News & Events

NEW MARSKE IN BLOOM MOSAIC

NEW MARSKE IN BLOOM MOSAIC

Councillor Vera Rider and other volunteers from New Marske In Bloom with the newly installed mosaic
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CASUAL VACANCY

CASUAL VACANCY

Alison Blacklock has been appointed to represent the Longbeck ward
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PLANNING MEETINGS

PLANNING MEETINGS

Planning meetings have now recommenced, remotely, but in accordance with legislation they are open to the public. If you wish to join any meeting, please contact the office for a secure link to join the meeting. Please see the diary for the revised dates.
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MARSKE PLAY AREA AND GYM EQUIPMENT

MARSKE PLAY AREA AND GYM EQUIPMENT

In line with current Government guidelines, the Parish Council play area and outdoor gym equipment on Mount Pleasant playing fields have reopened.  However, users are asked to abide by control measures as shown on the attached documents.  Please note this equipment is used at your own risk
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JACKIE TAYLOR MEMORIAL SHIELD

JACKIE TAYLOR MEMORIAL SHIELD

In 2020 it will be awarded to Trevor Welburn as soon as coronavirus restrictions are lifted.  This is for his fundraising efforts and service to Saltburn
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WINKIES CASTLE

WINKIES CASTLE

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.  Please see the link to their website for further details.
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SALTBURN BAND CONCERTS - CANCELLED

SALTBURN BAND CONCERTS - CANCELLED

The Parish Council sponsors band concerts at Saltburn bandstand during the summer months.  Unfortunately due to the coronavirus outbreak no concerts will take place in 2020. 
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SALTBURN HILL CLIMB - CANCELLED

SALTBURN HILL CLIMB - CANCELLED

It has been confirmed that the Saltburn Hill Climb for 2020 has been cancelled. Further details will be shown here for the 2021 event. Please see their website link for further details
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DEFIBRILLATORS

DEFIBRILLATORS

The Parish Council has been approached by the Sievert family from New Marske, who tragically lost their son Tom in July, 2017 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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CHAIRMAN

CHAIRMAN

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