In 1806 The Gentleman’s Magazine described Filey as an escape from the boisterous crowds of Scarborough and a place of simple pleasures. In 2019 visitors continue to enjoy the serenity the town brings them in weather fine and foul.
Filey railway station will be closed to trains between 23rd and 31st October as Network Rail undertake extensive resignalling work at Bridlington. Trains will be replaced by buses between Driffield and Seamer, extending journey times. The line is being closed for nine days to enable the complete replacement of steam age signalling at Bridlington. For […]
It has become a Filey Christmas staple, the Fishtive Tree on Coble Landing. Built from lobster and crab pots, its switch on marks the beginning of the Festive Season in the town. This year the tree will be switched on at 6pm on Saturday 4 December. The inspiration for the tree came from Ullapool in […]
The sun shone throughout and the crowds flocked to Filey’s Autumn Food Festival. It was by common consensus one of the busiest food festivals ever held on the Crescent Gardens. Undoubtedly, this ‘food festival with a sea view’ has become one of the must visit events on the coast, but clearly the bright sunshine and […]
This weekend the Crescent Gardens host Filey’s Autumn Food Festival with around seventy stalls and a bar. The weather forecast is fairly good for this time of year, with just a few showers forecast for Saturday mainly late on and Sunday being dry. There will be all the usual great food and drink stalls, too […]