance.
A section of the A174 Apple Orchard Bank, near Skelton, was blocked just after 8am on Tuesday.
The crash involved an ambulance and a Mazda car which had collided at the Four Lane Ends junction.
Two people are believed to have sustained injuries and another ambulance was called to the scene.
Recovery was arranged for both vehicles and the road was clear by 10.15am.
A major road in Middlesbrough has had its speed limit cut to 30mph from 40mph.
The A172 Dixons Bank is now 30mph from the Southern Cross junction down past Poole roundabout to the Old Stokesley Road roundabout.
From the Old Stokesley Road roundabout to the edge of Nunthorpe village it's 30mph and then 20mph along West Side, then it goes back up to 30mph from the village along Old Stokesley Road to the boundary with North Yorkshire.
Redcar and Cleveland College has unveiled exciting plans for the development of its Clean Energy Education Hub.
The hub will be funded primarily by a £2.41m capital injection from the Town Deal Fund, a programme announced by the government supporting economic growth in towns across England, along with additional investment from the Education Training Collective.
Further financial support from the Skills Development Fund will provide a catalyst for the centre to progress its credentials and expertise, supporting the green revolution across the Tees Valley.
The hub has been further boosted by a donation from bp. It will support the development of the hub and community engagement to raise awareness of opportunities within the clean energy sector among local school children.