Zetland FM Local News - 29th June 2017
Saltburn's new beach huts are set to open to the public for the first time this Saturday;
The council are asking the public to nominate people who have made a difference to the community;
...and arrangements for this year's Festival of Thrift at Kirkleatham Museum are now underway.
Saltburn's new beach huts are set to open to the public for the first time this Saturday.
They open for general public hire at the same time as the cliff's tramway extends its operating hours.
It will open from half ten in the morning until six o'clock.
To celebrate Redcar and Cleveland Council is hosting activities over the weekend, including sandcastle competitions, a classic car display and circus skills workshops
The council are asking the public to nominate people who have made a difference to the community.
There are two awards up for grabs.
The Making a Difference Award is open to any person or team who is doing outstanding work.
The Geoff Waterfield memorial trophy is for local apprentices who are passionate to learn more and achieve high.
Nominations can be made on the council's wesbite by July 7.
Arrangements for this year's Festival of Thrift at Kirkleatham Museum are now underway.
The theme for the fifth annual event focuses on growing and the power of nature.
Visitors can learn how to live sustainably by getting creative while saving money and saving the environment.
New highlights for 2017 include a mystery tour in a converted double decker bus, ideas for creating thrifty ceremonies and the chance to become a citizen of Cardboardia.
The event takes place on September 23 and 24 at Kirkleatham Museum.