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tiled map being unveiled
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Another of the iconic tiled North Eastern Railway maps has been returned to the Yorkshire Coast line. Scarborough and Beverley have original tiled maps, Hunmanby has a replica and now Bridlington has a partially restored original that was unveiled today at a short ceremony. During a partial demolition of Bridlington station in 1987, the beautiful NER […]

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Filey bandstand
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Diaries at the ready! Yes, the summer programme of bandstand concerts on the Crescent Gardens has been announced. Long sunny afternoons reclining in a deckchair, listening to the band on the Crescent Gardens. It seems almost a dream during the long dark days of January. But, the Town Council have released the dates and here they […]

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Sunny winter morning on The Crescent
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A beautiful sunny January morning on The Crescent, thoughts begin to turn towards warmer days and events on the gardens for 2022. It might seem a long way off, but the dates of the hugely popular food festivals held on The Crescent Gardens have been announced. They are as follows: April 16th, 17th June 18th, […]

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knitted hat on the Filey post box
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Filey’s mystery crocheter has produced another seasonal cracker for the post box. As the twelfth day of Christmas came and went, under cover of dark, the festive knitted extravaganza that had surmounted the post box disappeared, to be replaced by a winter themed number. We are a little worried about the Robin. The corner is a favourite […]

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During the early years of the twentieth century Britain was locked into a naval arms race with Germany. Technological advances had led to the creation of the Dreadnought Battleship, a ship whose combination of power, protection and speed rendered all previous battleships useless. In the years leading up to the outbreak of the Great War, […]

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A happy new year to all our readers, from an unseasonably warm Filey. The town has been thronged with visitors over the last few days and last night there were some fabulous New Year’s celebrations. None more so than at the White Lodge Hotel, where the filey.co.uk editorial team enjoyed fine dining and dancing into […]

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Volunteers behind the Friends of Filey’s Parks are celebrating a prestigious Green Flag award for the Crescent and Glen Gardens for 2021/22. The beautiful gardens are maintained by Scarborough Borough Council and the volunteers. The green flag has been awarded many times to Filey, but during these difficult times, the award is all the more special. […]

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One of the many consequences of the pandemic was a boom at the British seaside, travel restrictions made international travel all but impossible, which forced many to rediscover attractions closer to home. Filey has been, by common consent, as busy as it ever has been within living memory. The renewed popularity of the town has […]

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It has been a wild couple of days as Storm Arwen brought near 100mph winds in off the North Sea. The promenade was battered by heavy seas. Several trees were uprooted, roofs damaged and at the allotments a number of greenhouses were wrecked. The train service was suspended until mid-afternoon on Saturday and one unlucky motorist on West Avenue found her […]

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The phantom knitter of Filey has produced another classic ‘hat’ for the post box. With autumn turning to winter, workmen beginning to erect the town’s Christmas lights and the Fishtive Tree unveiling coming ever nearer, even the meanest of Scrooge’s has to finally give into the festive spirit. The post box has been wearing various knitted ‘hats’ ever […]

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