Coastal Views’ 1st Bithday Charity Benefit Evening

Help us to raise money for Young Carers Project

On June 18th, Coastal View, to celebrate the papers 1st Birthday, we will be holding a charity event, to raise money for the Young Carers Project as well as local organisations in Moorsholm.

Young carers are children who look after someone in their family who has an illness, a disability, a mental health problem or a substance misuse problem, taking on practical and/or emotional caring responsibilities that would normally be expected of an adult.

The event will take place in Moorsholm Memorial Hall and we promise it to be an evening of great entertainment.

We have some wonderful live music planned and ALL people involved with this event are providing their services absolutely FREE of charge.

We are lucky to be able to announce, we have the lovely Rebekah Findlay, who apart from having a stunning voice is a very talented multi instrumentalist too. Rebekah has been described by Mike Harding, BBC 2 as “a great young singer.” She is not to be missed.

And if that isn’t enough, we are pleased to confirm the unforgettable North Yorkshire band FiddLyn Man Doris will be here too. This band consists of extremely talented individuals, but as a band they are something else and guaranteed to keep your feet tapping and asking for more.

We are privileged to announce that Teesside’s very own talented film maker Craig Hornby has agreed to show the remarkable film, Vin Garbutt, Teesside Troubadour, with an introduction from Craig himself. This is not just a film about the iconic Teesside folk singer, who appparently is more famous in Australia than he is in parts of this country, it is a statement about the area in which he is extremely proud to live.

You will also have the opportunity to purchase the DVD on the night, so this is a wonderful opportunity for you.

We feel proud that this event is being supported by Tom Blenkinsop MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland. Tom will be with us on the night and we are sure we can persuade him to say a word or two.

There will also be representatives from The Junction, Redcar, home of the Young Carers Project, who will be on hand to answer any questions. There will be a showing of a special film, made by the young carers, giving you the opportunity to see that the money you will give, really can make a difference to the lives of these very special young people.

We must stress at this point that, ALL proceeds from this night will be given to Young Carers Project and Moorsholm village organisations.

So, what else is on offer?

Pie and peas will be available with teas and coffees also on sale, courtesy of Moorsholm Memorial Village Hall Committee. There will be a fully licensed bar for the ones of you that don’t have to drive home!

Moorsholm in Bloom will hold a Tombola to raise funds for their cause and hopefully this will help them to add to last year’s successes at the ‘In Bloom’ competition.

We will be holding a luxury raffle (see prize list opposite) with prizes donated by friends of the paper. We also have some very special items to auction and who knows what else? Things are being added all the time.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all people who have been so generous with their prize donations. And also thanks go to Gayle at Marske Sports & Social Club, who held a Name the Teddy competition, raising £40 towards the costs of the event, and Phil & Gill Todd from Hazelgrove Caravan Park, who raised £50 by running a raffle in their local Social Club.

Don’t miss out on what is promised to be a memorable evening and know that you will be contributing to a very worthwhile charity.

Tickets are available from:

Marske Sports & Social Club, Mount Pleasant Ave., Marske

Seeing Sounds. Inside Inflexions, 18 High Street Redcar

The Junction, Station Road, Redcar

Coastal View & Moor News. 67 Guisborough Road, Moorsholm.

Telephone 01287 669418 / 07910 791434

We really do hope to meet you there.

Thank You.

Steve & Lynne.

67 Guisborough Road Moorsholm Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 3JA

Tel: 01287 669418


Please find below a current list of prizes to be won on the night of the event, followed by the name of the generous person/organisation who gave them to us.

We thank you all.

Raffle Tickets are currently on sale at

Hands & Oils Aromatherapy, Redcar Lane, Redcar

Marske Sports & Social Club, Marske,

The Junction, Station Road, Redcar

Bottle 12 year old Glenfiddich single malt whisky – Gayle at Marske Sports Club

£20 Meal voucher – Chillis Restaurant, Redcar

Box x 6 bottles Yali Cabernet Carmenere selection red wine- Trinity Mirror

Vin Garbutt Teesside Troubadour DVD signed by Vin and Craig – Craig Hornby & Vin Garbutt

Rebekah Findlay signed CD Northern Skies – Rebekah Findlay

45 mins treatment of Bowen Technique or Chinese Foot Massage – Judith of Smart Therapies, Moorsholm

Any 45 mins treatment of your choice by Smart Therapies – Norman of Smart Therapies, Moorsholm

2 hours of computer tuition/technical support – Trevor Watson of ITEACHU Computers, Moorsholm

2 x Redcar Bears Speedway Tickets – Redcar Bears, Redcar

Treatment Package to be decided – Hands & Oils Aromatherapy, Redcar

A double room for 2 days (weekend) with breakfast included – The Clarendon Hotel Redcar

Complimentary Therapy eg Indian head massage, massage, reflexology -Naz Serginson. Saltburn Well Being Centre

Two complimentary meals from any of their menus. – Windsors Bar & Bistro, Saltburn

To be advised – Parker Stag Ltd., Redcar

On the night of the event we will be auctioning

50s style microphone – David Honeywell

Middlesbrough signed football shirt – Middlesbrough FC

Bottle of House of Commons whisky – Tom Blenkinsop

Authenticated autographed photo of Jack Sparrow/Johnny Depp – Suzanne Glanville

Other prizes given, to be used on the night are:-

Bottle Wine – Steve Kay, Moorsholm

Bottle Whisky – John Taylor, Cutty Wren Folk Club

Bag of Chocolinis Goodies – Paul and Sue Davies of Destinations, Saltburn

Two memory sticks – Trinity Mirror

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