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All Places in Filey’s Attractions

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    Filey Dams Nature Reserve

    A freshwater marsh on the western edge of Filey, the Dams has two hides to allow the reserve’s bird life to be observed. There are occasional bird watching and small mammal trapping sessions organised by the Filey Bird Observatory and Group. Their excellent website covers latest bird sightings, events and Read more [...]

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    Filey Museum

    Filey Museum is in Queen Street, in the old part of the town, away from the shopping areas and near to the 12th century St Oswald’s Church.  The museum buildings themselves date from the 17th century, one having been a fisherman’s cottage and the other a farm cottage.  The buildings Read more [...]

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    St Oswald’s Church

    A twelfth century church set upon a hillside overlooking both the town and the bay, St. Oswald’s has been at the centre of Filey life for 900 years. The earliest known works commenced on the site in 1180 and the church was substantially complete by 1230. This ancient place of Read more [...]

  • Filey Southdene Bowling Club

    They have been playing flat green bowls at Filey Southdene Bowling Club since 1881. It is a thriving club, with fixtures throughout the season between July and September. New members are always sought, but visitors are welcome to play for only £3. The club has bowls and flat shoes available Read more [...]

  • Filey Golf Club

    Filey Golf Club was established in 1897. The original course was situated on land to the north of this fine old East Yorkshire fishing town. The course moved to its present site on the south side of town two years later. The design of the “new links” is credited to Read more [...]