The Trustees of SCAA have been working hard to secure grant funding to support our staff, maintain our wonderful arts and crafts building, upgrade our equipment and prepare for opening as soon as possible.
Saltburn Community & Arts Association has been awarded £50,000 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, and ensure we have a sustainable future.
Huge thanks to all our supporters, members, the trustees and staff.
This new award adds to our previous support from
Arts Council England, Film Hub North &
The Garfield Weston Foundation
Redcar & Cleveland Council, our Local Councillors Award, and the Parish Council have also supported us
News of our progress will be on the website so keep popping back for updates!
The health and safety of our staff, volunteers, visitors, artists and performers is our primary concern and therefore it is with regret that we feel that both the Community Hall and the Theatre will remain closed until current renovation works are addressed.
We are also keen to manage our Annual General Meeting before we reopen. This meeting is planned for the 5th October 2020. More information about this meeting will be published closer to the date.
We will be constantly keeping the situation under review and are doing our best to reopen the Centre as soon as it is deemed safe to do so.
During this period, it is critical that we still continue to support our staff; SC&AA’s members and volunteers; the performing artists; and our creative partners. As a self-financing commercial charity it is critical that we act with probity during what is going to be a difficult period for ourselves and other similar Arts venues.
As you will appreciate, events are largely beyond the control of SC&AA but we will keep our members and our audience informed of any decisions that are made in the days and weeks ahead. Please check our website for the most up-to-date information.
Many thanks for your understanding and your past and future support. We very much appreciate your patience in this unprecedented situation and, like you, hope that the Centre will survive and be a healthier and more robust institution as a result.
Take care, keep safe and look after yourselves.