Monthly Archives: November 2012
The next monthly meeting of SARA will be held in the TocH premises, Albion Terrace, Saltburn, on Wednesday, 5th December, at 7.30pm. New members are most welcome. 8th December – SARA will be holding their Christmas Fayre, on Saturday 8th … Continue reading
“Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping on your nose, Yuletide carols being sung by a choir, and folks dressed up like Eskimos” Nat King Cole always makes Christmas sound wonderful, but the reality of planning, dashing, shopping, … Continue reading
COME along and join in as Guisborough celebrates Christmas in style with a family festival on Tuesday, December 4. Santa will open the doors to his grotto in Sunnyfield House at 4pm until his parade is ready to leave at … Continue reading
Guisborough Methodist Church will be holding their annual Christmas Festival on Tuesday, 04 Dec from 5.00pm.
As part of the Town’s Christmas activities the Guisborough Methodist Church will be holding their annual Christmas Festival on Tuesday, 04 Dec from 5.00pm. A wide range of stalls,including a Bran Tub, will be available to browse and select gifts. … Continue reading
SODA (Survivors Of Domestic Abuse) Redcar, are opening the first ever Support Group for Male Victims of Domestic Abuse in the area.
As most people are aware, Domestic Abuse is normally associated with having only Female victims. One little known fact is that up to 18% (1 in 6) of Men suffer some form of abuse at the hands of their partners during … Continue reading
As Santa prepares to make his annual visit underground at the Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December 2012 the Museum staff and volunteers are busy making arrangements. As part of the preparations local residents are … Continue reading
Three massive logs from an Ash tree are seeking a new home. The tree was felled in East Cleveland some weeks ago. The diseased sections have been removed and three huge logs remain. “They are of three different lengths, about three … Continue reading