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Saltburn Parish and R&C Council, The North York Moors National Park, Cleveland Police and North Yorks Police, want everyone to stay safe and well. Sticking to social distancing is really important. Act responsibly. Plan ahead and share with care.
Because of Covid_19 the print shop was closed and there was no printed edition of the April, May and June 2020 magazines. The September 2021 edition of Saltburn's informative, free, community magazine is available in print as well as being available to view online.
You can expand each individual padlet on the notice board by clicking on the dotted icon in the top right-hand corner of each note and then clicking on the expand post message that appears underneath the padlet. From the expanded view you then have the option of viewing the item in its original size by clicking on the 'view original' button which appears on the top right of the expanded view. .
Alternatively you can view the whole board by clicking on this link: Saltburn Information Board
Coastal and Country Living
Searching for something a little different? This three bedroom home has plenty to offer with both coast and country on your doorstep. Situated just off the high street in a small courtyard development in the village of Brotton it offers an escape from city living being just minutes away from the popular beaches at both Saltburn and the hidden gem of Cattersty Sands as well as being on the doorstep of the Cleveland Way and North York Moors National Park.
The house offers three minimally decorated floors and highlights include a large living space, large kitchen diner, family bathroom and three generous bedrooms, the master bedroom having an en suite shower room. It has its own designated parking area and a small courtyard garden. The local primary school, village shop, church, public houses and local golf course are all just a few minutes walk away. The property is ideally suited for a variety of purposes whether for family living, a couple needing space to work from home, a holiday home, holiday let or for someone looking to buy to let. For sale priced at £140,000. More details and virtual viewing are available from Grimwood Estates. Tel 01287 644000
Tide times - Tide times for the Tees Estuary..
Click on the link above to get an up to date prediction of today’s tide times.
You can also get tide times, suitable fishing times, marine and weather information here - Tide times for Saltburn by the Sea
Please be clear of the cliffs between Saltburn and Skinngrove 3 hours after LOW tide. The rocks at Redcar are dangerous just one hour after LOW tide. Please use the beach between the red and yellow flags when the lifeguards are on duty, and if someone is seen in difficulties then dial 999 and ask for the coastguard.
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Saltburn by the Sea has maintained much of its original charm as a Victorian seaside resort including its pier, the colourful Italian Gardens and walks through Riftswood. Saltburn has the oldest water balanced cliff tramway in Britain that is still in operation, linking the town with the pier 120 feet below. You can park at sea level where the old fishing village straddles Skelton Beck. The Ship Inn remains as a focal point, steeped in smuggling folklore. The Cleveland Way passes through along the coastline and follows a steep path up to Huntcliff, once the site of a Roman Signal Station.
A new venture in progress. Designer tee shirts to celebrate our lovely coastal heritage.
Keeping up Ap-pier-ances
As Saltburn celebrated the 150th birthday of the pier this May we discover it was probably not open until July.
Add an event to our Calendar
Do you have an event in Saltburn by the Sea or the local area that you'd like to share? Did you know you can add it to our events page free of charge? Simply visit our events page, scroll down and click the add event button that you will see below the calendar.
Zetland FM 105fm - Local radio for Redcar and Cleveland
Take some time out and listen to your local radio station.
Sweeping beaches, cliffs, big skies, surf, seabirds, Saltburn has them all and is our favourite place to be. We are looking at the possibility of preparing Sea Breezes as a quarterly magazine and hope the next edition of Sea Breezes will be with you soon. It’s still possible to access all our previous editions here.
Look back to our first issue:
Get to know Saltburn
Whatever you need to know about Saltburn by the Sea this is the place to start. Steeped in history, the town is proud of its heritage. Recent tourist initiatives are also making their contribution in helping to promote Saltburn’s development as a leisure attraction. Whatever you want to find around Saltburn; shops, businesses, hotels, pubs, restaurants or community events our business directory and events guide will help you to find out what’s on in Saltburn, as well as listing places to stay and where to find things in and around the local area.
News round up:
This website is run on a voluntary basis. At the present time we are unable to maintain a regular newsfeed. We hope to be able to restore this feature in the near future. Meanwhile you can still visit our newsblog to read past articles and news issues.
Local weather station information
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