A summer of fun with a variety of sporting activities on offer around the grounds. Challenge one another to a game of tennis, badminton, table tennis or football and more. New for 2019 - a mini golf course Normal admission applies to access the grounds where the sports activities are. National trust members and under 5s are freFind out more »
This summer, Teesside Hospice will transform Saltburn Pier into a floating garden, adorned by beautiful, hand-crafted sunflowers, each symbolising the celebration of life. With a beautiful Memory Wall at its heart featuring the names of lost loved ones, this garden will provide a place of reflection and remembrance. For more information or to make a donation visit https://www.teessidehospice.org/events/sunflower-memory-wall/detailFind out more »
Come and see a host of straw creations throughout East Cleveland this summer as the Scarecrow Festival returns. The scarecrow festival provides low cost fun days out for the whole family, with activities for children, reasonably priced refreshments and lots of laughter and enjoyment for everyone. They also bring communities together as they have fun planning and working together to create scarecrows. Date(s) Location and Theme 3 August for the weekend Liverton Village, with a 'Calling all Wizards' theme 3-10…Find out more »
We all know that the school holidays can be a tricky time for parents everywhere. Balancing work and life commitments with those of your children is an immensely tricky task, and one that Everyone Active wants to help you with, thanks to our Active Kids Holiday Camps. Our leisure centres offer a huge variety of activities from sports to arts and crafts in their holiday camps. These are all run by qualified instructors who know how to keep children of…Find out more »
Summer is a time for excitement and a little mystery in the Palace Arts Gallery. The show features paintings, drawings, ceramics, photography and textiles. Expect to be surprised. Open Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday 10am - 4pm and Sunday 12noon - 4pmFind out more »
This exhibition by David Owen will run from the 12th to 25th August. Open Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday 10am – 4pm and Sunday 12noon – 4pmFind out more »
Bring your teddy bear to the museum for a walk in the woods, some fun activities and, of course, bring your picnic and blanket. £4 per child which includes a free teddy. Booking not essential.Find out more »
The day will consist of entertainment, activities and workshops that will interest and engage with all ages. You can expect to see music and dance performances from our very talented local youth who have been working hard participating in the workshops Tuned In! have been running throughout the summer holidays. There will be performances from The Lipsticks, Redcar Phoenix Community Juvenile Marching Band and The Jovial Pierrot Troupe. Kirkleatham Owl Centre will be bringing along some of their magnificent birds…Find out more »
Follow the Treasure map to find shipwreck cove and silvers fort in the garden and collect your stamps along the way. Inside see the large pirate ship made by artist Bev Smith from cardboard and find the messages in bottles to find Jim Hawkins. Normal admission applies to access the event, with National trust members and under 5s freeFind out more »
The Alex Fawcett Band performs live at The Cleveland Hotel, Redcar.Find out more »
Are you ready to party like it's the 1990's? This 90s event will have the very best local indie rock bands vs classic house DJ taking songs from the 90's soundtracks to a whole new level. The event will include: Two bands and two vinyl DJ's playing Indie/ Rock and house classics from the soundtracks from the 1990s; The Madchester Anthems 90's Indie set; The Dunes brand new 90's indie/rock set; Black Slab Social Club indie vinyl set; Karl 'Goodo' Goodison,…Find out more »
For 1 night only Gypsy Rover hosts a range of classic tunes from the 60s, 70s & 80s and from rock pop to blues & country.Find out more »
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