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It was a tough job, but the filey.co.uk editorial team took it on; testing the newly opened public houses of Filey. At noon on Tuesday we arrived in bright sunshine at The Star. Tables are available at the front of the pub and in the beer garden around the back. It wasn’t long before every […]

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They say that one swallow doesn’t make a summer; but thirteen brass and silver bands in the Crescent Gardens definitely does. In a wonderful sign that, perhaps, just perhaps, things are getting back to normal, the schedule for the band concerts in the Crescent Gardens Bandstand has been released. It’s an event akin to Yorkshire […]

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It is an often used backdrop for family photographs and a valuable source of income for Filey in Bloom; the volunteers who, alongside Scarborough Borough Council staff, keep areas like the Crescent Gardens at their pristine best and a riot of colour at the height of summer. The Crescent Garden Wishing Well had developed a […]

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As the Covid pandemic once again impacts on travel, Northern Rail have announced a revised timetable for the Yorkshire Coast Line between Scarborough and Hull. The temporary timetable will commence on Monday 18 January and will run until further notice. Whilst the start and end of the day remains the same, to facilitate travel of […]

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The pubs are open, well some of them, so we thought we would bring you a substantial meal deal guide to Filey. Where can you eat? What can you eat? Will you get chased out as soon as you eat the last crumb? Will the police shine a bright light in your eyes and ask for […]

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Filey's Fishtive Tree lit after dark
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The Filey Fishtive tree has been lit, but sadly in line with the times, there was little or no ceremony. However, it is still quite a sight, made as it is from lobster pots, dressed with fishy bunting and topped by a golden salmon. Although it is only the fourth year that the tree has appeared on […]

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Hunmanby railway station has been short-listed in the National Community Rail Awards for 2020. The Friends of Hunmanby Railway Station group are in the running for the best small project award. Their project was inspired by the introduction of an hourly train service that commenced in May 2019. The group have begun to make the […]

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Keep your eyes on the skies over the coming weeks as the North Sea hosts one of the largest military exercises for a decade. According to the RAF over seventy aircraft will be conducting ‘high intensity tactical training together over the North Sea and North East of England’. Exercise Crimson Warrior runs until 5 November and includes […]

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Vintage fairground ride
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It has one of the largest collection of vintage fairground rides, organs and vehicles in the country, but the Scarborough Fair Collection is set to remain closed for the remainder of the year. The attraction was unable to open as usual this spring due to the Corona Virus pandemic, but plans had been put in […]

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They are the trains that have become the epitome of failing rail services in the north. More akin to buses than trains, the ‘pacers’ have rattled their way to all corners of the north of England for three decades. However, in recent weeks eagled-eyed travellers will have spotted a pacer train travelling between Scarborough and […]

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