Weather, weather, weather! The question in Filey is “whether” you should even bother to take any notice of the weather forecast. Why, you ask? Filey has its own micro-climate and whilst the friendly moustacheod weatherman on Look North or the clever app on your new iPhone 7, might indicate a light cloud or a touch […]

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Filey Railway station is very conveniently located both near the bus station and the Tesco supermarket, with stop-offs to both Scarborough and York, it is well placed to connect all over the UK and further afield. There is a taxi-office on site, and through a small rear door you can also enter the wonderful Pitstop […]

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There are three schools in Filey; an infant school, a junior and an “Academy” – Ebor Academy which used to have Filey Comprehensive School in the very same buildings on the same piece of land. Filey C.E. Infant & Nursery School  Head teacher: Mrs Denise L Crosier Telephone Number: 01723 513077 Address: Padbury Avenue Filey […]

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For many years both the townsfolk and visitors enjoyed the Edwardian Festival. It’s unarguable success served only to highlight the demand for a festival that fulfilled a wider remit, and with that the current Filey festival was born.

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Whilst we would encourage you to contact the appropriate authority, which in this case would be Scarborough Borough Council for the definitive and most up-to-date information, we can in general terms inform you: The dog ban is enforced from the Sunday nearest the 1st of May each year, until the 30th of September and prohibits […]

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Although de facto solution to getting anywhere by car is a sat nav, some people still prefer simple directions and rely on their own navigational intuition. Here are some simple ways to get to Filey provided you are in a larger local town: From York: A64 from York to Staxton and then A165 to Filey. […]

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A fishing town on the North Yorkshire coast; Filey is steeped in rich culturual history. Records indicate that people have lived here for well over 1200 years! Archaeologists have uncovered evidence which suggests the Romans built signal stations in Filey to warn of impending skirmishes from the savage Saxons. In circa 1830, the now Grade […]

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