A spring evening on the Yorkshire coast, the Setting sun just catching Huntcliff at one end of the Jurassic Coastline. The Saltburn we Know today, a popular tourist destination and surfing spot was founded by Henry Pease building the famous landmarks such as the Valley Gardens, Jewel Street and The Pier cliff Lift. But human activity a Saltburn can be traced back hundreds of years and even had a fortified roman signal station here. The town like its neighbours down the coast also has a smuggling heritage. These days the seaside resorts of Saltburn, Staithes, Runswick Bay, Sandsends and Robin Hoods Bay have a more cultured thing in common and are taking part in the first Fish. Fillet. Feast! , Which the help of the arts development company Create and the Coastal Communities Fund Sea Life Project, on behalf of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park is a celebration of the coasts fishing heritage.