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Welcome to our March issue Stephen Ault EDITOR

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www.whitbyadvertiser.co.uk Doesn’t time fly? It seems only like yesterday that we were preparing the February issue of the Whitby Advertiser and here we are going to press once again – this time with our March issue! A warm welcome as always to this this latest issue of our magazine which I hope you will enjoy, whether you are a local resident or business owner, or a visitor or holidaymaker to our wonderful town of Whitby and the amazing area that surrounds it. As I write this, the skies are overcast and rain is certainly on its way. The last few weeks have seen some atrocious weather – Storm Ciara followed quickly by Storm Dennis, and now many places throughout the country are suffering from terrible floods. Our thoughts go out to all those affected. Hopefully we will soon see the back of this unsettled weather and be able to welcome the arrival of spring with its brighter days and warmer weather. March is a busy month on the events calendar with St David’s Day on 1 March, St Patrick’s Day on 17 March, and finally Mother’s Day on 22 March. Don’t forget too that British Summer Time begins on Sunday 29 March.

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Deadline for advertisers: Friday 13th March

Clocks go forward one hour at 1am, making the evenings much lighter. Every month is a busy month for the team at the Whitby Advertiser as we search for new advertising opportunities to fill our magazine, squeezing as much as we can between the covers. You will find adverts from new businesses alongside our regular advertisers, and, as expected, many adverts have Mother’s Day in mind meals out, beauty packages and spa treatments to name just a few! Have a look and plan your treat to show your mum how much you love and appreciate her! The prize for our popular crossword this month is a lovely book called “A-Z of Whitby: Places-People-History” which has just been published and kindly donated by Amberley Publishing. Do have a go and you could win it! Distributing 24,000 copies every month throughout Whitby and the surrounding district, the Whitby Advertiser is the number one choice for local advertising. If you would like to advertise in next month’s issue, don’t delay - call us today! Have a great March folks!

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COMMUNITY NEWS

HUNT OUT THOSE LESSER-KNOWN FACTS AND HIDDEN GEMS IN THE A-Z OF WHITBY!

‘A-Z of Whitby’ is the latest book about our lovely town to be published by Amberley Publishing’ and forms part of their popular A-Z series. The authors are Ian Thompson and Roger Frost who also authored a revealing book about Whitby called ‘Secret Whitby’ back in 2016. ‘A-Z of Whitby’ delves into the history of Whitby, revealing interesting and significant moments. It highlights well-known landmarks, famous residents and digs beneath the surface to uncover some of the lesser-known facts about Whitby and its hidden gems.

This beautiful book is crammed full of delightful photographs and will appeal to both residents of and visitors to Whitby, and anyone else with an interest in the town. It is priced at £14.99 and can be found on the shelves of many local bookshops and visitor centres in and around Whitby.

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Why not support your local bookshop and pick up a copy today at Whitby Bookshop on Church Street (Tel. Whitby 606202) and Holmans Bookshop on Skinner Street (Whitby 602372). A copy of the book is also the prize up for grabs in our prize crossword this month – just turn to page 88, complete the crossword then either email or post the mystery words hidden in the crossword along with your name, address and contact telephone number and if correct we will enter you in the draw!


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Dining Out Guide

INSIDE OF WHITBY 1 2 3 4 5 6

Indian Moments The Met Rusty Shears Abbey Wharf Whitby Deli White Horse & Griffin

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Trenchers Restaurant The Magpie Cafe The Walrus of Whitby The Star Inn The Harbour Kam Thai The Orlop Restaurant

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Cosa Nostra Marine Hotel / Moon & Sixpence The White House Saxonville Hotel The Board Inn Bothams of Whitby

OUTSIDE OF WHITBY 19 The Stiddy 20 The Hare & Hounds 21 Captain Cook Inn, Staithes 22 The Cod & Lobster, Staithes 23 Steam Cafe, Grosmont 24 Pennyclare Tea Rooms 25 The Inn On The Moor 26 Cliffemount Hotel 27 The Mallyan 28 The Forge, Aislaby 29 The Falcon Inn 9


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COMMUNITY NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE NURSE AND MIDWIFE CAMPAIGN North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Groups support the ‘International Year of the Nurse and Midwife’ campaign NHS Hambleton Richmondshire and Whitby, NHS Harrogate and Rural District and NHS Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are backing a national initiative, hosted by NHS England and NHS Improvement, which aims to showcase and celebrate nursing and midwifery. The ‘International Year of the Nurse and Midwife’ will run throughout 2020 and is a chance to recognise the incredible work nurses and midwives do across health and social care. Throughout the year, the three North Yorkshire CCGs will be encouraging nurses and midwives across the county to share their stories highlighting how they have made a difference to people’s lives and celebrate their achievements. Chief Nurse for the three North Yorkshire CCGs, Sue Peckitt, said: “We have an amazing and diverse nursing and midwifery workforce in North Yorkshire and having had the pleasure of working alongside nursing colleagues for a number of years, I appreciate how hard they work and know they do everything they can to get the best possible York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is outcomes for patients. showing support by running a campaign featuring “Being a nurse is a very rewarding and fulfilling 20 nurses and 20 midwives - details can be found career and I encourage all of our local nurses to on the Trust’s website: https://www.yorkhospitals. share their experiences to showcase the brilliant nhs.uk/news-amp-media/international-year-ofthe-nurse-and-midwife-2020/ work that they do for patients and the public.” Any stories shared by nurses and midwives will be hosted on the NHS England and NHS Improvement website. For information on how to share a story, visit: https://www.england.nhs.uk/publication/ nursing-people-stories-template/

Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust (TEWV) and Harrogate and District NHS foundation Trust (HDFT) are planning Year of Nurse and Midwife activities and this information will be available on the North Yorkshire CCGs websites once finalised.

NHS England and NHS Improvement will also be If you are interested in becoming a nurse, search hosting an event at York Racecourse on 29 April to ‘nursing careers’ today, there are hundreds of showcase innovation in nursing across the country. opportunities to start a career in the field. 16


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Prize Crossword Enter our prize crossword draw to win....

This fully illustrated book takes you on a fascinating A-Z tour of Whitby. Starting with ‘Abbey’ and finishing with ‘Zig Zag’ you will discover many secrets and surprises about the history, places and people that makes the town what it is today.

A-Z of Whitby

by Ian Thompson & Roger Frost

Complete the crossword then rearrange the marked letters to form the answer to the clue.

The clue this month is: ''Have the last dance with this former Turnbull boss" (5,4)

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1 5 8 9 10 11 13 14 17 20 22 25 26 27 28 29 To enter the prize draw please post or email the mystery hidden word(s), with your name, address & telephone number by 13/3/20 to: Whitby Advertiser, Green Lane Centre, Whitby, YO22 4EH, North Yorkshire. Email: crosswords@whitbyadvertiser.co.uk

(Please note, we only accept one entry per household). The winner will be announced in next month’s issue.

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RESIDENTIAL AND RESPITE CARE C A R E T H AT ’ S R I G H T F O R YO U Esk Hall is a majestic, yet homely, Georgian mansion house surrounded by manicured gardens and busy wildlife. Nestled at the foot of the Esk Valley it overlooks the winding River Esk and the passing steam trains on the Pickering to Whitby line. Our residents are at the heart of everything we do at Esk Hall. We make it our mission to provide the highest level of care in a comfortable, stimulating and safe environment that truly is a home–from–home.

C A R E YO U C A N T R U S T We provide a broad range of quality personalised care options tailored to an individual’s holistic needs, with a keen focus on improving overall health, wellbeing and quality of life. At Esk Hall, we offer a wide variety of activities, facilities and services. To find out more about these visit our website: fishercaregroup.co.uk/esk-hall

COME AND VISIT US We understand it can be a difficult decision to move into a care home, our experienced team are more than happy to talk this through with you and answer any questions you may have.

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What's On Guide WEEKLY & MONTHLY EVENTS

WHITBY MUSEUM & PANNETT ART GALLERY At Pannett Park Museum’s new exhibition: ‘Chronicles of Curiosities’ featuring artistic works by ceramicist Layla Khoo together with items from the Museum’s collection which inspired her. Runs until 3 July. Opening times: 9.30am-4.30pm Tues – Sun. Closed Mon. Last admission: 4.00pm. Tel: 01947 602908. Museum admission: £5.00 adults, £3.50 students. Whitby residents (proof needed) & under 17s: Free. Pannett Art Gallery admission: free to all. Museum Tea room Open from 10am Tues-Fri inclusive WHAT’S ON AT WHITBY PAVILION Tickets for events are available online at www. whitbypavilion.co.uk, through the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Whitby Pavilion Box Office. All tickets prices shown are ticket face value. Service/facility charge and handling fees applies to online / telephone bookings. FRIDAY MARCH 6 BACK TO THE 80’s PARTY with Martin Kemp from Spandau Ballet. Starts 7.30pm. Early bird tickets available for £16 with no booking fee – see www. solidentertainments.com or call 01472 349222 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. FRIDAY MARCH 13 JACK OFF THE BEANSTALK. Billed as ‘a gigantic chopper you’ve been gagging for’ …. ooerrr missus!! Adult panto for 16+ only. Tickets £18. Starts 8pm. SATURDAY MARCH 14 THE HISTORY OF ROCK. A celebration of music through the decades! Iconic music brought back to life by an exceptional 8-piece band – includes some original footage too of the artists. Starts 7.30pm.Tickets £19.50. FRIDAY MARCH 20 MUSIC HALL IS HERE AGAIN! For one night only – a packed programme of music, song, dance and comedy from the Friends of Whitby Pavilion Band and a host of local performers. Starts 7.30pm. Tickets just £8.00. SATURDAY MARCH 21 THE SIXTIES INVASION TOUR. A magical rollercoaster ride featuring hits from the 60s and early 70s. Doors open 7.00pm, show starts 7.30pm. Tickets £24.50. FRIDAY MARCH 27 BIG COUNTRY. A stunning catalogue of the 1980’s band’s hit songs. Remember their massive worldwide hit ‘In a Big Country’? Show starts 7.30pm in the Northern Lights Suite. Tickets: £22.50. 36

SATURDAY MARCH 28 LET’S MOVE 2020! The Hannah Verity Dance Studios is back with an explosion of dance talent from students aged 5-16 showcasing their passion for dance in a range of dance styles including musical theatre, dance, jazz and lyrical. Shows at 1.30pm & 7.00pm. All tickets £8.50 inc. facility fee. THE ESKDALE FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS. This is a competitive event for Speech and Drama and Music which will showcase some the best musicians in the area. Events will be held at the Spa Pavilion Theatre in Whitby. Exact timings depend on the number of entries for the competition. March 3-4 Speech and Drama from 9.30am-4.00pm. March 5-6 Music for secondary school pupils from 9.30am-4.00pm. March 7 March Band Competition from 10.00am2.00pm. March 9-11 Music for primary school pupils from 9.30am-4.00pm. March 14 Boyes Gala Concert from 6.30pm-late. (Also Saturday 18th April: National Choir Day 12.00 noon-8.00pm. CINEMA AT WHITBY PAVILION’S DIGITAL CINEMA Ticket prices: Adults: £6.00 / Children: £5.00 / Friends of Whitby Pavilion: £5.50 / Family of 4: £22. Tickets available at the door but pre-booking in person or via 01947 824766 is advised. NB Prices shown are ticket face value. Facility fee applies. 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. A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD (PG) Friday 28 February 7.30pm; Sunday 1 March 7.30pm; Monday 2 March 2.30pm; Tuesday 3 March 7.30pm. DOLITTLE (PG) (Running Time 1hr 41mins) Friday 6 March 7.30pm; Saturday 7 March 2.30pm; Sunday 8 March 2.30pm; Tuesday 10 March 7.30pm; Wednesday 11 March 7.30pm. EMMA (U) (Running Time 2hrs 4mins) Sunday 22 March 7.30pm; Monday 23 March 2.30pm; Tuesday 24 March 7.30pm; Wednesday 25 March 7.30pm; Thursday 26 March 7.30pm. WHITBY FILM SOCIETY AT THE COLISEUM Doors open 7.15 pm, curtain up 7.45pm. Entrance: £6.00. Light refreshments available. THURSDAY 5 MARCH Foxtrot (15) (Israel, 2017: 114mins) The story of how the mother and father of a soldier who died in combat attempt to cope with his death,


What’s On listings are free for charities and local community organisations. For commercial businesses, a small charge of £20 per listing applies. but the father’s world quickly spins out of control. A compelling family tragedy played out in three acts. THURSDAY 19 MARCH Everybody Knows (15) (Spain 2018: 133 mins) A riveting kidnapping thriller and whodunnit. A daughter disappears at a family wedding and as attempts are made to find her, the effects of the crime between the remaining family members surface – old grudges, new cracks in relationships. Billed as an extremely watchable film. THROUGHOUT THE MONTH Whitby Whalers U3A NB Please check the U3A website at www.u3asites.org. uk/whitby for activities and group meetings taking place alternate weeks or monthly. Every Monday Play Reading and various Walking Groups. Every Tuesday Embroidery, Beginners and Advanced Line Dancing, Mah-Jong, Recorder, Tai Chi & Drama. Every Wednesday Art, Bridge, Beginners French, Keep Fit, Latin in Line, Patchwork and Quilting, Singing and Yoga. Every Thursday Canasta, Easy Exercise, History, Meditation and Relaxation, Ukulele Beginners, Ukulele, Whaler Band & Mah-Jong. Every Friday Arts and Crafts, Sequence Dancing and Sugar Craft. MONDAY-FRIDAYS

Community Room, St Hilda’s Business Centre on the Ropery. It’s a total stress buster! Quiz Night at Turnbull Bar, Whitby Town FC, Upgang Lane. Starts 8.30pm. £1 entry per person. Cash prizes & free nibbles! Charity quiz night last Wednesday of month. 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 Kidz Klub 4.00-5.30pm for children 7-12 years old at Salvation Army, St. Peter’s Court Whitby. For more info contact Major Pat Charlesworth 01947 603773. Whitby Friends on Friday Dementia Forward's wellbeing café for people living with dementia and their carers. From 1pm-3pm at Ruswarp Village Hall. £4 including soup and a roll. Volunteers needed to help out at the café too! Call 03300 578592 or email info@ dementiaforward.org.uk for further information. Ballroom, Latin and Sequence dancing Sleights Village Hall, 8.15 pm -10.30 pm. Social dancing for all abilities. £3.25 per person. For more information contact Jane on 01947 811783 or 07971606360. EVERY SUNDAY Whitby & District Astronomical Society Observing Night at the Bruce Observatory, Caedmon School Normanby site. Weather permitting Starts 7.00pm (1,8 & 15 Mar) and 7.30pm (22 & 29 Mar). Further details: http://www.whitby-astronomers.com or call Mark Dawson on Whitby 605516.

EVENTS THIS MONTH

Coliseum Centre, Internet Cafe £1 per hour. Printing, Scanning, Photocopying. Open 9am to 5pm Monday SUNDAY MARCH 1 to Friday. EVERY TUESDAY Sunday worship service at the Salvation Army, Card Making Class & Craft Club 1.00-3.00pm at St. Peter’s Court Whitby with the Scarborough Youth Salvation Army, St. Peter’s Court Whitby. For more Group. Starts 2pm.For more information contact information contact Major Pat Charlesworth 01947 Major Pat Charlesworth 01947 603773. 603773. TUESDAY MARCH 3 EVERY WEDNESDAY Bay/Thorpe Crafters meet alternate Tuesdays at Bible Study 12 noon at Salvation Army, St. Peter’s Wibury, Mount Pleasant North, Robin Hoods Bay, Court Whitby. For more information contact Major Pat 9.30am to 12noon. All welcome. Charlesworth 01947 603773. Coffee Morning 10.00-11.30am at the Salvation Army, Coffee and Crochet at Mr Cooper’s Coffee Shop, St. Peter’s Court Whitby. For more information contact Church St. 10.00am-12 noon. Bring your own hooks & Major Pat Charlesworth 01947 603773. yarn. Learn or teach, make lovely crochet items to sell Veterans Support Whitby Social Lunch Group. Join for Whitby Lifeboats. us for chat, bite and banter. Victoria Garden Centre Whitby Community Choir. If you are based in or 12noon-2pm. For more info call Harry on 01947 600263 around Whitby, come and join our fabulous choir of / 07716 698008 or Steve on 01947 601159 / 07551 lovely people! It’s from 7.15pm-9.15pm at the WHISH 190309. 37


Got an event coming up? Email us: info@whitbyadvertiser.co.uk Whitby & District Astronomical Society Monthly Meeting Room H1 Caedmon College Normanby Site. Starts 7.30pm. Further details: http://www.whitbyastronomers.com or call Mark Dawson on Whitby 605516.

Bishopton Veterinary Group). 7.45pm start. The Stables at Cross Butts, Whitby YO21 1TL. Members & guests welcome. Event contact: Joyce Stangoe, Secretary, WDDG. Mob: 07733 615650.

Yorkshire Country Women's Association, Sleights Branch meet Sleights Village Hall 2pm. Speaker: Tony Nicholson "Secrets of the Attic" Pt 1. Book exchange, Free Jigsaw Library at the Coliseum, Whitby (James raffle, tea and biscuits, good company. Guest and Cook Theatre behind the café)10.30am-12.30pm. & members warmly welcomed. For further details 1000+ jigsaws! Jigsaw donations welcomed. Further contact our secretary on 01947 811827. details: 07743 725586. Hinderwell W.I. Meeting 7.00 pm St Hilda’s Old School, Glaisdale WI Esk Valley Luncheon Club. First Hinderwell. Mr Alan Chape will present an illustrated Wednesday of every month at Ley Hall, Lealholm. £5 talk: -” A walk through the Pyrenees to Santiago pp for set 2-course lunch served 12.30pm. Call Ruth da Compostela”. Comp. - Members are invited to (01947) 897217 to book at least 2 days before. create an item beginning with the letter “O”. We are Quiz night at Conservative Club, Upgang Lane always delighted to welcome new members. Visitors raising funds for Whitby Bowling Club. £5 pp to welcome, admission £4.00 includes refreshments. For include supper. Teams 4/5. Starts 7.30pm. All welcome. further details please ring 01947 840343. Whitby Town Football Club Sportsman’s Dinner TUESDAY MARCH 10 WEDNESDAY MARCH 4

at the Victoria Hotel, Robin Hood’s Bay. For further Coffee Morning at St Hilda’s Church, West Cliff the second Tuesday of each month at 10.30am. All information contact Martin Hart on 07949 840899 welcome. THURSDAY MARCH 5 Whitby Library ‘Readings & Relaxation’ 4.30The Empty Chair Bereavement Group meets at the 6.30pm Take time out for yourself and celebrate Coliseum 1.30-3.30pm. For more information contact International Women’s Day (8th) with a relaxing Pat Charlesworth 01947 603773. mindfulness session, tea & biscuits and inspiring Whitby Photographic Society. St. Johns Ambulance readings from Whitby Library Writers Group. Limited Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7pm. Graeme Clark space so please book early. Tel. 01609 534350 or email will present ‘Photographing Natural Things’. Non- whitby.library@northyorks.gov.uk members welcome, £2. Aislaby Y.C.A. meeting in Aislaby Parish hall at 2pm - a

social afternoon with chat & games. Visitors welcome. For details call Pam on 810628. Coffee Morning at St John’s Church Brunswick St on the first Saturday of each month. Starts 10am. All Ruswarp W.I. meeting. Ruswarp Village Hall 7.00pm. Speaker: James Fearnley ‘Natural Bee Products’. Comp: welcome. ‘Something beginning with the letter U’. Ruswarp Whitby Library Giant Sculpture Workshop, 10am WI meets every second Tuesday in the month. New to 12 noon. Join the wonderful artists from Animated members welcome. Further details: Tel: 604042. Objects making a giant sculpture to support Armed WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 Forces Day. All ages welcome, just drop in. Tel. 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks.gov.uk for Aislaby Y. C. A. meeting in Aislaby Parish Hall at 2pm. This will be the Annual General Meeting followed by a more details. Faith Tea. Non-members welcome. For details call Pam ‘The East Cleveland Barn Owl Nest Box Network’. on 01947 810628. Speaker: Kate Bartram (Tees Wildlife). Whitby Whitby in Bloom meeting Abbey View Cafe, Victoria Naturalists’ Club meeting at the Normanby Room, Farm Garden Centre, Whitby 3pm. Everyone welcome Whitby Museum, Pannett Park. Starts 2pm. All - get involved, catch up on our plans, help ensure that welcome. £1 members, £2 others. Whitby always Blooms! Meetings second Wednesday MONDAY MARCH 9 of each month. Whitby Dairy Discussion Group. Future-proofing Quiz night at Conservative Club, Upgang Lane Your Herd - the Role of Genomics and YAS Future raising funds for Whitby Cricket Club. £5 pp to include Farmers of Yorkshire by Neil Eastham (Vet & Partner, supper. Teams 4/5. Starts 7.30pm. All welcome. SATURDAY MARCH 7

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You can also view our What’s On listings online at whitbyadvertiser.co.uk THURSDAY MARCH 12

Glaisdale WI Open Meeting. Robinson Institute, Glaisdale. ‘Jet Set Folk Dancers’: a talk and demonstration of dances with an opportunity to j oin in one of the dances Competition: A jet black artifact. For more info, visit https://glaisdalewi.weebly.com, e-mail Sue Thompson on suethompson222@gmail. com, call 01947 897351.

TUESDAY MARCH 17

Bay/Thorpe Crafters meet alternate Tuesdays at Wibury, Mount Pleasant North, Robin Hoods Bay, 9.30am to 12noon. All welcome.

‘The History of Pub Signs’ by Martin Dove. Whitby Antique & Fine Arts Society meeting 7.30pm at Whitby Rifle Club, West Cliff Sports Ground, Crescent Avenue, YO21 3EW. Guests very welcome - £3 on the Whitby Photographic Society. St. Johns Ambulance door. Meetings every third Tuesday of the month. Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7pm. ‘Thornton’ and ‘Lambert-Smith’ Trophy evening. Non-members Coffee Morning 10.00-11.30am at the Salvation Army, St. Peter’s Court Whitby. For more information contact welcome, £2. Major Pat Charlesworth 01947 603773. SATURDAY MARCH 14 ‘Let’s Talk about Poo!’ at Goathland Village Hall 10.00am-4.00pm. Come and find out about toilet twinning at this fun-packed event held by St Mary’s Church Goathland! Games galore, quiz and toiletrelated craft-making! All proceeds to Tear Fund.

‘March to the Beach’. Whitby Beach Sweep at 11.30am. Meet Tate Hill Sands. All welcome. Please bring own litter picking equipment if possible & wear sensible footwear. Check social media before you set off if possible. For more info email whitbybeachsweep@gmail.com or see info Whitby Beach Sweep Facebook page. Soup and Sweet Lunch at St Hilda’s Old School, Hinderwell 12 noon –2.30 pm. Adults £5.00, children £2.50. Coffee or Tea with a homemade biscuit available for a small donation. Vegetarian and Gluten free options. Please come and join us for a delicious lunch of homemade soups & sweets. Proceeds to the continuing work in St Hilda’s Church. ‘Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll – the Microsporidia’. Speaker: David Minter (Chairman, WNC). Whitby Naturalists’ Club meeting at the Normanby Room, Whitby Museum, Pannett Park. Starts 2pm. All welcome. £1 members, £2 others. MONDAY MARCH 16 ‘The History of a Family Business: Broadwood & Sons Ltd. Pianofortes’ presented by Dr Alastair Laurence. Whitby Civic Society lecture at The Coliseum, Whitby 2pm. Refreshments available. Entrance is £1 for members with members card, £3 for non-members. Members please bring your membership cards. Refreshments available. MONDAY - SUNDAY MARCH 16-22

Whitby Library Shakespeare Week Test your knowledge of the Bard and his works with our anagram quiz trail. Enter our prize draw to win the mystery prize! Tel. 01609 534350 or email whitby. library@northyorks.gov.uk for more details.

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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. ‘Making Waves’. Talk in the Normanby Room at Whitby Museum. The Museum’s shipping curators explain more about our shipping collection and the stories behind it. Starts 2.15pm, free to Lit & Phil members, non-members £2.00. Domino Drive 7.00pm at The Grosvenor Hotel, Robin Hoods Bay, entry is £2.00 per person and there will be a raffle, all welcome. Raising funds for Fylingdales W.I. THURSDAY MARCH 19

Whitby Photographic Society. St. Johns Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7pm. Dave & Sheila Coates will present ‘Roaming About’. Non-members welcome, £2. SATURDAY MARCH 21

Whitby “WHALER" U3A Coffee Morning. St. John Ambulance Hall, Back St Hilda’s Tce. Held third Saturday of each month 10.00am- 11.30am. Whitby Naturalists Lecture and Project Launch: Scott Wicking will give a talk on Whitby Swifts to mark the launch of a project aimed at stopping the decline in swifts numbers in Whitby. Normanby Room, Whitby Museum. Starts 2pm. All welcome. £1 members, £2 others.

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Whitby Flower Club meeting in Sleights Village Whitby Dairy Discussion Group AGM at the Black Hall, at 2pm. Marion Hinchley will be demonstrating Bull Ugthorpe. For further details please contact: Joyce "Everything in Two's". Non-members very welcome, Stangoe, Secretary, WDDG. Mob: 07733 615650. admission £4. TUESDAY MARCH 31 Domino Drive hosted by the President & members of Hinderwell W.I. at St Hilda’s Old School 7.00pm for Bay/Thorpe Crafters meet alternate Tuesdays at 7.30pm. Admission £2.50 to include refreshments. All Wibury, Mount Pleasant North, Robin Hoods Bay, welcome. Proceeds to The Defibrillator Appeal for Port 9.30am to 12noon. All welcome. Mulgrave and Whitby DAG. Coffee Morning 10.00-11.30am at the Salvation Army, St. Peter’s Court Whitby. For more information contact WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 Major Pat Charlesworth 01947 603773. Friends of Pannett Park Open Meeting at 4pm in the 'Tea on the Green' in the schoolroom at Hawsker Normanby Room of Whitby Museum. All welcome. Charity Quiz Night at Turnbull Bar, Whitby Town FC, Methodist Church from 2.00-4.00pm last Tuesday of Upgang Lane. Starts 8.30pm. £1 entry per person. every month. Fairtrade tea and coffee, homemade cakes and a friendly chat! Also free second-hand Cash prizes & free nibbles! uniform service for Hawsker-cum-Stainsacre School! Quiz night at Conservative Club, Upgang Lane raising funds for Whitby Regatta. £3.50 pp to include nibbles. Teams 4/5. Starts 7.30pm. All welcome. THURSDAY MARCH 26

Whitby & District Ladies Lunch Club. Luncheon at The Saxonville Hotel, Ladysmith Aven 12 noon for 12.30pm. Talk: "Great Yorkshire Men" by Tim Tubbs followed by a Raffle. If you would like to join our friendly group as a new member, or just come along as a guest, please contact Hilda Gregson on 01947 821591 for further information. Lunch must be booked no later than Tuesday 24th March. Cost of 3-course lunch +Tea/Coffee: £19. Bingo at the Coliseum, Whitby 2.00-4.00pm. All welcome. Café open. Whitby Photographic Society. St. Johns Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7pm. Keith Hildreth presents ‘Kenya Revisited’. Non-members welcome, £2. FRIDAY MARCH 27

Coffee Morning at Whitby Conservative Club. Held last Friday of every month. 10.30am-12 noon. Coffee, cakes, chat, book exchange. All welcome. SATURDAY MARCH 28

Concert in aid of 'The Source of Light School', Mubende, Uganda. Various artists. Starts 3pm. Admission £5. Tea, cake & raffle. St John's Church, Brunswick Street, Whitby. Saltburn Blues Club presents ‘Deep Blue Sea’ at Saltburn Cricket Club with ‘When Rivers Meet’ (bit of a water theme going on here!) Tickets £10 from Milos Cafe Saltburn, www.yorkshireticketshop.co and 07960 935263. 40

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NORTH YORKSHIRE FAIRY TALES AND MERMAID TORIES

THE MERMAIDS WHO CURSED STAITHES... There are two ‘merfolk’ stories just up the coast from Whitby. The different ways in which the villagers of Staithes and Skinningrove treated their merfolk is always of interest and was perhaps of ‘moral’ value at the time when the yarns were woven and set down. In Staithes, following a storm, two mermaids were found struggling and exhausted just inside the harbour. The local folk, known then as ‘Steersars’, gathered about to haul them out. They were beautiful, dark skinned creatures, with shimmering ‘fish’ tails but quite naked from the waist up. They had long, golden hair which tumbled about their shoulders and covered their modesty when necessary. One had shining eyes of misty blue, the other eyes of shimmering green mist, opal eyes, that lured people in and many a Steersar lad had trouble breaking off from her bewitching gaze. The story goes that the mermaids were caught up in nets and hooked up in a kipper smoking shed so that people could come in and have a peer at them. They were treated harshly, some said more by the women than the men, which may have been out of jealousy, for Staithes lasses, in general, have never been renowned as ‘lookers’. Groups of people would crowd in and gawp at them as though they were exhibits in a freak show, the women scorning at them, the lads poking at them with sticks through the netting, jeering at their nakedness. The beautiful mermaids said very little and bore their indignities with grace. They were fed on waste fish bits and potato peelings, a far cry from the fresh oysters and grilled lobster they were used to back home beneath the waves. The locals grew bored with their exotic prisoners and after a few months the villagers were not quite sure what to do with them. Every few days or so the mermaids were allowed out of the shack to bathe in the shallow rock pools along the nearby beach, led there under the careful watch of a couple of local fishermen. How the lovely maidens managed to make a bolt for it back into the open ocean is not quite clear. One version says 42

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that one of the kipper shed lads had fallen in love with the green eyed mermaid, and falling prey to her gentle whispering he deliberately let them slip back away into the harbour. Other versions say the Steersars had simply become careless and were having a pipe and beer at the harbour side tavern, where the locals would gather and gossip. Whatever, the two mermaids made it away out into the harbour and back into the open ocean. As the mermaids swam away the locals waved their fists and gnashed their remaining teeth. The blue eyed mermaid rose up on her beautiful tail above the waves and lay a curse upon the village. She sang out:

‘The sea shall force to Jackdaw’s Well And all you fools shall go to hell! The mermaids then disappeared beneath the waves, never to be seen or heard of again, much to the lifelong sadness of one kipper smoking youth. Jackdaw’s Well was a place quite far inland and the stubborn Steersars mocked at the curse. Sure enough though, a great storm came up and under black skies the ocean raged right up the river, washing away many cottages, smashing away the cliffs where the well bubbled so that the well was no more. Thus the lay of the mermaid’s curse had come about. The shape of Staithes was changed forever, and the Steersars have always been suspicious of strange looking foreigners ever since, although it’s reckoned they are much more welcoming to strangers and visitors these days. Steersars well remember that tumultuous night which saw the ruin of the bottom village. Whenever the wind is up and the breezes are blowing they pat on their stomachs and whisper ‘It’s the mermaid’s revenge!’ Most of the locals live on the top of the hill now, leaving the little cottages and narrow streets about the harbour to holiday makers, second home incomers and tourists. It’s said that on full moon nights the ghost of the kipper lad can be seen sitting out on the edge of the harbour, hunched over in his hooded coat, eyes peeled out to sea, yearning for one more glimpse of his mermaid’s mesmeric eyes.


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OIL PAINTING COURSE. 10  weeks  at  the  Green  Lane  Centre,  Whitby.    Starts  21st  April,  10.00-1.00pm  or  1.30-4.30pm,  £150.  Beginners  or  advanced  very  welcome.  Qualified, experienced, professional artist/ tutor.  Contact Anne Moses: asvisualskills@gmail. com or tel. 07811419835 (leave a message) VOLUNTEERS WANTED

VOLUNTEER RECEPTIONISTS REQUIRED at  Church  House  Centre,  Flowergate  Whitby.  Hours  to  suit.  Subject to satisfactory DBS check.  Please call Sammy or Claire on Whitby 821761 for further information. WHITBY FRIENDS ON FRIDAY  seeks  volunteers  for  their  Dementia  Forward’s  wellbeing  café  for  people  living  with  dementia  and  their  carers  at  Ruswarp  Village Hall on Fridays afternoons. Call 03300 578592 or email info@dementiaforward.org.uk for further information.

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Bespoke picture framing using quality frames,  mounts & picture glass. Tel: 07909 694035 | www.whitbyframing.com £40 BOILER SERVICE. GAS FIRES SERVICED £35. LANDLORD CERTIFICATES £55. Keith, More than Gas. Tel: 07828 913989 or 01947 661407. Gas Safe No. 225407. GUISBOROUGH TROPHY CENTRE.   All  sports  catered  for.  Engraving to any item.  Brass plates available. Tel: 01287 630990. 2020 catalogue now available. ENGRAVING & LASER ETCHING SERVICE  for  stainless  steel, brass and other materials.  Also signs made.  Tel: 01947 880550. www.croftcastsigns.co.uk. Email: info@croftcastsigns.co.uk


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INDEX

ACCOUNTANTS & ADMIN SERVICES Asquith & Co ......................................................................... 44 ACCOMMODATION & PROPERTY SERVICES Yorkshire Cottages ............................................................. 46 Yorkshire Holiday Home Management ..................... 47 APPLIANCE REPAIRS/SALES: DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL Newlove Repair Service Ltd ............................................ 70 Keith Bedlington ................................................................. 70 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES AL Turner & Associates ..................................................... 44 BATHROOMS & KITCHENS David Kent Kitchens .......................................................... 54 Gibson Cabinet Makers .................................................... 50 MKM Kitchens ...................................................................... 53 3Ways Kitchens & Bedrooms ......................................... 52 BEREAVEMENT SERVICES G.R. Pinder Monumental Mason ................................... 32 John Corner Funeral Services ........................................ 32 BICYCLE REPAIR Dr Cranks ................................................................................ 82 BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Anderson Builders .............................................................. 76 Doors ‘n’ Gates ..................................................................... 72 East Coast Handyman ....................................................... 71 Elvidge Renovation & Restoration ............................... 74 Endeavour Property Services ......................................... 74 Lawson Builders and High Access Ltd ........................ 75 Martyn Cana Building & Roofing .................................. 74 Mike Stainthorpe Groundworks & Fencing .............. 65 PJ Plastering.......................................................................... 76 Robert Harrison & Sons .................................................... 75 S Garrett Building and Roofing Contractor ............. 76 Staydry Roofing & Building Maintenance ................. 76 Stormshield Roofing.......................................................... 76 Waring Building & Roofing Ltd...................................... 77 Warrior Access ..................................................................... 76 Warrior Woodworking ...................................................... 72 Yorkshire Coast Handyman Service ............................ 71 Yorkshire Loft Ladders ...................................................... 55 BUSINESS COACH Ros Jones................................................................................ 47 CAR & VEHICLE Classic Cars Wanted ........................................................... 7 CT Autos ................................................................................. 82 Cuts Tyres ............................................................................... 84 Easington Service Station ................................................ 83 Subaru at Stokesley Motors Ltd .................................... 85 Universal Garage ................................................................. 83 Whitby Tyre & Exhaust Centre ....................................... 84 CAR WASH & VALETING Kangaroo Hand Car Wash ............................................... 83 RJ Valeting ............................................................................. 82 CARE AND THE OLDER PERSON Allcare Mobility Aids .......................................................... 32 MD Mobility .......................................................................... 30 Caring Together .................................................................. 33 Day Lewis Pharmacy.......................................................... 27 Esk Hall Residential and Respite Care Home ........... 31 Scarborough Mobility ....................................................... 29 Whitby Court Residential & Nursing Care Home .........28 CARPETS, FLOORS & CARPET CLEANING Drapers Carpets ................................................................... 51 Fletcher & Woodhouse ..................................................... 57 Mike Roper Carpet Cleaning .......................................... 61 Neil Robinson ....................................................................... 56 TLC Carpet Care ................................................................... 60 94

Whitby Carpet Cleaning .................................................. 59 Whitby Carpet Cleaning Hardfloors ............................ 61 CHIMNEY SWEEPS CleanSweep .......................................................................... 60 Mucky Duck Chimney Sweep ........................................ 60 CLEANING & HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES Meadows Housekeeping ................................................ 92 SL Cleaning............................................................................ 61 COMMUNITY & LEISURE ‘A-Z Whitby’ .......................................................................... 6 Caring Together ................................................................. 33 Carr Mount Tipis .................................................................. 41 Classic Cars Wanted ........................................................... 7 Coast & County Radio ....................................................... 78 Day Lewis Pharmacy.......................................................... 27 Deepdale Cove .................................................................... 5 East Cleveland Storage ..................................................... 80 The Endeavour Experience Whitby ............................. 12 Keith Gilpin ............................................................................ 58 ‘The Mermaids Who Cursed Staithes’ ......................... 42 Prize Crossword ................................................................... 24 Safer Communities............................................................. 18 Useful Numbers ................................................................... 82 Whitby Library What’s On ............................................... 40 Whitby Library Volunteers Needed ............................. 14 Whitby Pavilion/Whitby Digital Cinema ................... 36 COMPUTER, TECH & WEB DESIGN The Computer Centre ...................................................... 34 The Conversion Company Limited .............................. 35 Compu SOS .......................................................................... 49 COURSES/WORKSHOPS Keith Moss Photography ................................................ 4 CRAFTS PennyClare Furniture, Crafts & Gifts ............................ 3 Whitby Picture Framing .................................................. 92 CURTAINS & BLINDS Blinds 2000 ............................................................................ 57 Priory Blinds .......................................................................... 58 Whitby Blinds & Shutters ................................................. 58 DENTAL Solis Dental Studio ............................................................. 26 The Denture Clinic.............................................................. 26 DRAIN SERVICES Steve Welford Drain Clearing......................................... 60 ELECTRICIANS Handy Andy Electrical ....................................................... 71 Stakesby Electrical .............................................................. 71 FOOD AND DRINK Botham’s of Whitby ........................................................... 11 Co-op Whitby ....................................................................... 96 The Forge .............................................................................. 10 Indian Moments .................................................................. 15 Kam Thai................................................................................. 13 The Met ................................................................................... 43 The Orlop Restaurant ........................................................ 12 Whitby Seafish ..................................................................... 6 The White House................................................................. 14 FOOT HEALTH & PODIATRY Bev Allen at Whitby Podiatry Chiropody & Footcare... 22 Kate Riley Podiatrist ........................................................... 22 Lindsay Ebbs Podiatry ....................................................... 25 Whitby Podiatry Chiropody & Footcare .................... 23 GARDENING, LANDSCAPE & FENCING Andy’s Tidy Gardens .......................................................... 63 Doors ‘n’ Gates ..................................................................... 72 ‘Everything Trees’ Tree Surgeons ................................. 65


Garden & Property Services ............................................ 64 Gary Paxton ‘Short Grass and Sides’ ............................ 64 Mike Stainthorpe Groundworks & Fencing .............. 65 North Yorkshire Sheds ...................................................... 62 Simon Pearson Gardening Maintenance .................. 64 STS Tree Surgeons .............................................................. 65 Windlebridge Garden Nursery & Tearoom ............... 63 Yorkshire Shed Company ................................................ 62 HAIR & BEAUTY Capellos ................................................................................. 21 Colour Me .............................................................................. 20 The Fringe .............................................................................. 20 Harper Brown ....................................................................... 18 Julie’s Mobile Hairdressing ............................................ 90 Kristy’s Skin Clinic & Beauty Room ............................... 19 VIP’s Salon.............................................................................. 21 HEALTH & FITNESS Day Lewis Pharmacy.......................................................... 27 Jamie Risato Massage Practitioner ............................ 26 The Denture Clinic.............................................................. 26 JOBS TRAINING & VOLUNTEERING Church House ...................................................................... 92 Whitby Library .................................................................... 14 JOINERS Mike Brown Joinery Services .......................................... 72 Staydry Roofing & Building Maintenance ................. 76 Warrior Woodworking ...................................................... 72 LAUNDRY & LAUNDRETTE SERVICES SL Laundries.......................................................................... 58 LOCKSMITHS Acair Locks ............................................................................ 93 LOGS/FIREWOOD Logs & Firewood ................................................................. 66 Mulgrave Estate................................................................... 66 MUSIC Phil Martin ............................................................................. 8 PAINTERS & DECORATORS Craig Sumner Painting & Decorating.......................... 79 Glenn Beveridge.................................................................. 79 Lynn Fletcher ........................................................................ 79 Paintpots & Poppies .......................................................... 79 Steven Spreadbury............................................................. 79 PET & AGRICULTURAL SERVICES BATA......................................................................................... 87 Beck Veterinary Practice................................................... 90 Becks Vets article: ‘Who says you cant ....................... 90 teach an old dog new tricks!?’ Bones of Loftus .................................................................... 88 Brackenhill Kennels and Cattery ................................... 91 Cleveland Country Store .................................................. 86 Millbry Hill .............................................................................. 91 Whitby Pet Shop ................................................................. 89 PHOTOGRAPHY & IMAGING SERVICES Keith Moss Photography ................................................. 4 Whitby Advertiser’s ‘Photo Wizard’ ............................. 14 PICTURE FRAMING Whitby Picture Framing .................................................. 92 PLANT HIRE & GROUNDWORKS Mike Stainthorpe Groundworks & Fencing .............. 65 PLASTERERS Elvidge Renovation and Restoration .......................... 74 Paul Mann ............................................................................. 72 PJ Plastering.......................................................................... 76 Tom Jefferson Plastering ................................................. 76

PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICES Abbey Gas ............................................................................. 67 Amber Heating .................................................................... 68 East Coast Boilers ................................................................ 67 John Scott Plumbing ......................................................... 69 More than Gas ..................................................................... 92 Nathan Alan Brown ............................................................ 69 Pawletts .................................................................................. 4 Peak Power Systems .......................................................... 68 Q Plumbing ........................................................................... 68 Town & Country Fires ........................................................ 66 TRD Heating Ltd .................................................................. 68 PRINTERS Bakers Printers ..................................................................... 8 REMOVALS, STORAGE & BUSINESS UNITS AR Storage ............................................................................. 80 Britannia-Devereux ............................................................ 48 East Cleveland Storage ..................................................... 80 Jet Removals ......................................................................... 48 Neil’s Removals/Alan & Karen Charman – a notice ...... 8 Rocket Removals ................................................................. 48 Whitby Removals ................................................................ 48 RETAIL & GIFTWARE Aldi............................................................................................ 17 Co-op ....................................................................................... 96 PennyClare Furniture, Crafts & Gifts ............................ 3 Whitby Glass ......................................................................... 8 Whitby Pet Shop ................................................................. 89 ROOFING CONTRACTORS Halls Building & Roofing .................................................. 76 Lawson Builders and High Access Ltd ........................ 75 Staydry Roofing ................................................................... 76 S Garrett Building and Roofing Contractor ............. 76 Stormshield Roofing.......................................................... 76 Warrior Access ..................................................................... 76 SCRAP METAL, SKIP & WASTE SERVICES Noble’s Recycling................................................................ 81 SOLICITORS AND LEGAL SERVICES Noel Barrett Legal Services Ltd ..................................... 44 Pinkney Grunwells Lawyers LLP.................................... 45 SURVEYING Close Granger Gray & Wilkin Building Surveyors .... 44 Michael Forster MRICS ...................................................... 44 TAXIS & PRIVATE HIRE Abbey Taxis .......................................................................... 93 Country Cars ........................................................................ 32 TREE SURGEONS & TREE CUTTING Everything Trees.................................................................. 65 STS Tree Surgeons .............................................................. 65 TROPHIES/ENGRAVING, ETCHING & SIGNS Guisborough Trophy Centre ......................................... 92 Croft Cast Signs ................................................................... 92 TV REPAIRS/AERIALS John Lees Aerials & Satellites ......................................... 70 Shackletons ......................................................................... 70 UPHOLSTERERS Alan Henderson Upholstery ........................................... 56 WEDDING SERVICES Keith Moss Photography ................................................. 4 Whitby Wedding Cars ....................................................... 8 Carr Mount Tipis .................................................................. 41 WINDOWS AND CONSERVATORIES Centurion Windows ........................................................... 71 Cowen Windows ................................................................. 73 Sefton Trowsdale Double Glazing .............................. 72 95


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