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Man suffers stab wounds after being attacked by three men in Guisborough
A 24-year-old man has suffered non-life threatening stab wounds when he was attacked by a group of three men on Allison Street in Guisborough at around 7.05pm on Monday, February 4.
He suffered a number of stab wounds to his legs and was taken to the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough for treatment. One of the men is described as black and the other two are described as white males. The three men are believed to have made off from the scene in a white Ford Focus. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Paul Husband of Redcar and Cleveland CID on the non-emergency 101 number or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
CRAFT FAYRE: People are invited to Guisborough Parish Hall on Saturday, March 9 from 10am to 3pm where they will have the chance to buy a wide variety of crafted goods plus savoury and sweet refreshments.
CHOIR CONCERT: Cleveland Philharmonic Choir will be presenting a concert of Dvořák’s music on Saturday, March 23 at 7.30pm in Stockton Parish Church. Tickets are £14 adults, £12 concessions and £2 children and students. They can be obtained from Denis Rigg, 4 Monmouth Drive, Eaglescliffe, calling 01642-782009 or from its website at www.clevelandphilharmonicchoir.com or at the door.
GREAT NIGHT OUT: Middlesbrough Council has launched a new voucher offer for Middlesbrough Town Hall and Middlesbrough Theatre audiences. The ‘Great Night Out’ voucher scheme provides performance-goers with exclusive deals for local bars and eateries as an added bonus when purchasing a ticket for a show at one of the venues. Local businesses Al Forno, Eliano’s Brasserie, Oodles Noodles, Mink Tattoo Coffee Bar, La Pharmacie and Sassari are taking part in the campaign. Middlesbrough Town Hall and Middlesbrough Theatre programmes are available to download at www.visitmiddlesbrough.com and paper copies are available from Middlesbrough Town Hall Box Office.
MUSEUM IMPRVEMENTS: A historic Middlesbrough museum is getting a makeover thanks to funding from the Arts Council. Galleries are being upgraded and displays enhanced at The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum ahead of the museum’s spring/summer re-opening on Friday March 29. The exciting improvements and refurbishment works were made possible thanks to a legacy grant of £50,000 from the Arts Council Strategic Fund.
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