Police are appealing for information after an alleged incident in Hemlington on Friday night;

Local MP's have urged Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council to scrap new parking charges across Redcar and Cleveland;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are inviting residents to have their say on budget proposals.

 

Police are appealing for information after an alleged incident in Hemlington on Friday night.

A driver contacted police to report that shortly before 8.30pm he was stopped by an injured man on Cass House Road.

The 18-year-old man had been attacked with a bladed weapon.

He had sustained non-life-threatening injuries to his back and leg and did not attend hospital at the time.

Four males aged 14, 15, 18 and 40 were arrested in connection with the alleged incident and they were interviewed and have been released on bail with conditions whilst enquiries continue.

Officers are appealing for any witnesses or anyone with information to contact them on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Local MP's have urged Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council to scrap new parking charges across Redcar and Cleveland.

"Simon Clarke the MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, and Jacob Young the MP for Redcar, have written to Redcar and Cleveland Council leader, Mary Lanigan, urging her to reconsider proposals to introduce and increase parking charges across the borough.

Under the proposals, new charges would be introduced at Westgate in Guisborough - which currently is free for two hours with a disc - and at the North Road car park in Loftus which many residents use to access the nearby doctor's surgery.

If the proposals are approved, it could also cost 50p to park at drop off points on Skelton High Street and Windy Hill in Marske. 

It could also cost visitors to the newly launched Land of Iron Museum in Skinningrove £2 for an hour rising to £8 for all day and Kirkleatham Museum near Redcar £1.20 for the first hour rising to £4.50 all day.

A number of other local councillors from our area have also signed the letter.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are inviting residents to have their say on budget proposals.

Like many councils up and down the country, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are facing a significant shortfall in funding due to rising cost pressures from inflation and increasing demands for council services. 

The council has put together budget proposals to allow it to deliver services and make sure that it can continue to provide help and support for those who need it most throughout our borough. 

To find out more about the budget proposals and to have your say visit the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council website.


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