Have You Ever Asked Yourself How Is Rock Made?

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Most of us have happy childhood memories of visiting the seaside and coming home with a stick of rock or two. Even if you don’t, you probably have had one bought by a friend who has been sunning themselves on the English coast. The truth is that whether you visit Southend, Blackpool, Scarborough or any […]

Treat Yourself – Pop Along To Harbour Bar

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If you’re visiting Scarborough then you simply must head over to the Harbour Bar. The Harbour Bar has been situated there for a number of years and has really used this time wisely. I am sure most people would agree that an ice cream in the sunshine cannot be beaten – but when you combine this […]

A Trip To Castle Howard Is A Must

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If the weather is nice while you are visiting Yorkshire then a day at Castle Howard is a must. In fact there is so much to see and do here that it is worth a visit even if the weather is not fantastic. The castle itself is an 18th century residence which is beautiful and […]

Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park – A Superb Day Out

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One of the nicest things about visiting Scarborough is that there is something for everyone. As a resort that is popular with families it makes sure that it offers a range of attractions to make sure that the whole family is kept happy. One popular attractions in the area is the Bridlington Birds of Prey […]

Bondville Model Village – What A Lovely Day Out

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Located in Bridlington, the Bondville Model Village attraction can make a really lovely day out for the whole family. People often assume that children want screaming roller coasters and attractions that cost massive amounts of money to visit, but that is not the case at all! The Bondville Model Village has over 1000 handmade characters […]

A Look At The Scarborough Harbour

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If you are planning a visit to Scarborough then you should make sure that you take some time out to visit some places that you might not think of initially. Scarborough is well known for its beaches and tourist areas, but there is so much to see and do – including Scarborough Harbour. The Scarborough […]

Spend A Lovely Day Out At Sewerby Hall

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Sewerby Hall is one of North Yorkshire’s loveliest attractions. It combines a historic property with beautiful gardens, and a zoo. You can happily spend an entire day there. There are historic tearooms in the stable block, or you can bring a picnic. Sewerby Hall and Gardens won Best National Picnic site in 2008 and 2009. […]

How About A Game of Bowls Whilst In Scarborough?

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If you fancy a quiet, civilised afternoon’s entertainment whilst on your Scarborough break, head down to the cliffs overlooking North Bay. Here you will find an oasis of calm at the Scarborough Bowls Centre. The only tension is matches being fought out, in the most polite manner imaginable. Scarborough Bowls Club is a perfect place […]

A Day Trip To Robin Hoods Bay Is A Must Do

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Robin Hood Bay is a ‘must see’ attraction for those visiting North Yorkshire. Famous for its winding cobbled streets, little shops and restaurants, there is really nothing to be said against this beautiful fishing village. It has a beautiful beach, studded with rock pools, which children love. Families return year after year. It lies six […]

What Are The Differences Between The North And South Bay?

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Marine Drive, a beautiful Victorian promenade, links the North Bay and South Bay. This link is useful for those who prefer to stay in North Bay, but take the bus into South Bay, and vice versa. So why would you want to travel between the two? What does one have that the other doesn’t? North […]

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