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Advertiser

Whitby

February 2017

Hello and welcome to the February edition of the Whitby Advertiser, the number one choice for advertising in Whitby and the surrounding district. I hope that you enjoy this new edition of our magazine, whether you are a resident or business owner, or a visitor or holidaymaker to the area. February may be the shortest month of the year, but it is the month that brings us St Valentine’s Day, the day dedicated to lovers all around the world. Red is the colour, hearts are worn on the sleeve and love is well and truly in the air. Restaurants, bars and flower shops are the focus of sweethearts young and old as they celebrate the loving spirit that this day brings. Why not take a look through the pages of this month’s edition for some great Valentine’s ideas that will help you enjoy the loving spirit with your loved one? Passion may be the fashion on special days such as Valentine’s Day, but here at the Whitby Advertiser, passion is in fashion all year round as we have a passion for not only seeking out advertising opportunities to fill our new issue each month but also a passion for seeing local businesses succeed. Our passion is what makes the Whitby Advertiser the success that it is today and the number one choice for advertising in Whitby and the surrounding area. If you are interested in advertising with us, the advertising section on our website gives all the information you will need, including advert prices and sizes, advertising deadline dates and a map of where we deliver to. A couple of important dates coming up are Mother’s Day, which falls on Sunday 26 March this year, and Easter Sunday, which is Sunday 16 April. We already have reserved space for advertisers in our coming issues for these events but still have space available so if you are a pub, bar, restaurant, retailer or business planning to host a celebratory event or offering a special promotion, please do get in touch. Our graphic designer Graham is happy to work with you to create your advert at no extra cost. As always, I encourage you to sit down with a lovely cuppa and browse through this new edition and then have a go at our prize crossword competition. Drop us a line with the hidden mystery word and your name will be entered in our prize draw to win a £20 voucher which has kindly been donated by Meadow to spend in their shop on Skinner Street. The Whitby Advertiser – bringing business to your door in 2017. Have a great February 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. Cover picture courtesy of Darren Whiteley.

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Dining Out Guide Local Family Business Make Quayside The Best GP's Urge Patients To Think About Self-Care What's On Line Ads Job Vacancies When Is The Best Time To Sell My Property Useful Numbers Prize Crossword Monthly Veterinary Advice Bens Story Index


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COMMUNITY NOTICE

WAR VETERANS COMMUNITY CLUB

Safety Catch is a war veteran’s community club which has been established here in Whitby. It offers a first response help and advice not only to those who have served in the Armed forces, butalso to those associated, for example, family, relatives, colleagues and lost friends. When someone is lost who gave their lives during a conflict of war, and on operations, It can indeed affect the whole community. Often termed the aftermath of war and the invisible scars left on people, issues such as the consequences of battle fatigue, P.T.S.D and other service related illnesses can be difficult to understand. Safety Catch aims to improve the quality of the lives of war veterans and their associates by offering both advice and assistance in areas such as housing, law, welfare benefits, pension rights, and compensation claims as well as acting as a gateway to other organisations. The chairman and founder of Safety Catch is Chris Moulds, a former serving member of the Armed Forces.

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hadleysfishandchips.co.uk 11 Bridge Street, Whitby 01947 604153

Fully Licensed and Air-Conditioned Family-Friendly Restaurant and Take Away We can accommodate groups of up to 120 - ask for details! We always source the finest ingredients; British potatoes, MSC certified fish, home-cooked mushy peas and homemade tartare sauce. And we also cook the traditional way - in beef dripping.

Telephone us with your take-away order and avoid the queue!

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LOYALTY CARD

NEW FOR 2017

Collect your card today!

Join our loyalty card scheme and benefit from exclusive offers and discounts every time you eat at Hadley’s in Whitby. Find out more on our website, or call us using the details below:

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ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE

LOCAL FAMILY BUSINESS MAKE QUAYSIDE THE BEST!

Of 12,000 fish and chip shops, Quayside was judged to be the best in the UK in 2014 when they won the coveted and extremely prestigious title of Fish and Chip Shop of the Year. The awards are run by Seafish, who are the UK’s authority on fish and seafood. This is no mean feat, considering the amount of competition in the country and the rigorous judging process. ‘Winning an award like this takes years’ explains Stuart Fusco, who heads up Quayside for the long standing Whitby family business. ‘The judging process is not solely focussed on the product, there are inspections in the kitchen, the way we train our team, how we source our products as well as how well we fry fish and chips. It’s very important we excel in all areas of the business.’ With the judging process being so detailed, it takes a huge amount of preparation, investment and good management to be considered as a finalist. Quayside was purchased by the Fusco family in 1999 and is now in its 18th year of operation. Over the years, it has seen many improvements to the take-away, the restaurant, the kitchen and preparation areas. Last week saw the arrival of a brand new frying range which also features a griddle. This new addition will mean more menu flexibility and the ability to respond to ever changing customer habits and it seems the Quayside team are ready to embrace the change. ‘2017 is going to be a good one’ says Stuart, ‘Whitby remains a fantastic place to visit and customers need to look no further than Quayside for our traditional fish and chips and some new, exciting dishes.’ Quayside is open daily from 11am; please visit www.quaysidewhitby.co.uk for more detailed opening times. 17


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The Secret Sanctuary

Beauty Salon

Treat yourself and your partner this Valentine’s Day with our Romantic Valentine’s Offer. This offer is only available Thursday 16th February from 6.30pm and Friday 17th February from 5.00pm, so book early to avoid missing out!

Romantic Valentine’s Offer Enjoy a simultaneous 30 minute massage followed by a 30 minute facial treatment for both you and your partner in the comfort of our luxurious heated beds. just

£70

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Don’t Forget: Gift Vouchers Also Available! Book Your Appointment: Call Becky on 07891 303021 Call Angela on 07773 315081

The Secret Sanctuary, 23a Baxtergate, Whitby, North Yorkshire, Yo21 1BW

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COMMUNITY NOTICE

GP’S URGE PATIENTS WITH FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS TO THINK ABOUT SELF-CARE

GP surgeries across Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby areas have seen a rise in patients with flu-like symptoms and are urging these patients to look at self-care options. Winter can generally bring more seasonable illnesses such as the flu-virus. November saw an increase in patients visiting their GP with flu-like symptoms which can potentially be managed at home or by visiting a local pharmacist.

Dr Charles Parker, local GP and Clinical Chair of NHS Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group said:

• Dr Charles Parker, local GP and CCG Clinical Chair

“Our surgery has definitely felt added pressure due to patients making appointments before they have looked at other ways to manage flu-like symptoms.

“Flu is a common infectious viral illness spread by coughs and sneezes. It is caused by a different group of viruses to the ‘common cold’ and the symptoms tend to start more suddenly, be more severe and last longer. “However, spreading of the virus can be avoided by unnecessary contact with other people whilst infectious. If you are otherwise fit and healthy, there is usually no need to see a doctor if you have flu-like symptoms. Patients should try to rest at home, keep warm and drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration. It’s also worthwhile checking your medicine cabinet and purchase paracetamol, aspirin or ibuprofen in anticipation of any illness. “You can visit your local pharmacist or supermarket to buy paracetamol or ibuprofen to lower a high temperature and relieve aches if necessary, instead of requesting antibiotics. The NHS and other health organisations across the world are trying to reduce the use of antibiotics, especially for conditions that aren’t serious. 26

“The overuse of antibiotics in recent years means they’re becoming less effective and has led to the emergence of “superbugs”. These are strains of bacteria that have developed resistance to many different types of antibiotics.

“GP surgeries are also under severe strain, particularly throughout the winter period, so it would really help if patients tried more self-care methods. Of course, there are circumstances where patients are more at risk. If you’re 65 years of age or over, or you’re pregnant, or you a long-term medical condition for example, you may need medication from your GP to treat or prevent complications.” Look out for leaflets and posters with the ‘Stay Well This Winter’ logo to get advice on flu and protection against the season’s biggest ailments. Details of local healthcare options available to help you get the treatment you need as quickly as possible can be found on the Your Health website: www.yourhealthvoice.org


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What's On

JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER

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Pre-School Dance for 2 years and upwards. At Whitby Coliseum from 4.00pm to 4.45pm. £3.00 per child. No need to pre-book – just turn up on the day. Term-time only. All classes by Barbara Benson-Smith. Senior Examiner of the UKA. For further information please call Whitby 603229. Computer drop-in session at Whitby Coliseum from 2pm to 4pm for people with queries or help with tablets, laptops etc. Tel: Whitby 825000 for further details. EVERY TUESDAY ........................................................

Tea Dances with Ray Kirk at The Northern Lights Suite Whitby Pavilion from 1.30pm. £3.75 per person. A friendly social dance session with Ray Kirk playing a mixed dance programme and the opportunity to make requests October - March: Recorded music from 1pm, live music from 1.30pm. EVERY WEDNESDAY.................................................. Computer classes for beginners at Whitby Coliseum from 10am to 11.30am. £5 per lesson. Tel: Whitby 825000 for further details. EVERY THURSDAY ..................................................... Sleights Toddler Group held Thursdays term time 9.30-11.00am at Sleights Village Hall. Suitable for babies to 4 years. We provide snack, crafts and songs. £1.50 per session. All welcome. Term-time only. https://www.facebook.com/ SleightsMotherAndToddler

‘Move It or Lose It’ class at Staithes Village Hall 2.00– 3.00pm Thursday afternoons. £3.50 per person. For more details call Nicola on 01947 821302 or 07851 747250. EVERY FRIDAY ........................................................... ‘Move It or Lose It’ Class. Chair-based exercises. Now held weekly on Fridays from 2.00pm to 3.00pm at Sleights Community Centre. Only £3.00 per person. For further information, call Nicola on 01947 821302 or 07851 747250. FEBRUARY 1 ............................................................ Free Jigsaw Library from 10.30am-12.30pm at the Coliseum, Whitby (in James Cook Theatre behind the café). Over 1000 jigsaws! Jigsaw donations welcomed. Further details: Tel. 07743 725586.

FEBRUARY 2 ............................................................ An Evening of Clairvoyance at the Coliseum with Dona Bell 7pm-8.30pm. Admission £5.00. Proceeds to Charity. 28

FEBRUARY 2 ............................................................ Whitby Photographic Society. St John’s Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce), 6.45pm for 7pm. Keith Kirkland, Whickham, ‘What Pleases Me’. Nonmembers and visitors very welcome. £2. FEBRUARY 4 ............................................................ Vaudeville Evening at Whitby Pavilion 7.30pm. Held as part of Whitby Steampunk Weekend. Featuring Professor Elemental, Victor Bully and Alice's Night Circus. Admission £15.00. Tickets from Whitby Pavilion in person (10am-4pm), or call the Box Office on 01947 458 899 or visit http://www. whitbypavilion.co.uk.

FEBRUARY 4-5 ......................................................... Whitby Steampunk Weekend. The very first dedicated Whitby Steampunk Weekend Event with many performers, attractions and traders. At Whitby Pavilion from 11.00am-5.00pm. Admission free. For trader enquiries, please contact Hubcap Diamondstar-Halo via Facebook directly for details or whitbysteampunkweekend@gmail.com. FEBRUARY 6 ............................................................ Whitby Dairy Discussion Group. Will Tulley, Vet “Maximising the Milk Cheque/Maintaining Margins”. 7.45pm prompt start at The Stables at Cross Butts, Whitby YO21 1TL. Any queries call Joyce on 07733 615650 or email joyce.stangoe@gmail.com.

FEBRUARY 9 ............................................................ Whitby Photographic Society. St John’s Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce), 6.45pm for 7pm. Jed Wee, Newcastle. ‘An Evening with….’ Back by popular request. Non-members and visitors very welcome. £2. FEBRUARY 9 ............................................................ Sneaton YCA "New Year" buffet (3 courses). £13 at Sneaton Village Hall 12.30 for 1pm. Catering by Pippa. To book a place phone Ruth on Whitby 880800

FEBRUARY 11 .......................................................... Esk Valley Mini Markets at Danby Village Hall 10am to 3pm. Free admission. Donations welcome for this year’s chosen charity: Esk Moors Caring. New stallholders always welcome – pitch fee £10 per stall & book early to avoid disappointment. Contact via Facebook page or call/text 07702 164091.

FEBRUARY 12 .......................................................... Indoor Car Boot Sale from 10.30am – 1.30pm at Whitby Spa Pavilion, West Cliff. Admission free. Handicrafts and Second Hand Goods. Sell your unwanted items or hunt down a bargain whatever the weather! Tables cost just £3.50, please book in advance by calling (01947) 820627.


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FEBRUARY 12 .......................................................... Musicport Sunday Lunchtime Open Mic session in the relaxed family friendly atmosphere of Whitby Pavilion's cafe. Starts at 1.30pm.

FEBRUARY 13 .......................................................... The Circus of Horrors: The Never-Ending Nightmare at Whitby Pavilion 7.30pm (doors open 7.00pm).. The Circus of Horrors celebrates its 21st anniversary with its latest incarnation “The Never-ending Nightmare”. Featuring an amazing amalgamation of bizarre, brave & beautiful acts all woven into a Alice in Horrorland type story driven by a mainly original soundscape & performed with a forked tongue firmly in each cheek! Admission £22.00 (Concessions £19.00). Tickets from Whitby Pavilion in person (10am-4pm), or call the Box Office on 01947 458 899 or visit www.whitbypavilion.co.uk.

FEBRUARY 15 .......................................................... Free Jigsaw Library from 10.30am-12.30pm at the Coliseum, Whitby (in James Cook Theatre behind the café). Over 1000 jigsaws! Jigsaw donations welcomed. Further details: Tel. 07743 725586.

FEBRUARY 16 .......................................................... Whitby Photographic Society. St John’s Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce), 6.45pm for 7pm. Gillings, Brown and Novice Trophy competitions. These are for prints and the judge is Paul Wilson Whitby. Nonmembers and visitors very welcome. £2.

FEBRUARY 17-18 .................................................... ‘Hinderwella’ is this year’s pantomime at Hinderwell Village Hall. Evenings at 7.30pm and Saturday matinee at 2.30pm. Ticket prices: £5 adults, £3 child (under 14). For further details contact Chris on 01287 640949 or e-mail cateesdale@aol.com

FEBRUARY 18 .......................................................... Whitby “WHALER" U3A Coffee Morning. St. John Ambulance Hall, Back St Hilda’s Tce. Held on the third Saturday of each month from 10.00am-11.30am.

FEBRUARY 19 .......................................................... Indoor Car Boot Sale from 10.30am – 1.30pm at Whitby Spa Pavilion, West Cliff. Admission free. Handicrafts and Second Hand Goods. Sell your unwanted items or hunt down a bargain whatever the weather! Tables cost just £3.50, please book in advance by calling (01947) 820627.

FEBRUARY 21 .......................................................... Whitby Antique & Fine Arts Society: ‘The Merchant Adventurers’ Hall’ Mr Steven Upright. Starts 7.30pm at the Green Lane Centre. Guests very welcome - £3 on the door. Meetings every third Tuesday of the month.

FEBRUARY 23 ......................................................... Whitby Photographic Society. St John’s Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce), 6.45pm for 7pm. Paul Wilson, Whitby. ‘On the Spur of the Moment’.. Nonmembers and visitors very welcome. £2. FEBRUARY 24 .......................................................... Magic Mike's Pirate Adventure at Whitby Pavilion. Starts 2pm. Magic Mike returns during half term with a brand new show! Magic, comedy, dancing, lots of audience participation & swashbuckling fun for all the family!! Tickets £7.00 from Whitby Pavilion in person (10am-4pm), or call the Box Office on 01947 458 899 or visit www.whitbypavilion.co.uk. FEBRUARY 24 .......................................................... Coffee Morning at Whitby Conservative Club. Held last Friday of every month. 10.30am-12 noon. Coffee, cakes, chat, book exchange. All welcome FEBRUARY 25 .......................................................... Saltburn Blues Club at Saltburn Cricket Club presents The Tom Killner Band with support by Sunjay at 8pm. Tickets £10 from Whistlestop Wines Saltburn, www.yorkshireticketshop.com and 07960 935263. FEBRUARY 26 .......................................................... Indoor Car Boot Sale from 10.30am – 1.30pm at Whitby Spa Pavilion, West Cliff. Admission free. Handicrafts and Second Hand Goods. Sell your unwanted items or hunt down a bargain whatever the weather! Tables cost just £3.50, please book in advance by calling (01947) 820627. 27 FEBRUARY .......................................................... Whitby Flower Club meet in Sleights Village Hall, at 2pm. Ann Simpson will demonstrate "Seasonal Delights". Visitors and new members always welcome. For details about the Club contact Monica on 604881, or Pat 603648.

WHAT’S ON AT WHITBY LIBRARY

For further details of any of these events, please call in at the library on Windsor Terrace, telephone 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks.gov.uk IT HELP - Help with all your computer problems. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 10am -12pm Plus Tuesdays 2pm -4pm booking advisable. BLUE BEAR CLUB - Stories & rhymes for under 5's Every Tuesday 2.15pm - 3.00pm FAMILY HISTORY HELP - Stuck researching your family tree? Help is at hand! Every Thursday 2.00pm - 4.00pm booking advisable.

LIBRARY OPENING TIMES: Monday, Thursday & Friday - 9.30am - 5pm Open Late - Tuesday - 9.30am - 7pm Saturday - 10am - 1pm | Closed on Weds & Sunday

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WHAT’S ON

Collateral Beauty (12a) 30 January - 1 February

Tea Dances with Ray Kirk Every Tuesday from 7 February

The Circus of Horrors: The Never-Ending Nightmare Mon 13 February

La La Land (12a) 11, 12, 16 February

Count Arthur Strong Wed 5 April

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Website Design Digital Design Web Development Content & Copywriting SEO Reliable Hosting Technical Support

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GENERAL PINE BOOKCASE. Boxed hotplate, warming dishes, café tiers. Large Kilner jars. Boxed pinking shears. Offers. Tel: Whitby 605358. CANVAS PRINT 36” BY 24” DEPICTING LNER K1 2-6-0 NO. 62005 STEAM LOCOMOTIVE alongside

the River Esk. Taken by local photographer Alan Wastell. Professionally framed and in excellent condition. £100. Whitby 605500.

DOUBLE SOFA BED with beige cover for sale. Tel: 01947 811130 (leave message). NEW EMBROIDERY COTTONS. Large bed quilt. Cross stitch pamphlets, cards & envelopes. Singer sewing machine table model. Offers. Tel: Whitby

605358.

FANCY A NEW HAIRCUT FOR THE NEW YEAR?

New Year, New You! For all your hair requirements. Cutting, perming, setting, colouring etc. Ring

Diana your local mobile hairdresser on 01947 602477 or 07870 321477.

HILLSIDE HOME BAKING OR ANY OCCASION. Contact C J Hodgson on 01947 811045 or email me at hodgsoncj900@yahoo.com COMPLETE LINGUAPHONE GERMAN COURSE, BOXED. Offers. Tel: Whitby 605358. TASHA JADE YOGA based on Skinner Street, offering yoga classes group/private contact Tasha for more information | tashajadeyoga. co.uk | 07590 235480 FIGHT4WHITBY, the campaign challenging SBC to

ensure that Whitby Harbour’s income is reinvested in the town’s harbour and piers and to keep public spaces around it open for traditional events and activities continues in 2017. Collecting boxes are at the Coliseum, John Freeman Studio, The Future Health Store on Skinner St and other shops around the town. Visit www.fight4whitby.com,

Twitter or our Facebook page for up-to-date information.

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AGE UK SCARBOROUGH & DISTRICT are available in the Whitby area for home visits to assist with benefits, money and give advice. Please contact

01723 379058 for further details.

WANTED WANTED! CARS, VANS, COMMERCIAL VEHICLES, CARAVANS, CAMPERVANS, MOTORHOMES, TRACTORS AND PLANT MACHINERY. Any condition. Cash payment! Immediate collection. Tel: 01947 841587/ 07885 090911.

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 841587/ 07885 090911. FREE HOUSE CLEARANCE SERVICE. Subject to equity in the property. www.a1clearance.co.uk.

Tel: 01642 488888. Mobile: 07773 488888.

BUSINESS ADS TREE CHIEFS, ABORIST SERVICES. Qualified (NPTC) & Insured, tree-pruning, crowning, felling; garden/land maintenance; emergency call out. For a free quote, call Mark 07535 081 081. £35 BOILER SERVICE. GAS FIRES SERVICED £30. LANDLORD CERTIFICATES £50. 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. 2017 Catalogue now available. CARE WITH KINDNESS ALWAYS GUARANTEED. Care and support in your own home tailored to your needs. Introducing our ad-hoc service including overnight support. Contact Kingfisher Care on 07758 195795 or email: enquiries@ kingfisher-care.co.uk


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VINYL SIGNS OF WHITBY. High Quality Signage & Vehicle Graphics Since 1996 – Tel: 01947 604996. FENCING AND TREE CUTTING SERVICE. Also turf laying. Tel Mike Stainthorpe on 01947 820845 / 07866 079038. GRAHAM GILL PROPERTY REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE. Small Building Works, Garden Walls, Fencing, Patios and more. Now also doing GRP roofing with 25-year guarantee. Call Graham on 01947 601806 or 07528 652974. ACAIR LOCKS YOUR LOCAL LOCKSMITH. uPVC doors difficult to lock? We can help! Locked out? No problem! Fast service. No call-out charge. Tel: 07974 660062 DALE END SERVICES. Handyman etc. Garden Clearances. Fencing. General household repairs. Tel: 01947 895524 / 07951 453209. 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 BARN ANTIQUES. Furniture and Fireplace specialists. Lighting, kitchenalia, gardening and more. Door, architrave & furniture stripping. Custom painting & design help. A171 Whitby to Scarborough Rd. Tel: 01947 880393 or 07791 939616.

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

JOBS GOOD QUALITY CLEANERS REQUIRED, Ingrid Flute Yorkshire Holiday Cottages, 8 Flowergate Whitby. Tel: 01947 600700. E-mail: info@ yorkshireholidaycottages.co.uk VOLUNTEER RECEPTIONISTS required at Church House Centre, Flowergate Whitby. Hours to suit. Subject to satisfactory DBS check. Please call Dawn or Sammy on Whitby 821761 for further information.

TAXIS LOCAL TAXI COMPANY LOOKING FOR BUSINESS? You can list your company’s name and phone number in this column....

For just £15

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADVERTISE IN NEXT MONTH’S LINE ADS: please write your advert clearly on a piece of paper and send with your name & address (not for publication) and payment to:

Whitby Advertiser, Green Lane Centre, Whitby. YO22 4EH. Cost: £8.00 for private sellers for 20 words (50p per additional word) £15.00 for home/small businesses for 20 words (£1 per additional word) £20.00 for Jobs and Accommodation for 20 words (£1 per additional word) 35


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STRANGE WHITBY TALES.... A book of the

‘Strange Whitby Tales’ is now available in shops and outlets

The book contains the 12 stories previously featured in the Whitby Advertiser and also contains 13 stories by local authors who entered the Strange Whitby Tales competition The book is not just a fantastic read as the proceeds will also raise funds for the Whitby RNLI . The book will be published by locally based Electraglade Press. 37


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H O LI DAY LETTING MADE EASY

• Face-to-face advice and support from local Business Development Manager, Tom Thompson

• Multi-million pound marketing campaigns and over 23 million web visits every year

• Property management, cleaning and maintenance services available

• Free property listing on cottages.com and over 500 partner sites including Booking.com and The Guardian

• Many properties achieve over 40 bookings each year

WANT TO KNOW MORE? For expert letting advice call Tom on 07908 834966. Alternatively, email tom.thompson@cottages.com or call into our Yorkshire Cottages office in Whitby. www.yorkshire-cottages.info 39


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ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO SELL MY PROPERTY?

Article courtesy of Nick Henderson Hendersons Estate Agents, Whitby

Now that Christmas feels like a distant memory, the mince pies have all been eaten, the decorations have been taken down and we’re all back at work – we keep getting asked the same question again and again here at Hendersons: Should I put my property onto the market now or wait until the Spring? Unfortunately, there may be many who are not even asking the question and just taking it as a given that it is not worth trying to sell in the winter months. Seriously buyers do not care whether there is snow, or there are daffodils, on the ground – they are looking all year round. Let’s take a look over all 12 months of the year and confirm why any time of the year is a good time to sell your property: JANUARY / FEBRUARY With other people waiting until the Spring - there are not as many properties on the market and, therefore, not as much competition. A lot of what is available will likely be old stock and buyers love a property which is fresh on the market. Only serious buyers are looking at this time of year and everyone else is having a rest and staying warm and cozy at home. Anyone selling their main residence at this time, will be in a strong position to purchase a new house when the flood of properties come onto the market in Spring. MARCH / APRIL Traditionally a really strong time to sell and many of those selling will also be looking to buy - so lots of activity all round! However, in Spring, it is especially important that a property is realistically and competitively priced so that is stands out from the competition. MAY / JUNE Time to take advantage of the fact that lots of those who put their property onto the market during the busy period in Spring are now looking to buy. There are also lots of people looking to purchase, and complete on a sale, before the new school term starts in September. JULY / AUGUST With long warm evenings and the garden looking at its best this really is a great time to have viewings.

SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER Traditionally the second busiest time to sell (after Spring) The kids are back at school, many teenagers have headed off to uni and the end of the year is in sight - so many are looking to the future and want to buy and be in their new home by Christmas. NOVEMBER / DECEMBER Many of those who sold in Autumn are now looking to buy. Also, what is more homely than a home which is decorated for Christmas? So, as with a competition - you have to take part in it to be in with a chance of winning it! The same goes for selling - you have to be on the market to be in with the best chance of selling and you certainly won’t be moving if you are not! In a nutshell- it is always a great time to sell and with more sold properties in 2016, who better to call than Hendersons. Speak to a member of the team today book your free valuation - and let’s get started! 41


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DON’T LET DOG BREATH SPOIL YOUR VALENTINES DAY!

This February is National Pet Dental Health Month and we want to use this as an excuse to help raise awareness and management skills of pet owners across the local area. Even the most contentious and caring of owners seem to accredit their beloved pet’s bad breath to being ‘just one of those things’. But don’t turn your nose to Fido’s or Fluffy’s bad breath! It is most defiantly not normal. That odour might signify a serious health risk, with the potential to damage not only your pet’s teeth and gums but its internal organs as well. The high level of bacteria that builds up can lead to septicaemia, heart infections, severe diarrhoea and kidney damage to name but a few.

MONTHLY VETERINARY ADVICE Meg Dale BSc RVN MBVNA of BECK VETS

effective thing you can do to keep their teeth healthy. It may reduce the frequency or even eliminate the need for periodic dental cleaning procedures. Daily brushing is best, but it’s not always possible and brushing several times a week can be effective. Most dogs accept brushing, but cats can be a bit more resistant – patience and training from a young age are important. Please remember that there are special pet toothpastes available, use of human toothpaste it not safe in our pets due to the high fluoride content. Also, dog and cat tooth brushes are specifically designed for the job making them easier to use and more effective.

Dental health is a very important part of your pet’s overall health, and dental problems can cause, or be caused by, other health problems. Your pet’s teeth and gums should be checked at least once a year by your veterinarian to spot signs of a problem as early as possible. Here at the Beck Veterinary Practice, this is something that we check routinely at all vaccination appointments. Our vets amalgamate all their knowledge to give your pet a full ‘MOT’. It is estimates that 60-70% pets have some dental disease development by the age of 3 years. It is a common problem and is certainly not reserved for the older animal. Here are some other things to be on the watch out for: • Teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar

• Abnormal chewing, drooling, or dropping food from the mouth

• Reduced appetite or refusal to eat • Pain in or around the mouth • Bleeding from the mouth

• Swelling in the areas surrounding the mouth • Broken or loose teeth

• Extra teeth or retained baby teeth

Some pets become irritable when they have dental problems . Always be careful when evaluating your pet’s mouth, because a painful animal may bite. Often the worst problem areas are on the large, muti-rooted teeth (carnassial) towards the back of your pets mouth. These can be difficult to check properly. Pop in anytime and one of our team will help you have a look.

Prevention of the most common oral disease in pets consists of frequent removal of the dental plaque and tartar that forms on teeth that are not kept clean. Regularly brushing your pet’s teeth is the single most 84

We offer free dental health checks with our team of friendly and knowledgeable nurses. Advice on brushing and other ways of managing your pet’s dental health can be discussed at these checks. Other methods we advise include: • Recognised dental health diets with specially shaped kibble. • Enzymatic additives for water or food. • Mouth washes and rinses.

Special dental treats can be a good addition but these do not substitute for other methods - and be aware that certain well known brands are nearly completely ineffective and very high in fat and calories.

Prevention is so much better then cure; severe periodontal disease can make your pet feel very poorly and painful. Plus the required corrective surgery can take many hours itself followed by a lengthy recovery time. Stick to your new year resolution and carry on make your doggie’s dental health part of your daily routine.


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WORKING WITH AUTISM - BENS STORY

30 year old Ben Guyers from South Otterington, North Yorkshire is just like any other chap his age; he loves beer, rugby, spending time with friends and watching his beloved football team, Middlesbrough. Ben also works. He is currently employed in the NHS by Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). But things have not always been easy for Ben and his family. He was diagnosed with Autism at the age of eight.

“At just six weeks old, Ben wasn’t very well at all. He was also severely bullied as a child both at school and where we lived. We just didn’t think we could get the support back then where we were living – so we moved.” said his father, Frank. The Guyers family moved to North Yorkshire and instantly felt Ben was “at home”. At the age of twenty two and after seeing his confidence improve a little his parents decided to help Ben look for work.

“The last thing we wanted for Ben was for him to just sit around at home. We wanted him to have a role in life – something to get out of bed for. We were introduced to Kevin Ward at North Yorkshire County Council’s Supported Employment who really cared about Ben and wanted to get him work as soon as possible.” said his mother, Gillian.

She added, “After a couple of tries which didn’t quite work out, North Yorkshire County Council told us about a local NHS organisation based in Northallerton. They told us that they were very happy to welcome someone with Ben’s challenges and asked us to pop in for a chat. We went with Kevin and met the team at NHS Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group who were really friendly and understanding.” On 24 June 2014, Ben started a fixed term contract as General Reception Assistant at the CCG.

“There was too much noise in some other places – it seemed quite a calm office with friendly people. Kevin stayed with Ben in the office to make sure he was comfortable and then started to withdraw when he seemed confident enough.” said Frank.

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meeting rooms, collecting printing, helping with shredding, answering the main reception telephone and greeting guests. The CCG offers a relatively structured day providing a ‘to do’ list but it also encourages Ben to ask other staff if they need any help, for variety and the chance to learn new skills. When asked what he thought of his job and what he most liked to do, Ben said: “I was a bit nervous on my first day. But as the days went on I felt more comfortable and relaxed. I now really like this job.

“I like working with people and making friends making people laugh with jokes. My favourite thing is telling people to smile and annoying Richard [Ben’s line manager]! “I really enjoy fire training and showing people where they need to go in case of fire and what to do. I next want to learn how to scan documents from the printer.” said Ben. Richard Kirby, Ben’s line manager at the CCG said: “Having Ben in our office really is fantastic. If you’re having a bad day, rest assured he will be there to cheer you up with a really, really terrible joke, a chat about football or an impression. “Visitors forget everyone else’s name – but they don’t forget Ben’s.”

Janet Probert, CCG Chief Officer said, “Every day Ben’s in the office, he literally lights up the room and makes sure his colleagues are always smiling. Ben’s humour, caring nature and sensitivity are welcome in the team and I honestly couldn’t imagine the place without him. “I cannot express enough the value of having Ben around and urge any organisation to consider offering similar opportunities to others.” “Ben’s learnt a lot since he started work. He’s learnt more about technology. Ten years ago, we wouldn’t have imagined seeing Ben in front of a computer screen, typing an email. It’s experience he can put on a CV.” said Frank.


He added, “We get sent photos and updates from Richard, and Ben’s treated as part of the team. For his 30th birthday, we couldn’t believe how generous the staff were. They took him out for a curry (his favourite!) and gave him lots of presents including his very own Middlesbrough football shirt. At Christmas, he was made Secret Santa and we saw pictures of him standing in front of everyone making speeches and giving out presents.

“Ben has two older brothers who both live and work away. Now, they can share stories about their days at work.” said Gillian.

She added, “Since his first day, we have seen Ben’s confidence improve. He’s happier and seems to have a more diverse view of life. It’s nice to know he’s earning his own living, getting a pension and contributing to the workplace and country.

“I think that employing a person with special needs can produce huge benefits within the workplace. Not everyone has the opportunity to meet someone with Autism in their day-to-day living. So being able to introduce colleagues to the challenges that special needs employees encounter on an everyday basis, can promote teamwork and compassion. “If any parent of a special needs child is anxious about the workplace environment, I would say to “go for it”. Do your research and get advice and support but give them the chance. Autism is such a massive spectrum so everyone is different. You never know if you don’t try and it can open doors.

“We know that Ben has developed as a person and has learned so much as a result of being given such a fantastic opportunity to work. And that success is due to Supported Employment and the openness of employers.”

For more information on adults with Autism or Supported Employment initiatives, visit http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/24070/ Supported-employment To find out more about the work of NHS Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby CCG visit www.hambletonrichmondshireandwhitbyccg.nhs.uk 91


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ACCOUNTANTS Asquith & Co ................................................................. 93 Fresh Look Accounts ................................................. 93 ACCOMMODATION & PROPERTY SERVICES Henderson Property Services (Yorkshire) Ltd.. 40 Whitby Residential Lettings.................................... 38 Yorkshire Cottages ..................................................... 39 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES A.L.Turner & Associates ............................................ 74 BATHROOMS & KITCHENS David Kent Kitchens .................................................. 42 Gibson Cabinet Makers ............................................ 46 MKM Kitchens .............................................................. 43 Stringers Kitchens....................................................... 44 3Ways Kitchens & Bedrooms ................................. 45 BEREAVEMENT SERVICES J Rotherham Monumental Mason ....................... 93 BUILDING SERVICES A & J Stubbs .................................................................. 67 Adam Stringer Joinery & Building Ltd ................ 65 Anderson Builders ...................................................... 65 Bentley Builders........................................................... 65 Elvidge Renovation & Restoration ....................... 66 Graham Gill Property Maintenance ..................... 34 Green & Son Building Supplies.............................. 69 Halls Applications ....................................................... 71 Lawson Builders .......................................................... 67 Robert Harrison & Sons ............................................ 66 RWB Parkin & Sons ..................................................... 62 Staydry Roofing ........................................................... 71 Stormshield Roofing.................................................. 71 TP Keon ........................................................................... 71 Warrior Woodworking .............................................. 65 Whitby Tool and Plant Hire ..................................... 5 BUSINESS COACHING Ros Jones Action Coach ........................................... 38 CAR & VEHICLE Chips Away.................................................................... 77 CT Autos ......................................................................... 78 Cuts Tyres ....................................................................... 76 Harrisons of Whitby ................................................... 76 Pulsar Body Tech ......................................................... 77 RJ Valeting ..................................................................... 78 Sneaton Lane Body Repairs .................................... 78 Universal Garage ......................................................... 78 CARE AND THE ELDERLY Kingfisher Care............................................................. 34 MD Mobility .................................................................. 93 Scarborough Mobility ............................................... 92 The Denture Clinic...................................................... 27 CARPETS, FLOORS & CARPET CLEANING Carpet Cleaner Hire.................................................... 54 Drapers Carpets ........................................................... 49 Fletcher & Woodhouse ............................................. 48 Mike Roper Carpet Cleaning .................................. 54 Neil Robinson ............................................................... 48 Whitby Carpet Cleaning........................................... 53 Whitby Fire & Flood Restoration........................... 4 94

CATERING & RETAIL SUPPLIERS Foil & Film Company ................................................. 51 CHIMNEY SWEEPS CleanSweep .................................................................. 54 Mucky Duck................................................................... 54 CLEANING SERVICES Fairydust Cleaning Services .................................... 54 SL Cleaning.................................................................... 52 Upstairs Downstairs ................................................... 52 COMMUNITY & LEISURE Don’t Let Dog Breath Spoil your Valentine’s Day! ... 84 Eastside Community Centre................................... 88 Prize Crossword sponsored by Meadow ........... 70 RNLI Tea Dances .......................................................... 30 Safer Communities..................................................... 89 Safety Catch War Veterans Community Group .... 4 Useful Numbers ........................................................... 68 Whitby Advertiser Photo Competition .............. 69 Whitby Fishing School Apprenticeships ........... 5 Whitby Pavillion Theatre.......................................... 30 Whitby Rifle Club ........................................................ 31 COMPUTER & TECH The Computer Centre ............................................... 32 Compu SOS ................................................................... 6 CURTAINS & BLINDS Blinds 2000 .................................................................... 47 Hazel & Eliza .................................................................. 50 Whitby Blinds & Shutters ......................................... 50 DESIGN The Conversion Company Limited ...................... 33 Jack Barber Web Design .......................................... 31 DOMESTIC APPLIANCE/REFRIGERATION SERVICES Newlove Repair Services Ltd .................................. 63 Keith Bedlington ......................................................... 64 Pennywise ..................................................................... 37 DRAIN SERVICES Steve Welford Drain Clearing................................. 54 ELECTRICIANS Handy Andy Electrical ............................................... 65 Tony Barnes Electrical Contractor ........................ 65 EMBROIDERED CLOTHING, WORKWEAR & GIFTS Moon & Balloon ........................................................... 36 FOOD AND DRINK Cliffemount Hotel ....................................................... 12 Fox & Hounds, Slapewath ....................................... 10 Hadley’s Fish & Chip Restaurant ........................... 14 Indian Moments .......................................................... 13 Kam Thai......................................................................... 15 Quayside ........................................................................ 17 Royal Fisheries.............................................................. 16 The Courtyard .............................................................. 16 The Falcon Inn.............................................................. 11 The Forge ....................................................................... 9 The Willow Branch ..................................................... 18 GARDENING/FENCING SERVICES Andy’s Tidy Gardens .................................................. 80 Design-a-Landscape .................................................. 80 Short Grass & Sides..................................................... 82


GARDEN & TREE SERVICES Mike Stainthorpe Fencing Services ..................... 81 North Yorkshire Sheds .............................................. 79 Town & Country Landscapes ................................. 81 Yorkshire Shed Company ........................................ 79 HAIR & BEAUTY A & M Hair ...................................................................... 24 Beverleys ........................................................................ 23 Capellos .......................................................................... 25 Colour Me ...................................................................... 25 Kristys Beauty Therapy Specialist ......................... 23 Harper Brown ............................................................... 22 The Secret Sanctuary................................................. 25 VIP’s Salon...................................................................... 24 HEALTH & FITNESS Bev Allen Foot Health Practitioner....................... 20 Cathy Harland – Muscle Injury Clinic .................. 27 Denture Clinic .............................................................. 27 Harper Brown ............................................................... 22 Kate Riley Podiatrist ................................................... 22 Lindsay Ebbs Podiatry ............................................... 20 MD Mobility .................................................................. 93 Saul Black Chiropodist/Podiatrist ......................... 21 JOINERS Adam Stringer Joinery .............................................. 65 Mike Brown Joinery Services .................................. 62 Warrior Woodworking .............................................. 65 LAUNDRY & LAUNDRETTE SERVICES SL Laundries.................................................................. 50 LOCKSMITHS Acair Locks..................................................................... 34 Pete Ryan Locksmith ................................................. 62 LOGS Brian Pask Logs ............................................................ 82 Carr Mount Estate ....................................................... 82 JTW Logs ........................................................................ 82 Mulgrave Estate........................................................... 82 MUSIC Phil Martin ..................................................................... 31 PAINTERS & DECORATORS Apex Traditional Decorators .................................. 63 Glenn Beveridge.......................................................... 63 Paintpots & Poppies .................................................. 63 Steven Spreadbury..................................................... 63 PET & AGRICULTURAL SERVICES BATA................................................................................. 87 Cleveland Country Store .......................................... 83 Beck Veterinary Practice........................................... 85 Millbry Hill ...................................................................... 85 Robinsons Equestrian ............................................... 86 Scruffy Pups ................................................................. 85 PLASTERERS Elvidge Renovation and Restoration .................. 66 Tom Jefferson Plastering ......................................... 62 PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICES Abbey Gas...................................................................... 57 Amber Heating ............................................................ 58 East Coast Boilers ........................................................ 59

John Scott Plumbing ................................................. 57 Matthew Hodgson Plumbing and Heating ...... 58 Nathan Alan Brown .................................................... 59 Peak Power Systems .................................................. 56 PD Heating ................................................................... 58 Q Plumbing Services ................................................. 58 Ryedale Stoves ............................................................. 58 Town & Country Fires ................................................ 60 PRINTERS Bakers Printers ............................................................. 31 REMOVALS & STORAGE A1 House Clearance................................................... 34 Britannia-Devereux .................................................... 75 Jet Removals ................................................................. 63 Neil’s Removals ............................................................ 62 Rocket Removals ......................................................... 93 Self Storage ................................................................... 74 Selly Hill Storage ......................................................... 74 RETAIL Co-op ............................................................................... 96 Meadow.......................................................................... 3 OO Soul Clothing ........................................................ 37 Pennywise ..................................................................... 37 Strange Whitby Tales ................................................ 37 Whitby Glass ................................................................. 36 Youngs Jewellers ........................................................ 36 ROOFING CONTRACTORS Halls Applications ....................................................... 71 Staydry Roofing ........................................................... 71 Stormshield Roofing.................................................. 71 SCRAP METAL, SKIP & WASTE SERVICES A1 House Clearance................................................... 34 Noble’s Recycling........................................................ 73 Selly Hill Scrap Metals ............................................... 72 RAF Reclamation ......................................................... 74 Yorwaste......................................................................... 72 TREE SURGEONS & TREE CUTTING Branching Out .............................................................. 82 Everything Trees.......................................................... 81 Garden, Tree & Property Services ......................... 81 Mike Stainthorpe ........................................................ 81 TRAVEL AGENTS Getaway Travel ............................................................ 7 TROPHIES/ENGRAVING, ETCHING & SIGNS Guisborough Trophy Centre .................................. 34 Croft Cast Signs ........................................................... 34 TV REPAIRS/AERIALS John Lees Aerials......................................................... 64 Little & Brown ............................................................... 64 Steve Shackleton ........................................................ 64 UPHOLSTERERS Alan Henderson Upholstery ................................... 47 WEDDING SERVICES Whitby Wedding Cars ............................................... 27 WINDOWS AND CONSERVATORIES Cowen Windows ......................................................... 61 Sefton Trowsdale Double Glazing ....................... 60 95


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