Renewed appeal after woman has part of nose bitten off during Guisborough assault

Darlington and Stockton Times: Renewed appeal after woman has part of nose bitten off. Renewed appeal after woman has part of nose bitten off.

POLICE have made a renewed appeal for witnesses after a woman had part of her nose bitten off.

The 22-year-old woman was assaulted outside the Quoits Club on Northgate, Guisborough, on Tuesday, February 25 at approximately 7.50pm.

The victim was further assaulted minutes later receiving serious injuries to her hands.

A 20-year-old woman was arrested, charged and remanded on two counts of causing grievous bodily harm with intent and an 18-year-old man has also been arrested and bailed in connection with the incident.

Officers would like to hear from any witnesses who have not yet come forward or anyone who has information which could help police. Call the non emergency number 101 or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

SWEET LUNCH: Marske Methodist Church Hummershill Lane Marske-by-the-Sea are holding a soup and sweet lunch on Saturday, March 8 between noon and 1.30pm. Entry is adults £4 and children £2. All welcome.

MEXICAN NIGHT: Butterwick Hospice is organising their first Mexican Charity Night to be held in ‘Mohujo’s’ in Billingham. The restaurant, which last year won the World Parmo Competition, is supporting the hospice on Sunday, March 23. They are offering a choice of two sittings of 4pm and 7pm with a two course meal only £20 per person. Places will be limited for both sittings so book early to avoid disappointment. For more information or to book your places please contact Mandy Shields at the fundraising office on 01642-628930 or book online at www.butterwick.org.uk/mexicannight

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