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UKIP target all seats in Scarborough

UKIP target all seats in Scarborough UKIP election hopefuls are to stand in every Scarborough Borough Council ward in next years 2015 council elections. UKIP are expecting to make major gains and hold many seats in the Scarborough Town Hall next year – and believe they can take the Tory seat of MP Robert Goodwill. […]

Scarborough North Cliff Golf Club

Flower beds on North Side Scarborough

Scarborough North Cliff Golf Course starts on the cliff top in the North Bay and then moves inland threading its way between trees and spinneys, with lovely views of the North Yorkshire Moors before returning to the cliff top for the final three holes. The course is sufficiently undulating to be interesting without being excessively […]

Scarborough South Cliff Golf Club

Scarborough South Bay behind the trees

Scarborough South Cliff Golf Club is situated approximately one mile south of the town centre and is split by Filey Road which makes the course very distinctive with parkland holes and links style holes on the coastal side. The coastal holes all have spectacular views over the town and harbour which you will be able […]

Archaeological and Historical Society Scarborough

Scarborough Library Blue Plaque

Archaeological and Historical Society Scarborough Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society is among the most active and expert archaeological societies in the UK. The Society, originally called The Scarborough and District Archaeological Society, was founded in 1947 by a group of enthusiasts keen to preserve and research the rich archaeological inheritance of the area. Originally an […]

Scarborough Yacht Club

Marina in Scarborough's outer harbour

Scarborough Lighthouse Scarborough Yacht Club is situated in the Lighthouse building at the end of the central pier of Scarborough harbour. The Scarborough Yacht Club has enviable views across the harbour and South bay, especially from the balcony where you can take in all the activities both on and off the water. You are assured […]

Oldest Buildings in Scarborough’s bottom end.

Castle Dykes and Moat in Scarborough

Oldest Buildings in Scarborough’s bottom end. In Quay Street in the old part of Scarborough, you’re standing on land reclaimed from the sea. The brick fronted Three Mariners on the left is believed to have once been part of the timber framed house. Years ago, when there was no dredging equipment, as the harbour silted […]

Public Buildings, Offices and other places 1890

St Nicholas Cliff Scarborough and Town Hall

Public Buildings, Offices and other places 1890 Albert Hall, Aberdeen Walk Aquarium, foot of New Road – Wm. Morgan, managing director Barracks, Castle yard – Sergt. Geo. Lee, R.A. Barracks, Throxenby – Artillery depôt Board of Trade Life Saving Apparatus Rocket Station (The), Foreshore Road Burial Board Office, Cemetery, Cemetery Road – L. Thompson, supt.; […]

Radio Scarborough

Sunny day on Scarborough's South Bay Beach

Radio Scarborough The station team is made up of Jerry Scott, former BBC Radio York presenter and journalist and fellow directors Dave Simcox and Allan Deacon who both have extensive experience in local business and Scarborough’s charitable and voluntary sectors. Helen Scott is the Company Secretary and Station Coordinator and has, along with Jerry, a […]

Scarborough Buttercross

Butter Cross in Scarborough

Scarborough Buttercross Like so much of Scarborough’s heritage, The Buttercross in Princess Square in the old town, receives little or no acknowledgement. What is Scarborough’s only Grade 1 Listed monuments is tucked away with little or no fan-fair and certainly nothing to stir the interest of the unknowing passer-by. Whilst Queen Victoria’s statue stands proudly […]