Christmas events

Redcar and Cleveland Visual Border

We have close to 50 events taking place in Redcar and Cleveland this Christmas – that’s a lot of reasons to get excited!

Christmas Lights Switch On and special events

There are Christmas Lights Switch On and special events taking place across Redcar and Cleveland –

  • New Marske Christmas Parade – 29 November, 5pm
  • Saltburn Christmas Event – 30 November, 5pm
  • Carlin How Christmas Lights Switch On – 1 December, 4-6pm
  • Guisborough Christmas Festival – 3 December, 4pm
  • Eston Christmas Market and entertainment – 5 December 12-6pm
  • Marske Christmas Festival, Santa Parade and Craft Fair – 5 December, 3pm; Lights Switch on 5:30pm
  • Redcar Christmas Lights Switch On – 7 December, 10am-6pm; Lights Switch On 5pm
  • 50th Redcar Redcar Boxing Day Dip – 26 December, 11am 

Carol Services

For a traditional Christmas, there are a selection of Carol services across Redcar and Cleveland. Including:

  • Loftus Town Mayor’s Civic Carol Service – 15 December, 6pm; St Leonard Church, Loftus
  • Guisborough Mayor’s Carol Service – 16 December, 7pm; St Nicholas Church, Guisborough 
  • Parish Council Community Carol Service – 19 December, 7pm; Emmanuel Church, Saltburn

For full details, please take a look at the Christmas Events guide, below.

Visit Father Christmas

Children have lots of opportunities to visit Father Christmas, when he appears in Redcar and Cleveland. He’ll be at –

  • North Shire, Liverton
  • Ormesby Hall
  • Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum
  • Kirkleatham Museum
  • Saltburn Cliff Tramway
  • Flatts Lane Country Park 

For timings and prices, please take a look at the Christmas Events guide, below.

Fairs and Markets

This is your chance to pick up some quirky and unique Christmas gifts. There’s lots of Christmas fairs and markets happening in Redcar and Cleveland. You’ll find them, coming up at:

  • Loftus
  • Kirkleatham Museum
  • Redcar, High Street
  • Redcar, Primrose Bell Market
  • Liverton Village Hall
  • Saltburn – Christmas Farmers Market

For more information, please check out the Christmas Events Guide, below. 

Festive Performances

We have a great selection of special Christmas performances in Redcar and Cleveland…oh no you don’t….oh yes we do! –

Aladdin – Family Christmas Panto

  • 1 December, 1:30pm – Loftus Club
  • 7 December, 1:30pm – The Whitehouse, Marske
  • 14 December, 2:30pm – Emmanuel Church Hall, Saltburn
  • 21 December, 2:30pm – Guisborough Methodist Church
  • 22 December, 1:30pm – St Andrews’s Parish Hall, Teesville  

A Very Vintage Christmas

14 December, 8pm – Tuned In!, Redcar

Jack and the Beanstalk

23 – 30 December – Coatham Memorial Hall, Redcar 

Christmas Events Guide

For full details on our Christmas events please click on the images below. This guide is available as hard copies in Council and other public buildings. To request a copy please email: enjoy@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

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