Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have said Path Reinstatement Works will be carried out on the path through Hazel Grove allotments. The work will be carried out week commencing Monday 19 June (weather permitting) from 9.00 am - 3.00 pm. Temporary path closures or width restrictions will be in place.
If you have any queries please contact the Engineering Section of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council on 01287 612545.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are considering extending the dogs exclusion zone on Saltburn beach. Please see the attached for further details. On the link is a survey for you to complete for your views on the proposed changes.
Power cable repair works are currently taking place on Marske Road, Saltburn. Please see the attached letter from Northern Powergrid
Electrical work is also due to commence from Milton Street, Saltburn through to Marske. The works will affect the Hazel Grove Allotments. Please see the attached letter from Northern Powergrid
Each year the Parish Council put a Christmas Tree up in New Marske and a request has been received asking that consideration be given to relocating it to outside The Gleneagles Centre
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.
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
Our Parish Chairman for 2017/18 is Councillor Olwyn Twentyman. Our Vice Chairman is Councillor Vera Rider.
Meeting Dates for 2017.
Wednesday 12th April Saltburn Library, Windsor Road, Saltburn 6.00pm
Wednesday 12th July Saltburn Library, Windsor Road, Saltburn 6.00pm
Wednesday 11th October Saltburn Library, Windsor Road, Saltburn 6.00pm
St Germains Ward
Wednesday 19th April Marske Library, Windy Hill Lane, Marske 5.30pm
Wednesday 19th July Marske Library, Windy Hill Lane, Marske 5.30pm
Wednesday 18th October Marske Library, Windy Hill Lane, Marske 5.30pm
To Be Confirmed
Saltburn regularly wins awards in the Northumbria in Bloom and Britain in Bloom competitions. It is organised by the Saltburn in Bloom group in association with town businesses, organisations and local councils, and sponsored by the Parish Council. £3,000 was awarded this year by the Parish Council. In 2015 Saltburn was awarded the Gold for Best Coastal Resort. Individual properties and businesses within Saltburn also received Gold and Silver awards
Marske has received £2,200 and New Marske £1500 towards their 'In Bloom' work this year. Northumbria in Bloom 2015 awarded Marske a Silver Gilt in the Town awards
This is a museum which is in one of the oldest cottages in Marske and it takes you through the history and heritage of Marske by the Sea. The Parish Council is one of the main sponsors of the museum.
The Parish Council sponsors band concerts at Saltburn bandstand during the summer months.
Other groups also sponsor concerts.