COVID-19 rates in Stockton-on-Tees are very high so the Government has named it, along with the rest of the North East, an Enhanced Response Area. Find out more on our Enhanced Response Area page.
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The RSPB has worked in partnership with the Teesside Environmental Trust (TET) to make Saltholme a reality.
The Trust is a local charity whose aims of wildlife conservation, environmental education and regeneration, closely match those of the RSPB.
Saltholme is situated near the mouth of the River Tees between Billingham and Seaton Carew, adjacent to the A178.
Saltholme is 10 minutes from the A19; turn east off the A19 north of Stockton along the A689. After half a mile, take the A1185; in 4 miles join the A178 at a mini roundabout and take the third exit. The reserve entrance is 250 metres on the right-hand side.
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Saltholme is open every day except Christmas Day.
April 1 to October 31 - open from 10am to 5pm.
November 1 to March 31 - open from 10am to 4pm.
Saltholme Nature Reserve (RSPB)
Seaton Carew Road