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A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for 25th January 2016

A woman who was reported missing by Police last week has been found safe and well. Cleveland Police issued an appeal to trace Nicola Riley from Hambleton Crescent in Marske, who went missing on Wednesday. Yesterday around 4pm, Cleveland Police updated on social media that she had been found safe and well, thanking all those who shared the appeal.


Social media pages in Guisborough were warning the public yesterday about a dog attacking another in the towns Chaloner St around 1pm. It made off towards the Rectory Lane area, but Police and the RSPCA were made aware of the incident. It's not known how badly injured the other dog was, however it's believed that the Akita type dog responsible was taken back to it's owners. Further updates stated that the dog was seen trying to attack others in the Park Lane area of the town too.


South Bank Primary School is hosting an Open Morning to welcome parents who are considering a school place for their children. It's taking place on Wednesday February the 3rd between 9:30 and 11. It will offer parents and their children the opportunity to meet staff and have a look around.

The school is temporarily based on Learning Lane, The Avenue in Teesville, as structural work continues at its permanent location on Poplar Grove in South Bank. The school is expecting to move back in Spring 2017. 

Councillor Craig Hannaway, the Cabinet Member for Children at Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council said: "South Bank Primary School provides a stimulating and rich learning environment for children and has been recognised by Ofsted to be ‘good with outstanding features’. This has been achieved in spite of having to move location, which only demonstrates the quality of the teachers and staff at the school."

A Teddy Bears’ Picnic will be taking place, as well as other fun and creative themed activities on the day. If you would like to attend, contact South Bank Primary School on 01642 453541.


In local Sport, Marske United's FA Vase hopes were dashed at the weekend, beaten 2-nil by an inform and strong Newton Aycliffe side on Saturday.

The team came a long way in the competition, with some memorable matches, away to Congleton and at home to Runcorn Linnets. The side still has plenty to play for, with the League Title, League Cup and North Riding Senior Cup up for grabs.

Plus the Club are welcoming Sky Sports anchor Jeff Stelling to the ground on Monday the 21st of March, as part of a series of Walking Marathons in aid of Prostate Cancer UK, where he plans to do ten in 10 days! You can see more by going online to www.menunitedmarch.org where you can also donate.

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