Redcar and Cleveland Council Urged To Protect Saltburn’s Sea Wall

by | Jul 11, 2023 | Saltburn News | 0 comments

The local council has been urged to do more with the Saltburn Wall and Slipway that is located on Saltburn beach, to the left of the pier and close to Saltburn Bank Climb.

A previous volunteer named David Pratt, who had spent a number of years trying to restore the historical stones said that the current state of the sea wall was a “national disgrace”.

David Pratt, said:

“I was incredibly upset when I visited it,” he said.

The state of the sea wall had seen a number of issues arise from 2020, and it will require a significant investment from the local council to renovate them.

Local volunteer, David Pratt has spent a number of hours researching the sea wall and the damaged padstones originally came from the world’s first steam-hauled public railway, at Brusselton bank.

<a href="https://saltburn.org.uk/author/chris-taylor/" target="_self">Chris Taylor</a>

Chris Taylor

Is one of the local website volunteers, who is a keen photographer and loves taking a stroll along the beach with his camera taking photos of the sunset.