“Never be too busy to meet someone new.”


Every one of us love to socialise in one form of another, be it partying with colleague’s, friends, or family, going to a hobby group, a place of worship, volunteering or just relaxing in the local pub for a drink.  And there are reasons behind why you should!:

It’s great for your mental Health

Can lift your confidence and self-esteem

Increase your quality of life

Can reduce and help control your blood pressure

Reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s 

Boost immunity and other physical health benefits

Increases your brain health 

Promotes purpose.

So get out and socialise(when possible)!  Take a look at some options below to get you started.

Freemasonry in Saltburn

Freemasonry means different things to each of those who join. For some, it’s about making new friends. For others it’s about charity. We do both.

There are 3 Lodges in Saltburn, Hazelgrove, Handyside, and Huntcliff under one roof on Marine Parade, who raise funds throughout the year for worthy causes.

For more information on Freemasonry you can go to one of their local Facebook pages or go to the main Freemasonry website below.

Saltburn Community Response

A place for community members to help and support each other with collecting shopping, providing help and support, getting involved in activities and supporting each other.
People from all around town post lots of helpful information, lost or missing pets, or even just offering a chat. It is a wonderful local site which has helped a lot in recent times.


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Craftaloon Event Hire

Upcoming Wedding, Birthday party, Christening or corporate event in Saltburn or surrounding areas? Here at Craftaloon Event Hire We’ve got you covered:

 Photo booth hire (choice from 9 backdrops)

 Popcorn, Candy floss, Chocolate fountain, 6ft Doughnut, Treat or Prosecco walls, Rustic Light up LOVE letters, cheese carts and candy cart and so much more !!

Click a button below to go and follow us on Facebook, check out our website, and contact us!



Ee By Drum

Drumming Group based in Cleveland & North Yorkshire. We now meet in Saltburn.
Ee By Drum are an eclectic mix of groovy folk from the North East of England who regularly meet to beat their drums and shake their percussion. They have been seen performing on Saltburn Beach, at local charity events and at social and cultural gatherings of all shapes and sizes. Remarkable for their unique and colourful blend of rhythmic workshop, performance and improvisation.
Their Facebook group is open to members & supporters which you can find by clicking below.


Not only are church’s places of worship. They are also community hubs, where people meet and connect, make friends, and take part in the many activities they put on throughout the year.

With dance classes, table top sales, and tombola’s taking place to name a few activities, there is always something to do.

Circumstances have been a little different as of late so always check up to be sure any events are still taking place.

You can find the churches in town at the following locations:

Saltburn Methodist Church, Milton St, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1EW

Emmanuel Church,  Windsor Road, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1LE

Saltburn Evangelical Church,  2 Leven St,  TS12 1JY

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church,  Milton St, TS12 1EW

Saltburn Methodist Church

Table Top/ Car Boot Sale

There are several table top sales going on in town throughout the year. One is in the centre of town each Sunday, weather permitting. If you would like to book a table give Susan Duck a ring on 07712 582219.

There is also one held at the Community Theatre hall and the building in the grounds of Emmanuel Church which are on Windsor Road .

There are also tombolla’s held in the Methodist Church on Milton Street. Check each place for dates and times.

Saltburn Miniature Railway

Join the many passengers who climb aboard one of the several beautiful engines that travel the miniature railway.

Enjoy the views and feel the great atmosphere as you journey through the tree filled valley. Seeing all the sights along the way as you are transported to the end of the line and back again. 

An unforgettable experience that all should try. Get yourselves there.

For running times and prices see their Facebook or website.

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Meet family or friends in one of the many great drinking establishments in town.

The Queen Hotel Private Club, known locally as the Swing Doors is a great place in the centre of town to sit back and enjoy good company with a nice cold drink.

Or the Alexandra Vaults, known by many as The Back Alex. Loved by locals and tourists alike, you won’t be disappointed .

Just some of the many wonderful places to enjoy a safe drink and good company.

Saltburn Beachwatch

Join the beachwatch team on one of their many cleaning days. They are a local community organisation that started in 1996. They carriy out seasonal litter picks and surveys, forwarding the data to the Marine Conservation Society. This helps them to protect our sea’s, shores, and the many species of marine wildlife that live there. Take a look at their Facebook page for dates, times, and more information regarding meet-ups.

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Festival of Thrift

Hop on the train to Kirkleatham, Redcar and visit  The Festival of Thrift.

It is a FREE fun celebration of everyday living with upcycling, recycling & finding the sassiness in sustainable living! Parking is £5 per car.

For more info on dates visit their Facebook page. Hope to see you there!

Busy Fingers Craft Club

Busy Fingers are a craft club based in Saltburn, for people who like making hand made crafts.
It’s also for people to knit and natter with a cup of coffee or tea.
The group  meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at 1-30pm at Saltburn Community Centre.
Best to check their Facebook, call 07789123722, or Email them to be sure of dates and meeting place.
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Walk N Talk for mental health

A male only group focusing on helping people with mental health issues in a non-judgemental and confidential environment.

If this is something that interests you, join their private group on Facebook for meet ups and all other info.

Saltburn Rotary Club

Founded in 1926, the Club is an established fixture of the community and is involved in many projects throughout the town. Rotary Club members not only embark on fundraising enterprises but give their time to enhance community projects and ensure as many opportunities as possible to the people of Saltburn.
It is however, not all work and no play. With an active social section there are lots of opportunities to socialise and meet new people.
Credit: Saltburn Rotary Club
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