Search Events & Activities:
Redcar Parkrun

parkrunParkrun is a weekly 5km free timed run open to all ages and abilities. Register online at http://www.parkrun.org.uk and print your barcode before your first run.



Days: Sat
 

Colouring In: not just for the children

Colour InDrop in and help us complete our giant colouring-in sheet!

Colouring can lower anxiety, stabilise mood, increase attention span and serve as a sleep aid. By engaging multiple parts of the brain, colouring allows us to focus on the lines, movements, and colours in front of us, use our imaginations and be creative, and de-stress.



Date(s): Sat 23rd May 2015 - Sun 6th September 2015
 

Summer Sunday Market

Redcar MarketA summer themed market on Sundays in July and August. 5th,12th,19th,26th July 9th,16th,23rd,30th August



Date(s): Sun 5th July 2015 - Sun 30th August 2015
 

Golf Week

Whatever your handicap or level of experience, you will find a course to suit you. If you are keen to improve your game, all courses have a resident professional providing excellent tuition.

Date(s): Mon 6th July 2015 - Fri 10th July 2015
 

Talk Club - Saltburn goes to War by David Lester

WW1How the opening months of the First World War were seen at the time in the Saltburn Emmanuel Church Parish Magazines. How apprehension gave way to patriotic fervour, righteous anger, and inevitable tragedy. Along the way, there are villains, heroes and temperance and an increasingly desperate search for a silver lining.

Date(s): Tue 7th July 2015
 

Life Boat Day

LifeboatsRedcar's very own RNLI will host their annual charity day. come down to Redcar where the lifeboat will be brought up onto the high street for visitors to have chance to speak to some of the volunteers and learn more about this great service

Date(s): Sat 11th July 2015
 

Oddsocks’ presents ‘Much Ado about Nothing’

Odd SocksOddsocks’ Much Ado about Nothing is a high octane musical version of Shakespeare’s witty battle of the sexes featuring well-known UK hits from the best music decades. An open air performance so bring a chair, rug, picnic and dress for the weather. Time: Gates open at 6.30pm Tickets: £16.00 Adults, £8.00 Children, a joint ticket for both performances £25.00

Date(s): Thu 16th July 2015
 

Redcar Food Market

Food MarketA specialist market offering fresh meats, cooked meats, pies, cakes, jams, honey, pickle and hot and cold ready to eat foods



Date(s): Thu 16th July 2015 - Sun 19th July 2015
 

Oddsocks’ presents ‘Twelfth Night’

Odd SocksOddsocks’ 2015 production of Twelfth Night is a madcap musical treat with Shakespeare’s love stories intertwined with well-known British Chart hits to keep the blood pumping and the mood merry. An open air performance so bring a chair, rug, picnic and dress for the weather. Time: Gates open at 6.30pm Tickets: £16.00 Adults, £8.00 Children, a joint ticket for both performances £25.00

Date(s): Fri 17th July 2015
 

Lemon Top Relay

Lemon Top EventsA family fun relay event with different activities on Redcar beach near Dundas slipway, all teams must be a team of 4. To register a team of 4 please contact Nadine Miller on 01642 444 362

Date(s): Sat 18th July 2015
 

Redcar Rotary Club Event

Redcar Rotary ClubRedcar Rotary Club will be hosting an event to gather a range of Charities and organisations to hold stalls on Redcar High street for a chance to promote the wonderful things they do, raise money and have fun

Date(s): Sat 18th July 2015
 

Vintage and Antique Fair

Vintage AntiquesVariety of stalls selling vintage and antique clothing, books and bric a brac. Refreshments available and admission is free but donations towards the upkeep of the building are welcomed.



Date(s): Sat 18th July 2015
 

WW1 Exhibition - WW1 Embroidery

WW1 EmbroideryExhibition by Skelton History Group commemorating the fallen of the 4 Skelton villages. WWI EMBRIODERY: Guisborough Embroidery Guild display including embroidered WWI postcards

Date(s): Sat 18th July 2015 - Sun 26th July 2015
 

Remembrance Walk of the Great War

Remembrance WalkA member of the Friends of Redcar Cemetery will guide the walk around the old part of the cemetery recounting the stories of the Redcar men who were lost in the Great War. some uneven ground will be covered. The walk will be repeated at the same time on the 29.7.2015 booking is essential

Date(s): Sun 19th July 2015
 

WWI Songs and Poems

WWI Songs and Poems: With Saltburn Folk Club: An afternoon concert with music both from the time, and songs and poems written since.

Date(s): Sun 19th July 2015
 

WW1 Planes and Poppies – Making a Mark Activity

Poppy makingJoin in and make your own Bi plane or poppy, be a Biggles Pilot for the day. A Making a Mark Activity. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Date(s): Tue 21st July 2015
 

Zeppelin Air Raid

Make a zeppelin, dress as WWI child, and shelter in the mine during an air raid.

Date(s): Tue 21st July 2015
 

First World War Walk

WW1 walksFirst World War Walk: Heritage Health Walk with David Dance. Examine the impact of the First World War on Skinningrove Village whilst walking to keep healthy.

Date(s): Wed 22nd July 2015
 

Making a Mark Jamboree - ‘People Power’ – Who is your Hero?

Kirkleatham MuseumCome to Kirkleatham Museum to try taster activities for Making a Mark summer programmes that will be taking place in Museums across the Tees Valley. Prizes will be given for the best homemade hero costumes. Time: 10am – 3.30pm Competition judging: 2pm Cost: Free – Making a Mark Activity. Children must be accompanied by an adult

Date(s): Wed 22nd July 2015
 

Teddy Bears Picnic

Teddy Bears PicnicIf you come down to Kirkleatham Museum you will have a fun time. Bring along your teddy bear and packed lunches enjoy a relaxing day at Kirkleatham. Children must be accompanied by an adult

Date(s): Wed 22nd July 2015
 

WWI in Skinningrove

WWI in Skinningrove - David Dance (museum guide). An easy walk considering the impact of WWI on Skinningrove.

Date(s): Wed 22nd July 2015
 

Biggels and the Zeppelins

WalksBiggels and the Zeppelins Heritage Health Walk with Peter Appleton 2 hours. Meet at Redcar Stray Car Park, near Green Lane.

Date(s): Thu 23rd July 2015
 

WW1 in Skinningrove

WW1 SkinningroveWW1 in Skinningrove David Dance (museum guide). An easy walk considering the impact of WW1 on Skinningrove.

Date(s): Thu 23rd July 2015
 

WW1 Soldier or Nurse

WW1 NurseDesign and dress a WW1 soldier or nurse and visit the WW1 exhibition.



Date(s): Thu 23rd July 2015
 

WWI Explore your own story

WWI explore your own story: Explore WWI through stories and activities. What would be your story?

Date(s): Fri 24th July 2015
 

Kirkleatham Museum Model Show

ModelModel boats, trains, mechano, plastic kit models.



Date(s): Sat 25th July 2015 - Sun 26th July 2015
 

Street Party on the Patio!

Street PartyJoin our WWI style street party marking the end of our WWI event. Be prepared to sing and dance!



Date(s): Sun 26th July 2015
 

The First World War in Skinningrove Talk

First WWThe First World War in Skinningrove Talk by David Dance. Examine the impact of the First World War in Skinningrove village.

Date(s): Sun 26th July 2015
 

Castles and Dragons – Making a Mark Activity

Make a Knight with moving joints so he can guard the castle, and visit the Castle exhibition. Cost: FREE – Making a Mark Activity. Children must be accompanied by an adult

Date(s): Tue 28th July 2015
 

Skinningrove zig-zag railway

RailwaySkinningrove zig-zag railway Cleveland Model Railway Club. Investigate this unique industrial feature (steep steps)



Date(s): Wed 29th July 2015
 

Teddy Bears Picnic

Teddy Bears PicnicIf you come down to Kirkleatham Museum you will have a fun time. Bring along your teddy bear and packed lunches enjoy a relaxing day at Kirkleatham. Children must be accompanied by an adultIf you come down to Kirkleatham Museum you will have a fun time. Bring along your teddy bear and packed lunches enjoy a relaxing day at Kirkleatham.

Date(s): Wed 29th July 2015
 

Castles and Dragons

CastleColour and create your own medieval window illumination.



Date(s): Thu 30th July 2015
 

Cleveland Model Railway Show

12+ Model Railway Layouts. Various Modelling Displays and Demonstrations. Several Trade Stands. Refreshments available.

Date(s): Sat 1st August 2015 - Sun 2nd August 2015
 

Yorkshire Day

Yorkshire DayCelebrate Yorkshire Day in Redcar with family entertainment, Yorkshire themed market and lots more. this year the Yorkshire Declaration of integrity will be read out at 11:39am

Date(s): Sat 1st August 2015
 

Countryside Crafts

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Date(s): Mon 3rd August 2015
 

Castles and Dragons

CastleColour and create your own medieval window illumination.

Design and make your own Dragon Time: 10am – 3.30pm Cost: FREE – Making a Mark Activity Children must be accompanied by an adult


Date(s): Tue 4th August 2015
 

Rockpooling

Rock PoolRockpooling Graham Banwell (naturalist). Walk down to the seashore to search for fantastic creatures in the rockpools. (includes crossing sand and rocky shore)

Date(s): Tue 4th August 2015
 

A Midsummers Night's Dream

A bicycle-powered, fast paced performance of Shakesspear's fairy-filled frolic, performed by a troupe of cycling players on a 1500 mile tour of the UK

Date(s): Wed 5th August 2015
 

Teddy Bears Picnic

Teddy Bears PicnicIf you come down to Kirkleatham Museum you will have a fun time. Bring along your teddy bear and packed lunches enjoy a relaxing day at Kirkleatham.

Date(s): Wed 5th August 2015
 

Castles and Dragons

Castle Children must be accompanied by an adultMake and design a King, Queen or Princess hat and visit the Castle Exhibition.



Date(s): Thu 6th August 2015
 

Countryside Crafts

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Date(s): Mon 10th August 2015
 

Castles and Dragons Crafts theme

Design a Castle fit for a king or Queen Time: 10am – 3.30pm Cost: FREE – Making a Mark Activity Children must be accompanied by an adult

Date(s): Tue 11th August 2015
 

Explore with Charles Darwin

Explore with Charles Darwin. Go in search of insects with the great Victorian naturalist

Date(s): Tue 11th August 2015
 

Fossil Hunt & Fossil Roadshow

11.00 - 12.00 Fossil Hunt on Skinningrove beach. 13.00 - 16.00 Fossil Roadshow North East Yorks Geology Trust. Bring your own fossils for identification.

Date(s): Tue 11th August 2015
 

Mini-beasting

Use nets and pots to carefully catch and observe mini-beasts with expert help.

Date(s): Tue 11th August 2015
 

Redcar Family Fun Fair

Come and see the fun of the fair- the high street transforms into a fairground for a week. rides supplied by W Crow& Son

Date(s): Tue 11th August 2015 - Sun 16th August 2015
 

Robert Louis Stevenson's - Treasure Island

Hilarious open-air theatre with added pirates!

Date(s): Tue 11th August 2015
 

Teddy Bears Picnic

Teddy Bears PicnicIf you come down to Kirkleatham Museum you will have a fun time. Bring along your teddy bear and packed lunches enjoy a relaxing day at Kirkleatham.

Date(s): Wed 12th August 2015
 

Castles and Dragons

Make and design your own Knights sword / helmet and rescue a damsel in distress

Date(s): Thu 13th August 2015
 

August Summer Shopping Fayre

Join us for our August shopping event. The memorial hall will be packed full of stall holders selling a variety of summer gifts which cannot be found on the high street!

Date(s): Sat 15th August 2015
 

Countryside Crafts



Date(s): Mon 17th August 2015
 

Fossil Hunt

Fossil Hunt on Skinningrove Beach. Fossil Roadshow Northeast Yorks Geology Trust. Bring your own fossils for identification.

Date(s): Tue 18th August 2015
 

N E Yorkshire Geology Trust: Fossil Roadshow & Dinosaurs

N E Yorkshire Geology Trust: Fossil Roadshow & Dinosaurs. Bring along your own fossils to be identified and create your won dinosaur

Date(s): Tue 18th August 2015
 

Cleveland Street

Cleveland Street Ian Wilson (museum guide). 2.5 mile walk taking in spectacular coastal views and mining sites. Meet at St Helen's Church, Carlin How

Date(s): Wed 19th August 2015
 

Countryside Crafts



Date(s): Mon 24th August 2015
 

Pirate Day

Get crafty with pirate hats, explore a treasure trail & get swishing with pirate training.

Date(s): Tue 25th August 2015
 

Cattersty Dunes

Cattersty Dunes David Dance (museum guide). Explore these wonderful dunes for birds and plants. Meet at St Helen's Church, Carlin How. (short, steep slope and sand)

Date(s): Wed 26th August 2015
 

Mr Stink

Heartbreak productions presents the story by David Walliams, adapted by David Kerby-Kendall On a perfectly average afternoon, two restless souls unite on a bench in an average English town – one of them the lonely 12 year old Chloe and the other an incredibly smelly homeless man. Oh, and let’s not forget his loyal dog, the Duchess.

Date(s): Wed 26th August 2015
 

Redcar Rotary Club Event

Redcar Rotary ClubRedcar Rotary Club will be hosting an event to gather a range of Charities and organisations to hold stalls on Redcar High street for a chance to promote the wonderful things they do, raise money and have fun

Date(s): Sat 29th August 2015
 

Countryside Crafts



Date(s): Mon 31st August 2015
 

Talk Club - Sir William Turner and his Schools by Peter Chester

The generosity and foresight of Sir William Turner led to the creation of a succession of schools in the Redcar area, from the 17th century to the present day. This illustrated talk offers a whistle-stop look at those schools, with a particular emphasis on the period on the boys' schools of 1868-1975.

Date(s): Tue 1st September 2015
 

Kirkleatham Guided Walks

KirkleathamKirkleatham in a Landscaped Park with Stewart Ramsdale: Tees Heritage Trust. All walks will commence at Kirkleatham Museum and will last 1.5 hours. Time: 1.00pm Cost: £1.00 per person

Date(s): Sun 6th September 2015
 

Cleveland Model Railway Club - Open Day

Come to the Cleveland MRC Open Day at the Clubhouse in Skelton. Various Club layouts to view, both running and under construction, including Thomas the Tank Engine. Various displays and demonstrations. Refreshments available.

Date(s): Sat 26th September 2015
 

Kirkleatham Guided Walks

KirkleathamKirkleatham in a Landscaped Park with Stewart Ramsdale: Tees Heritage Trust. All walks will commence at Kirkleatham Museum and will last 1.5 hours. Time: 1.00pm Cost: £1.00 per personKirkleatham during Two World Wars with Stuart Macmillan. All walks will commence at Kirkleatham Museum and will last 1.5 hours. Time: 1.00pm Cost: £1.00 per person

Date(s): Sun 4th October 2015
 

Talk Club - Story of a Railway: Building the Whitby to Pickering line Bryan Clare

In the early 19th Century the Commercial interests of Whitby faced an uncertain future, partly due to the emerging transport revolution. How could Whitby take advantage of the exciting new possibilities on offer? The prospect seemed very inviting.

Date(s): Tue 6th October 2015
 

Countryside Crafts

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Date(s): Mon 26th October 2015
 

Sea Monster Masks

Design a sea monster mask to scare the Beauties in the Beach in our exhibition. Time: 10am – 3.30pm Cost: Free – Making a Mark Activity Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Date(s): Tue 27th October 2015
 

Giant Sea Monster Puppets

Make and decorate a sea monster puppet to celebrate Halloween with our Beauty and the Beach Exhibition.

Date(s): Thu 29th October 2015
 

Halloween Market

Redcar Town Market with a Halloween Theme and Children's Entertainment

Date(s): Fri 30th October 2015
 

Kirkleatham Guided Walks

KirkleathamKirkleatham in a Landscaped Park with Stewart Ramsdale: Tees Heritage Trust. All walks will commence at Kirkleatham Museum and will last 1.5 hours. Time: 1.00pm Cost: £1.00 per personKirkleatham during Two World Wars with Stuart Macmillan. All walks will commence at Kirkleatham Museum and will last 1.5 hours. Time: 1.00pm Cost: £1.00 per personEarly History and Archaeology around Kirkleatham with Dr. Stephen J Sherlock, Archaeologist All walks will commence at Kirkleatham Museum and will last 1.5 hours. Time: 1.00pm Cost: £1.00 per person

Date(s): Sun 1st November 2015
 

Talk Club - North Ormesby Hospital by Ron Smith

The true meaning of the name ‘hospital’ is a place that offers hospitality. When in 1858 the ladies from Coatham opened their house in Middlesbrough for the sick and injured they couldn’t call it an infirmary because they had no medical training. They called it a hospital and that name has come to mean a place of healing and care.

Date(s): Tue 3rd November 2015
 

Christmas Log Cabins

Visit Santa and Grab a Christmas Bargain

Date(s): Thu 26th November 2015 - Sun 20th December 2015
 

Redcar Christmas Light Swtcih On

From 4pm the stage will be filled with entertainment from all corners of the borough. 100% home grown- talent liver entertainment from local choirs, school children, young performers, along with a very special guest Father Christmas. Through out the day Santa's Sea Side Grotto will be open in front of the main Christmas tree on the High street along with Christmas Log Cabins and a selection of market stalls. 9am- 7pm

Date(s): Thu 26th November 2015
 

Talk Club – Call My Bluff! (The word game in which everyone is an expert) by Peter Sotheran

Call my Bluff was a popular television panel game. Obscure words are given a mixture of true and 'bluff' definitions. The game is for the panellists and the audience to sort the wheat from the chaff and to spot the true meaning. A game in which everyone is an expert!

Date(s): Tue 1st December 2015
 

Redcar Town FC Saturday Afternoon Fun Club

Saturday Afternoon fun Club for Boys & Girls, Age 4-11years old. Football Fun and trainning.

Days: Sat
 

Redcar town market

Redcar Town Market - Open event Friday, with a variety of stalls from fresh free range eggs to pet supplies to childrens clothing there is something for everyone! Traders Please Call:- 07938190062

Days: Fri
 



Todays Tides
01:18 - Low Tide (1.00m)
07:15 - High Tide (5.50m)
13:49 - Low Tide (0.60m)
19:58 - High Tide (5.20m)

Download Tide Times
Bookmark and Share
Last updated:
05/03/2015

Assigned review date:
04/03/2016

Page Section:
Visit
Events

Footer images
Resident Business The Council Visit Jobs #skip_navigation News A to Z Access Keys Homepage What's New Site Map FAQs Help Complaints Terms & Conditions Contact Us Search