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Coroner appeals for relatives of Stockton man to come forward
CORONER’S APPEAL Teesside’s Coroner is appealing for family members of 53-year-old Mohammed Aslam to come forward. Mr Aslam, of Letitia House, Middlesbrough, died on Thursday, February 7. There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death. Family members can contact the Coroner’s office on 01642-303467.
RELATIVES SOUGHT Any relatives of Alan David Calvert, 61, of Wellsley Road, Middlesbrough are asked to contact Teesside Coroner’s Office on 01642-303467. Mr Calvert died on Friday February 8. No suspicious circumstances surround his death.
KNITTING GROUP A Knit and Natter/Sitch’n’Bitch group starts on Monday February 18 from 7.30pm at Arthur Robinson House, The Green, Billingham. Entrance is £1.50 and includes tea and coffee.
VOLUNTEERS WANTED Volunteers are needed to help run Hemlington Library. Anyone interested can attend a meeting on Thursday February 21 from 5.30pm at the library on Crosscliff, Hemlington.
OUTDOOR SKILLS A free training course in outdoor skills for anyone who works with children is being offered by Middlesbrough Environment city. Their Forest Schools Basic Practical Skills sessions will offer insights into nature, tools, shelter making, fire craft and risk assessments. The course, which lasts for a weekend, will run on February 16-17, February 23-24, March 16-17, April 20-21 and June 8-9 at Middlesbrough’s Stewart Park. To book, call 01642-243183.