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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.
The East Cleveland Klondike Cycle Grand Prix
The East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix cycle race will take place on Sunday 2nd April between 12.00 and 4.00pm with more than 100 professional cyclists taking part. There will be rolling road closures during the race and residents/visitors are being asked to park off the race route. Details can be found at www.eastclevelandklondikegp.co.uk
The image shows the section of the route through Saltburn, arriving from Brotton and heading towards Skelton.>
A quick look ahead at what's on. Updated regularly.
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.
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.
Seagulls lining up on parade. Did someone call reveille? Photo by Phil Jackson.
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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Submit or read articles, search the directory, find out what is going on in the area, advertise for free and much more. Whether you live and work in Saltburn, or have enjoyed a visit, send your news items to us; whether it is entertainment, sports, business or community related.
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