The volunteers of the Redcar RNLI lifeboats were called into action twice at the weekend;

A house closure order has been secured by Cleveland Police and Middlesbrough Council in North Ormesby;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are reminding drivers that essential resurfacing works on the A174 Lazenby Bypass will start this coming Monday.

 

The volunteers of the Redcar RNLI lifeboats were called into action twice at the weekend.

Just after twenty-five to six on Saturday evening both Redcar lifeboats were launched after reports of two people cut off by the tide under the cliffs at Boulby.

The lifeboats arrived at the scene but were stood down.

The casualties were picked up by the Coastguard helicopter.

Both boats then returned safely to Redcar lifeboat station.

However later on Saturday evening, at five to nine, the Atlantic lifeboat was again launched from Redcar, returning to assist in the rescue of a person trapped below Boulby cliff.

Further details of this rescue are not yet available.

 

A house closure order has been secured by Cleveland Police and Middlesbrough Council in North Ormesby.

On Friday, the order was granted at Teesside Magistrates Court, and officers and council colleagues attended Jubilee Street to enforce the closure.

No one will be able to enter the address for a period of at least three months.

Action was taken after concerns were raised by residents in the area around serious crime and disorder, nuisance and drugs supply.

Visitors were reported to be attending the property at all times of the day and night to buy drugs.

Some residents told police they were concerned for their own safety and that they live in fear on a daily basis, due to the behaviour of those living at the property.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are reminding drivers that essential resurfacing works on the A174 Lazenby Bypass will start this coming Monday.

Subject to weather conditions, the works will take place between 8.00pm – 6.00am for 7 nights to minimise disruption.

The Eastbound carriageway will be closed between the A1053 Greystone Roundabout and the A1042 Kirkleatham Lane Roundabout.

A signed diversion route via the A1053 Greystone Road - otherwise known as the Mad Mile, then onto the Trunk Road and Kirkleatham Lane will be in place for safety reasons.

The council have apologised for any inconvenience the works may cause.


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