For the first time in its 93 year history, the Rotary Club of Saltburn is proud to announce that we have a lady President, Louise Foster and with the full support of every one of our 26 members, we know we are in for an epic year of fun and fundraising.Details
Saltburn attend District Conference in Skipton in numbers (and fancy dress)Details
Another of our clubs annual excursions to watch fine cricket and drink fine alesDetails
Thank you to our fellow rotarians, our sponsors, the Cricket Club for allowing us to use the venue, to Dave from the junior cricket team for providing the Races and SAFC for your support. £1244 raised for Rotary Charities. Brilliant !!Details
The club remains committed to our community and is involved both individually & collectively in supporting deserving cases in our area. If you need help, please contact us (details below) and we will respond!Details
7 more outstanding music acts from Soul, Blues, Rock & Americana at the Indoor Nets building at Saltburn Cricket Club. Our charitable causes this year will be Zoe's Place and Butterwick HospiceDetails
Based in the lively, vibrant seaside resort of Saltburn by the Sea, the Rotary Club is an important part of the town. Founded in 1926, the Club is an established fixture of the community and is involved in many projects throughout the town. Rotary Club members not only embark on fundraising enterprises but give their time to enhance community projects and ensure as many opportunities as possible to the people of Saltburn.
It is however, not all work and no play. With an active social section there are lots of opportunities to socialise and meet new people.
So where are we?
Saltburn nestles between the North Yorks Moors to the south and the shopping centre of Middlesbrough to the north. The surrounding rural villages offer the visitor a quiet and relaxing day out, in tranquil surroundings. The area has a wealth of historical interest, charm and character enhanced by many local attractions and events.
The Saltburn coastline is recognised as part of the 36 miles of Heritage Coast, crowned by dramatic headlands. The Heritage Coast south from Saltburn climbs high above smugglers' secret caves as it continues south towards Whitby. Rich in fossils, the sheer rock faces boast some of the finest formations in Britain, whilst providing shelter for native and migrant birds. In times past, these rock’s also concealed smuggled contraband, landed here by the expert seamen whose skills made them popular targets of the ‘pressgang’. Satlburn’s flat, sandy beach is protected by the 365ft headland of Huntcliff and provides one of the best surfing aspects on the eastern coastline.
Explore the website and see what we do. We're always looking for new members so if you're interested in joining us get in touch.
We meet on Wednesdays at 18.00((5th contact sec)) Dundas Street East
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