Join in the celebrations as Saltburn’s much-loved pier reaches the grand old age of 150!
The day will finish with a fireworks finale and new pier lighting switch on from 9.45pm
A free park and ride service will be available from Hob Hill Car Park to Station Square from 9am till 8pm.
Please see below the days programme of events and activities –
Town Centre Activities
|9am – 3pm||Farmers Market||Station Square|
|10am – 12pm||Coffee Morning||Methodist Church Hall|
|10am – 4pm||Table Top Sale||Emmanuel Church Hall|
|10am – 4pm||Antiques Market||The SPA Hotel|
|10am – 5pm||Print Workshops||Town Centre|
|10am – 5pm||Pier Artwork||Saltburn Station Gallery|
|10am – 5pm||Creative Workshops||Town Centre|
|10am – 5pm||Shop Window Displays||Town Centre|
|10am – 8pm||Craft Fair||Methodist Church Hall 1st Floor|
|11.45 – 12.50pm||The Yorkshire Surprise Peal will be rung at Emmanuel Church|
|Throughout the day Punch & Judy shows and Roving Musicians playing Sea Shanties|
Pier and Beach Programme
|10am – 6pm||Vintage Motor Cycles on the seafront|
|12pm onwards||Face Painting and Balloon Modelling – Pier Amusements|
|Hoop and Stick Sports|
|Terry Dickenson on the Accordion|
|12.45 – 1.30pm||“150” Girl Guides|
|Marske Brass Band|
|1.50pm||Victorian Photograph shoot & Official Pier Opening Ceremony|
|1.30am – 12.00pm||Easington Tappers|
|12.15 – 12.45pm||Amelia Durdy on Flute|
|2 – 2.30pm||End of Pier Show (session 1)|
|2.40 – 3.20pm||Marske Brass Band|
|3.30 – 4.10pm||Ukelele Group|
|4.20 – 4.50pm||End of Pier Show (session 2)|
|5 – 5.30pm||Easington Tappers|
|9.45pm||GRAND FINALE Fireworks & New Pier Lighting Switch On|
Throughout the month of May a Timeline of Saltburn Pier will be exhibited at Saltburn Library and don’t forget to cast your eyes on the impressive knitting on the pier ‘150 squares’ a tribute wall hanging by the creative and talented community of Saltburn.
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