Please note all Parish Council allotments are open.
Please be aware this may change due to rapidly changing guidance and instructions from the Government.
Please see the link below from The National Allotment Association.
If any of the above changes, further updates will be shown here
In response to Government guidelines the play area and outside gym area at Mount Pleasant, Marske have been closed to the general public until further notice
Following the advice from the Government, this years Great British Spring Clean has been postponed. It will be rearranged for later on in the year. Please see below a statement from Keep Britain Tidy
It has now been confirmed that the Klondike Grand Prix due to be held in April has been cancelled. Further details will be shown here if it is rearranged.
It has now been confirmed that the Tour de Yorkshire due to have come through Saltburn and Marske has now been cancelled. Further details will be shown here if it is rearranged. Please see their website link for further details
At our Christmas Carol Service a collection was taken in aid of the chosen charities of our Chairman, Councillor Stuart Smith.
This year the monies raised (£430) were to be donated to Friends of Saltburn, for the Christmas lights in Saltburn and Emmanuel Church, where the service was held.
At the January Council meeting, cheques were presented to Trevor Welburn, Friends of Saltburn, and Revd Adam Reed from Emmanuel Church.
Thank you to all those who attended the service and donated to the charities.
Plaques were unveiled on Sunday 29 September 2019 to commemorate Jackie Taylor and her community involvement with Saltburn over many years.
Despite atrocious weather conditions many people turned up to see the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland, Councillor Billy Wells, unveil a plaque in the Station Portico and another at Saltburn Bandstand.
Our Parish Chairman for 2019/20 is Councillor Stuart Smith. Our Vice Chairman is Councillor Stan Glover
The Parish Council has been approached by the Sievert family from New Marske, who tragically lost their son Tom in July this year after he suffered from a fatal coronary occlusion - a sudden stoppage of the heart. The family are fundraising to have defibrillators installed throughout the Parish and Council have agreed to work in partnership with them to achieve their aim of installing 35 units, one for every year of Tom’s life.