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Whitby Advertiser

APRIL 2018

Stephen Ault Spring is here and the weather is slowly improving with the welcome return of warmer temperatures and pleasant sunny days EDITOR

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Dining Out Kettleness Tea Parlour Eskdale Inn - A Place To Visit Brewers Celebrate Bella's Luxurious Service What's On Property Q&A Moving Home Survival Tips Prize Crossword Monthly Veterinary Advice Line Ads Index

– hopefully we have seen the last of the snow now! As we emerge from what has been a rather cold and long winter, it is nice to see the beauty of gardens and the surrounding countryside - daffodils, crocuses and abundant new life in the hedgerows. It is such a joy to see, as is seeing our popular magazine, the number one choice for advertising in Whitby and the surrounding district, distributed far and wide throughout the area each month. I hope that you will enjoy this April issue of the Whitby Advertiser - whether you are a resident or business owner, or a visitor or holidaymaker to the area, I am sure that you will find something of interest as you browse the following pages. April is certainly a busy month on the events calendar as it starts with Easter weekend, then there is St Georges Day which is celebrated on Monday 23 April, closely followed by the Spring Whitby Goth Weekend which is from 27 to 29 April. We mustn’t forget that the month starts with a special day too, April Fool’s Day, with its usual practical jokes, pranks, hoaxes and fake news items – will you fall victim to one this year?

Here at the Whitby Advertiser, we have no time to fool around as we are always busy seeking advertising opportunities and items of interest to fill our magazine each month. As always, we have squeezed in as much as we possibly can in this issue for you. You will find adverts from businesses both old and new, and everything you can possibly think of from bedrooms to bathrooms, childrenswear to crafts, and TV repairers to tree surgeons. There is also a handy index at the back to help you find what you are looking for. A number of our advertisers are promoting Easter gifts, events and meals so do take a look and see what is on offer. Our ‘What’s On’ pages have plenty of ideas to help you plan your Easter break too. Our prize crossword continues to be very popular with many entries as always last month. Could you be our lucky winner this month? Don’t let the opportunity pass you by - get the kettle on, make a brew, and have a go! The prize on offer is a fabulous Mastercard £25.00 gift card kindly donated by Nick and his team at Hendersons Sales & Letting Agents of Flowergate. The Whitby Advertiser – the number one choice for advertising in Whitby and the surrounding area, distributing 23,000 copies doorto-door. If you are a business and would like to advertise in next month’s Whitby Advertiser, don’t delay – give us a call today and let us bring business to your door. Have a great April folks!

Copyright © Whitby Advertiser Ltd No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted without permission in writing from the publisher. Requests for permission or further information should be addressed to the publisher. Published by Whitby Advertiser Ltd, Green Lane Centre, Green Lane, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO22 4EH. Company No: 05736318 | VAT No: 979 2029 82 All information in this magazine is published in good faith and cannot be reproduced without written permission. Whilst the publisher makes every effort to ensure that the businesses featured in this magazine are of the highest quality, we do not guarantee the services and products from any businesses featured. No liability will be accepted under any circumstances should any of the contents in this magazine be incorrect. Any complaints should be referred to Trading Standards, NYCC. The views expressed within the articles are not necessarily those of the publisher. All rights reserved. Front cover picture courtesy of pixabay.com


Maintenance Person & Housekeepers required - top rates of pay and benefits MAINTENANCE PERSON

We need a good all-round maintenance person to work par t-time to look after our cottages. Ideally candidates will live in Whitby or nearby and be flexible time-wise - a lot of the work can be at the weekend during the changeovers. A good knowledge and experience of working across the trades is essential. HOUSEKEEPERS

We’re looking for additional housekeepers to look after our luxur y cottages as we continue to grow. Ideally applicants will be mature, happy to work to high standards and have good attention to detail; previous experience is not necessar y - if you have your own home and are house-proud, you’ll know how to do the job! - however we do provide training. Also, applications from husband and wife teams are welcome, for light maintenance/gardening work on selected proper ties. Our changeover days are Fridays and/or Saturdays and for shor t breaks, Mondays. The hours are between 10am and 3pm. The cottages are in Whitby and Sandsend so you must own a car ; you may wish to take on one cottage or be able to work more days and look after several. If you’d like to work with a friendly, successful team, we’d love to hear from you. PAY M E N T & B E N E F I T S

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Top rates of pay and bonuses Regular briefing sessions including annual event at Raithwaite Hall Free short break at one of our luxury properties Year-round work

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KETTLENESS TEA PARLOUR - A BEAUTIFUL 1940’S TEA ROOM

Step back in time at Kettleness Tea Parlour situated in the lovely Kettleness village, just west of Runswick Bay. The Cleveland Way footpath passes through the village and there is a beautiful remote cove which is well-known amongst fossil hunters and is one of the most productive locations on the Yorkshire coast. The Tea Parlour can be found in a former coastguards house accessed directly from the Cleveland Way. The tea rooms are 1940s themed and full of character and personality with music, songs and décor from a by-gone era, and friendly and inviting staff in period dress all adding to the atmosphere. There is outside seating with excellent views over Runswick Bay with its unsurpassed scenery, natural beauty, peace and tranquillity. Locally sourced food and drink is offered, all lovingly made for locals and visitors from afar. Bed & breakfast is also available in the adjoining Sleeping Dragon.

From freshly made light breakfasts to traditional afternoon tea parties, Marie and her lovely team aim to make your visit as pleasant and as tasty as possible! A beautiful location which is dog-friendly and ideal for families, walkers, cyclists and romantic breaks – why not visit today for delicious homemade baking or light snack all in a setting that is quintessentially 1940s English. Open 7 days a week 9.00am to 5.00pm.

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A PLACE TO VISIT... THE ESKDALE INN

The Eskdale Inn is a beautiful and traditional Free House in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Close by the river Esk flows past the bottom of the beer garden and quoits pitches. A pretty view over the fields next to the river is towards the picturesque village of Castleton. The Castleton railway station is just a very short walk away and the pub is on the new Coast-to-Coast route. The Landlady Clare is rightly proud of her establishment and a warm welcome is guaranteed to well behaved pets and children! Regular events at the pub include charity pool teams for the Esk Valley Lifeline for local good causes, and quoits teams in the summer. Volunteers for both teams are very welcome. There is a Quiz Night every Sunday evening. Clare has an excellent, regularly updated menu catering to all tastes, embracing the ‘Good Pub Grub’ ethos. Anyone with dietary requirements is advised to call ahead. In term times two children under age ten eat free when accompanied by two paying adults.

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The kitchen is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 12 noon to 8.30pm. Sunday lunches are available from noon to 5pm and you are well advised to book. Portions are renowned for their generosity and desserts include a secret recipe sticky toffee pudding to die for! As a Free House Clare is able to have many guest beers rotating regularly from the Helmsley Brewery and other microbreweries in the local area and her prices are extremely reasonable. If you have a particular event that needs catering for Clare is very skilled at providing buffets or memorable menus in order to make your special day complete. So for the very best in good pub food and drink make the Eskdale Inn a place to visit in the near future...


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BREWERS CELEBRATE 250 YEAR OLD HISTORICAL ACHIEVEMENT!

In 1768, the intrepid explorer and navigator Captain James Cook set sail on an epic voyage on HMS Endeavour. Successfully commanding his crew past the unpredicatable waters of the South Pacific island of Tahiti. Continuing his exploration, Cook circumnavigated and mapped the uncharted coastline of New Zealand, before sailing beyond the edge of the map to claim Australia for the British Crown.

To mark the 250th anniversary of the beginning of this land mark voyage, a new gin ‘Endeavour’ is a fitting homage to Captain Cook’s first voyage and the discovery of new horizons!

The idea was initially born when Drs Lynette and Mike Bandeira purchased the Captain Cook Brewery & White Swan in 2016 and took full management control in July 2017.

They then subsequently purchased the Bay Horse in Hutton Rudby in August 2017 and in parallel agreed with the owners, John & Stuart Toovey, of the Stokesley Brewing Company / Wainstones Brewery to move their brewery into the Bay Horse which was completed in October 2017.

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• Emily meets Emily - as per tradition the Copper Still is named ‘Emily’ after Emily Farman , Manageress of the White Swan as all stills have ladies names. They formed in November 2017 a company called Spirit of Captain Cook Limited. In December all 4 attended a 3 day distilling course and having refurbished the former brewery based on the Terry Dicken Industrial Estate in Stokesley commenced experimentation on a stainless steel still and then onto a Copper Alembic for 3 months. After looking at all the variables as they were using 10 botanicals and using different maturation times and controlling temperatures they hit upon the version of the recipe they and their band of testers liked. In parallel they decided on using Endeavour as a brand name as Captain Cook Brewery has a beer called Endeavour. The first new product to be launched this month is Endeavour, First Voyage , a 42% ABV gin hand crafted in small batches utilising 10 botanicals including heather tips from the North Yorkshire moors.

The brewers plan many other gins, as well as vodkas, rums and liqueurs which will follow in the future.

For more information, please visit their forthcoming website, due to be live for the end of April: www.captaincookdistillery.co.uk. You can also contact John in sales on 07885240226.


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A LUXURIOUS SERVICE AWAITS YOU AT BELLA’S

Bella’s is a newly established, specifically designed, purpose built and lavishly equipped Salon offering quiet and luxurious surroundings on the outskirts of town with ample parking and close to the beach. The owner, Beverley Winspear, (pictured left) trained at Redcar College whilst her colleagues Michelle Brown (pictured top right) and Rachel Weatherill (pictured top left) are graduates of the Contemporary Academy. The girls at Bella’s will give you a warm welcome, whether you are a new or an existing client.

Bella’s is the only local Salon currently offering their time-limited customers Instant Highlights from L’Oréal in under one hour which will give a gorgeous, brightened and sun-kissed appearance to your hair. You could buy a gift voucher for a loved one’s birthday or simply as a treat. So, why not treat yourself to a pampered experience at Bella’s - experts in providing you an exclusive hair service with a luxury finish. Why not indeed..! To make an appointment please call 01947 820859 or simply call in to see them in the salon at Mulgrave Road, Whitby YO21 3JS

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What's On April WEEKLY & MONTHLY EVENTS

EVERY DAY »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Holy Mass (Traditional Rite). St Ninians Church Baxtergate. Monday - Friday 10.30am; Saturday & Sunday 10.00am. For further information see notices in Church porch or call Whitby 603013. MONDAY-FRIDAYS »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Coliseum Centre, Internet Cafe £1 per hour. Printing, Scanning, Photocopying. Open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. WHITBY MUSEUM, PANNETT PARK»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Opening times: 9.30am-4.30pm Tues – Sun. Closed Mon except Bank Holidays. Last admission 4.00pm. Admission: £5.00 adults, £3.50 students. Whitby residents (proof needed) & under 17s Free. Exhibition Gallery: ‘Woodsmith to the World – The Story of the Polyhalite Project’ -runs until the end of May. Costume Gallery: ‘Piers, Promenades & Picnics – Seaside costumes 1860-1960 plus local beach photographs & cine film’ - runs until the end of the year. Tea room open 10am-3.30pm on Tues, Weds & Thurs throughout March. 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. Early Man (PG) (89 mins) Friday 30 March: 2.30pm; Saturday 31 March: 2.30pm; Sunday 1 April: 2.30pm and Monday 2 April: 2.30pm. Tad The Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas (PG) (85 mins) Sunday 1 April: 11.00am; Tuesday 3 April: 2.30pm; Wednesday 4 April: 2.30pm and Thursday 5 April: 10.00am. The Shape of Water (15) (123 mins) Monday 2 April: 7.30pm; Tuesday 3 April: 7.30pm; Wednesday 4 April: 7.30pm and Thursday 5 April: 12.00 noon. Peter Rabbit (15) (95 mins) Friday 6 April: 11.00am & 2.30pm; Saturday 7 April: 11.00am & 2.30pm; Sunday 8 April: 11.00am & 2.30pm; Monday 9 April: 11.00am & 7.00pm; Tuesday 10 April 2.30pm & 7.00pm and Thursday 12 April: 11.00am. Finding Your Feet (12a) (111 mins) Friday 6 April: 7.30pm; Saturday 7 April: 7.30pm; Sunday 8 April: 7.30pm and Monday 9 April: 2.30pm. Tomb Raider (12a) (122 mins) Sunday 15 April: 2.30pm; Monday 16 April: 7.30pm; Tuesday 17 April: 7.30pm and Thursday 19 April: 7.30pm. Wonder Wheel (12a) (101 mins) Saturday 21 April: 7.30pm; Sunday 22 April: 2.30pm; Monday 23 April: 7.30pm and Wednesday 25 April: 7:30pm Mary Magdalene (12a) (120 mins) Saturday 21 April: 2.30pm; Sunday 22 April: 7.30pm; and Tuesday 24 April: 7.30pm. 34

EVERY MONDAY»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Back to Netball Whitby. Lose weight, develop the body's cardiovascular system, improve muscle tone. A gentle re-introduction to the sport for women of all ages. All abilities welcome. No previous experience needed. Normanby Site, Caedmon College Whitby 7pm-8pm. Age 14+. Cost: £2.00. Further info from jody.ivel@englandnetball.co.uk or call 07540 127400. Pre-School Dance for 2 years and upwards. At Whitby Coliseum 4.00 to 4.45pm. £3.00 per child. No need to pre-book – just turn up. Term-time only. All classes by Barbara Benson-Smith. Senior Examiner of the UKA. For further info please call Whitby 603229. Whitby 6-a-side football league. At Caedmon School. Free registration. Games played in 40-min time slots. Every Monday night 7-10pm under floodlights. Astroturf pitch with FA Referees. Price: £28 per team per week. http://footballmundial.com/ leagues/view/317/whitby-6-a-side-league Computer drop-in session at Whitby Coliseum 2.00-4.00pm. Computer queries, help with tablets, laptops etc. Tel: Whitby 825000 for further details. EVERY TUESDAY »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Tea Dances with Ray Kirk. Northern Lights Suite, Whitby Pavilion. £3.75 per person. A friendly social dance session with a mixed dance programme and the opportunity to make requests. Recorded music from 1.30pm, Live music from 2pm. EVERY WEDNESDAY »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Computer classes for beginners at Whitby Coliseum 10.00 -11.30am & 2.00 - 3.30pm. £5 per lesson. Tel: Whitby 825000 for further details. ‘Move It or Lose It’ class at West Thorpe Stakesby Road Whitby 10.30am. £3.50 per person. For more details call Nicola on 01947 821302 / 07851 747250. Carpet Bowls at Hawsker Village Hall 2.30pm 4.30pm. Phone Ernie 01947 880150 or Ruth 01947 880800. EVERY THURSDAY »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Pilates class every Thursday 6.30pm - 7.15pm at Castleton Village Hall. Friendly class suitable for all abilities - don't worry if you've never tried Pilates before! For more information phone Pilates instructor Anne on 07921 312130. EVERY THURSDAY »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Burlesque: Whitby Sauce Society. Fitness classes that focuses on building self-esteem and body confidence. Every Thursdays at the Rifle Club. 6.00 - 7.30pm. Tel: 074321 34856 for more details. EVERY FRIDAY »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Sleights Art Group Each Friday afternoon at the Sleights’ village hall 1.30pm to 3.30 pm. Informal


Find the most up to date What’s On online at whitbyadvertiser.co.uk and friendly art sessions – with help and guidance from professional artist Dave Jeffery. For further info contact Dave on 01947 821832, email djart@ mypostoffice.co.uk or visit www.davejeffery.co.uk

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SUNDAY - TUESDAY APRIL 1-3 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» ‘Ladies Down Under’ at Whitby Pavilion Theatre. Whitby Amateur Dramatic Society presents a sequel to the hit play Ladies’ Day, following the fortunes of Pearl, Jan, Shelley & Linda as they head to Australia. Doors open 7.00pm, show starts 7.30pm. Tickets £8 (under 14s £7) available online at www. whitbypavilion.com, by calling the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Pavilion Box Office 10am- 4pm. (Opening performance Saturday 31 March 7.30pm). MONDAY APRIL 2 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Danby Antiques & Collectors Fair, Danby Village Hall, 10am - 4pm. Ceramics, glassware, books & pictures, bric-a-brac, vintage, jewellery and small furniture on sale. Homemade refreshments. Admission 50p in aid of local charities. TUESDAY APRIL 3 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Magic Mike’s Easter Eggstravaganza. Join Magic Mike & friends for 2 hours of Easter magic treats, lots of audience participation and family fun this Easter holiday! At Whitby Spa Pavilion Complex. Doors open 1.30pm; show starts 2.00pm. Tickets £7 available online at www.whitbypavilion.com, by calling the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Pavilion Box Office 10am-4pm. Afternoon Tea Dances. Join Jane and John at The Spa Hotel in Saltburn on the 1st Tuesday of every month. Ballroom, Latin and Sequence dances. Dances from 2pm to 4.30pm. £3.00 per person. All welcome. More info contact Jane 01947 811783. WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Friends of Pannett Park Easter event 11am 1.30pm at Pannett Park. Stalls, games, a competition and treasure trail. All welcome. Children to be accompanied by an adult please. Quiz Night at the Conservative Club on Upgang Lane in aid of Fight4Whitby. 7.30pm start. Teams of 4 or 5. £5 pp to include buffet supper. Afternoon Tea Dances. Join Jane and John at the Met Ballroom in Whitby on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. Ballroom, Latin and Sequence dances. Dances from 2pm to 4.30pm. £3.00 per person. All welcome. More information contact Jane 01947 811783. Free Jigsaw Library. 10.30am-12.30pm at the Coliseum, Whitby (James Cook Theatre behind the

café). 1000+ jigsaws! Jigsaw donations welcomed. Further details: 07743 725586. THURSDAY APRIL 5 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Whitby Photographic Society. St Johns’ Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7.00pm. Ivor Robinson, ‘My View’. Non-members always welcome. £2. ‘Groping for Words’ by Sue Townsend. Just Happy to be Here Theatre Co. performs a comedy play about an adult literacy evening class run by the middleaged and well-meaning Joyce. At Whitby Pavilion Theatre. Doors open 7.00pm; starts 7.30pm. Tickets £10 (£9 concessions) available online at www. whitbypavilion.com, by calling the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Pavilion Box Office 10am-4pm. An Evening of Clairvoyance at the Coliseum with Gillian Gilbert 7pm-8.30pm. Admission £5.00. Proceeds to Charity. SATURDAY APRIL 7 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Music on the Moor - Richard Grainger in Concert. Sleights Village Hall. Starts 7.00pm. Tickets: £8 (£6 concessions) from www.wegottickets.com/ event/431779. Contact: Jeanette Grainger. Email: jeanette-grainger@gmx.co.uk. Tel: 07449 641000 SUNDAY APRIL 8 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Dippy Craft & Gift Fair at Fylingdales Village Hall YO22 4DA. Robin Hoods Bay. From 10.00am-4.00pm. Great fair with around 23 stalls and cafe. Free entry MONDAY APRIL 9 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Sneaton YCA meeting at Kirkham Close Court. Starts 7pm. Margaret Williams ’Samaritans’. Competition: Something beginning with the letter S. New members welcome. Visitors £2. Contact Ruth for details Whitby 880800. Whitby Dairy Discussion Group meets 7.45pm, The Stables at Cross Butts, Guisborough Road, Whitby YO21 1TL: “Growing a Business” Martin Evans, Farmer. TUESDAY - THURSDAY APRIL 10-12 »»»»»»»»»»»»» Whitby InterActive Easter Playscheme for 5 to 11 year olds at Stakesby School. £30 per child. Art and craft, games, music, drama and special events. Places must be booked in advance at the InterActive office, 1 The Archway, Skinner Street, Whitby 01947 601269. WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Free Jigsaw Library 10.30 a.m.-12.30 p.m. at Staithes Co-op, 5 Whitby Road, Staithes TS13 5AL. Variety of jigsaws. Jigsaw donations welcomed - for collection tel. 07743 725586. WCA Quiz Night at the Conservative Club on Upgang Lane hosted by Peter Craggs. £5 per team. £3 for curry supper. 35


Got an event coming up? Email us: info@whitbyadvertiser.co.uk Whitby in Bloom meeting at the Dalewood Centre, Chomley Way Whitby at 3pm. Everyone welcome come along and get involved, catch up on our plans and help ensure that Whitby Blooms! Meetings held the second Wednesday of each month. THURSDAY APRIL 12»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Fundraising Domino Drive at: Sneaton Village Hal: Entry £3 includes Tea or Coffee. Raffle. Fun for all the family. Starts 6.30pm. Whitby Photographic Society. St Johns’ Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7.00pm. Henriette Byrne, ‘Picture Postcards’. Non-members always welcome. £2. SATURDAY APRIL 14 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Spring Dance featuring Jump, Jive ‘n’ Wail.: a sixpiece band guaranteed to make the joint swing. Danby Village Hall. Starts 8pm Music from the 30s, 40s & 50s. Kick off the evening with an opportunity to learn a short, fun dance routine. Period dress optional. Licensed Bar. Tickets £12.50 include Ration Bag available from 01947 897587 or Glaisdale, Lealholm and Danby village shops. A Friends of Esk Valley Theatre fundraising event Music Hall is Here Again! Join Friends of Whitby Pavilion for a Fabulous Feast of Melody and Mirth with a packed show celebrating the good old days of music hall and variety. At Whitby Pavilion Theatre. Doors open 7.000pm; starts 7.30pm. Tickets £8 (£7 Friends of Whitby Pavilion) available online at www. whitbypavilion.com, by calling the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Pavilion Box Office 10am-4pm. SATURDAY - SUNDAY APRIL 14-15 »»»»»»»»»»»»»» Follow the Seagulls Charity Walk. 50 miles. 2 Days on Foot. A 2-day long distance walk along the coastal paths and across the heather moorlands of North Yorkshire raising money to help support people in the UK with a brain tumour. For more info, please visit www.braintumour50.com/yorkshire. SUNDAY APRIL 15 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Musicport Sunday Lunchtime Open Mic sessions 1pm - 4pm in the relaxed family friendly atmosphere of Whitby Pavilion's cafe. Free admission. TUESDAY APRIL 17 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Whitby Antique & Fine Arts Society ‘Hands on History’ by Malton Museum Volunteers. Starts 7.30pm at the Green Lane Centre. Guests very welcome - £3 on the door. Meetings every third Tuesday of the month. WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Afternoon Tea Dances. Join Jane and John at the Met Ballroom in Whitby on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. Ballroom, Latin and Sequence dances. Dances from 2pm to 4.30pm. 36

£3.00 per person. All welcome. More information contact Jane 01947 811783. Steptoe & Son. Relive some of the finest misadventures of father and son Albert & Harold in this brand-new adaptation by Hambleton Productions. At Whitby Pavilion Theatre. Doors open 7.00pm; starts 7.30pm. Tickets £12 (£10 Concessions) available online at www. whitbypavilion.com, by calling the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Pavilion Box Office 10am-4pm. Free Jigsaw Library. 10.30am-12.30pm at the Coliseum, Whitby (James Cook Theatre behind the café). 1000+ jigsaws! Jigsaw donations welcomed. Further details: 07743 725586 Legend – The Shadows Tribute Band. An evening of pure nostalgia! At Whitby Pavilion Theatre. Doors open 7.00pm; starts 7.30pm. All tickets £8 available online at www.whitbypavilion.com, by calling the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Pavilion Box Office 10am-4pm. THURSDAY APRIL 19»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Whitby Photographic Society. St Johns’ Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7.00pm. Annual Competition Evening. Digital Images, subjects ‘People at Work’, ‘Something Beginning with ‘B’ and ‘Wheels’. Non-members always welcome. £2. The Whitby & District Conservative Ladies Luncheon Club’s 50th Anniversary special luncheon at the Saxonville Hotel, 12pm for 12.30pm. £17 per person. Join us for this celebration by contacting Maggie James on 01947 228184 before noon Tuesday 17th April. Past members and visitors welcome. SATURDAY APRIL 21 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Whitby “WHALER" U3A Coffee Morning. St. John Ambulance Hall, Back St Hilda’s Tce. Held third Saturday of each month from 10.00am-11.30am. SATURDAY - SUNDAY APRIL 21-22 »»»»»»»»»»»»»» Dippy Giant Craft & Gift Fair. Northern Lights Suite Whitby Pavilion. Around 50 varied stalls, free entry and cafe. From 9.30am-4.30pm. MONDAY APRIL 23 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Whitby Flower Club meeting Sleights Village Hall at 2pm. Nicola Davies-Murray will be demonstrating "Oh What A Colourful Day". New members and guests very welcome, admission £3. For details call Monica on 604881 or Margaret 603297 WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Free Jigsaw Library 10.30 a.m.-12.30 p.m. at Staithes Co-op, 5 Whitby Road, Staithes TS13 5AL. Variety of jigsaws. Jigsaw donations welcomed - for collection tel. 07743 725586


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For further details of any of these events, please call in at the library on Windsor Terrace, tel: 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks.gov.uk CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE LIBRARY? - The library will come to you. Free deliveries for Housebound users. STORY TOTS - Stories, songs and rhymes are back in full swing! Every term time, Tuesday 2.15- 3pm. IT HELP - Help with all your computer problems. Tuesday 2pm - 4pm, Thursday (2 sessions) 10am - 12pm & 2pm - 5pm & Friday 10am - 12pm FAMILY HISTORY HELP - Stuck researching your family tree? Help is at hand! Thursday 2pm - 4pm OIL PAINTING TASTER SESSION. 10am - 12am. Thursday 19th April Free, limited places available. BUDDING WRITER? Beginner Writing Workshop with Libby Pearson. 10-12am Thursday 26th April.

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YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED ON BUYING & SELLING PROPERTY

Whitby property lawyers Amy Arnold and Rachel Blandford-Newson answer your questions on buying and selling residential property. Q: What should I think about when choosing a solicitor? A: It’s always wise to invest in a qualified conveyancing solicitor. Look for LEXCEL and the Quality Conveyancing Scheme accreditations – the firm will be registered with the Law Society, follow strict standards and be experienced in property transactions.

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Compare quotes like for like - does the price include VAT and charges for searches, bank transfers, land registry fees, stamp duty and any extra work that may be required? Also, consider the type of property you are buying. New builds can be more complicated. Many city based or online firms won’t be familiar with certain types of rural properties or local ‘oddities’ such as Old Whitby Leasehold, rights of way etc. They may see them as major issues and charge accordingly! Will you be able to get in touch with your solicitor as and when you need to? Knowing what is happening and when can go a long way towards easing some of the stress that comes with moving house. Q: Why does the process take so long?

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OUR TOP SURVIVAL TIPS TO MOVING HOME!

Article courtesy of Charlotte Whitehead Hendersons Estate Agents, Whitby

Moving house is often thought to be one of the one most most stressful things someone will do in their lifetime. Once your offer is accepted, the bulk of the conveyancing has been done, and you reach the point of knowing when exchange and completion are going to happen – you’re then faced with the dreaded prospect of packing. It’s safe to say you underestimate how much you own until you begin to try to squeeze all your worldly possessions into cardboard boxes. We thought we’d help out with a few tips: • The ‘One year rule’ when sorting through items ask yourself – have I used this / worn this / even looked at this – in the past 12 months? If the answer is ‘no’ then it likely doesn’t need to come with you. It is a good idea to get rid of as many non-essentials as possible ready to make a fresh start and move onto a new chapter. Be ruthless!.. • What to do with items you no longer want Selling items which you are not going to take with you online could contribute towards buying new items. Car boot sales are another option and charity shops always welcome donations. ‘The British Heart Foundation’ will collect all kinds items for free (including sofa’s, tables, beds, TV’s, clothes, books, DVDs ..etc..) Call their Scarborough store 01723 821608 for more information. • Pack in Order – This may sound very obvious advice – but packing your least essential items first, and packing your most-used items last, is a very sensible idea indeed. Boxsets, Xmas decorations and knick-knacks won’t be missed a few weeks before your big move. Clearly labelling boxes, as you pack, will mean you can unpack in a logical order when you reach your new home. • Free packing materials – When you are paying for boxes the cost can soon start to add up – especially as you are likely to need quite a few. Shops are often happy to give away their empty boxes for free. Save bubble wrap and polystyrene peanuts from bits and bobs you buy online ready 48

to re-use and newspaper is great for wrapping around crockery, cutlery..etc... Also packing smaller items inside larger items helps to protect them and saves space. QUICK FIRE TIPS: • Stop buying food a week before your moving date (to avoid the guilt of throwing perfectly decent food away) • De-frost the fridge one day before you move and give it a good clean • Pack heavy items into smaller boxes and lighter items into larger boxes (have you ever tried carrying a large box of books?) • Put together a mini cleaning kit ready for having a good wipe around after your boxes have been lifted out of the property • Zip-lock sandwiches bags are unbelievably handy for tiny items such as screws, brackets, door-knobs..etc.. • Make job number one, when you get to your new place, making your bed. Even if the house turns into a mess of belongings, cardboard and plastic bags it will be nice to climb into bed at the end of a long day of unpacking (without hunting around for your pillows and bedding) • Pack a little overnight bag. If you don’t get everything unpacked in one day – then having a bag with your toiletries, laptop, spare set of clothes..etc.. will be a godsent.


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WANTED! ALL EQUESTRIAN EQUIPMENT INCLUDING SADDLES, BRIDLES, DRIVING HARNESS, HORSEBOXES, ANY HORSE-DRAWN VEHICLES, COMPLETE OR NOT. ALSO HORSES BOUGHT FOR CASH. Must have passports. Instant decision, instant cash. Tel: 01947 840040/ 07885 090911. WANTED TO BUY OR RENT. GRAZING LAND SUITABLE FOR HORSES. Must be well fenced and with water. Cash paid phone 07885 090911

FILM CAMERAS AND LENS WANTED. Turn your

unwanted items into cash and let someone get the use out of them. Tel: 07454 286443.

TAXI • PRIVATE HIRE AIRPORT • CONTRACT

01947 606666 / 01947 601212 enquiries@abbeytaxis.org www.abbeytaxis.org ACCOMMODATION

ACCOMMODATION REQUIRED FOR APPRENTICES. Bed, breakfast and evening meal. Guaranteed payments. Contact Anne at the Whitby Fishing School on 01947 825871.

JOBS

CHEERFUL, HARD-WORKING SELF-EMPLOYED CLEANERS WITH AN EYE FOR DETAIL REQUIRED. Competitive hourly rates. Apply Yorkshire Cottages 17 Skinner Street Whitby. Tel: 01947 820272.

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EASTSIDE COMMUNITY CENTRE IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO SUPPORT THE CENTRE AND THE LOCAL COMMUNITY. Please come and share any skills and experience you have in IT/office work, maintenance, gardening, catering and more with us

For more information, please call Lisa on 01947 820999 or email lisa.eastsidecommunitycentre@gmail.com

BRIGGSWATH & SLEIGHTS METHODIST CHURCH Organist/pianist required

Following the relocation of our present organist, we are seeking an organist/pianist to accompany our weekly Sunday morning services. We currently use the ‘Singing the Faith’ hymn book. Also, for occasional weddings and funerals by agreement. We have a 2-manual pipe organ recently upgraded from tracker to solid state and a mid-range Yamaha grand piano.

For more information contact Carry Bateson (steward) 810438

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G. R. Pinder Est. 1927

Memorials Experienced Monumental Mason for Whitby and the surrounding area. Experts in designing and manufacturing Bespoke Memorials in Granite, Marble, Stone and Slate. Home Visits Available.

Contact Paul on

01723 373 712 Manor Road Memorial Works, Scarborough, YO12 7RT All Work Guaranteed

Email: info@jrotherham.co.uk www.jrotherham.co.uk/memorials

Members of the National Association of Memorial Masons


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NEW GUISBOROUGH SHOWROOM Opposite Sainsburys • Morgan Drive • Guisborough • TS14 7DG

10th Anniversary

SPECIAL OFFER

SPORT RIDER 8MPH • 30 MILE RANGE • ...AND MUCH MORE CALL FOR FURTHER DETAILS Inclusive Warranty • Free Home Demos • Part-Ex Welcome

01287 635922

www.mdmobility.co.uk 101


INDEX

ACCOUNTANTS & FINANCIAL SERVICES Asquith & Co ................................................................. 51 Fresh Look Accounts ................................................. 51 M. Wasley Chapman & Co ....................................... 51 Whitby Bookkeeping Services ............................... 51 ACCOMMODATION & PROPERTY SERVICES Deepdale Cove Holiday Park .................................. 47 Henderson Property Services (Yorkshire) Ltd.. 49 Whitby Residential Lettings .................................. 47 Yorkshire Cottages ..................................................... 45 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES AL Turner & Associates ............................................. 50 Michael Forster MRICs .............................................. 50 BATHROOMS & KITCHENS David Kent Kitchens .................................................. 52 Gibson Cabinet Makers ............................................ 54 MKM Kitchens ............................................................. 56! Stringers Kitchens....................................................... 53 3Ways Kitchens & Bedrooms ................................. 55 BEREAVEMENT SERVICES J Rotherham Monumental Mason ....................... 98 John Corner Funeral Services ................................ 98 BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Adam Stringer Joinery & Building Ltd ................ 74 Anderson Builders ...................................................... 74 Bentley Builders........................................................... 76 Cleveland Building Maintenance ......................... 77 Elvidge Renovation & Restoration ....................... 76 Halls Applications ....................................................... 77 Lawson Builders and High Access Ltd ................ 75 Robert Harrison & Sons ............................................ 75 RWB Parkin & Sons ..................................................... 77 Staydry Roofing & Building Maintenance ......... 77 Stormshield Roofing.................................................. 77 Tom Keon ....................................................................... 76 Warrior Woodworking .............................................. 74 CAMPING, CARAVANS & STATIC HOMES Birkbrow Leisure ......................................................... 91 Deepdale Cove Holiday Park .................................. 47 Lythe Caravan & Camping Park............................. 17 CAR & VEHICLE AB 4x4s Cleveland ...................................................... 93 Chips Away.................................................................... 94 CT Autos ......................................................................... 92 Cuts Tyres ....................................................................... 91 Easington Service Station ........................................ 93 Jennings Transit Centre............................................ 95 RM Trailer Centre ........................................................ 84 Sneaton Lane Body Repairs .................................... 92 Universal Garage ......................................................... 93 Whitby Tyre & Exhaust Centre ............................... 92 CAR VALETING SC Auto Valeting ......................................................... 94 LG Detail & Valeting ................................................... 92 RJ Valeting ..................................................................... 94 CARE AND THE OLDER PERSON Kingfisher Care (Line Ad) ......................................... 96 MD Mobility ................................................................. 101 Scarborough Mobility ............................................... 99 Town & Country Care ................................................ 100 CARPETS, FLOORS & CARPET CLEANING Drapers Carpets ........................................................... 57 Fletcher & Woodhouse ............................................. 58 Mike Roper Carpet Cleaning .................................. 63 Neil Robinson ............................................................... 58 Whitby Carpet Cleaning........................................... 61 CHIMNEY SWEEPS CleanSweep .................................................................. 78 Mucky Duck Chimney Sweep ................................ 78 102

CLEANING & HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES PS Housekeeping ........................................................ 96 SL Cleaning.................................................................... 63 Upstairs Downstairs ................................................... 62 COMMUNITY & LEISURE Coast & County Radio ............................................... 33 Deepdale Cove Holiday Park .................................. 47 Getaway Travel Inspired Holidays ........................ 4 Lockdales Auctioneers Valuation Day ................ 39 LP Dance ........................................................................ 40 ‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’ WAMTC production 38 Prize Crossword ........................................................... 70 RNLI Wednesday Tea Dance .................................. 41 SkyTrain .......................................................................... 41 The Captain Cook Distillery ................................... 21 Whitby Bazaar .............................................................. 41 Whitby Library.............................................................. 34 Whitby Lions Rainbow Colour Run ...................... 40 Whitby Pavilion – What’s On.................................. 37 Whitby Scout Group 100 Club ............................... 41 COMPUTER, TECH & WEB DESIGN The Computer Centre .............................................. 42 The Conversion Company Limited ...................... 43 Compu SOS ................................................................... 44 CRAFTS Gilmott Crafts ............................................................... 31 PennyClare Furniture, Crafts & Gifts .................... 15 Whitby Picture Framing ........................................... 96 CURTAINS & BLINDS Blinds 2000 .................................................................... 60 Priory Blinds .................................................................. 59 Whitby Blinds & Shutters ......................................... 59 DENTAL The Denture Clinic...................................................... 31 DOMESTIC APPLIANCE/REFRIGERATION SERVICES Keith Bedlington ......................................................... 72 DRAIN SERVICES Steve Welford Drain Clearing................................. 60 EDUCATION AND TUITION French Tuition .............................................................. 96 Fyling Hall School Open Day .................................. 5 Ms Malone ..................................................................... 32 St Hilda’s School .......................................................... 6 ELECTRICIANS Handy Andy Electrical ............................................... 72 Martyn Gale ................................................................... 72 Tony Barnes Electrical Contractor ........................ 73 FOOD AND DRINK Bagdale Hall Hotel ...................................................... 19 The Captain Cook Distillery & Endeavour Gin ..... 21 Cliffemount Hotel ....................................................... 12 Co-op Whitby ............................................................... 18 The Eskdale Inn ........................................................... 16 Kam Thai......................................................................... 17 Kettleness Tea Parlour .............................................. 13 The Flask Inn ................................................................ 10 The Forge ....................................................................... 11 Indian Moments .......................................................... 14 The Stiddy ...................................................................... 17 FOOT HEALTH & PODIATRY Bev Allen Foot Health Practitioner....................... 24 Kate Riley Podiatrist ................................................... 24 Lindsay Ebbs Podiatry ............................................... 25 Saul Black Chiropodist/Podiatrist ......................... 23 GARDENING, LANDSCAPE & FENCING Andy’s Tidy Gardens .................................................. 83 ColourFence.................................................................. 83


Design-a-Landscape .................................................. 85 Elite Waste Disposal & Landscapes...................... 78 ‘Everything Trees’ Tree Surgeons ......................... 84 GARDEN & TREE SERVICES Mike Stainthorpe Fencing Services ..................... 84 North Yorkshire Sheds .............................................. 86 Rainbow Plant Centre ............................................... 8 RM Trailer Centre ........................................................ 84 Short Grass & Sides..................................................... 84 Town & Country Landscapes ................................. 84 Yorkshire Shed Company ........................................ 86 HAIR & BEAUTY A & M Hair ...................................................................... 28 Bella’s ............................................................................... 29 Capellos .......................................................................... 28 Colour Me ...................................................................... 30 Harper Brown ............................................................... 27 Kristy’s ............................................................................. 27 VIP’s Salon...................................................................... 30 You Beauty Skin Specialist & Beauty ................... 26 HEALTH & FITNESS Harper Brown ............................................................... 27 Mrs CA Harland Muscle Injury Clinic ................... 30 Slimming World .......................................................... 22 The Denture Clinic...................................................... 31 JOBS & VOLUNTEERING Briggswath & Sleights Methodist Church ......... 98 Eastside Community Centre .................................. 98 Yorkshire Coastal Cottages ..................................... 3 JOINERS Adam Stringer Joinery .............................................. 74 Mike Brown Joinery Services .................................. 74 Staydry Roofing & Building Maintenance ......... 77 Warrior Woodworking .............................................. 74 LAUNDRY & LAUNDRETTE SERVICES SL Laundries.................................................................. 60 LOCKSMITHS Acair Locks .................................................................... 96 Pete Ryan Locksmith ................................................. 78 LOGS Mulgrave Estate logs ................................................. 82 MUSIC Briggswath & Sleights Methodist Church – Organist needed ......................................................... 98 Phil Martin ..................................................................... 32 PAINTERS & DECORATORS Apex Traditional Decorators .................................. 73 Glenn Beveridge.......................................................... 73 Lynne Fletcher ............................................................. 73 Paintpots & Poppies .................................................. 73 S Rhodes ........................................................................ 73 Steven Spreadbury..................................................... 73 PET & AGRICULTURAL SERVICES BATA................................................................................. 87 Beck Veterinary Practice........................................... 89 Becks Vets article - New puppy ............................. 88 Cleveland Country Store .......................................... 90 Mike Stanfoth Nest Removal .................................. 60 Millbry Hill ...................................................................... 89 PAWsitively Paws ........................................................ 89 PICTURE FRAMING Whitby Picture Framing ........................................... 96 PLASTERERS Elvidge Renovation and Restoration .................. 76 Tom Jefferson Plastering ......................................... 72

PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICES Abbey Gas ..................................................................... 65 Amber Heating ............................................................ 64 East Coast Boilers ........................................................ 65 Heritage Stoves ........................................................... 68 John Scott Plumbing ................................................. 67 Matthew Hodgson Plumbing and Heating ...... 66 More than Gas ............................................................. 96 Nathan Alan Brown .................................................... 64 Peak Power Systems .................................................. 68 Q Plumbing ................................................................... 66 Tom Crooks Plumbing & Heating......................... 66 Town & Country Fires ................................................ 67 PRINTERS Bakers Printers ............................................................. 50 Camphill Press.............................................................. 31 REMOVALS & STORAGE AR Storage ..................................................................... 80 Britannia-Devereux .................................................... 81 Jet Removals ................................................................. 80 Neil’s Removals ............................................................ 80 Rocket Removals ......................................................... 80 Self Storage ................................................................... 82 RETAIL & GIFTWARE Anna’s Childrenswear ............................................... 7 PennyClare Furniture, Crafts & Gifts .................... 15 Twice Upon a Time .................................................... 31 Whitby Bazaar .............................................................. 41 Whitby Glass ................................................................. 31 Youngs Jewellers ........................................................ 8 ROOFING CONTRACTORS Halls Applications ....................................................... 77 Staydry Roofing ........................................................... 77 Stormshield Roofing.................................................. 77 SEAGULL NEST REMOVAL Mike Stanfoth Nest Removal .................................. 60 SCRAP METAL, SKIP & WASTE SERVICES Elite Waste Disposal & Landscapes...................... 78 Noble’s Recycling........................................................ 79 Selly Hill Scrap Metals ............................................... 82 RAF Reclamation ......................................................... 94 SOLICITORS AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION Blacks Solicitors ........................................................... 51 Noel Barrett Legal Services Ltd ............................. 50 Pinkney Grunwells...................................................... 46 TAXIS Esk Taxis ......................................................................... 96 Abbey Taxis ................................................................... 96 TRAVEL Getaway Travel Inspired Holidays ........................ 4 TREE SURGEONS & TREE CUTTING Everything Trees.......................................................... 84 Garden, Tree & Property Services ......................... 85 TROPHIES/ENGRAVING, ETCHING & SIGNS Guisborough Trophy Centre ................................. 96 Croft Cast Signs .......................................................... 96 TV REPAIRS/AERIALS John Lees Aerials......................................................... 71 Little & Brown ............................................................... 72 Steve Shackleton ........................................................ 71 UPHOLSTERERS Alan Henderson Upholstery ................................... 59 WEDDINGS & EVENT HIRE Carr Mount Tipis .......................................................... 26 WINDOWS AND CONSERVATORIES Centurion Windows ................................................... 71 Cowen Windows ......................................................... 69 Re-Glaze.......................................................................... 72 103


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