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10 May 2019 – ‘Enjoy’ event, The Spa Hotel, Saltburn

Redcar and Cleveland Visual Border

The ‘Enjoy’ themed event took place at The Spa Hotel in a sunny Saltburn.

  

This event was all about enjoying our landscapes and having fun in our beautiful place – outlining the huge benefits that we can get from tourism. The Agenda was as follows:

AGENDA

  1. Breakfast and networking
  2. Welcome, introductions and context of the event – Frans Calje, Chair of Redcar | Cleveland Place Board
  3. Events in Redcar and Cleveland – Lesley Strickland, Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council
  4. ‘Surfing Saltburn’ – Simon Palmer
  5. Enjoy Tees Valley – Gemma Rio, Tees Valley Combined Authority
  6. Closing remarks and questions – Frans Calje

Following the main event, a guided ride on the Saltburn Cliff Tramway took place, led by Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council staff.

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

Images by Dave Charnley Photography.

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