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Whitby Advertiser Stephen Ault EDITOR

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Well, the months are certainly flying by this year and here I am once again welcoming you to the latest issue of the Whitby Advertiser, the popular local magazine regarded as the number one choice for advertising here in Whitby and the surrounding district. Yes, it’s a new month and it is July, the midsummer month when the weather gets hotter (allegedly!) and less work gets done as many of us take our annual vacation. Kids rejoice and cheer because school is out (remember that 60s song by Gary US Bonds?) and huge crowds descend on Whitby to enjoy all that the town and surrounding area has to offer. Once again, you will find that our magazine is supported by a great range of advertisers offering a variety services to everyone, making our publication essential reading whether you are a resident, business owner, visitor or holidaymaker. Details of upcoming events and activities are in our comprehensive What’s On guide, and our Dining Out guide is full of ideas and great meal deals if you are looking to eat out. The prize in our ever-popular prize crossword is a £25 store kindly been donated by that most splendid and dapper chap Nick Henderson at Hendersons Sales and Lettings Agents. What more can I say except pour yourself a nice cold beer, glass of wine, or whatever tipple takes your fancy, park yourself on the patio or in some local beer garden and enjoy reading this latest issue of the Whitby Advertiser! Speaking of events and holidays, I need not mention that 4 July is Independence Day in America, and no other day is more significant than this on the American holiday calendar as the country celebrates the signing of the Declaration of Independence, a declaration which proclaimed to the world the emergence of a new sovereign nation as the continent separated from Great Britain, the British having ruled over it since the 16th Century. However, there are some other rather less

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significant days on the American calendar that caught my eye, and all centre around food: National Gingersnap Day (July 1), National Fried Chicken Day (July 6), National Ice Cream Day (July 21) and National Hot Dog Day (July 25). Moving away from America and food, we find that World UFO Day is celebrated on July 2, Stay Out of the Sun Day on July 3 (could be a bit of a non-starter here in the UK if the weather is similar to what it was mid-June!), International Free Hugs Day on July 6;, Elderly Men Day on July 15 (celebrated in Kiribati), and my favourite has to be ... wait for it... National Sleepy Head Day which is celebrated in Finland on July 27! Here in the Whitby Advertiser office, you won’t find any sleepy heads as we are always wide-awake and alert, out and about in the area and on the phone engaging with business owners old and new who wish to advertise with us, as well as seeking out events, articles and competitions to fill our magazine each month. We recently celebrated our 13th birthday and I would personally like to thank all our advertisers and readers for your continued support. If you are a business and would like to advertise with us this summer, there is still time to get an advert in our August and September issues but don’t delay; call us today as space is rapidly filling up. We are 13 years on, and our passion to fulfil your advertising needs and bring business to your door remains stronger than ever. Remember, our friendly yet professional service includes our dedicated graphic designer Graham working with you to create an advert from scratch or change any existing artwork you have all at no extra charge. The Whitby Advertiser – the number one choice for advertising in Whitby and the surrounding area, distributing 23,000 copies door-to-door. Why advertise elsewhere? Enjoy July folks!

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What's On Guide WEEKLY & MONTHLY EVENTS MONDAY-FRIDAYS

Coliseum Centre, Internet Cafe £1 per hour. Printing, Scanning, Photocopying. Open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

WHITBY MUSEUM & PANNETT ART GALLERY At Pannett Park Opening times: 9.30am-4.30pm Tues – Sun. Closed Mon. Last admission 4.00pm. Museum admission: £5.00 adults, £3.50 students. Whitby residents (proof needed) & under 17s Free. Museum exhibition (runs until 20 July): ‘Whitby and the Cosmos’ - the exploration of the universe from Captain Cook’s 1768 voyage mapping the transit of Venus to the present-day search for dark matter at Boulby Underground Laboratory. Supported by the Royal Society. Pannett Art Gallery, admission free to all. Tea room Open 10am-3.30pm on Tues-Fri inclusive CINEMA AT WHITBY PAVILION’S DIGITAL CINEMA Ticket prices: Adults: £6.50 / Children: £5.50 / Friends of Whitby Pavilion: £5.50 / Family of 4: £22. NB Prices shown are ticket face value. Booking fee applies to online / telephone bookings

NB Please check the Whitby Pavilion website at www. whitbypavilion.co.uk or call the box office on Whitby 458899 as dates/times subject to alteration. ROCKETMAN (12A) Mon 1 July 2.30pm; Tues 2 July 7.30pm.

LATE NIGHT (15) Mon 8 July 2.30pm; Tues 9 July 7.30pm; Wed 10 July 7.30pm; Thurs 11 July 7.30pm.

MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL (PG) Fri 12 July 7.30pm; Sat 13 July 11.00am; Sun 14 July 7.30pm; Mon 15 July 2.30pm; Tues 16 July 7.30pm; Wed 17 July 1.00pm.

TOY STORY 4 (U) Sun 21 July 2.30pm; Mon 22 July 2.30pm; Tues 23 July 2.30pm; Wed 24 July 2.30pm; Thurs 25 July 2.30pm.

THE QUEEN’S CORGI (PG) Fri 26 July 2.30pm; Sun 28 July 6.00pm; Mon 29 July 2.30pm; Tues 30 July 2.30pm; Wed 31 July 2.30pm; Thurs 1 August 2.30pm. THROUGHOUT THE MONTH

Sports Performance Yoga with Lee. St John’s Ambulance Hall, Back St. Hilda’s Tce, Whitby. Please call Lee on 07949 078 827 or visit www.facebook.com/ sportsperformanceyoga to check class dates.

Whitby Tennis Club Caedmon College. For players of all levels. Pay as you play for visitors/occasional tennis players. Please email whitbytennisclub@gmail.com for further information or visit our Facebook page. 34

EVERY MONDAY Caedmon Whitby 6-a-side football league. School. 7-10pm For further info, contact League Secretary: Harry Staniforth. Tel: 01937 841 440. Email: info@footballmundial.com. Website: http:// footballmundial.com Computer drop-in session at Whitby Coliseum 2.004.00pm. Help with computers, tablets, laptops etc. Tel: Whitby 825000 for further details. EVERY TUESDAY Theatre Drama Classes for boys & girls 6 years and upwards. Whitby Coliseum 4.10-4.55pm. £3.00 per child. No need to book – just turn up. Taught to a structured syllabus by Barbara Benson-Smith. Senior Examiner of the UKA. For further details call Whitby 603229. NB Term-time only. Tea Dance with Ray Kirk at Whitby Pavilion, Northern Lights Suite. Starts 1.30pm. £3.75 per person. A friendly social dance session - mixed dance programme with opportunity to make requests. EVERY WEDNESDAY Coffee and Crochet at Mr Cooper’s Coffee Shop, Church St. 10.00am-12 noon. Bring your own hooks & yarn. Learn or teach, make lovely crochet items to sell for Whitby Lifeboats. Great fun!! Quiz Night at Turnball Bar, Whitby Town FC, Upgang Lane. Starts 8.30pm. £1 entry per person, with cash prizes & free nibbles! The last Wednesday of each month is a charity quiz night. EVERY THURSDAY Pilates class every Thursday at Castleton Village Hall 6.30pm - 7.15pm. Friendly class suitable for all abilities including beginners! For more information contact Pilates instructor Anne on 07921 312130. EVERY FRIDAY Ballroom, Latin and Sequence dancing Sleights Village Hall, every Friday night from 8.15 pm to 10.30 pm. Social dancing for all abilities. £3.25 per person. For more info contact Jane on 01947 811783 or 07971606360.

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MONDAY JULY 1 - SUNDAY JULY 21 Whitby in Bloom’s Alice Themed Sculpture Competition. Design a self-watering, floral sculpture for Whitby’s Alice Garden on Cliff Street! For details visit www.whitbyinbloom.org TUESDAY JULY 2 The Danby Area with Mike Yates at 2pm. Whitby Naturalist Society trip to Danby and the Moors Centre for less mobile members. Contact Laura Smith (01947 600796) for details and to book a place on the minibus.


What’s On listings are free for charities and local community organisations. For commercial businesses, a small charge of £20 per listing applies. Sneaton YCA meeting at Kirkham Close Centre, Whitby. Starts 7.00pm. Speaker: Josie Bingham ‘Practical Session’. Competition: item made. Over 65’s Veterans Support Whitby. Join us for chat, bite and banter. Victoria Garden Centre 12noon-2pm. For more info call Ex-Forces Support on 01904 704177. WEDNESDAY JULY 3 Glaisdale WI Esk Valley Luncheon Club. First Wednesday of every month at Ley Hall, Lealholm. £5 pp for set 2-course lunch served 12.30pm. Please call Ruth (01947) 897217 to book at least 2 days before. Dementia Garden Planting Day. Join ‘Whitby in Bloom’ volunteers on Henrietta Street for an hour or two between 12 noon and 7pm to make the garden stunning! Tools & plants provided. Free Jigsaw Library at the Coliseum, Whitby (James Cook Theatre behind the café)10.30am-12.30pm. 1000+ jigsaws! Jigsaw donations welcomed. Further details: 07743 725586. THURSDAY JULY 4 “Meteorites from the Moon” talk by Tony Kearsley at Whitby Museum. Starts 7pm. Admission £5. Tickets can be bought via Eventbrite - see Museum’s website for details www.whitbymuseum.org.uk. ‘Festival on the Moor’ presents an evening of top-class acoustic music led by Whitby-based singer/songwriter Richard Grainger plus John Ward Trio + Patchwork at Danby Village Hall. Doors 7.00pm. Licensed Bar & snacks too. Tickets £8 (£7 conc) from Danby Health Shop or online www.festivalonthemoor.co.uk FRIDAY - SUNDAY JULY 5-7 Whitby Northern Soul Weekender at Whitby Pavilion. The best in Northern Soul, Motown and Modern Soul with the North's best loved DJ's. Daytime sessions plus Soul nights spread over three days. For times & tickets, visit www.whitbypavilion.com, call the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 or ask at the Whitby Pavilion Box Office. SATURDAY JULY 6 Whitby Naturalists Society Local History Walk Glaisdale to Lealholm with Jane Ellis & George Featherston. Starts 10.15am. A walk along the Esk Valley, visiting little-known inscribed stones, returning by bus or train. Park near Beggar’s Bridge [NZ784055] or catch the no. 95 ’bus leaving Whitby at 09.31. Bring a packed lunch. Contact Wendy English (0750 5505937) for more details. Goathland Village Barn Dance & BBQ at Goathland Village Hall. A great night out for all the family. Live music, real ale bar, games room and play park. Starts 7.00pm. Tickets: Adults £9 (under 11s £4) includes burger/ hotdog supplied and cooked by Radfords Butchers available from Goathland Post Office or call 01947 896200 / 896092

SUNDAY JULY 7 Bright Futures Arts Festival at Hallcliffe, Thorpe Bank, Fylingthorpe 2.00 – 5.00pm. Dance, Music, Art Sale, Cakes and much more! In aid of Bright Future Foundation, supporting secondary education in Malawi. To find out more or to donate artwork please phone 01947 881221. Camphill Village Trust. Botton Summer Fete. 10am – 3.30pm. Family fun day for all, including organic hog roast & BBQ & fairground rides. MONDAY JULY 8 Hinderwell W.I. meets at 7 00 pm in St Hilda’s Old School, Hinderwell: ‘Murder Mystery’ evening with The Railway Players. Competition: something handmade beginning with “R”. Ladies 1920’s attire for this evening! Faith Supper. Further details: 01947 840343. TUESDAY JULY 9 Aislaby Yorkshire Countrywomen's Association meets Aislaby Village Hall at 7.15pm every second Tuesday of the month. Visitors welcome, admission £2. For details call Pam on 01947 810628. WEDNESDAY JULY 10 Whitby in Bloom meeting Dalewood Centre, Cholmley Way, Whitby 3-4.30pm. Everyone welcome - catch up on all of our projects and get involved! Meetings second Wednesday of each month. RNLI Tea Dance at the Royal Hotel, West Cliff. 2pm4.30pm every second Wednesday each month. Dance to recorded music with hosts John & Linda. £3 entry includes tea/coffee & biscuits. Ballroom, sequence, line, rock ‘n’ roll, old time, & party favourites. Large groups/ coach parties welcome. Free parking behind hotel. Supporting Whitby Lifeboats. ‘Oil bars & oil pastels’. A demonstration with artist Wendy Tate hosted by Whitby Art Society at the Coliseum 7.00pm-9.00pm.All welcome -visitors: £3.00 For more details visit whitbyartsociety.weebly.com Quiz Night at the Conservative Club, Upgang Lane. 7.30pm start. Teams of 4/5. £5.00 pp to include supper. Raising funds for StarStruck Performing Arts for Whitby Children. THURSDAY JULY 11 Glaisdale WI Meeting at the Robinson Institute, Glaisdale. Talk: Sue Holmes ‘Art Therapy’ – helping people to express themselves using creative therapy. Competition: Something you ‘ve created. For more info visit glaisdalewi.weebly.com, e-mail Sue Thompson on suethompson222@gmail.com, call 01947 897351. SATURDAY JULY 13 Annual Captain Cook Lecture 2.30-3.30pm in Normanby Room, Whitby Museum, Pannett Park: Lucy Smith 'Following in the footsteps of Sydney Parkinson: 35


Got an event coming up? Email us: info@whitbyadvertiser.co.uk Adventures of a Botanical Illustrator'. Free admission but booking is essential. Call 01947 601900 or email info@ cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk Summer Coffee morning & Grand Draw in St Anne’s Hall Ugthorpe. Starts 10 am. Various stalls including cakes,bric-a-brac, books, tombola etc. Proceeds to Christ Church Ugthorpe. Whitby & District Astronomical Society Public Star Party, weather permitting, near Captain Cook monument. Starts 9.00pm. Lunar & Planetary Observations. Further details at www.whitbyastronomers.com. Limehouse Lizzy at Whitby Pavilion. An action-packed pyrotechnic-fuelled show that keeps the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and Thin Lizzy alive! Starts 8.00pm. All tickets £17 (+ booking fee) available online at www.whitbypavilion.com, through the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 or at the Whitby Pavilion Box Office. Esk Valley Mini Markets. A local market-cum-craft event at The Met Ballroom & Lounge, Whitby 10am 4pm. Free admission. New stall holders always welcome. Host: Rawfords Country Catering. Check the Esk Valley Mini Markets Facebook page for other events & further info. SATURDAY - SUNDAY JULY 13-14 Whitby Ahoy! Festival on the Moor's annual sea song and shanty festival featuring a host of local & national singers, musicians & shanty groups. Great music & good fun at the seaside! Various venues inc Whitby Brewery – see www.whitbyseafest.co.uk for more info. Roxby Heritage Weekend. A family fun-packed weekend! Tractor pulling, steam traction engines, vintage classic cars, motorcycles and tractors, old military vehicles, fun dog show and lots more!! Children’s entertainment, trade and craft stalls too. Admission: £3; children u16 free. Venue: field next to Fox Inn, Roxby. More details: Alison 07813 333423. SUNDAY JULY 14 Grimethorpe Colliery Band in concert at Whitby Pavilion. Starts 3.00pm. All tickets £23 (+ booking fee) available online at www.whitbypavilion.com, through the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Whitby Pavilion Box Office. SUNDAY - TUESDAY JULY 14-16 Craft Fair at Goathland Village Hall 10.00am to 4.30 pm. New crafters welcome for our successful and longestablished Craft Fairs. Contact Elsie on 01947 896333 or e-mail elsie.goathland@gmail.com. MONDAY JULY 15 ‘A Pictorial History of Fylingdales’ by Neil Williamson. Whitby Civic Society lecture at the Coliseum. Starts 7.15pm prompt. Everybody welcome. Members £1. Visitors £3. Refreshments available during the break. 36

TUESDAY JULY 16 Whitby Summer Beach Sweep 11.00am-12 noon. Meet Tate Hill Beach. All welcome. Please bring your own litter picking equipment if you can & wear sensible footwear. Please check social media before setting off. Email whitbybeachsweep@gmail.com for more info or see Whitby Beach Sweep Facebook page. ‘Tracking the Brontë’s’ by Eddie Lawler. A musical celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Brontë’s. Whitby Antique & Fine Arts Society meeting at 7.30pm, Green Lane Centre, Whitby. Guests very welcome - £3 on the door. Meetings every third Tuesday of the month. Whitby & District Astronomical Society Public Star Party, weather permitting, near Captain Cook monument. Starts 9.00pm. Lunar & Planetary Observations. Further details at http://www.whitbyastronomers.com. WEDNESDAY JULY 17 Free Jigsaw Library at the Coliseum, Whitby (James Cook Theatre behind the café)10.30am-12.30pm. 1000+ jigsaws! Jigsaw donations welcomed. Further details: 07743 725586. Weed & Mead. Join ‘Whitby in Bloom’ volunteers 7pm8pm at Whitby’s Alice Garden on Cliff Street for an hour of weeding & a chinwag! FRIDAY - SATURDAY JULY 19-20 Starburst 2019. Starstruck Performing Art’s annual family variety show packed with talent from all ages, stunning dance pieces and many surprises! Show times: Friday 7.00pm; Saturday 2.00pm & 7.00pm. All tickets £8 (+ booking fee) available online at www.whitbypavilion. com, through the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Whitby Pavilion Box Office. SATURDAY JULY 20 Whitby “WHALER" U3A Coffee Morning. St. John Ambulance Hall, Back St Hilda’s Tce. Held third Saturday of each month 10.00am-11.30am. SATURDAY - SUNDAY JULY 20-21 The Great Seaside Vintage Fair, Whitby Spa Pavilion, West Cliff. YO21 3EN. 9.30am - 4pm each day. The vintage fair with a sea view! Over 40 stalls of genuine vintage fashion & homewares from the 1920's to the 1980's. Admission: £2 ( £1.50 concessions) on the door. Under 16's free. Contact: Rose & Brown Vintage 07985 181120 www.roseandbrownvintage.co.uk Dag “The Wizard’s” annual sales exhibition of oil paintings at the Pyman’s Institute on the seafront at Sandsend displaying 50 original works. Open pm to 5pm each day. SUNDAY - SATURDAY JULY 21 -27 Hinderwell Gala Week. Displays of Scarecrows. Refreshments throughout the week at St Hilda’s Old School. Also a Treasure Hunt (Monday), Domino Drive


You can also view our What’s On listings online at whitbyadvertiser.co.uk (at the Brown Cow, Tuesday 8pm), Hinderwell W. I.’s Jolly Follies (Methodist School Room 7 pm Wednesday).. Proceeds to Yorks Air Ambulance & local Charities. Check out Facebook ‘Hinderwell’ for more details SUNDAY JULY 21 Hinderwell Gala Day. Fun family events including Yorkshire Open Egg Throwing Championship on sports field from 1pm. BBQ, classic cars/motor-cycles/ scooters, stalls, live music and refreshments. All welcome. Further details Stewart 01947 840561 or e-mail cateesdale@aol.com. Mulgrave Castle Gardens Open Day 1pm-5pm by kind permission of the Marquis and Marchioness of Normanby. There will be cream teas, tombola, cake stall and garden plants available on the afternoon. Car Parking FREE. Admission to the gardens £4.00 per adult. Contact Rosemary on 01947 604778 or email - rndc@ btinternet.com ‘Harakeke! The Long Leaf’. Traditional flax weaving demonstration by Deb Gillanders at the Captain Cook Museum, Grape Lane, Whitby. 10am-4pm. Museum entry fees apply. For more information, call 01947 601900 or email info@cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk Botany, butterflies and seashore at Skinningrove. A morning walk at 10am by the Whitby Naturalist Society to view the outstanding flora & special butterflies of this area. A seashore search follows a picnic lunch by the shore. Parking area by the shore west of the village [NZ714201] Come for the morning walk, afternoon on the seashore or the whole day. Contact Wendy English (0750 5505937) for more details. MONDAY JULY 22 ‘Banks’ Botanical Books’. Make a botanical notebook and hand-tint a print for the cover with artist Jo Witney at the Captain Cook Museum, Grape Lane, Whitby. Drop in 11am-4pm. Admission £1.00 or free with museum entry. For more information, call 01947 601900 or email info@cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk TUESDAY JULY 23 Whitby Women's Institute meeting 7pm-9pm, Northern Lights Suite at Whitby Spa. Talk: Bellydance - History, culture and a chance to dance! All Ladies welcome, members free, visitors £3. Refreshments included. WEDNESDAY JULY 24 Quiz Night at the Conservative Club, Upgang Lane. 7.30pm start. Teams of 4/5. £5.00 pp to include supper. Raising funds for Whitby Bowling Club. ‘Whitby’s Conservation Area’ – the launch of Whitby Civic Society’s latest publication at Pannett Park 11.00am-3.00pm. Find out more, how to get involved and what to do. A must for property & business owners, as well as those with an interest in conservation, plus a quiz too with prizes for all children entering!

Planting Day - St Hilda’s Church. Join ‘Whitby In Bloom’ volunteers at Church Square anytime between 12 noon-7pm for planting in preparation for the Britain In Bloom Judging. Free Jigsaw Library at Staithes Co-op, 5 Whitby Road, Staithes TS13 5AL from 10.30am -12.30pm. Variety of jigsaws. Donations welcomed - for collection. tel. 07743 725586. Whitby Flower Club meeting is at 2pm in Sleights Village Hall. Eileen Barraclough will be demonstrating "A Shed Full of Flowers". New members and visitors welcome, admission £4. For details about the Flower Club call Monice on 01947 604881, or Margaret 01947 603297. NB No meeting in August. THURSDAY JULY 25 Pannett Day. 11am-3pm. Stalls, games, competitions, drama group & cookery demos. All invited to bring a picnic & enjoy it in beautiful Pannett Park surroundings. Weed & Mead. Join ‘Whitby in Bloom’ volunteers 7pm8pm for an hour of sociable weeding at the Sunken Gardens West Cliff to help prepare for Britain in Bloom judging. Clairvoyancy Evening with Dona Bell at the Coliseum from 7.00-8.30pm. Admission £5 – proceeds to charity. Esk Valley Mini Markets. A local market-cum-craft event at The Met Ballroom & Lounge, Whitby 10am-4pm. Free admission. New stall holders always welcome.. Host: Rawfords Country Catering. Check the Esk Valley Mini Markets Facebook page for other events & further info. FRIDAY JULY 26 Weed & Mead. Join the ‘Whitby in Bloom’ volunteers 7pm-8pm for an hour of sociable weeding at Crescent Gardens to help prepare for Britain in Bloom judging. Nocturnal Wildlife Survey by the Whitby Naturalist Society at May Beck Car Park. Join us for moth trapping, bird ringing and bat detecting. Part of the Forestry Commission’s centenary Big Forest Find. Weather dependent. (Postponed from May) Contact Wendy English 0750 5505937 for more details. Coffee Morning at Whitby Conservative Club. Held last Friday of every month. 10.30am-12noon. Coffee, cakes, chat, book exchange. All welcome. The American Legends. Must-see show for all ages paying tribute to the legendary rockers Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison. Doors 7pm, show 7.30pm. Tickets £17 (+ booking fee) available at www. whitbypavilion.com, via the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 or in person at the Whitby Pavilion Box Office. SATURDAY JULY 27 Steampunk Cabaret Evening at Whitby Pavilion. Doors: 7pm. Show: 7.30pm - fabulous musical entertainment, comedy and high jinks! Tickets £18 (+ booking fee) available online at www.whitbypavilion.com, through the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Whitby Pavilion Box Office. 37


Got an event coming up? Email us: info@whitbyadvertiser.co.uk Evening entertainment at the Conservative Club, Upgang Lane: Singing Duo Martin & Wendy (exCadillacs) Whitby & District Astronomical Society Public Star Party, weather permitting, near Captain Cook monument. Starts 9.00pm. Lunar & Planetary Observations. Further details: http://www.whitbyastronomers.com. 60's Show Band THE PERSUADERS at Hinderwell Village Hall from 7.30pm. Tickets £8 available from R.Lyth Butchers, Hinderwell Service Station or Chris 07530842822. Bring your own drinks & nibbles. Elvis in Concert featuring Andy James Elvis Tribute Artist. Staithes Club TS13 5AY. Tickets £5 available from the Club or call/text Matthew 07940 178527. Disco before/after event. In aid of James Cook Cancer Unit. Saltburn Blues Club presents ‘The Achievers’ at Saltburn Cricket Club. Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets £10 from Milos Café, Saltburn, www.yorkshireticketshop. co and 07960 935263. Meteorite workshop at Whitby Museum. Starts 2pm. Admission £7. Tickets can be bought via Eventbrite - see their website for details www.whitbymuseum.org.uk. SATURDAY - SUNDAY JULY 27-28 Dag “The Wizard’s” annual sales exhibition of oil paintings at the Pyman’s Institute on the seafront at Sandsend displaying 50 original works. Open 9pm-5pm each day. Whitby Steampunk Weekend at Whitby Pavilion. Free entry to Steampunk Retail Emporium - over 70 vendors, live entertainment, presentations & workshops, classic cinema & Victorian slideshows, musical interludes, the Absinthe Affairs O' Atticus Oldman and much more! Esk Valley Mini Markets. A local market-cum-craft event at Goathland Community Hub 10am - 4pm each day. Free admission. New stall holders always welcome.. Host: Rawfords Country Catering. Check the Esk Valley Mini Markets Facebook page for other events & further information. SUNDAY JULY 28 Weed & Mead. Join the ‘Whitby in Bloom’ volunteers 7pm-8pm at Whitby’s Dementia Garden on Henrietta Street for an hour of weeding & chinwag! Whitby Town FC Gala Day. 11am-late. £5 entry (accompanied u18s free!). A fabulous family day with over 10 hours of live music, 11 & Under-5-a-side. Various sporting demonstrations & activities, stalls galore, children’s rides and Panther the Dalek!! MONDAY JULY 29 Weed & Mead. Join the ‘Whitby in Bloom’ volunteers 7pm-8pm for an hour of sociable weeding on New Quay Road to help prepare the town for Britain in Bloom judging. 38

TUESDAY JULY 30 'Tea on the Green' in the schoolroom at Hawsker Methodist Church from 2.00-4.00 on the last Tuesday in every month (except August) Fairtrade tea or coffee, homemade cake and a friendly chat! WEDNESDAY JULY 31 ‘'Kaleidoscope Magic'. Make your own mirrored viewing tunnel & observe a new rainbow world of ever-changing petal and seed patterns with Rachael Boddington of Glittermoth Factory at the Captain Cook Museum, Grape Lane, Whitby. Drop in 11am-4pm. For Kids & Grown ups! Admission £1.00 or free with museum entry. For more information, call 01947 601900 or email info@cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk Britain In Bloom Judging 9am-1pm. Whitby welcomes the Britain In Bloom Judges. Visit www.whitbyinbloom. org for details of the route. TUESDAY - THURSDAY JULY 30 - 1 AUGUST Craft Fair at Goathland Village Hall 10.00am to 4.30 pm. New crafters welcome for our successful and longestablished Craft Fairs. Contact Elsie on 01947 896333 or e-mail elsie.goathland@gmail.com.

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ACCOUNTANTS & ADMIN SERVICES Asquith & Co ......................................................................... 48 Hallgarth Accountants...................................................... 48 ACCOMMODATION & PROPERTY SERVICES Henderson Property Services (Yorkshire) Ltd.......... 45 ‘How Your Garden or Outside Space can sell your property!’ ..................................................... 44 Host & Stay North Yorkshire Luxury Holiday Homes & Management.................................... 3 Yorkshire Cottages ............................................................ 43 Yorkshire Holiday Home Management ..................... 42 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES AL Turner & Associates ..................................................... 48 BATHROOMS & KITCHENS David Kent Kitchens .......................................................... 63 Gibson Cabinet Makers .................................................... 58 MKM Whitby ......................................................................... 61 3Ways Kitchens & Bedrooms ......................................... 62 BEREAVEMENT SERVICES G.R. Pinder Monumental Mason ................................... 28 John Corner Funeral Services ........................................ 28 BICYCLE REPAIR Dr Cranks ................................................................................ 88 BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Adam Stringer Joinery & Building Ltd ........................ 78 Anderson Builders .............................................................. 76 Doors ‘n’ Gates ..................................................................... 52 Elvidge Renovation & Restoration ............................... 79 Endeavour Property Services ......................................... 74 EVS Property Improvements .......................................... 78 Gannon Developments .................................................... 79 Graham Gill Property Repairs ........................................ 93 Halls Building & Roofing .................................................. 81 Lawson Builders and High Access Ltd ........................ 77 Martyn Cana Building & Roofing .................................. 78 Mike Stainthorpe Groundworks & Fencing .............. 52 Robert Harrison & Sons .................................................... 77 S. Garrett................................................................................. 81 Starline Construction ........................................................ 76 Staydry Roofing & Building Maintenance ................. 81 Stormshield Roofing.......................................................... 81 Tom Keon General Building Contractor ................... 93 Warrior Woodworking ...................................................... 78 Yorkshire Loft Ladders ...................................................... 67 BUSINESS SERVICES Action Coach ........................................................................ 49 CAR & VEHICLE AB 4x4 Landrovers.............................................................. 91 Chips Away............................................................................ 90 CT Autos ................................................................................. 91 Cuts Tyres ............................................................................... 90 Easington Service Station ................................................ 88 Subaru at Stokesley Motors Ltd .................................... 89 Universal Garage ................................................................. 91 Whitby Tyre & Exhaust Centre ....................................... 89 CAR WASH & VALETING Kangaroo Hand Car Wash ............................................... 90 RJ Valeting ............................................................................. 90 CARE AND THE OLDER PERSON Esk Hall Residential and Respite Care Home ........... 25 MD Mobility .......................................................................... 26 Scarborough Mobility ....................................................... 29 Whitby Court Residential and Nursing Care Home ....27 CARPETS, FLOORS & CARPET CLEANING Drapers Carpets ................................................................... 59 Fletcher & Woodhouse ..................................................... 57 Mike Roper Carpet Cleaning .......................................... 66 Neil Robinson ....................................................................... 55 TLC Carpet Care ................................................................... 66 94

Whitby Carpet Cleaning................................................... 65 Whitby Carpet Cleaning Hard Floors .......................... 64 CHIMNEY SWEEPS Mucky Duck Chimney Sweep ........................................ 68 CLEANING & HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES Meadows Housekeeping ................................................. 92 SL Cleaning............................................................................ 64 COMMUNITY & LEISURE Birkbrow Leisure ................................................................. 88 Caring Together .................................................................. 31 Carr Mount Tipis .................................................................. 42 Coast & County Radio ....................................................... 6 Coastal & Country Coaches............................................. 39 Deepdale Cove ‘Langford’............................................... 5 Deepdale Cove ‘Catana’ ................................................... 7 Elvis in Concert .................................................................... 39 Eskape Whitby ..................................................................... 40 Green Lane Centre - Unit To Let ................................... 30 ‘How Your Garden or Outside Space can sell your property!’ .................................................... 44 Holey Molies ......................................................................... 8 Lythe Caravan & Camping Park..................................... 13 Mindful Meets ...................................................................... 16 ‘Photo Wizard’ Photo Restoration Service ................ 30 Prize Crossword ................................................................... 60 RNLI Tea Dance ................................................................... 30 Sky Trail ................................................................................... 41 The Great Seaside Vintage Fair...................................... 39 Whitby Library What’s On ............................................... 38 Whitby Library – volunteers needed .......................... 31 Whitby Beer Festival .......................................................... 40 Whitby’s Conservation Area ........................................... 30 Whitby Pavilion Digital Cinema .................................... 41 Whitby Rainbow Colour Run.......................................... 40 Whitby Town FC Gala Day ............................................... 41 COMPUTER, TECH & WEB DESIGN The Computer Centre ....................................................... 32 The Conversion Company Limited .............................. 33 Compu SOS .......................................................................... 50 CRAFTS PennyClare Furniture, Crafts & Gifts ............................ 4 Whitby Picture Framing .................................................. 93 CURTAINS & BLINDS Blinds 2000 ............................................................................ 57 Furnishing Fabrics .............................................................. 56 Priory Blinds .......................................................................... 56 Whitby Blinds & Shutters ................................................. 56 DENTAL The Denture Clinic.............................................................. 24 DOMESTIC APPLIANCE REPAIRS AN Repairs ............................................................................. 73 Keith Bedlington ................................................................. 73 Pennywise Appliances Ltd .............................................. 64 DRAIN SERVICES Steve Welford Drain Clearing......................................... 73 EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Learn Spanish ...................................................................... 92 1 Day portrait painting/drawing Class ...................... 92 ELECTRICIANS Handy Andy Electrical ....................................................... 72 Stakesby Electrical .............................................................. 72 Tony Barnes Electrical Contractor ................................ 72 FOOD AND DRINK Bayview Restaurant at the Cliffemount Hotel ........ 14 Co-op Whitby ....................................................................... 96 The Forge ............................................................................... 11 Indian Moments .................................................................. 10 Kam Thai................................................................................. 15 Runcible Spoon ................................................................. 14


The Inn on the Moor .......................................................... 13 The Stiddy .............................................................................. 13 Whitby Seafish ..................................................................... 12 The White House ............................................................... 12 FOOT HEALTH & PODIATRY Bev Allen at Whitby Podiatry Chiropody & Footcare .22 Kate Riley Podiatrist ........................................................... 22 Lindsay Ebbs Podiatry ....................................................... 23 Whitby Podiatry Chiropody & Footcare .................... 21 GARDENING, LANDSCAPE & FENCING Andy’s Tidy Gardens .......................................................... 53 Design-a-Landscape .......................................................... 51 Doors ‘n’ Gates ..................................................................... 52 ‘Everything Trees’ Tree Surgeons ................................ 53 Garden & Tree Services ..................................................... 51 Mike Stainthorpe Groundworks & Fencing .............. 52 North Yorkshire Sheds ...................................................... 54 Short Grass & Sides............................................................. 52 Simon Pearson Garden Maintenance ........................ 52 STS Tree Surgeons .............................................................. 53 Yorkshire Shed Company ................................................ 54 HAIR & BEAUTY Capellos ................................................................................. 17 Cheevers................................................................................. 16 Colour Me .............................................................................. 16 Harper Brown ...................................................................... 19 Kristys Salon .......................................................................... 19 Rhoobarb & Co..................................................................... 18 VIP’s Salon.............................................................................. 17 HEALTH & FITNESS Jamie Risato Clinical & Sports Massage Practitioner .... 24 Day Lewis Pharmacy.......................................................... 20 Slimming World .................................................................. 9 The Denture Clinic.............................................................. 24 JOBS TRAINING & VOLUNTEERING Captain Cook Memorial Museum ................................ 92 Church House ...................................................................... 92 Caring Together .................................................................. 31 Creative Support Ltd ......................................................... 31 DICE Recruitment Ltd........................................................ 92 John Broadwood & Sons Ltd ......................................... 92 Whitby Library...................................................................... 31 JOINERS Adam Stringer Joinery ...................................................... 78 Mike Brown Joinery Services .......................................... 78 Staydry Roofing & Building Maintenance ................. 81 Warrior Woodworking ...................................................... 78 LAUNDRY & LAUNDRETTE SERVICES SL Laundries.......................................................................... 66 LOCKSMITHS Acair Locks ............................................................................ 93 Julian Flint Locksmiths ..................................................... 80 MUSIC Phil Martin ............................................................................. 24 PAINTERS & DECORATORS Apex Traditional Decorators .......................................... 80 Glenn Beveridge.................................................................. 80 Lynn Fletcher ........................................................................ 80 Paintpots & Poppies .......................................................... 80 Steven Spreadbury............................................................. 80 PET & AGRICULTURAL SERVICES BATA......................................................................................... 85 Beck Veterinary Practice................................................... 87 Becks Vets article: ‘Rabbit Care’ ..................................... 86 Cleveland Country Store .................................................. 84 Fido’s at Millbry Hill ........................................................... 87 Millbry Hill .............................................................................. 87 Scruffy Pups .......................................................................... 87

PHOTOGRAPHY & IMAGING SERVICES Martin Woollett .................................................................. 92 Photo Wizard ....................................................................... 30 PICTURE FRAMING Whitby Picture Framing ................................................... 93 PLASTERERS Elvidge Renovation and Restoration .......................... 79 PJB Plastering ....................................................................... 76 Tom Jefferson Plastering ................................................. 80 PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICES Abbey Gas ............................................................................. 69 Amber Heating .................................................................... 71 Boilers Direct......................................................................... 70 East Coast Boilers ................................................................ 69 Heritage Stoves ................................................................... 71 John Scott Plumbing ......................................................... 68 Matthew Hodgson Plumbing and Heating .............. 68 More than Gas ...................................................................... 93 Nathan Alan Brown ............................................................ 70 Peak Power Systems .......................................................... 72 Q Plumbing ........................................................................... 68 Town & Country Fires ........................................................ 71 PRINTERS Bakers Printers ..................................................................... 28 REMOVALS, STORAGE & BUSINESS UNITS AR Storage ............................................................................. 82 Britannia-Devereux ............................................................ 46 Jet Removals ......................................................................... 46 Rocket Removals ................................................................. 46 Self Storage ........................................................................... 82 Whitby Removals ................................................................ 46 RETAIL & GIFTWARE PennyClare Furniture, Crafts & Gifts ............................ 4 Whitby Glass ......................................................................... 24 Youngs The Jewellers........................................................ 9 ROOFING CONTRACTORS Halls Building & Roofing .................................................. 81 Lawson Builders and High Access Ltd ........................ 77 Staydry Roofing ................................................................... 81 S. Garrett................................................................................. 81 Stormshield Roofing.......................................................... 81 SCRAP METAL, SKIP & WASTE SERVICES Noble’s Recycling................................................................ 83 RAF Reclamation ................................................................. 81 Selly Hill Scrap Metals ....................................................... 82 SOLICITORS AND LEGAL SERVICES Blacks Solicitors LLP ........................................................... 49 Noel Barrett Legal Services Ltd ..................................... 48 Pinkney Grunwells Lawyers LLP.................................... 47 TAXIS & PRIVATE HIRE Abbey Taxis ........................................................................... 93 Country Cars ........................................................................ 14 Esk Taxis ................................................................................. 93 TREE SURGEONS & TREE CUTTING Everything Trees.................................................................. 53 STS Tree Surgeons .............................................................. 53 TROPHIES/ENGRAVING, ETCHING & SIGNS Guisborough Trophy Centre .......................................... 93 Croft Cast Signs ................................................................... 93 TV REPAIRS/AERIALS John Lees Aerials................................................................. 73 Steve Shackleton ................................................................ 73 UPHOLSTERERS Alan Henderson Upholstery ........................................... 55 WINDOW CLEANING Clear Reflections.................................................................. 92 WINDOWS AND CONSERVATORIES Centurion Windows ........................................................... 74 Cowen Windows ................................................................. 75 95


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