Stuart Jameson, from the Consett area of County Durham, is facing an eight-count indictment which was committed to the crown court by magistrates last month, when he was remanded in custody.
I seldomly write reviews, in general, but wanted to this time.....Came here last Saturday with my girlfriend and her little sister who was visiting. Had our gender scan yesterday and what a lovely experience.Can't say I was bothered about having a 4D scan until I got in that room and saw my little lads face! You made my lass very happy putting your all into getting some decent pictures of him. Staff were all very friendly and welcoming & made the experience that little bit extra special.Went for a dating/reassurance scan and was very pleased with how attentive, kind and genuine our sonographer, Sarah was.She took the time to explain what's what and came across as very genuine and nice - which, for us, added to the whole pleasant experience.Will definitely be booking another 4d scan when I'm further on, very excited for it already.Thanks to everyone at Window to the Womb for doing such a fab job."It is obviously distressing to hear from so many victims, but at the same time I am relieved they have shown the confidence in us to get in touch and allow us to help them.“Our efforts are directed not just at establishing what happened in Medomsley over that period but ensuring the victims are left in a better place and get the support and advice they need.” In 2003, a separate police investigation called Operation Halter led to the conviction of Neville Husband, a prison officer at the centre.Other staff there were also friendly and welcoming. More than 140 people have told police investigators that they were sexually or physically abused at a young offenders centre between the late 1960s and mid-1980s.