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Cafe is Open for Business

Back row, L to R: Tammy Guy-Jobson, Margaret Guy-Jobson and Peter Neal.

So after the success of the 1st Saltburn Arts Fair we had so many kind comments about the cafe we’ve decided to open it every weekend form 10am to 4pm for the duration of the summer holidays.

If you haven’t been to the school before, the cafe is at the heart of the building and can be accessed either through the front doors on Marske Road or down the steps from Marske Mill Lane through the playground.

What we serve

To Eat

A selection of home made cakes and biscuits are made every week, varying from £1 to £3.

To Drink

Yorkshire Tea £1
Fairtrade Filter Coffee £1
Various Squashes 50p

We’re child friendly

The cafe is a great place to take the kids. In the adjacent room, which is well on it’s way to becoming the Saltburn Reading Room, we have decided for the duration of the summer to leave up Christine Walkers’ engagement piece of art where children are invited to draw on the walls and floor with chalk. Read more about Christine’s work here.

We also have seating outside in the old playground, which is a sun trap, where you can enjoy a cuppa whilst your children play the old games painted onto the playground including some we don’t even know the name of (so if you do please tell)!


We’d like to thank Tammy Guy-Jobson one of our volunteers for agreeing to run the cafe over the summer weekends. Go Tammy!

  • Shasta

    This looks amazing!! What a great idea!
    I’m in America & would love to see more pictures of your cafe, please?
    Thank you,

  • Teaching Hands

    looks great, I can’t wait to come down and have a look