The Filey Food Festival
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Over the weekend of Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 November the Crescent Gardens and Evron Centre will host the Autumn edition of the renowned Filey International Food Festival. The ‘food festival with a sea view’ has become a firm-favourite among visitors and locals alike. A vast array of stalls extends from the Evron Centre and down […]

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The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) ‘Good Beer Guide‘ has become the bible of beer lovers across the nation. To feature within its pages is always a feather in the cap of any self-respecting publican. The 2022 guide has just been published. It’s a bit of surprise to note that only one Filey pub has made it […]

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The much-loved Filey Town Bus is in urgent need of a new engine. The bus service, often nicknamed Collin’s Little Bus, has run in Filey for the last sixteen years. During that time passengers have numbered well into six figures, but perhaps it is the personal service that stands out. There are innumerable tales of Colin remembering […]

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Becky Mills with guitar
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‘Snow on the Wolds’, an evening of Yorkshire themed winter music and poetry 7.30pm, Friday 3 December The Star, Mitford Street, Filey As the night’s close in, and the festive season creeps ever closer, come and snuggle up at the Star with an evening of song and poetry. Let two of North Yorkshire’s most talented […]

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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 […]

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A century ago the North Eastern Railway ran the train services through Filey and Hunmanby. Twenty-five of their busier stations boasted beautiful tiled maps, depicting the network of the North Eastern Railway. Sadly, the vast majority have been lost, but nine survivors can be viewed at Beverley, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Morpeth, Saltburn, Scarborough, Tynemouth, York and Whitby. […]

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Televisions and radios in Filey are still without any signal in the wake of the fire that engulfed the Bilsdale transmitter. Whilst some services have been partially restored to parts of County Durham, for Filey and most of North Yorkshire it will be 28 August before the television pictures return to our screens. It is possible […]

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Scarborough Borough Council and Filey Town Council are looking to develop a new vision for the future of Filey. Over the coming six months they are undertaking a residents’ survey where ideas can be contributed that will help identify priorities for the town. The survey can be completed online and there are also drop in […]

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From 16 May the train service will return to its pre-covid service level of one train every hour between Hull and Scarborough and vice versa. A huge relief for those who use the train to travel for work and shopping. Additionally, it will improve connections at Seamer for those travelling further afield. The full timetable can be downloaded […]

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It was a busy Bank Holiday weekend for the volunteers who respond to reports of seals being in distress. Overwhelmingly, it is disturbance by humans and dogs that accounts for the majority of the call outs. Juvenile seals regularly haul themselves out of the sea at night and use the sands of Filey Bay as a much […]

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