Saltburn, Marske, New Marske Parish Council

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Santa will be coming into Saltburn for the Christmas light switch on, on Saturday 30 November 2019.  As in previous years we are holding a competition to switch the Christmas Tree lights on and to meet Santa.  All you have to do is decorate one of the pictures attached.  You can colour it in or use craft materials to make it spectacular!

The closing date is 15 November 2019.

Posters to be returned to:

Saltburn, Marske & New Marske Parish Council Offices, The Conference Centre, Saltburn Learning Campus, Marske Mill Lane, Saltburn

A special postbox will be outside the Parish Council offices at the start and end of the school day.

If you decide to enter please ensure that a parent or guardian is available to accompany the winning children to the event





Please find below details of the three Christmas events in the Parish:
Santa will be coming into Saltburn for the Christmas light switch on, on Saturday 30 November 2019.  The Christmas tree lights will be switched on at 5.00 pm by our competition winners.
Events will be happening throughout the afternoon - further details will be shown here as soon as possible
Marskes event is on Thursday 5th December.  Events will be happening throughout the afternoon - further details will be shown here as soon as possible
New Marskes event is on Friday 29th November.  Santa will be in the Gleneagles Centre following the parade - further details will be shown here as soon as possible 

This will be held in Emmanuel Church, Saltburn on Thursday 19th December at 7.00pm, in association with the Dalesmen Singers and Marske Junior and Learning Brass Band.  Everyone is welcome to come along and join in.  This event is free.  Light refreshments will be served afterwards in the church.




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




As part of the nationally organised Great British Spring Clean the Parish Council and Northumbrian Water carried out a litter pick in the Marske Playground area.  A few members of the Sports Club also helped out. Many bags of rubbish were collected and bed springs and carpet rolls.  The rubbish collected was removed by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council


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. 

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A group of people in Marske are hoping to start a few groups in Marske.
They are hoping to start Marske Youth Orchestra and are looking for someone from within the Marske community to be their Musical Director.
They are also hoping to run a Marske Renaissance Art Society (MRAS).  This will be a weekly group of meeting artists wanting to learn to paint and draw.
If you would like to know any further details of either group please contact Philip Chisholm on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


2018 saw the launch of the Jackie Taylor Memorial Shield.  The award is to recognise outstanding community achievement in honour of all she did for the community. 
In 2018 it was awarded to Marske United Football Club to recognise their sporting achievement over the previous year.
In 2019 it was awarded to Marske Community Christmas Group for their Christmas Day event where local people were invited to a Christmas Day meal with entertainment provided

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.  

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 


Saltburn has been voted the fourth best up and coming place to live by The London Economic. 

The Guardian has mentioned Saltburn twice recently. The pier became Pier of the Year in 2019 and the beach was in the Top 10 of British beaches.

Please see the attached links for more details




Opening Hours

Please Note:  There may be occasions when the office is closed during the times listed below.  This is due to external or urgent obligations for which prior notice cannot be given.  You may wish to telephone the office first if you are making a special journey.

Monday 08:00 - 16.30
Tuesday 08:00 - 16.30
Wednesday 08:00 - 16.30
Thursday 08:00 - 16.30
Friday 08:00 - 12:00

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