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Visitors from Marske admire one of the floral displays at


Saltburn Methodist church's harvest festival, from left Brian and Pat Myers, Jean and Eric Bugg.


Noah’s Ark animals including elephants and giraffes, which were made of wool, were among interesting displays at the annual harvest festival exhibition run by Saltburn Methodist Church on October 1st-2nd weekend. Among groups which use the halls putting on


displays were the Women’s Institute and Saltburn Photographic Society. Sunday school members gave tins of food and packets of cereal for distribution to homeless young people helped by the town’s Doorways youth project.


Songsters Christmas Concert


Saltburn Songsters invite you to their Winter Wonderland concert which will take place in the Community Hall on Friday, 16th December, at 7.00pm. This ladies Singing Group is becoming very popular


after our recent concerts. Having begun with only ten ladies, we now have thirty singers, all ably kept in check by our very brave musical director, Daniel Matuszak and our very talented accompanist Natalie Glenister. Our programme will include many popular songs from


stage and screen and of course, a number of seasonal favourites. Music we all thoroughly enjoy singing and we’re sure you will enjoy hearing! Tickets cost £7 (including pie and pea supper) and will


be available from November 1st from either Peter Smith Butchers, the Musical Director Tel: 07729 332258 or the Ticket Secretary Tel: 01642 486300 or choir members. Our July concert was a complete sell-out so make sure you get your tickets early this time! We promise you a very enjoyable evening.


Alpha Place Memorial Fund organisers, Callum Duff and Tony Lynn would like to thank all those who have donated to the fund so far including those who have given materials and advice for the build. We still plan to finish the memorial this year but would be grateful of other financial assistance and help. If you would like to donate, please contact Callum Duff at thegateofeden@live.co.uk or via the Saltburn OneFifty Facebook page. Many thanks again to all who are helping us to achieve this important project showing the origin of the town of Saltburn-by-the-Sea.


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including employees of Amec, Darlington who are becoming good friends of Saltburn beach. 22 bags of litter were picked weighing 113kgs and nearly 1200 individual items of litter were categorised. A heavy shower mid-morning cut short the surveying, but the litter pick continued until the scheduled finish time, thanks to all who participated. The good news on the beach front is that the


Bathing Waters categorisation for next year will be ‘Higher’ which is the best a beach can get. The Environment Agency has sampled the bathing waters over the summer on 20 occasions and 3 results were ‘Minimum’ the rest being ‘Higher’. Whether this means that the problems have been totally solved is not clear. Probably best not to be complacent.


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