VERDI'S Requiem will be brought to life by hundreds of musicians and singers this weekend. Around 150 singers and a 50-strong orchestra will perform the renowned composer's work in Darlington on Saturday, November 25. The concert forms part of Darlington Choral Society’s 160th anniversary season and will be conducted by Richard Bloodworth, with choristers from the Darlington and Yarm choral societies joining Opera Nova and The Mowbray Orchestra on stage.
AN ASSAULT on a busy road left a man injured and in need of hospital treatment last night. Middlesbrough’s Parliament Road was cordoned off by police after the 38-year-old was reportedly attacked at around 7.30pm. A 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent and is currently in custody. A spokeswoman for Cleveland Police said enquiries into the alleged assault are ongoing as she appealed for witnesses to come forward.
AN elderly man in a "confused state" is missing from hospital. Ray Martindale went missing from the University Hospital of North Tees, in Stockton, at around 5am this morning. The 79-year-old was last seen in the Roseworth area of Stockton, with police believing he may attempt to make his way to the Durham area. A spokesman for Cleveland Police urged the public to contact the force if they spot anyone matching the description of Mr Martindale, who is around 5ft9in tall with grey hair.
@WendyTinks1798@ClevelandPolice@CC_ClePol Definitely! The fact people seem so shocked is proof enough that there's not enough awareness out there, I think. I'll do what I can to support your efforts in tackling this. Even if it means no more cheap car washes!
@WendyTinks1798@ClevelandPolice@CC_ClePol You're more than welcome! Feel free to share it far and wide. Already had some interesting feedback from readers who were really shocked. I did question the pic, because it was so smiley but it was the only one we had! :)
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