A dispersal order has been put in place on an area of shops after reports of antisocial behaviour;

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council has revealed that more than 7,000 households have signed up to a new chargeable garden waste collection service.

 

A dispersal order has been put in place on an area of shops after reports of antisocial behaviour.

The order was put in place from 7.47pm on Wednesday around Vaughan Shops in Park End, Middlesbrough and will remain in place until today.

The area covers Cargo Fleet Lane, Stapleford Road, Fulbeck Road and Crowland Avenue.

The order gives police the power to order groups to leave the area immediately for a period of up to 48-hours, and if they return to the area they can be arrested for breaching the order.

This can also be extended beyond this period.

 

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area.

At around twenty to two on Wednesday afternoon the team were contacted by the North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust regarding a casualty with a potentially serious leg injury in Coatham Wood, to the north-west of Egglescliffe.

Team members and a Land Rover were deployed to a rendez-point at Burnwood Bridge carpark.

Upon arrival the casualty had received treatment from the ambulance crew so she was placed onto a rescue stretcher, wrapped within a warming casualty bag and carried for approximately 600-metres to the waiting ambulance for onward treatment at hospital.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council has revealed that more than 7,000 households have signed up to a new chargeable garden waste collection service.

From April people living in Redcar and Cleveland who have opted in will be charged a £40 annual fee for one garden waste bin to be collected fortnightly up until November and £20 each for additional bin up to a maximum of five.

The revenue-raising move puts the council in line with a number of local authorities who due to budget pressures no longer collect green waste for free, with neighbouring Middlesbrough putting in place a similar scheme.

However the figure still represents only a minority of those who are eligible.


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