Shop local at farmers market in Saltburn

Whitby's All Weather lifeboat leads a flotilla of boats commemorating the centenary of the Rohilla disaster

Whitby RNLI crew celebrated the centenary of one of the most dramatic rescues in history today, a flotilla of boats, led by the All Weather Lifeboat the George and Mary Webb, headed out to the wreck of the Rohilla off Saltwick Nab. RNLI crew and decendants of those who perished laid wreaths and had a short service out to sea.

1 November 2014
Whitby's All Weather lifeboat leads a flotilla of boats commemorating the centenary of the Rohilla disaster Whitby RNLI crew celebrated the centenary of one of the most dramatic rescues in history today, a flotilla of boats, led by the All Weather Lifeboat the George and Mary Webb, headed out to the wreck of the Rohilla off Saltwick Nab. RNLI crew and decendants of those who perished laid wreaths and had a short service out to sea. 1 November 2014
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Foodie fans can look forward to another busy day of good locally produced food, drink and art at Saltburn Farmers’ Market tomorrow.

A tasty mix of more than 35 stalls includes a wide range of sausages, meat and game, fresh fruit and veg, wild mushrooms, garden herbs and garlic, artisan bread, hand-made cheese, wines and locally brewed beers.

“But it’s more than just food,” says Market Manager Lorna Jackson.

“It’s the people behind the scenes who help bring the market to life and add to the special Saturday morning buzz around the town.”

Five people to look out for in Saltburn tomorrow are:

l Anna’s Tapas: Originally from Bilbao, now living in Guisborough, Anna Espinosa brings her own taste of Spain to Saltburn.

l Autumn Harvest Mushrooms: Adriano Baldi brings a range of wild mushrooms to the market.

l The Sawley Kitchen: Nicky Jaques always tempts the tastebuds with a stall packed with award-winning Yorkshire biscuits, shortbreads, retro tarts and meringues.

l Ox Close Traditional Fine Foods: Peter Allison brings a tasty range of wild venison, pheasant, rabbit and other seasonal game direct to the heart of town.

l Beez Neez Apiary: Alan Stonehouse and Jennifer Austin light up the market with a stall packed with honey from their busy bees in Malton.

The market is based near Saltburn Railway Station and is on from 9am-2pm.

Organised by Food First, the farmers’ market is a social enterprise of more than 20 locally-based food producers and retailers.