Egglescliffe Area Residents’ Association invite you to attend a Cash tribute event, on Saturday 21st September 2019. This event, which pays tribute to the musical attributes of Johnny Cash, is taking place at Egglescliffe Parish Hall, Butts Lane Egglescliffe, from 7.30pm. Tickets for this event cost £13.00 per person and will be distributed on a first come first served basis.

As with all our previous successful events, we ask that you bring along your own drinks and nibbles, as this keeps down the cost. Persons wanting to attend this sought after event can buy tickets at:

We expect tickets to sell very quickly and will be limited to a maximum of 90 persons on the night. All profits from this event will go towards making a difference to our community by ensuring we can undertake specific worthwhile projects.

Please come along and support this fabulous event

On Thursday 18th July 2019, Egglescliffe School are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. The event is from 6.30pm until 8.30pm and is headed by Professor Southwood from the UK Space Agency. It features live Skype interviews with the Apollo 11 BBC’s chief reporter James Burke and Buzz Aldrin’s son (Dr Andy Aldrin),live from Florida, the US space state.

The event is free, with a few tickets set aside for the local community to attend. These tickets can be booked online through

Please come along and support your local school at this once in a lifetime event.

The launch of Apollo 11

Egglescliffe Renovation Group invite you to attend an evening of acoustic blues and rock and roll music at Egglescliffe Parish Hall. This event is being held on Saturday 25th May 2019, to raise funds which will go towards the upgrade and renovation of Egglescliffe Parish Hall.

Memphis Suns are inspired by the Sun recordings of Johnny Cash and early Elvis Presley, the blues of T-Bone Walker and Big Bill Broonzy, through to the contemporary country music of Lyle Lovett and Union Station. Memphis Suns — Richard Young (vocals), Jim Macara and Ceri Payne (guitars) — create a stripped-down acoustic journey that starts with music created over half a century ago in the studios at 706 Union Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee, and prove it’s still very much alive and kicking today!

Tickets for this event cost £10 per person and, in order to keep costs as low as possible, we ask that you bring you own drinks for the evening.

Like previous Memphis Suns events, we expect a high demand for tickets, so please get in early to avoid being disappointed. To reserve tickets for this event please see contact details on the attached poster.

Egglescliffe Area Residents’ Association (EARA) have organised a meeting with the Tees Valley Mayor, Ben Houchen, to allow residents to hear his vision for the future for the Tees Valley, and to ask questions of him.

We expect tickets for this event to go very quickly so if you would like to have your say, do not delay! Email EARA at to register your desire to attend and we will confirm your attendance.

The next meeting of Egglescliffe Local History Group will be on Thursday March 21st, when Dr Frances McIntosh, Curator of Hadrian’s Wall and the North East,  will speak on ‘John Clayton – the Man who saved Hadrian’s Wall. This meeting will take place at 7.30 pm in St John’s Church, Butts Lane, admission £2 

PLEASE NOTE: This is a change to our published programme as Linda Polley is not available to deliver her talk on the Cleveland Book Hawking Society, and Frances McIntosh, who was due to speak to us on 11th April, has kindly agreed to a change of date.   This left us with a vacant space and Martin Peagam has kindly agreed to come and speak to us on 11th April (this is a week earlier than usual due to the Easter holiday).   His title is “Torn from Home and Welcome to Teesside – Jewish refugees to Teesside.

”We hope to see you all at both meetings.     

If you have a liking for of historical and modern music, you will enjoy what is happening at St. John’s Church, Egglescliffe, this coming Sunday. 

At 3.30pm on Sunday 27thJanuary 2019, the Galliard Consort will be playing music by Monteverdi, Byrd, Holborne and other folk and ragtime songs on a variety of recorders. This concert is free of charge following which, tea/coffee and cake will be served at 5-6 Rose Terrace, Egglescliffe, and, should visitors wish to make a contribution for this event, this will be given to the church.

Please come along for what we guarantee will be a wonderfully enlightening event.

Egglescliffe Area Residents’ Association (EARA) are holding their annual village quiz at Egglescliffe Parish Hall, Butts Lane, Egglescliffe. The event will take place on Saturday 8th December 2018, and will commence at 7.30pm.

We are looking for residents to put forward tables of 6 to 8 contestants, with a minimum charge of £5.00 per person and, to enable us to keep the cost as low as we possibly can, we ask that you bring your own drink and nibbles. There will be a raffle on the evening, all the proceeds of which will be donated to the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS).

If you would like to put up a table of quiz masters to test your knowledge against other like minded residents from the local community, please contact:

Shane Sellers:

Kathie Hatfield:

Brian Robinson:

We hope that the winners of this quiz will go on to represent Egglescliffe at the inter-village quiz in the first quarter of 2018 (date to be confirmed).

Go on, give it ago, you know you want to!

This is a reminder that Egglescliffe Area Residents Association (EARA) are seeking support from the community and businesses to donate food and other appropriate items for a local food bank in the Borough of Stockton.

The Salvation Army, based in Stockton-on-Tees, support many people facing tremendous hardship and who struggle to put food on the table for themselves and their families. When you donate food to the Salvation Army, you are helping to provide one of life’s most basic necessities to those in need, particularly children who suffer the most when household budgets don’t stretch far enough.

EARA will be collecting donations from the local community between 12pm and 5pm on Thursday 29th November 2018. Donations can be dropped off at Egglescliffe Parish Hall, Butts Lane, Egglescliffe, from where they will be delivered to the Salvation Army.

Having previously spoken to the Salvation Army about the types of food they would like donating, it is clear they would like non-perishable foods such tins of meat and fruit, long-life milk, cereals, sauces, canned and dry soups, baking mixes that require only water and spices.

If you are able to support this worthwhile event, please call along to the parish hall where EARA staff will gratefully accept your donation. We undertook a similar event last year and the support we received from residents was tremendous.

We look forward to seeing you.