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Hello and a very Happy New Year to you all! I wish you a most warm welcome to our January edition of the Whitby Advertiser and hope you will find something of interest to you in our handy little magazine be you a regular reader, or a visitor or holidaymaker taking a short break here in town. Yes, the calendar has flipped over from 2018 to 2019 and it’s time to put those Christmas decorations away and welcome in the New Year. I really hope that you have had a restful and enjoyable break over the festive season and are fully prepared with batteries recharged to meet the challenges of the year ahead. The beginning of a new year is traditionally a time to look back and reflect on what has been, as well as looking to the future and what is to come. When i think back over 2018, I see it as being yet another successful year for our magazine; maintaining our extensive door-to-door distribution and seeing many new advertisers come to us for the first time and seeing great results as they promote what they have to offer in our magazine. In this age of digital advertising, it has to be said that traditional print advertising is still proving to be a very effective, flexible and comprehensive way of establishing and promoting a business and its goods and services. Digital and print media are often seen working together and achieving great results rather than being on opposing sides. It is not simply a choice of one or the other, and businesses now choose a mixture of medias in their advertising campaigns. It is unlikely that print advertising will ever be replaced by digital advertising and going forward an increased synergy between the two mediums is predicted.

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Hopefully it will be an exciting chapter with many adventures to be led, and many dreams that are realised. At the Whitby Advertiser, we rarely sit back and dream of adventures as we are always busy, with both pen and keyboard to hand as we look around for new advertising opportunities to fill our issue each month. Our graphic designer Graham is always ready and waiting with his wonderful artistic skills to create an advert that will hopefully will make 2019 the year in which your business achieves sales beyond your wildest dreams. As a reader, let the Whitby Advertiser turn your dreams into reality, whether it be with a fantastic beauty treatment, a stunning new hairstyle, or a fabulous conservatory, loft extension or new kitchen … the list is endless! In the following pages, I am confident that you will find a local business who has the skills and expertise to meet your every need and make your New Year dreams come true and more! As I bring this editorial to a close, I would like to share with you the words of Michael Bassey Johnson: ’There are greater things to be achieved in every New Year, and each and everyone must prepare themselves to be great, not by words of the mouth, but by deeds and sacrifices’. Powerful words, eh? Have you a similar New Year quote that inspires you? It just remains for me to say a huge thank you to each and every one of our valued advertisers, readers, business contacts, back office and delivery team members for making it another successful year for the Whitby Advertiser and indeed the success that we are today – the number one choice for advertising in Whitby and the surrounding area. The Whitby Advertiser – let us bring business to your door in 2019.

Well, out with the old and in with the new as they say. 2018 has gone and 2019 has tip-toed and now stands before us, like a chapter in a book waiting to be written. Happy New Year once again folks!!

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Dining out guide It's not too late to get your Flu jab What's on Matrimonial questions & answers When is the best time to sell my property

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Prize crossword Monthly veterinary advice Useful numbers Line ads Index

Copyright © Whitby Advertiser Ltd | Cover image courtesy of Tim Hill @ pixabay.com 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.


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What are they? Chilblains (also called pernio) are small itchy, red (purple sometimes) swellings on the skin, which if not addressed become very painful and can sometimes ulcerate, exposing the foot to the risk of infection. What causes them? Chilblains develop when the body is exposed to colder conditions, which the tiny blood vessels under the skin in the peripheral areas constrict and shut the blood flow to these areas. Upon returning to a warmer environment there is a delay in the vessels opening, causing chilblains. Who gets them? Chilblains mainly affect young adults working outdoors with inadequate clothing, the elderly whose circulation is less efficient than it used to be, people who are anaemic and some medications can also cause them as a side effect. ow do now have them? The areas of the skin affected can feel like they are burning and or itching, which can intensify upon entering a warm room. There may be some swelling or redness (see photographs to the right) and in some cases the skin breaks and ulcers may be present. ow are they treated? The best form of treatment is to prevent them in the first place, keeping the whole of the body warm not just the extremities. Wear layers rather than one thick layer of clothes and use natural fibres like silk. If the chilblains are not broken then they will benefit from some creams and lotions. If they are ulcerated they will need immediate attention from a GP or a Podiatrist. For advice or treatment information, and to read our full article on chilblains visit us online at: footcheck.co.uk/ch b a ns

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HEALTH BOSSES URGE THOSE WITH COPD THAT IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO GET THEIR FLU JAB Recently the North of England has experienced some of the coldest temperatures of winter so far and NHS England North and the British Lung Foundation are reminding those with respiratory conditions to look after themselves this winter and that it is not too late to get a flu jab if they haven’t already done so. You may have noticed press coverage of World COPD Day 2018 last month, which aimed to raise awareness about chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) – a condition that causes thousands of additional admissions to hospital each winter. COPD is a respiratory condition that makes it difficult to empty air out of the lungs because your airways have been narrowed. It’s usually associated with long-term exposure to harmful substances such Dr Penny Woods, Chief Executive of the British Lung as cigarette smoke, or coal dust – often a legacy of Foundation, said: industry in parts of the North of England. “Prevention is vital in protecting the most vulnerable Every winter, GPs and hospitals see an increase in visits in our society: those with an existing lung condition, from people with respiratory conditions. In the North children, pregnant women and the elderly, to ensure of England, admissions to hospital for respiratory they don’t get flu. It’s so important that those who are related illness rose by 110% between summer and at greatest risk, and those who care for them, get a flu winter in 2017/18. jab. We don’t want anyone to take a gamble with their In 2017/18, there were 80% more respiratory health when an effective vaccine is available.” admissions in December to February than in the warmer months of March to May. January is typically the busiest month for hospital admissions of this nature and this year’s figures show there was a 17% increase from the same month in 2017 across the North of England.

Dr Mike Prentice, Medical Director for NHS England North, said: “When the temperature drops to below 8C, many of us, especially those with long term health conditions are at increased risk of falling seriously ill. Therefore, it’s important to heat your home to at least 18C to stay well this winter. If you start to feel unwell, at the first signs of winter respiratory illness, even if it’s just a cough or cold, get advice from your pharmacist, before it gets more serious.” 28

The cold can often help alert people, without a diagnosed lung condition, to identify some of the early warning signs. Anyone who notices the cold weather bringing on a cough, phlegm and shortness of breath, should consider getting it checked out by their GP. Flu on top of long term health conditions like these increases your chance of serious health complications and a hospital visit. Speak to your GP or pharmacist about the vaccination, which is the best protection we have against an unpredictable virus. For health advice this winter, please visit www.nhs.uk/ staywell and advice on how to manage COPD better can be found at https://www.blf.org.uk/support-foryou/copd/treatment/managing-my-copd


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

THE OLD MAN AND THE GUN (12a) Monday 21 January: 7.30pm; Tuesday 22 January: 2.30pm; Thursday 24 January: 7.30pm.

Coliseum Centre, Internet Cafe £1 per hour. Printing, Scanning, Photocopying. Open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. NB The Coliseum will close at 5pm Friday 21 December and re-open Wednesday 2 January at 9am.

BUMBLEBEE (PG) Saturday 26 January: 2.30pm; Sunday 27 January: 2.30pm; Monday 28 January: 2.30pm; Tuesday 29 January: 7.00pm; Thursday 31 January: 7.00pm.

At Pannett Park: Opening times: 9.30am-4.30pm Tues - Sun. Closed Mon. Last admission 4.00pm. Admission: £5.00 adults, £3.50 students. Whitby residents (proof needed) & under 17s Free.

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WHITBY MUSEUM & PANNETT ART GALLERY

Tea room Open 10am-3.30pm on Tues to Fri.

NB The Museum & Art Gallery will close for the Christmas period at 4.30pm on Sunday 16 December and reopen on Tuesday 8 January 2019 at 9.30am. The Museum Tea Room will close at 3.30pm on Thursday 13 December and reopen at 10.00am on Tuesday 15 January. A very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our visitors!

HOLMES AND WATSON (12a) Saturday 26 January: 7.30pm; Sunday 27 January: 7.30pm; Monday 28 January: 7.30pm; Tuesday 29 January: 2.30pm; Wednesday 30 January: 7.30pm. Yoga with Lee. Starts Monday 7 January at St John’s Ambulance Hall, Back St. Hilda’s Tce, Whitby. Mondays 9.30-10.30am, Tuesdays 7.00pm-8.00pm & Wednesdays 7.00pm-8.00pm. For more info visit www. facebook.com/sportsperformanceyoga EVERY SUNDAY

Whitby & District Astronomical Society Observing Nights. Start 7.30pm. Bruce Observatory, Caedmon School, Normanby Site. (Weather permitting: check for ST MARY’S CHURCH CHRISTMAS TREE EXHIBITION The exhibition of wonderful Christmas Trees provided relatively clear sky before leaving home. If in doubt, by the local community will continue daily up to 5 call Mark on 01947 605516. January from approx. 10.00am – 3.00pm unless there EVERY MONDAY is a service taken place when it will be 1.00pm-3.00pm. Back to Netball Whitby. Lose weight, develop the Not open Christmas Day. body's cardiovascular system, improve muscle tone. Women of all ages/abilities welcome. No previous CINEMA AT WHITBY PAVILION’S DIGITAL CINEMA experience needed. For information of venue and Ticket prices: Adults: £6.50 / Children: £5.50 / Friends dates please call Jody on 07540 127400 or email jody. of Whitby Pavilion: £5.50 / Family of 4: £22. NB Prices ivel@englandnetball.co.uk. shown are ticket face value. Booking fee applies to Whitby 6-a-side football league. At Caedmon School. online / telephone bookings Free registration. 40-min time slot games. Mondays NB Please check the Whitby Pavilion website at www. 7-10pm. Astroturf floodlit pitch & FA Referees. Cost: £28 whitbypavilion.com or call the box office on Whitby per team per week. League Secretary: Harry Staniforth. 458899 as dates/times subject to alteration. Tel: 01937 841 440. Email: info@footballmundial.com. WRECK IT RALPH 2: RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET Website: http://footballmundial.com (PG) Wednesday 2 January: 11.00am; Thursday 3 Computer drop-in session at Whitby Coliseum 2.00January: 11.00am. 4.00pm. Help with computers, tablets, laptops etc. Tel:

MARY POPPINS RETURNS (PG) Wednesday 2 January: 2.30pm & 7.00pm; Thursday 3 January: 2.30pm & 7.00pm; Friday 4 January 2.30pm & 7.00pm; Saturday 5 January 2.30pm & 7.00pm; Sunday 6 January 2.30pm & 7.00pm; Monday 7 January: 2.30pm; Tuesday 8 January: 2.30pm; Wednesday 9 January: 2.30pm; Thursday 10 January: 2.30pm.

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Theatre Drama Classes for boys & girls 6 years and upwards. Whitby Coliseum 4.10-4.55pm. £3.00 per child. No need to pre-book – just turn up. Taught to a structured syllabus by Barbara Benson-Smith. Senior Examiner of the UKA. For further details call Whitby AQUAMAN (12a) Sunday 20 January: 2.00pm; Tuesday 603229. NB Term-time only. 22 January: 7.00pm; Wednesday 23 January: 7.00pm; EVERY WEDNESDAY Thursday 24 January: 2.00pm Carpet Bowls at Hawsker Village Hall 2.30pm - 4.30pm. THE RUNAWAYS (12a) Sunday 20 January: 7.30pm; Phone Ernie 01947 880150 or Ruth 01947 880800. 30


Find the most up to date What’s On online at whitbyadvertiser.co.uk EVERY THURSDAY

Pilates class every Thursday 6.30pm - 7.15pm at Castleton Village Hall. Friendly class suitable for all abilities including beginners! For more information contact Pilates instructor Anne on 07921 312130. EVERY FRIDAY

Sleights Art Group 2019. Informal and friendly art sessions with help and guidance from professional artist Dave Jeffery at Sleights Village Hall. Each Friday afternoon 1.30pm to 3.30 pm, start date 18th January. 10 sessions £60 [please pay in full on the start date].

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Whitby Photographic Society. St. Johns Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7.00pm. Graham Robinson ‘Practical Camera Handling’. Non-members welcome, £2. SUNDAY JANUARY 6

Indoor Car Boot Sale. Whitby Pavilion 11.00am2.00pm. Handicrafts and second-hand goods. Free admission. Pavilion café open throughout. Tables cost just £4 (maximum 2 per person) - book in advance by calling (01947) 820627. TUESDAY JANUARY 8

Whitby & District Astronomical Society monthly meeting. Room H1, Caedmon College Normanby site (former Whitby School). 7.30-9.15pm. Usual tour of the night sky for the coming month using the Planetarium program. Topics for discussion. Further details at http:// www.whitby-astronomers.com. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9

Whitby in Bloom meeting Dalewood Centre, Cholmley Way, Whitby 3pm. Everyone welcome - get involved, catch up on our plans, help ensure that Whitby always Blooms! Meetings second Wednesday of each month.

Free Jigsaw Library at Staithes Co-op, 5 Whitby Road, Staithes TS13 5AL from 10.30am -12.30pm. Variety of jigsaws. Jigsaw donations welcomed - for collection tel. 07743 725586. Wednesday RNLI Tea Dance at the Royal Hotel, West Cliff. 2pm-4.30pm. Held second Wednesday each month. Dancing to live music with organist Steve Conroy. £3 entry includes tea/coffee & mince pies. Modern ballroom, social sequence, modern Latin. Old time, line dancing & party favourites. Large groups/coach parties welcome. Free parking behind hotel. All proceeds for Whitby Lifeboats.

THURSDAY JANUARY 10 Whitby Photographic Society. St. Johns Ambulance Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7.00pm. ‘An Evening with….’ club members Don Readman and Zoe Cooper. Non-members welcome, £2. Whitby Film Society screening at the Coliseum: ‘I Am Not a Witch’. A story of magic, misogyny, superstition and social strictures in a remote Zambian village as a child is accused of being a witch. Doors open 7.15 pm, curtain up 7.45pm. Entrance: £6.00. Light refreshments available. SATURDAY JANUARY 12 ‘Seventy years of change at Malham Tarn Field Centre’ by Jim Wright, Field Studies Council. Whitby Naturalist’s Club lecture in the Normanby Room, Whitby Museum, Pannett Park. Starts 2pm. All welcome; members £1, visitors £2. SUNDAY JANUARY 13 Indoor Car Boot Sale. Whitby Pavilion 11.00am2.00pm. Handicrafts and second-hand goods. Free admission. Pavilion café open throughout. Tables cost just £4 (maximum 2 per person) - book in advance by calling (01947) 820627. MONDAY JANUARY 14 Whitby Dairy Discussion Group meeting. The Stables at Cross Butts, Guisborough Road, Whitby YO21 1TL. Prompt start 7.45 pm. Silage Competition Awards & Talk, Gary Sanderson, Forage Technical Manager ForFarmers. Further info: Secretary Joyce Stangoe on 07868 956919 or email joyce.stangoe@gmail.com. Aislaby Y.C.A. meeting at Aislaby Hall 2pm.The talk will be "More travels with Ann". Visitors welcome, admission £2. For details call Pam on Whitby 810628. Sinbad the Sailor at Whitby Pavilion Theatre. Starts 7.00pm. Join Whitby's Apollo Players as they set sail with "Sinbad the Sailor"! A traditional family pantomime packed full of comedy, adventure, song & dance, lavish costumes and spectacular scenery. All tickets Monday & Tuesday £5, Weds-Sat adults £8 (under 14: £7). 0 available online at www.whitbypavilion.co.uk, through the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Whitby Pavilion Box Office 10am-4pm. TUESDAY JANUARY 15 Whitby Antique & Fine Arts Society Festive Lunch at the Stables. Meet 12.30pm for 1pm – just £19 per head. For further details contact Jill on Whitby 228109. Sinbad the Sailor at Whitby Pavilion Theatre 7pm (see entry for 14 January). WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 Quiz Night at the Conservative Club, Upgang Lane. 7.30pm start. Teams of 4/5. £3.50 pp to include nibbles. Raising money for Whitby Regatta. 31


Got an event coming up? Email us: info@whitbyadvertiser.co.uk Free Jigsaw Library at the Coliseum, Whitby (James Cook Theatre behind the café)10.30am-12.30pm. 1000+ jigsaws! Jigsaw donations welcomed. Further details: 07743 725586.

1920s Northern Territory outback. Doors open 7.15 pm, curtain up 7.45pm. Entrance: £6.00. Light refreshments available.

FRIDAY JANUARY 25 Sinbad the Sailor at Whitby Pavilion Theatre 7pm (see Coffee Morning at Whitby Conservative Club. Held last entry for 14 January). Friday of every month. 10.30am-12 noon. Coffee, cakes, chat, book exchange. All welcome. THURSDAY JANUARY 17 Whitby Photographic Society. St. Johns Ambulance ‘The Springsteen Sessions’ at Whitby Spa Pavilion. Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7.00pm. ‘Practical Starts 8.00pm. An energetic 2-hour+ show delivering the authentic sound of The Boss and the E Street band!! Evening’. Non-members welcome, £2. For more information visit www.thespringsteensessions. Sinbad the Sailor at Whitby Pavilion Theatre 7pm (see co.uk All tickets £20.00 available online at www. entry for 14 January). whitbypavilion.co.uk, through the ticket hotline FRIDAY JANUARY 18 on 01947 458899 and in person at the Whitby Pavilion Sinbad the Sailor at Whitby Pavilion Theatre 7pm (see Box Office. entry for 14 January). Hilarity Bites presents Tom Houghton ’The Honourable’ reminiscing on growing up and discovering that SATURDAY JANUARY 19 true honour often lies where you’d least expect. Whitby “WHALER" U3A Coffee Morning. St. John Doors open 7.30pm at Whitby Coliseum. Tickets £10 Ambulance Hall, Back St Hilda’s Tce. Held the third available from the Coliseum Centre or online at the Saturday of each month from 10.00am-11.30am. Hilarity Bites website. Sinbad the Sailor at Whitby Pavilion Theatre: matinee SATURDAY JANUARY 26 at 2pm and evening performance at 7pm. (see entry for ‘Whitby Museum collections’ by Denise Gildroy and 14 January). others, Whitby Museum. Whitby Naturalist’s Club lecture ‘Whitby Jet – where shamanism meets science’ by in the Normanby Room, Whitby Museum, Pannett Park. Sarah Steel, The Ebor Jetworks. Whitby Naturalist’s Club Starts 2pm. All welcome; members £1, visitors £2. lecture in the Normanby Room, Whitby Museum, Pannett Saltburn Blues Club presents The Lewis Hamilton Park. Starts 2pm. All welcome; members £1, visitors £2. Band and David Broad at Saltburn Cricket Club. Doors SUNDAY JANUARY 20 7.30pm. Tickets £10 from Milos Café, Saltburn, www. Indoor Car Boot Sale. Whitby Pavilion 11.00am- yorkshireticketshop.co and 07960935263. 2.00pm. Handicrafts and second-hand goods. Free SUNDAY JANUARY 27 admission. Pavilion café open throughout. Tables cost Indoor Car Boot Sale. Whitby Pavilion 11.00amjust £4 (maximum 2 per person) - book in advance by 2.00pm. Handicrafts and second-hand goods. Free calling (01947) 820627. admission. Pavilion café open throughout. Tables cost just £4 (maximum 2 per person) - book in advance by WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23 Free Jigsaw Library at Staithes Co-op, 5 Whitby Road, calling (01947) 820627. Staithes TS13 5AL from 10.30am -12.30pm. Variety of MONDAY JANUARY 28 jigsaws. Jigsaw donations welcomed - for collection tel. Whitby Flower Club meeting in Sleights Village Hall 07743 725586. 2pm: A.G.M. followed by a workshop "Hearts and Quiz Night at the Conservative Club, Upgang Lane. Flowers" by Audrey Foster. Visitors welcome, admission 7.30pm start. Teams of 4/5. £5.00 pp to include supper. £3. Call Monica on Whitby 604881 / Margaret Whitby 603297 for details. Raising money for Whitby Lifeboat. THURSDAY JANUARY 31 THURSDAY JANUARY 24 Whitby Photographic Society. St. Johns Ambulance Hall Whitby Photographic Society. St. Johns Ambulance (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7.00pm. Tracey Chapman, Hall (back St Hilda’s Tce) 6.45pm for 7.00pm. ‘An Evening ‘Pet Photography’. Non-members welcome, £2. with….’ club members Bob Carson and Richard Day. Nonmembers welcome, £2. Whitby Film Society screening at the Coliseum: ‘Sweet Country Australia’’. A film of shocking cruelty and haunting beauty with its tragic tale of tensions set in the 32

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WHAT’S ON AT 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. 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 STORY TOTS - Back at a new time! 10.30-11.15am every Tuesday morning in term time. Stories, crafts and fun for 0-5 year olds FOR HIRE.... Large and small Meeting Rooms available for hire at reasonable rates - call the library for more info. MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR!.... We would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Please note, the library will close at 1pm on Saturday 22 December 2018 and re-open 9pm on Wednesday 3 January 2019.

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Adult Learning Courses in Whitby English and maths

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Do you need a maths or English qualification in order to apply for a job or to progress in your career? We teach in small groups in a relaxed setting with like minded people. All our maths and English courses are FREE.

Update your computing and digital skills; courses are held every Wednesday morning – all levels.

English for speakers of other languages Is English your second language? Would you to progress at work? Would you like to gain access to public services and function more effectively? Our ESOL skills for life qualifications are for anyone based in the UK who needs to improve their understanding and use of written or spoken English. www.northyorks.gov.uk/adultlearning LEARNING for work

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Education and Training Would you like to work in a school setting? Come along to our FREE information session on the 23rd of January 12:30-15:00. Our level 1 and 2 courses are FREE if your annual salary is less than ÂŁ15,736.50, or if you are unemployed, receiving state benefits and actively seeking work. Meet our Adviser at our weekly Wednesday drop in session at Whitby Library, 9:30-12:00 or call 01609 780780 to make an appointment.

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MATRIMONIAL ISSUES: YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

The decision to separate or divorce can leave you feeling vulnerable, worried about the process and wondering how best to deal with the issues that arise. Whitby Lawyer Teresa Bennion answers your questions. Q: What will I need to consider? A: You will need to think about where you will live and if living alone, how you will afford the bills. Decisions will need to be made on how any property, money and belongings will be divided. If you have children, consider where they will live, who with, and where and how often will they see the parent they are not living with? Also, what financial contributions will need to be considered from each parent to provide for them? Q: Do I need a Solicitor?

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likely to be, how often they will update you and what will happen when you go to court. Your solicitor can advise if you may qualify for Legal Aid but to ease financial worries, look for a firm that can offer you different payment options depending on the level of help you need. Above all, you should feel comfortable that your solicitor will do the • Teresa Bennion best they can for you. Your situation is unique and you want to know the advice you are given is tailored to your specific situation. Don’t be afraid to talk to a few solicitors and go with one you feel you can trust.

A: If both parties agree on the reasons for ending the marriage, arrangements for children and division of If you would like to talk to Teresa about a family related property and assets, there may not be a need for court issue, please call her on 01947 601122. proceedings and the process will be considerably cheaper. Mediation can help where there are areas of disagreement but the outcome is not legally binding. If informal agreements break down or you are not in a position to amicably discuss and agree on the best way forward, a solicitor can: • Advise on your entitlement to capital, property, pension claims and ongoing financial support. • Advise on dealing with arrangements for your children. • Work with you to ensure agreements are legally binding or, in the case of a court hearing, to obtain the best outcome for you and any children you are responsible for. Q: What should I look for if I need to consult a solicitor? A: Look for a firm which is a member of Resolution and has solicitors that specialise in family Law. Before you meet them, think about what kind of things you want to ask and prepare a list of questions– this can help keep costs down if your solicitor charges an hourly rate. Your solicitor should give you an idea on how long the process might take, what the costs are 38


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WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO SELL MY PROPERTY? Let’s start by saying we hope you have all enjoyed the festive period. As Christmas begins to feel like a distant memory, the mince pies have all been eaten and you’ve all got bored of leftover turkey sandwiches, the start of a new year becomes the focus.

Article courtesy of Nick Henderson Hendersons Estate Agents, Whitby

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.

At this time of year, we keep getting asked the same question over and over 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 JULY / AUGUST a given that it is not worth trying to sell in the winter With long warm evenings and the garden looking at its months. best this really is a great time to have viewings. Seriously, buyers do not care whether there is snow or 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 cosy 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 SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER After Spring, this is traditionally the second busiest time come onto the market in Spring. to sell. The kids are back at school, many teenagers have headed off to university 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? With a competition, you have to take part in it to be in with a chance of winning and the same goes for selling too - you have to be on the market to be in with a chance of selling as you certainly won’t move your property on if you are not!

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WHITBY GROUP PRACTICE Spring Vale Medical Centre, Whitby - 01947 820888 WHITBY GROUP PRACTICE Station Road, Robin Hood’s Bay - 01947 880230 CHURCHFIELD SURGERY Iburndale Lane, Iburndale, Sleights - 01947 810466 DANBY SURGERY Briar Hill, Danby, Whitby - 01287 660739

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EGTON SURGERY Egton, Whitby - 01947 895356

BECKS VETERINARY PRACTICE High Stakesby, Whitby - 01947 820333

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TRAVELINE - PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFORMATION 0871 200 2233

NHS DIRECT - 111 SAUL BLACK CHIROPODIST / PODIATRIST 5A Skinner Street, Whitby - 01947 825137 WHITBY FOODBANK - 07812 965924 SAMARITANS 24 Hour free call number from any phone 116123

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FUNDRAISING SPECTACULAR: SHOWADDYWADDY WITH SUPPORT FIVE DIVIDE. Friday 8 March 2019. Tickets available from Whitby Pavilion Tel. 01947 458899, Martin Hart 01947 601599 / 07949 840899 and Barry Brown (Fortunes Kippers) 07857 061866. All proceeds to go to Yorkshire Air Ambulance (in memory of postie PERSONAL SERVICES Tony Ralph). STOP PRESS!! FISH ‘N’ CHIP NIGHT booked CARE WITH KINDNESS ALWAYS GUARANTEED. Care at Hadley’s Bridge Street for Friday 1 March 7.30pm. and support in your own home tailored to your needs. We also offer our ad-hoc service including overnight COLISEUM CENTRE INTERNET CAFE £1 per hour. support. Contact Kingfisher Care on 07758 195795 or Printing, Scanning, Photocopying. Open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. email: enquiries@kingfisher-care.co.uk FULLY ACCREDITED BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE CLEANING COURSES offered by MeSign Communication Specialists. MEADOWS HOUSEKEEPING DOMESTIC CLEANING Contact Ashlee@mesign.co.uk / 07792 010630. AND IRONING. Fully insured and DBS checked. www. meadowshousekeeping.co.uk. Call Joanne on 07707 834073 ST. JOHN’S AMBULANCE HALL Starting 7th January 2019 Mondays 09:30 - 10:30, Tuesdays 19:00 - 20:00 and Wednesdays 19:00 - 20:00 Contact and further info: WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE www.facebook.com/sportsperformanceyoga Book your FREE estimate. leedyoga@gmail.com Contact us on: 07754 339 425 or LEARN SPANISH in a relaxed and fun way in small groups or private, beginners and other levels. 90-minute lessons £6 per person in groups or £18 individual tuition. Tel: 07778 662649.

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COMMUNITY NOTICE

HELPING TO TACKLE LONELINESS IN WHITBY WITH SAFE AND CONNECTED TRIAL SCHEME

bothering them and whether they would like to speak to someone about anything they need help with or that is worrying them. Customers say that find it reassuring to know that the checks will take place and often they don’t need any other support. When they say they would like help, a member of the Living Well team contacts them to talk about their concerns and to find out what support they need. Many customers have already benefitted by receiving North Yorkshire County Council joins forces with advice, reassurance, help with GP appointments, Royal Mail to help older people in Whitby stay well practical tasks and connecting them to local voluntary and independent at home. services. There are still places left on the new Safe and Connected scheme so if you know of anyone who Contact details: would be interested in taking part please get in touch Louise Partlett – Living Well Coordinator with Louise Partlett. Tel: 01609 532962 Since October, people over 65 in Whitby have had E: Louise.Partlett@northyorks.gov.uk the opportunity to take part in this Governmentfunded trial. Postmen and postwomen from Royal Trudy Rodgers – Living Well Team Manager Mail’s Whitby delivery office visit participants twice a Tel: 01609 536632 week to check on their wellbeing. They ask them set E: Trudy.Rodgers@northyorks.gov.uk questions about the person’s health and happiness, whether they have had difficulty taking part in social activities, whether they’ve had problems with anyone

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ACCOUNTANTS & ADMIN SERVICES Asquith & Co ......................................................................... 40 Fresh Look Accounts ......................................................... 40 ACCOMMODATION & PROPERTY SERVICES Henderson Property Services (Yorkshire) Ltd.......... 43 Woodrose Shepherds Huts ............................................. 4 Yorkshire Cottages ............................................................ 44 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES AL Turner & Associates ..................................................... 40 BATHROOMS & KITCHENS David Kent Kitchens .......................................................... 51 Gibson Cabinet Makers .................................................... 52 Stringers Kitchens............................................................... 53 3Ways Kitchens & Bedrooms ......................................... 50 BEREAVEMENT SERVICES J Rotherham Monumental Mason ............................... 90 John Corner Funeral Services ........................................ 90 BICYCLE REPAIR Dr Cranks ................................................................................ 84 BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Adam Stringer Joinery & Building Ltd ........................ 70 Anderson Builders .............................................................. 68 Elvidge Renovation & Restoration ............................... 66 Graham Gill Property Repairs ........................................ 89 Halls Applications ............................................................... 69 Lawson Builders and High Access Ltd ........................ 67 Martyn Cana Building & Roofing .................................. 69 Robert Harrison & Sons .................................................... 67 Starline Construction ........................................................ 68 Staydry Roofing & Building Maintenance ................. 69 Stormshield Roofing.......................................................... 69 Warrior Woodworking ...................................................... 70 CAR & VEHICLE AB 4x4 Landrovers.............................................................. 87 Chips Away............................................................................ 84 CT Autos ................................................................................. 86 Cuts Tyres ............................................................................... 86 Easington Service Station ................................................ 87 Jennings Ford Transit Centre ......................................... 85 Universal Garage ................................................................. 87 Whitby Tyre & Exhaust Centre ....................................... 84 CAR WASH & VALETING Kangaroo Hand Car Wash ............................................... 86 RJ Valeting ............................................................................. 86 CARE AND THE OLDER PERSON Disability Action Group ................................................... 93 Kingfisher Care .................................................................... 88 Scarborough Mobility ....................................................... 91 CARPETS, FLOORS & CARPET CLEANING Drapers Carpets ................................................................... 49 Fletcher & Woodhouse ..................................................... 47 Mike Roper Carpet Cleaning .......................................... 57 Neil Robinson ....................................................................... 46 CHIMNEY SWEEPS Cleansweep........................................................................... 57 Mucky Duck Chimney Sweep ........................................ 57 CLEANING & HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES SL Cleaning............................................................................ 56 Upstairs Downstairs ........................................................... 55 94

COMMUNITY & LEISURE Adult Learning Classes in Whitby................................. 34 Coast & County Radio ....................................................... 37 LP Dance Centre.................................................................. 35 NHS COPD and Flu Awareness editorial .................... 28 North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Home Fire Safety Checks ....................................................................... 74 Prize Crossword .................................................................. 54 RNLI Tea Dance .................................................................... 32 Safer Communities Information ................................... 78 ‘Showcase’ by Colebrooke Productions .................... 33 ‘Sinbad the Sailor’ .............................................................. 96 Useful Telephone Numbers ............................................ 82 Whitby Library What’s On events ................................. 32 Whitby Lions Boxing Day Dip ....................................... 36 Whitby Pavilion Digital Cinema .................................... 34 ‘Whitby Safe and Connected’ trial scheme .............. 92 Woodrose Shepherds Huts ............................................. 4 COMPUTER, TECH & WEB DESIGN The Computer Centre ...................................................... 6 The Conversion Company Limited ............................ 7 Compu SOS ........................................................................... 41 CRAFTS PennyClare Furniture, Crafts & Gifts ............................ 5 Whitby Picture Framing .................................................. 89 CURTAINS & BLINDS Blinds 2000 ............................................................................ 46 Priory Blinds .......................................................................... 48 Whitby Blinds & Shutters ................................................. 48 DENTAL Park Avenue Dental Practice .......................................... 29 The Denture Clinic.............................................................. 29 DOMESTIC APPLIANCE REPAIRS Keith Bedlington ................................................................. 61 Newlove Repair Service Ltd ............................................ 62 Pennywise Appliances Ltd (Bosch) .............................. 3 Pennywise Appliances Ltd (Beko) ................................ 56 DRAIN SERVICES Steve Welford Drain Clearing......................................... 57 EDUCATION AND TUITION Adult Learning Classes in Whitby................................. 34 ELECTRICIANS Handy Andy Electrical ....................................................... 63 Stakesby Electrical .............................................................. 63 Tony Barnes Electrical Contractor ................................ 63 FOOD AND DRINK Cliffemount Hotel ............................................................... 12 Co-op Whitby ....................................................................... 8 Excelsior Fisheries ............................................................... 17 The Fisherman’s Wife ........................................................ 17 The Forge ............................................................................... 11 Indian Moments .................................................................. 10 Kam Thai................................................................................. 13 Magpie Café .......................................................................... 15 The Met ................................................................................... 16 Trenchers ............................................................................... 19 White Horse & Griffin......................................................... 14 FOOT HEALTH & PODIATRY Bev Allen at Whitby Podiatry Chiropody & Footcare ............................................................................. 26


Kate Riley Podiatrist ........................................................... 26 Lindsay Ebbs Podiatry ....................................................... 25 Whitby Podiatry Chiropody & Footcare..................... 27 GARDENING, LANDSCAPE & FENCING Andy’s Tidy Gardens .......................................................... 76 Design-a-Landscape .......................................................... 77 ‘Everything Trees’ Tree Surgeons ................................. 76 Mike Stainthorpe ................................................................ 68 North Yorkshire Sheds ...................................................... 75 STS Tree Surgeons .............................................................. 76 Town & Country Landscapes ......................................... 77 Yorkshire Shed Company ................................................ 75 HAIR & BEAUTY Capellos .................................................................................. 21 Colour Me .............................................................................. 20 Harper Brown ....................................................................... 24 VIP’s Salon.............................................................................. 20 HEALTH & FITNESS Jamie Risato Muscle Injury Clinic.................................. 24 Slimming World .................................................................. 23 Park Avenue Dental Practice .......................................... 29 The Denture Clinic.............................................................. 29 TNT Fitness ............................................................................ 22 JOBS & VOLUNTEERING Church House....................................................................... 88 JOINERS Adam Stringer Joinery ...................................................... 70 Mike Brown Joinery Services .......................................... 70 Staydry Roofing & Building Maintenance ................. 69 Warrior Woodworking ...................................................... 70 LAUNDRY & LAUNDRETTE SERVICES SL Laundries.......................................................................... 56 LOCKSMITHS Pete Ryan ............................................................................... 62 Acair Locks ............................................................................ 89 LOGS Brian Pask Logs .................................................................... 74 JTW Firewood Supplies .................................................... 74 Logs & Firewood ................................................................. 74 Mulgrave Estate Logs ........................................................ 74 MUSIC David Bentley Violin/Viola teacher .............................. 4 Phil Martin ............................................................................. 4 PAINTERS & DECORATORS Apex Traditional Decorators .......................................... 64 Glenn Beveridge.................................................................. 63 Lynn Fletcher ........................................................................ 64 Paintpots & Poppies .......................................................... 63 Philip Dacre ........................................................................... 63 Shane Pimm .......................................................................... 64 Steven Spreadbury............................................................. 64 PET & AGRICULTURAL SERVICES BATA......................................................................................... 83 Beck Veterinary Practice................................................... 81 Becks Vets article: ‘New Years Resolutions’ .............. 80 Cleveland Country Store .................................................. 79 Millbry Hill .............................................................................. 81 Scruffy Pups .......................................................................... 81

PICTURE FRAMING Whitby Picture Framing ................................................... 89 PLASTERERS Elvidge Renovation and Restoration .......................... 66 Tom Jefferson Plastering ................................................. 68 PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICES Abbey Gas ............................................................................. 59 Amber Heating .................................................................... 60 East Coast Boilers ................................................................ 59 Heritage Stoves ................................................................... 61 John Scott Plumbing ......................................................... 58 Matthew Hodgson Plumbing and Heating .............. 57 More than Gas .................................................................... 88 Nathan Alan Brown ............................................................ 58 Peak Power Systems .......................................................... 60 Q Plumbing ........................................................................... 57 Town & Country Fires ........................................................ 61 PRINTERS Bakers Printers ..................................................................... 45 REMOVALS, STORAGE & BUSINESS UNITS AR Storage ............................................................................. 72 Britannia-Devereux ............................................................ 73 Jet Removals ......................................................................... 45 Neil’s Removals .................................................................... 45 Rocket Removals ................................................................. 45 RETAIL & GIFTWARE PennyClare Furniture, Crafts & Gifts ............................ 5 Whitby Glass ......................................................................... 4 ROOFING CONTRACTORS Halls Applications ............................................................... 69 Staydry Roofing ................................................................... 69 Stormshield Roofing.......................................................... 69 SCRAP METAL, SKIP & WASTE SERVICES Noble’s Recycling................................................................ 71 Selly Hill Scrap Metals ....................................................... 72 SOLICITORS AND LEGAL SERVICES Blacks Solicitors LLP ........................................................... 39 Coles the Solicitors ............................................................. 39 Noel Barrett Legal Services Ltd ..................................... 40 Pinkney Grumwells ............................................................ 38 TAXIS Esk Taxis ................................................................................. 89 Abbey Taxis ........................................................................... 89 TREE SURGEONS & TREE CUTTING Everything Trees.................................................................. 76 STS Tree Surgeons .............................................................. 76 TROPHIES/ENGRAVING, ETCHING & SIGNS Guisborough Trophy Centre .......................................... 88 Croft Cast Signs ................................................................... 89 TV REPAIRS/AERIALS John Lees Aerials................................................................. 62 Little & Brown ....................................................................... 62 Steve Shackleton ................................................................ 62 UPHOLSTERERS Alan Henderson Upholstery ........................................... 48 WINDOW CLEANERS Clear Reflections Window Cleaning ............................ 88 WINDOWS AND CONSERVATORIES Centurion Windows ........................................................... 64 Cowen Windows ................................................................. 65 Sefton Trowsdale Double Glazing ............................. 66 95


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