Wow that reception was crazy! Thank you Great Britain and everyone else for all your support ❤️ https://t.co/cay9h1eODC
The Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team and Cleveland Police have been searching for missing Pat Kettlewell from Lingdale.
The 64 year old has not been seen since she caught a bus to Guisborough on August 20.
A dog walker contacted police to report a possible sighting of Ms Kettlewell in Guisborough Forest.
22 members of the team and one search dog from Swaledale spent nearly hours hours on August 22 searching the area.
"These past three weeks have been incredible... Thank you to everyone who has made this Olympics so special & I couldn't have asked to spend the last few months with better people.... Rio you've been great"
Police are appealing for help to trace a missing man from Northumberland.
Albert Taylor, 69, was last seen on August 13 in Morpeth. Police are concerned for his welfare. Mr Taylor has links with the Dudley area of North Tyneside.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Northumbria Police on 101.
I Am Team GB is being billed as possibly the nation’s biggest ever sports day, being held across the UK on Saturday 27th August.
The idea is to inspire everyone to have a go at sport and to try and do this some of our local sports clubs in the region have signed up to take part and open their doors for free.
Yes for free!
That means you can have a go at a sport you've never tried before on the 27th of August and see if you like it - or are any good at it!
Why not take a look at the official I Am Team GB website and find out more?
One of those groups is the Bowmen of Backworth - they train in Backworth and have over 60 members of all ages and abilities.
On Saturday the 27th they are holding a free taster session where you can try your hand at archery.
Have a look at our report below:
There are lots and lots of clubs taking part in #IAmTeamGB across the region and the country - this is just one of them.