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First Norton 'Art in the Community' show this Saturday
Updated 1:16pm Thursday 6th March 2014 in News
A FORMER Sky News cameraman and a 16-year-old photographer will be showing their work at the first Norton 'Art in the Community' show.
It is being held this Saturday in Norton Village Hall, Norton, Stockton, from 10am until 2pm with free entry.
Exhibitors include Karl Coates, an abstract artist, photographer and former Sky News cameraman from Eaglescliffe, Lucy Messham, 16, who will be displaying her snaps of Norton and Stephen Hornsey, a photographer who lives on the village green has captured sunrises and sunsets over the duck pond.
MARSKE FISHERMEN: An evening with the Marske Fishermen’s Choir will take place at the Marske Social Club on Tuesday, March 11 at 7.30 pm with all proceeds going to the Mayor of Redcar & Cleveland’s Charity Fund in aid of The Mike Findley Motor Neurone Disease Fund and Zoe's Place Baby Hospice. Tickets costing £3 can be purchased by calling Jane at the Mayor’s office on 01642-444501, Gary.biz Computer Shop, Marske Square 01642 477200, and Redcar Tourist Information office on 01642-471921.
ROBBERY ARRESTS: Three more arrests have taken place in connection with a robbery on Martin McColl’s supermarket in Guisborough. The robbery took place on Monday, March 3, at around 8.50pm at the store on Howlbeck Road. One of the men is aged 19 from the South Bank area and the other two are aged 29 from the South Bank and Ormesby areas. Of Middlesbrough. An 18-year-old man who was arrested earlier this week on suspicion of robbery has been released without charge. A boy,15, who was also arrested earlier this week remains on bail pending further enquiries.
ALLOTMENT EVENT: Gardeners can find out about growing fresh fruit and vegetables and healthy eating at an event at a Middlesbrough allotment site. The Open Garden at the Sutton Community Allotment off Saltersgill Avenue takes place on Friday, March 21 from 11.30am to 2pm. Visitors can eat a free lunch made from local seasonal produce. Plots are available at the site and newcomers will be able to sign up on the day.
SPORT RELIEF: Runners of all abilities are invited to dust off their trainers and sign up for this year’s Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile which is being held on Sunday, March 23 at, among other venues, English Martyrs School and Sixth Form College in Catcote Road, Hartlepool, and in the neighbouring Summerhill countryside park between 9am and 2.30pm. There is a choice of three different distances, one mile, three miles and six miles. Entry costs just £6 for adults, £3 for children under 16 and £15 for a family of four. For more information and to register to enter, visit www.my.sportrelief.com and search for ‘Hartlepool Mile’.
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