The 2018 Historical Hill Climb in Saltburn, organised by Middlesbrough and District Motor Club, was held in September on a lovely sunny day
Details of the 2019 event will be shown here and on the Middlesbrough Motor Club website as soon as they are known.
The Parish Council have installed ten pieces of outdoor gym equipment on the playing fields off Mount Pleasant Avenue, Marske. The equipment is suitable for over 14s and each piece has instructions on how to use it.
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.
Saltburn in Bloom have redesigned the Fossil Garden, adjacent to the cliff lift on Marine Parade in Saltburn. It was officially opened in July 2018. The photograph shows the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, Councillor Dennis Teasdale and the Parish Chairman, Councillor Vera Rider
The Parish Council are pleased to report that a match funded grant was secured from Impetus Environmental Trust to make some welcome additions to the play equipment at the Mount Pleasant play area in Marske
Following rock falls in the summer at Huntcliff, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have looked into this. The cliff was stable with no further falling rocks when they visited on Monday lunch time (1st August 2016) though the rock fall had left an overhang that would come down in due course. This was likely to affect the Cleveland Way footpath on the top of the cliff though there was currently no sign of the movement of the path.
The Coastal Protection engineer also visited. There are signs near the Ship Inn warning of the danger of rock falls and advising people to stay away from underneath the cliffs. This warning was also put out by the coastguards and the RNLI. There are few options to put out any additional signs or barriers as the beach is covered by the tide twice a day,
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council will continue to monitor the situation and will take action where they are able.
Walkers are advised to take care at all times, both on the cliff path and on the beach.
Our Parish Chairman for 2017/18 is Councillor Vera Rider. Our Vice Chairman is Councillor Stuart Smith.