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Happy 4th Birthday to Saltburn WellBeing Centre


It’s hard to believe that 4 years have passed since the start of Saltburn WellBeing Centre. Over this time there have been


many developments but the ethos has remained the same - A place where people can grow and reach their potential in a nurturing environment. The centre offers all kinds of opportunities to


empower people to help themselves including confidence building courses, a host of classes aimed at stress relief including Yoga & meditation as well as Counselling, Hypnotherapy, and a host of Complementary Therapies. Regular clinics include our Healing Clinic with Sushannah and our Herbal Medicine clinic with Iain Stewart. The centre is the home for a regular Meditation Class with the Buddhists from the Atisha Centre in Darlington. More recently we have a regular healthy eating course which educates and motivates, jewellery making, card making, and make your own Christmas presents (skincare and natural products). The focus of the centre has always encompassed


Mind Body & Spirit providing workshops and events for those who wish to develop spiritually and we regularly get people ringing and visiting with questions about experiences they have had but have no-one to talk to


about them. This year we have had


several mentions in articles in the national media including the Daily Mirror, Daily Express as well as an article in one of Britain’s best selling spiritual magazines, Spirit


and Destiny. This has led to customers coming from all parts of the country to attend classes at the centre and for Tarot readings. The latest addition to the Centre is our WellBeing


Centre shop selling unusual gifts including ornaments, pictures, mirrors, signs, keyrings, Angel products and crystals not to forget our WellBeing Centre gift vouchers to use in the shop or for Complementary therapies. Bookings for workshops and classes can also be made in the shop and information is available about the centre. Saltburn WellBeing Centre, 6A Station Street,


Saltburn, TS12 1AE. Tel 01287 204400. www.saltburnwellbeingcentre.co.uk or see us on


Facebook or Twitter. The Centre is open throughout the week for classes,


workshops, therapies etc. Shop Opening Times are Tuesday, Wednesday,


Thursdays 10-2pm Most Saturdays 10-2pm and often at other times when open sign displayed.


Councillors’ Column


Residents have a right to walk freely along the pavement. Occasionally this passage is impeded by hedge owners


failing to contain the growth of their green border. Well maintained hedges not only add to the street scene but eliminate pedestrian inconvenience. Hedge trimmers might note that the suspension of the collection of garden waste for the winter period starts on the 1st December. No collections will be made again until the 1st March 2012. During this period green waste can still be disposed of by using Dunsdale and Warrenby Waste Recycling Centres. The solid edifice of the one time National Provincial


Bank will soon no longer contain a friendly community face. Natwest are pulling out. Community is becoming a forgotten word. When the tardis landed the writing on the wall was destined to fade. More change is on the way. The Parliamentary Voting


System and Constituencies Act 2011 is guiding the Boundary Commission for England in its review of Parliamentary Constituency Boundaries. Consultation on the latest proposals is open until the 5th December. Thirty-one constituencies will disappear in England.


Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland is to become Middlesbrough South and Guisborough. 2,740 voters will be added to the roll. A public hearing will take place on the 17th and 18th


November at the St. George Hotel, Teesside Airport. (Changed of course to Durham Tees Valley). For those unable to travel, the website allows comments to be expressed. Try consulation.boundarycommissionforengland.independent.gov.uk The Area Committees that currently serve the democratic


process at local level are being dispensed with. The R & C Democracy Commission has suggested new area governance where active participation from partner organizations and residents would be a better way of working together effectively and productively. It is suggested that each ward should have its own bimonthly meeting with appropriate partnership agencies. The time is approaching when the 2012/13 budget is to


be prepared. More economy is forecast and proposals to increase charges to raise revenue could include the introduction of car parking charges in the town. A report is imminent and the detail may contain some challenging reading. Enterprise Zones are being created in the Borough at


Kirkleatham Business Park and the Wilton Site. Let us hope that this initiative will be exploited to the full and assist in reducing the local unemployment level which is among the highest in England. Despite the economies that Redcar & Cleveland are


expecting to make in delivering their services, it is still hoped that there will be no compulsory redundancies in the current round of job reviews. Wind turbine proliferation is again giving cause for


concern. A briefing has been requested on potential development in the vicinity after residents noticed a recent planning application. Low cost and sustainable energy production and smaller carbon footprints are laudable. However, the question of environmental damage must be considered and questions must be asked about the profits of energy supply companies. Councillors can be consulted in the Library every 2nd


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