Monthly Archives: December 2011
Great turnout at Boosbeck for the march in protest against the re-opening of the slaughterhouse, despite the cold and windy weather.
Ian Swales has written to the major supermarkets in the area to ask them if they can explain why people who live and work in Redcar are paying more money for their petrol than people who live 9 miles away … Continue reading
Two festive events have boosted civic good causes by thousands of pounds, the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland has announced. Councillor Olwyn Peters hosted a ‘People’s Ball’ at Bydales School, in Marske, raising £2,700 for her chosen charities of the … Continue reading
Over 17,000 gift-filled shoe-boxes from across North Yorkshire are heading for vulnerable children in Belarus, Kosovo, Romania, Serbia, Swaziland and Ukraine as part of Operation Christmas Child, one of the UK’s largest annual children’s charity projects. The shoe-boxes have been … Continue reading
Members and supporters of Redcar Labour Party joined with local Trade Unions for their annual dinner on Friday 25November. The event, attended by over 100 people was held at the Claxton Hotel in Redcar. The special guest was Ian Lavery, … Continue reading
Cllr Dr Tristan Learoyd has resigned from Redcar and Cleveland’s Cabinet quoting ‘Conservative-Liberal Democrat cuts’ as his reason for quitting. The following is a statement Coastal View received from Cllr Dr Learoyd earlier today. “I have informed the council leader … Continue reading
North Yorkshire and Cleveland 20th Century Study Group invites you to BOOK SIGNING at Guisborough Book Shop on Saturday 10th Decemberfrom 10.00am – 10.30am. This signing event is to celebrate the re-launch of Redcar Volume 1, revised 2011 edition which … Continue reading
Local MP Ian Swales today asked the Prime Minister what he would say to councils who are considering rejecting the Government’s Council Tax freeze. This question comes after news that Redcar and Cleveland council are considering rejecting the Government’s offer … Continue reading
Loftus Young farmers are holding a Domino Drive and Christmas Prize draw on Tuesday 13th December at Moorsholm Village Hall. Arrive from 7.00pm for 7.30pm start, £2.50 per person including refreshments. Everybody Welcome.