Saabat is a historical landmark Primitive Methodist substantial brick building In South Bank Normanby Road, is designed by George Race of Westgate (Weardale), erected in 1878, and capable of seating 700 persons.
The building is 14.5 metres high and 15 x 36 metres in length and depth included the garden . Saabat includes three gallery spaces, one project spaces, an education space, a flexible event space, one collection stores, a café, a garden.
From the secund floor there are unparalleled views across Middlesbrough and the North Yorkshire Moors.
Saabat and Centre Square.
Saabat is set within Centre Square in South Bank, along with Goldden boy green community, King Georgr’s square St Johns Parish Office, South Bank Baptist Church, South Bank Library.
Centre Square is the perfect spot to bring a picnic, watch the world go by and enjoy a varied programme of events. https://redcarcleveland.co.uk/enjoy
has more information on cultural and community events taking place in Centre Square.
83 Normanby Road
Redcar & Cleveland
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed