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Chance to tackle a new sport in Hartlepool
5:19pm Tuesday 20th August 2013 in News
SPORTS development staff at Hartlepool Council have joined forces with two of the town’s rugby clubs to encourage more people to take up the game.
The Sport and Physical Activity Team is working with Hartlepool Rovers Rugby Club in West View Road and Hartlepool Rugby Club in Easington Road.
Rovers will be hosting a holiday camp for children aged six-16 on Tuesday, August 27 from 10am-2pm. To reserve a place or for further information contact Darren Smith at Hartlepool Rovers on 07730564573 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hartlepool Rugby Club is to begin staging free weekly tag, touch and contact sessions from Sunday September 1. The sessions which are aimed at boys and girls aged 5 and over, will start at 10.15am.
Anyone who is interested in attending the sessions can call 01429-266445.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: THE organisers of a triathlon to be staged in Hartlepool next month have issued an appeal for volunteer marshals. Hartlepool Council’s Sport and Recreation Service which is organising the Big Lime Triathlon, is asking local people to give a few hours of their spare time to ensure the event runs smoothly.
The triathlon will take place on Sunday September. To sign up as a volunteer or for more information contact Gemma Ptak on 01429-523441 or by e-mailing email@example.com
HISTORY DAY: THE history of a Middlesbrough suburb will be revealed in a fascinating exploration of the area’s heritage. The town’s Dorman Museum is holding a one-off Linthorpe Day on Friday, September 6. A series of presentations will look into the heritage of Linthorpe throughout the day. Admission to this event is free and booking is not required, however the public are asked to consider the time of their arrival to avoid disturbing the speakers. For more information call 01642-813781.
BURGLARY INFORMATION: Police are appealing for information following a burglary at an address on Cawood Drive in Middlesbrough. The suspect entered the address through an insecure front door between 11am and 1pm on Tuesday, August 13. A handbag containing around £70 in cash and a mobile phone was stolen. The elderly occupant of the address was in the garden at the time and has been left very shaken and frightened. Anyone who may have seen anyone acting suspiciously in the area around the time of the burglary or anyone with further information is asked to contact DC Amy Crawford of Middlesbrough CID on the non-emergency 101 number or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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