Police searching for a missing woman have released a CCTV image which shows her heading towards James Cook hospital train station;

The volunteer crew of the Redcar lifeboats were called into action at the weekend;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have announced that a set of toilets in Redcar will be closed from today.

 

Police searching for a missing woman have released a CCTV image which shows her heading towards James Cook hospital train station.

In the image, which was taken at 1.26pm on Thursday, 20-year-old Annie Dryden can be seen on a footpath leading to the train station from the direction of James Cook University Hospital.

Annie is described as being around 5ft 10ins tall and of slim build.

She has dark hair with a distinctive blonde fringe and a scar above her top lip.

She was carrying a distinctive green and black walking backpack.

Anyone with information or anyone who may have seen Annie is asked to contact police urgently on the non-emergency number 101.

 

The volunteer crew of the Redcar lifeboats were called into action at the weekend.

Just before 9am on Saturday both the Redcar lifeboats were launched after reports received of a surfer in difficulty at Saltburn, who was reported to be holding on to the structure underneath Saltburn pier.

The lifeboats arrived to find that the person had been helped to safety by members of the public.

Coastguard Rescue Officers carried out a casualty assessment before leaving the person in the hands of friends and family.

Both lifeboats then returned safely to the lifeboat station at Redcar.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have announced that a set of toilets in Redcar will be closed from today.

The male side of the Moore Street toilets, which are located behind the lifeboat station in Redcar, will be closed from today through to 19 February as work is taking place to incorporate a Changing Places Toilet.

The Changing Places Toilet will provide more space for people with multiple and complex disabilities so their assistants can help them use toilet facilities with dignity.

The female side and the accessible toilet will remain open throughout.


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