One of several sets of badger sculptures installed in Brotton in May 2018 by the Brotton Improvement Group.
They are chainsaw sculptures by Steve Iredale and now stand at every approach to the village.
The Kent Gate dates from between 1730 and 1760, it is named for being in the style of William Kent, a landscape architect and furniture designer of the early 18th century.
It was moved to its current location in 1893 and restored by the Stokesley Society in 2001
Skelton History Group
Thursday 8th November – Errington Woods & Upleatham
Distance: 3¾ miles; Ascent 395ft; Duration 3½-4 hours We set off at 10:30am from the car park at Errington Woods (NZ 618201). The walk is a circular walk, done in a clockwise direction, mostly on or near a contour level. The heritage will cover the ironstone mine at Upleatham, its association with the mine at Hob Hill, Saltburn, and the village and Hall at Upleatham.
A charge of £2 per person will be made on each walk to offset the costs of Insurance. Please wear appropriate footwear and have clothing suitable for the likely weather conditions on that day. It is suggested that you bring food and drink as we usually stop between midday and 1:00pm for a lunch break.
Further details can be had from: email@example.com or by contacting Peter Appleton (Tel: 01287 281752)