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Saltburn-by-the-Sea


Fantastic results: our second open day attracted 31 new members.


Local History Lectures: Dec 14th Tony Lynn Jan 11th Feb 8th


John Downs - Lawrence Jackson School Tony Nicholson (part 2)


Natural History Lectures: January 19th Beth Andrews - Work of the Tees Valley Wildlife Trust February 2nd


Chris Bielby - Whales and Dolphins


February 16th Chris Wilson - Flowers of the Yorkshire Coast


All U3A members are welcome. Lectures to be held in the Upstairs Room at the Methodist Church, Milton Street, Saltburn at 10am. Refreshments included in the £1.50 charge. Next Coffee Morning: Friday, December 2nd 10am to 12 noon. Group Leaders lunch: Friday, December 9th, beginning at 11.00am in The St John’s Centre in Marske (near Marske Railway Station) – turn up by the Zetland. Finally have we a member willing to teach Line Dancing? Sally Melvin our Curriculum link can be contacted on 01287 623645.


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Garden Flat available for holiday lets. Less than five minutes walk from the sea and from the train station, shops and local restaurants etc. The property consists of a fully fitted and equipped kitchen, spacious and well furnished


lounge overlooking the garden (which is for your personal use), and a double bed with en-suite bathroom.


WiFi access Prices - £32.00 per night (minimum of two nights)


Contact Mr & Mrs Smith on 01287 623740 (home) Or 07764 611313 (Mr Smith mobile) Or 07877 384977 (Mrs Smith mobile)


Shane Slater


Plumbing & Heating All aspects of domestic plumbing


Tel: 01287 625657


Mobile: 07812 391418 Bathrooms


Showers Tiling


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