Skelton & Brotton Parish Council Queen’s Birthday Senior Citizen’s Afternoon Tea
Skelton and Brotton Parish Council once again held a Senior Citizens Afternoon Tea Party on Tuesday 20 June 2017.
As usual there was a good attendance by local residents, with high tea catered by Julie Green, from Julie’s Bake ‘n’ Butty.
Entertainment was provided by Councillor Mrs Kay Walker, Mildred Baker and Roz Walker. There was also a rather unusual rendition of ‘Save Your Love’ by Councillor Mrs Kay Walker and Roz Walker.
£76.96 was collected in donations for the Chair’s Charities, Zoe’s Place and The Earthbeat Centre.
Chair of Skelton and Brotton Parish Council, Councillor Angus McDonald thanked everyone for attending, the Parish Council Staff for taking care of the guests, and thanked the Entertainment Party for making the event so enjoyable.
Guests were reminded that the next Parish Council events were the Summer Pantomimes, open to all ages.
Skelton and Brotton Parish Council Supports East Cleveland Youth Olympics
Skelton and Brotton Parish Council were once again delighted to be working with Sports Co-ordinator Ailsa Bell, and the Freebrough Academy Sports Leaders when they supported the East Cleveland Youth Olympics, held at St Peter’s C of E Primary School in Brotton on Tuesday 11 July 2017.
The weather misbehaved, with rain getting heavier throughout the day, but this didn’t deter the young athletes, who carried on regardless.
The Parish Council’s famous ‘goody’ bags with drinks, healthy snacks and treats were once again well received by the children and some of the staff!
Skelton & Brotton Parish Council Annual Produce Show is scheduled for Saturday 26 August 2017
Skelton & Brotton Parish Council are delighted to announce the provision of Free Fitness Sessions for Children aged 5 to 11 who are residents of Skelton & Brotton Parish.
Skelton and Brotton Parish Council would like to thank the local businesses, Village/Community Halls and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council for agreeing to participate in their Community Defibrillator Project.
The Council took over responsibility for the management of the Civic Hall from the Borough Council. The Hall is available for hire and is ideal for commercial use, meetings, conferences, weddings, discos, rehearsals, bands, shows etc. The facility is very popular for children's parties.
As a Parish Councillor you have the opportunity to be involved in decisions which affect day to day life in the community, supporting local groups and organisations, managing allotments and play areas, commenting on planning applications as well as many other issues.