Marske-by-the-Sea is a village in the unitary authority of Redcar and Cleveland and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. It is located on the coast, between the seaside resorts of Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea, although it is not itself a seaside resort. Marske is in the civil parish of Saltburn, Marske and New Marske and comprises the wards of Longbeck (shared with New Marske) and St Germains. Marske is mentioned in the Domesday Book. St Germain's Church was consecrated by bishop Ægelric between 1042 and 1056. The Royal Flying Corps had a landing strip and schools in Marske. 'Captain' W. E. Johns, the author of the Biggles books, was based at Marske during part of the First World War, from April till August 1918. The Bristol M1C Monoplane, The Red Devil, was first flown from this RFC base. The RAF later administered a base here. After the Second World War the site of the aerodrome became an ICI depot and later a housing estate, The Landings, with roads named on an aeronautical theme: Avro Close, Blackburn Grove, De Havilland Drive – leading onto Vickers Lane–, Beardmore Avenue, Folland Drive, Wellington Close, Brabazon Drive, Halifax Close and Lysander Court.
About Our Village Hall
Managed by a small but dedicated group of volunteers since 1983 when they registered as the charity "Marske Centre Ltd", taking over from the local council (now Redcar & Cleveland Council), who had proposed the centre to be closed as they had found it not financially viable for them to continue. We provide facilities for a wide range of community-based activities, as well as live entertainment on Saturday nights presented by the centre in our function room... "The Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom". Featuring some of the best bands in Yorkshire, Durham and Northumberland as well as others from further afield. John Hullah Chairman
Badminton Age Group Times and Information Price Junior 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. £3.80 Senior 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. £3.80 Senior 3:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. £7.60 Please ring 01642 478006 or call in to the office to check the availability of the badminton court. We have shuttlecocks for sale and badminton racquets for hire. Block bookings are available in monthly blocks by paying in advance.
Bingo Marske leisure Centre provides bingo on a Thursday night starting at 7:00pm, Come along, bring a friend and enjoy the warm and friendly atmosphere, you never know you might win a bob or two! Under the lotteries act you must be 18 or over and be a member of the Leisure Centre to play Bingo here. Membership is £1.00 per person or for £6.00 you can become a social member and receive discounts on some live entertainment entrance fees and discounted bar prices. Membership is from the first of January until the 31st of December each year.to p
China Painting Limited places are available to learn the art and techniques of painting on china/porcelain. This is a happy friendly class, both beginners and experienced painters are welcome. This class is held on Tuesday evenings form 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Please telephone Jan on 01642 481842 for further details.
Playgroup Marske Community Parent & Toddler Group Our playgroup is a registered charity, which provides a range of play activities for children aged from birth to 4 years old. Here children can spend quality time with their parents/carers whilst enjoying a varied program of activities, which promote children’s personal, social, emotional, physical and intellectual development. The group has been running for more than 30 years. All staff have enhanced CRB checks. Staff members have undertaken pediatric first aid training and childcare training. As a charity we have a committee with parent membership which meets to discuss the running of the group, fundraising, trips and other relevant items. We have a baby group and two age appropriate groups for toddlers. BABY GROUP - Tuesdays 09:30 - 11:15 - Drop in session. At this session we have a range of toys from baby play mats and soft toys to more interactive role-play toys for older babies. Here babies can play in a safe environment and experience a variety of stimulating toys. Babies learn to mix with other children and at this group can move from baby toys to older toys and they grow and become more active. Parents can meet new friends and enjoy a chat together. TODDLER GROUPS - Wednesdays & Thursdays 09:30 - 11:30 - Booking Required. Age 18 month to pre-school. These sessions include water play, sand, role play, creativity table, play dough, painting and drawing, table top activities, slide, climbing and hiding boxes, construction, cars, dolls, books and group singing at the end of playing time. Craft and play activities are based around different themes each half term enabling children to share new experiences and develop new skills and knowledge. At the older toddler group some activities are further developed so they are suitable for their developmental level, for example we bake with the children. Children are encouraged to sit together in small groups as they learn to socialise, take turns and share. This develops concentration and confidence and helps to equip the children for their transition to school. For more information or to enquire about a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Pop-in RoomTimes and InformationPriceClub RoomTea or Coffee£0.50 Club Room Soup and a roll are served between 11:00am and 12:30pm£1.20 Club Room Meal and a sweet are served between 11:00am and 12:30pm£3.50Our weekly Pop-in was created to provide somewhere for more mature people to meet others in similar situations, widows-widowers, or lonely. We try to provide homemade meals and bakery which they probably wouldn't make for themselves, particularly the men. (There's nothing like a home cooked dinner). We are all volunteers and hold food health & safety certificates. The Pop-in is non-profit making, all surplus monies either help charities or subsidise events for regulars. We are always looking for volunteers who can spare a couple of hours on a Friday! Come along and enjoy our home made food and see what we do.
Moo Music Moo Music – Moosical fun for your little one! We sing! We moove! We play! We learn! We have fun! We love it! Moo Music offers music sessions for under 5’s that are fun, educational and very active! Delivered by a qualified Primary School teacher, each session takes you and your child on an imaginary journey using songs, music and movement. You’ll meet and grow to love our own special characters Maggie Moo, Ollie Oink, Henry Horse and Doris Duck. All the songs are unique to Moo Music and are written by a professional songwriter. Our interactive sessions will help your child to gain confidence and develop memory, language and coordination skills in an exciting and multi-sensory way. It’s a great way for both the adults and children to meet new friends. The sessions must be booked in advance as places are limited. Your first session is free then payable half termly. For more information contact Victoria: Phone: 07402719438.
Fitness Classes Thank you for your interest in fitness classes at Marske Leisure Centre; you’ve just taken the first step towards a healthier, fitter, more fantastic you! Everyday we see many new faces venture into our classes and each new face presents us with a new challenge. Most people come along to our classes because they have a goal they wish to achieve. That goal could be to lose weight; to tone up; improve fitness; get back into shape after pregnancy; to meet new friends, etc. Whatever your goal is, we’re confident that you will find what you are looking for here as our goal is to offer the best possible level of service and results to anyone who walks through our door. Please visit Jump Fitness Classes website to see full details of our classes - www.jumpfitnessclasses.co.uk We run lots of different types of classes therefore offering you the diversity required to maintain your interest, Regularly changing routines combined with our passion and enthusiasm for teaching eliminates the risk of you becoming bored. The classes we teach are the busiest in the area and we believe that this reflects the fact that the demand for quality fitness provision is enormous. Despite being individuals, undoubtedly we all have one common goal – we all want to improve the way we look, and this is the number one reason people attend our classes, so Good Luck and we hope to see you soon!!
Marske and Redcar School of Dance DayTimes and InformationPriceWednesday3:45 p.m. - 4:40 p.m. Ballet and Tap class for ages 3-5 year olds. £ Wednesday4:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. Ballet/tap and modern class for 5 - 8 year olds £ Wednesday5:45 p.m. - 7:00p.m. Ballet /tap and modern class for 9-12 year olds .£Marske leisure centre has been the base for Marske and Redcar school of dance for many years and is very proud to continue doing so. Children from the age of 3 years old can enjoy their first steps into the dance world with a class specially tailored for them that includes dance, singing and drama. BALLET; I have a firm belief that classical ballet is the foundation to all styles of dance. Strength, flexibility and Redcar school of Dance endurance in a non-competitive environment, will enhance your child’s progress in every style as a young dancer. Beginning ballet terminology is emphasised. It is telling a story through dance. Beauty, fluidity and movement are taught. TAP; This will encourage rhythm, beat, clarity of sound, speed, precision and technique are emphasised. Not forgetting the extreme fun had by all. MODERN / JAZZ; Flexibility, creativity, self expression, strength and technique is stressed. This is a modern discipline, where students can often relate to. With the help of funky music allowing the dancer to wiggle, jiggle and giggle!!!!!!! More Information All students have the opportunity to take examinations. Adult classes are also available. My dance experience started at the age of 5 years old following in the foot steps of my sister and led me into a career as a professional dancer in many theatres including the London Palladium and the Moulin Rouge in Paris and then this led into a career in teaching. Please give me a call or email and I will be happy to answer any questions you my have. Regards Kay Telephone; 07881823770 Email email@example.com
Line Dancing DayTimes and InformationPriceMonday7:15 p.m. until 9:15 p.m.£3.50 Tuesday1:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m£3.00 Wednesday7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.£3.50 Friday8:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.£3.00 MONDAY Monday nights is for intermediates, with UKA qualified instructors. TUESDAY Come line dancing with Alan & Joyce. An excellent way to get some exercise and socialise at the same time. We are both qualified dance teachers with I.D.T.A WEDNESDAY Wednesday's are for beginners and improvers with UKA qualified instructors. FRIDAY Line dance night with everyone welcome.
The White Rose Singers DayTimes and InformationPriceMonday1:15 p.m. until 3:15 p.m.£ The White Rose Singers are a ladies choir consisting of 40 members. Conductor: Caroline Scales Accompianist: For concert details please check out their website on the link below. Website: http://www.thewhiterosesingers.co.uk The White Rose Singers meet here at Marske Leisure Centre on Mondays from 1:15 - 3:15pm during school term time. We are a choir of 40 ladies, based in Marske, East Cleveland. Formed in 1987, we are affiliated to the Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association (YCA), however you do not have to be a YCA member in order to join our choir. Our founder and first Musical Director was Betty Ord. After Betty retired, Maureen Tanner took over, and in 2002 Caroline Scales became our current Musical Director. We perform all over the area, in all sorts of venues. We sing to help raise money for charities, for special events, weddings, and we put on our own concerts. Every Christmas we join with other YCA choirs in singing for the Annual YCA Christmas Service in York Minster. We practice in Marske Leisure Centre on Monday afternoons, from 1.15 to 3.15pm. Although we are full at the moment, potential new members are always welcome to come along to any practice, and if they like what they see and would like to join, we do ask that each member auditions – we try to make this experience as relaxed and friendly as possible! Successful singers will be put on our waiting list and will be able to join as soon as a place becomes vacant. Our repertoire is very varied, and our programmes reflect this. Audiences always say we have “something for everyone”. Songs old and new, classic and modern, music from the shows, sacred and secular, - we love variety!
How To Book The Facilities
Marske leisure centre hires rooms out to various organisations, charities and individuals for the purpose of bringing enjoyment, entertainment and recreation to the local community and the surrounding area.
Please Note All Prices Are Currently Under Review Clubroom Fee Weekdays (Monday - Friday) Hourly Rate £16.00 Block Bookings (10hrs a week or over 10 weeks) Hourly Rate £12.00 Weekend Hourly Rate £25.00 2 Hour Party £50.00 2 Hour Party Inc. Coffee Area £60.00 Concert Room Fee Hourly Rate (Monday - Friday Before 7PM) £20.00 Weekend 4 Hour Function With Bar (£100 Bond - Refund subject to T's & C's) FREE Block Bookings (10hrs a week or over 10 weeks) Hourly Rate £16.00 Sports Hall Fee Senior Badminton £8.00 Junior Badminton; early bird rate 09:00 to 16:00 £4.00 All other senior activities (over 16 years old) £20.00 All other junior activities £12.00 Green Room & Coffee Area Fee Hourly Rate £10.00 Block Bookings (10hrs a week or over 10 weeks) Hourly Rate £7.00 2 Hour Children's Party Fee Sports hall & Coffee Area £52.00 Sports hall & Clubroom £68.00
Address: The Marske Centre Limited 69-71 High Street Marske-by-the-sea Redcar TS11 6JL Phone: 01642 478006 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org