Police are appealing for information after an incident between two vehicles in Normanby;

A dispersal order has been put in place in central Redcar following a number of recent incidents of antisocial behaviour;

...and a team of leading specialists has been drawn together to help restore one of Middlesbrough’s key heritage assets.

 

Police are appealing for information after an incident between two vehicles in Normanby.

At around 5.30pm on Tuesday an altercation took place on Ambleside Road between the drivers of a silver Mercedes and a silver Corsa, and a 75-year-old man was left with a cut to his head.

A 17-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of assault and taken to police custody for questioning.

Officers are appealing for anyone who witnessed the assault, or who has dashcam, ring doorbell or CCTV footage, to call them on the non-emergency number 101.

 

A dispersal order has been put in place in central Redcar following a number of recent incidents of antisocial behaviour.

The order means that anyone involved in antisocial behaviour in the designated area or who police believe will become involved in such behaviour can be directed to leave immediately.

If the person does not leave immediately or returns within the specified period, then they can be arrested.

The area covered is bounded by Station Road, Milbank Terrace, railway lines through to the East side of Morrisons store, North to Wilton Street, Lord Street, Oxley Street, The Esplanade, and Newcomen Terrace.

Police say that they will be patrolling this area taking positive action.

The order will expire at 2.30pm tomorrow.

 

A team of leading specialists has been drawn together to help restore one of Middlesbrough’s key heritage assets.

It’s the latest step forward in a major project to bring the town’s historic Old Town Hall back into use.

Following the award of nearly £230,000 in development funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Middlesbrough Council has now hired a full team of specialists to progress the design.

It’s hoped the Old Town Hall, built in 1846, can be redeveloped to play its part in the regeneration of a historically significant part of the town.

Full funding from the Heritage Fund would allow the building to be repurposed to support the town’s thriving digital and creative sectors.


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