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Exciting Times


Ann is now the sole proprietor at The Spa Hotel.


Watch this space for


details of our forthcoming changes. These include :


New restaurant menus New Wine menus


New wedding packages New buffet menus


Sunday Lunch


Served from 12 noon All our Sunday Lunch


main course meals now include a FREE DESSERT


(Starters are also available) Adults from £6.95


Children from £3.95


Please contact us to reserve your table.


Christmas 2011 Looking for a venue ?


Our Christmas Fayre Menu is available throughout December.


We are serving a 5 course menu on Christmas Day and a 3 course menu on Boxing Day.


Pick up our Festive Season leaflet for full details.


For more information, visit our website at www.thespahotelsaltburn.co.uk Michelle Rudd Dip NTC MPTA CGLI


Piano Tuning and Repairs by a qualified and experienced professional (Est. 1983) Covering Teesside, East Cleveland and the


North York Moors. Free advice, friendly service. Tel 01609 779983 Mob 07740 201188


email: michellerudd@hotmail.com website: www.pianotuningyorkshire.weebly.com


Help! Your local Playgroup needs you! Little Nippers is in desperate need of willing volunteers to help out on Monday and Wednesday mornings, either in the kitchen or in the group. We


need people to help set up and put away. If you can help, even if it is only for a few hours each month, we would love to hear from you. So, if you love


spending time with young children, painting, glueing, singing, making music or reading stories, or even simply making drinks, then please contact Little


Nippers Playgroup on 01287 624575


We have spaces in November for babies and newcomers to the town


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