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WHITBY AREA MUSICAL THEATRE COMPANY presents

SOMETHING WONDERFUL 50 MUSICAL YEARS

DIRECTOR: ROSALIE ABEL

MUSICAL DIRECTOR: SUE ROWLAND

WHITBY PAVILION THEATRE 2ND AND 3RD JUNE 2016 7.30PM TICKET PRICE ÂŁ8.00 Box Office 01947 458899 www.whitbypavilion.co.uk (Booking fee applied to all telephone and online bookings)

FEATURING Peter Pan.Seussical.Wizard Of Oz.Return To The Forbidden Planet.Orpheus In The Underworld.Land Of Smiles. The Merry Widow.The Mikado.Die Fledermaus.Iolanthe.The Pirates Of Penzance.Brigadoon.Me And My Girl. Oliver.My Fair Lady.Calamity Jane.The Pajama Game.Annie Get Your Gun.The Music Man.Annie.Hello Dolly. Showboat.Anything Goes.Carousel.The Sound Of Music.The King And I.Oklahamo.Kiss Me Kate. Fiddler On The Roof.Joseph and The Amazing Tecnicolor Dreamcoat.Sister Act. 2 facebook.com/WhitbyAreaMusicalTheatreCo


Advertiser

Whitby

June 2016

Hello and welcome to the June edition of the Whitby Advertiser, the number one choice for advertising in Whitby and the surrounding district. I hope that you will enjoy this new edition of our magazine, whether you are a resident, business owner, visitor or holidaymaker to the area. Well, as I am sure you already know, Father’s Day falls on Sunday 19th June. If you haven’t already done so, mark the date on your calendar and give your superhero a gift that he is sure to cherish and remember. Browsing through the following pages will definitely give you inspirational ideas that will make your Dad’s day! This month, our issue stands at a bumper 104-pages and we have squeezed as much as we possibly can between the covers. As always, you will find adverts from new businesses as well as our regular advertisers, and everything you can possibly think of from bathrooms to beauty treatments, pets to plumbers, and cars to carpets. There is a handy index at the back too to help you find what you are looking for.

As always, there is our ever-popular prize crossword to do - could you be our lucky winner this month? Simply have a go, work out what the mystery word is, then drop us a line by postcard or email and the prize, a £10 gift voucher to spend at Harper Brown health and beauty salon could be yours!

If you haven’t checked out our website recently, it is well worth a visit. Now with a new look, you will find lots of information at just the click of your mouse. There is our Business Directory, a comprehensive listing of all our advertisers, both past and present. If you are a business and want to upgrade your listing to our new premium Business Directory listing, please get in touch. If you are interested in advertising with us, the advertising section gives all the information you will need including advert prices and sizes, advertising deadline dates and a map of where we deliver to. You can scroll through our current and recent issues on our website too, as well as check a handy calendar containing all our What’s On events for the month. Choose the best. Choose the Whitby Advertiser and bring extra business to your door.

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.

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Dining Out Guide Whitby Slimmers Raise £’s For Charity What’s On Line Ads Strange Whitby Tales Talking Property Finding Your Way Down To Silver Street Here Comes Summer Prize Crossword Useful Numbers Index


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OPEN MON-SAT 4pm - late SUN 12noon - late KARAOKE EVERY FRIDAY FROM 9PM - ALL WELCOME! SUNDAY CARVERY Served 12noon-2:30pm Adults £6.95, Smaller portion £5.95 Children aged 8 & under £3.95 BOOK NOW FOR FATHER’S DAY Sunday 19th June SIXTIES DANCE NIGHT with Five Divide Sat 18th June - 8pm-late Tickets £4 in advance, £5 on door on sale from: The Greedy Pig & The Met BURGER NIGHT - 2 FOR £12 EVERY FRIDAY 5pm-8pm Our delicious homemade Met Burgers served with all the trimmings OUR FULL BAR MENU IS ALSO AVAILABLE FUNCTION ROOM FOR HIRE Weddings, parties, celebrations. Full in-house catering CALL CHRIS FOR MORE INFO Argyle Road, Whitby, YO21 3HU

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SCARBOROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL LICENSING ACT 2003

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE/ CLUB PREMISES CERTIFICATE Premises

Whitby Friendship Amateur Rowing Club, New Way Ghaut Whitby, North Yorkshire. YO22 4DH

Notice is given that Whitby Friendship Amateur Rowing Club has applied to Scarborough Borough Council Licensing Authority for a Premises Licence or Club Premises Certificate under Section 17 of the Licensing Act 2003. The Licensable activities are: Retail sale of alcohol for consumption on and off the premises (Beer Garden) Performance of Live Music (on the premises) Performance of Recorded Music (on the premises) Performance of facilities to dancing (on the premises) Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to: Licensing Services, Town Hall, St Nicholas Street, Scarborough, YO11 2HG. Representations must be received by the date below 23rd June, 2016 (Not to be less than 28 days, starting on the day after the application was given to the Licensing Authority) The Application Record and Register may be viewed during normal office hours at the above address or at www.scarborough.gov.uk It is an offence under Section 158 of the Licensing Act 2003, knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is up to level 5 on the standard scale (ÂŁ5000) 20


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Whitby slimmers lose lbs and raise £s for charity! Caring members of the Sneaton Castle and Eastside Community Centre Slimming World groups have bagged up their clothes they’ve successfully slimmed out of to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Jo and Sal, weight loss Consultants who run the Whitby Slimming World groups, encouraged members, their friends and families in Whitby to spring-clean their wardrobes and collect the clothes, shoes and accessories they’ve successfully slimmed out of to generate valuable stock for the Whitby Cancer Research UK shop. The groups, in Whitby have lost a stunning 487 stone since January this year, were taking part in the organisation’s national fundraising campaign, the ‘Big Slimming

World Clothes Throw’. Last year Slimming World’s Big Clothes Throw raised £1.7m for Cancer Research UK, and this year the organisation aims to raise £2m for the charity. With each bag worth up to £25, hopes the contribution from the Whitby groups will help to reach that total. “The incredible members of our groups have amazed us with their enthusiasm, dedication and commitment once again! This year’s Big Clothes Throw has been a fantastic success, and we can’t believe just how many bags my members, their friends and families have managed to collect for Cancer Research UK. It’s been so rewarding and we are so proud to help pull together such a phenomenal amount of stock for such a worthwhile cause!”

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What I Learned From Johnny Bevan 26 May, 7.45pm

Winner of the Fringe First Award for new writing

Raz

28 May, 7.45pm

★★★★★

“an enthralling performance” Evening Standard

The National Joke

Arabian Nights

A searingly funny new play by Torben Betts.

3 & 4 June, 7pm

A modern telling of these timeless tales by the SJT Youth Theatre.

8 June - 20 August

Home truths begin to emerge when Rupert St John-Green MP and three generations of women gather in the family garden to watch a total solar eclipse.

SUMMER FESTIVAL

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JUNE THROUGHOUT THE MONTH IT Helps. Stuck setting up an email, struggling with online forms? Come in & see one of our friendly IT helpers. Sessions take place at Whitby Library every Monday 11-1, Tuesday 10-12 & 2-4 & Thursday 10-12. Booking advisable. Tel. 01609 534350 or email whitby. library@northyorks.gov.uk for more details.

A display of “living memory” images at Whitby Library where you can share your memories of Whitby’s not too distant past. Tel. 01609 534350 or email whitby. library@northyorks.gov.uk for more details. EVERY MONDAY 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. All classes by Barbara Benson-Smith. Senior Examiner of the UKA. For further information please call Whitby 603229.

Computer drop-in session at the Coliseum from 2pm to 4pm for people with queries or help with tablets, laptops etc. Tel: Whitby 825000 for further details EVERY TUESDAY The Blue Bear Club. A story & rhyme time for Under 5s at Whitby Library on Tuesday afternoons between 2.15 & 3.00. Includes interactive stories, singing, crafts & teddy bears picnics. Tel. 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks.gov.uk for more details. Tea Dances with Ray Kirk at The Northern Lights Suite Whitby Pavilion from 1pm. £3.75 per person. A friendly social dance session with Ray Kirk playing a mixed dance programme and the opportunity to make requests. EVERY WEDNESDAY Computer classes for beginners at the Coliseum from 10am to 11.30pm. £5 per lesson. Tel: Whitby 825000 for further details.

EVERY THURSDAY Sleights Toddler Group held Thursdays (term time) 9.30-11.00 am at Sleights Village Hall. Suitable for babies to 4 years. We provide snack, crafts and songs. £1.50 per session. All welcome https://www.facebook. com/SleightsMotherAndToddler ‘Move It or Lose It’ class at Staithes Village Hall 2.00– 3.00pm Thursday afternoons. Entry £2 per person. For more info call Nicola on 01947 821302 / 07851 747250.

EVERY FRIDAY Sleights Village Hall Art Group. Fridays 1.30 to 3.30 pm. Informal and friendly art sessions - work independently or receive help and guidance from professional artist Dave Jeffery. For further information contact Dave on 01947 821832 djart@mypostoffice. co.uk www.davejeffery.co.uk

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‘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.

Coffee morning to be held at the home of Brenda Simpson, 17 Mulgrave Road, Whitby between 10am12 noon. Raffle, tombola & cake stall. In aid of Felstead Aid for Deprived Children in the Ukraine.

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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.

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An Evening of Clairvoyance at the Coliseum with June Walsh. Doors open at 6.30pm for 7pm start. Admission £5.00. Proceeds to charity.

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'Something Wonderful’ Whitby Area Musical Theatre Company celebrating 50 musical years. Whitby Pavilion Theatre. Starts 7.30pm Tickets £8.00 Box Office: 01947 458899 or visit www.whitbypavilion.co.uk ‘Coins in my Pocket’ at Whitby’s Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Grape Lane. Children will have the chance to make a lucky charm or love token and a pocket to put it in, in this craft workshop. Drop-in 11am – 4pm. £1.00 or free with museum entry. For more information please phone 01947 601900 Broadwood Piano Festival Lythe Village Hall 10.00am10.00pm. Exhibition music, stalls, demonstrations, café, evening concerts. Please call 0777 0772233 for more details.

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

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Glaisdale Women’s Institute meeting at the Robinson Institute 7.30pm-9.30pm - meets the second Thursday of each month. Lots of interesting topics discussed!

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Whitby 60s Festival. From Friday night to Sunday night, a full weekend of sixties music, featuring some of the biggest names of the 1960s. Whitby Pavilion Complex Spa Theatre. For tickets please call 01757 700042. Further details at www.whitbypavilion.co.uk/events/ Whitby-60s-Festival-June-2016 Esk Valley Mini Markets themed market: ‘Ladies Pamper Market’. Danby Village Hall 10am to 3pm. Free admission. Donations welcome for Yorkshire Air Ambulance. New stallholders always welcome - book early to avoid disappointment. More themed markets coming up in 2016. Contact via Facebook page or call/ text 07702 164091.


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Open Gardens in Robin Hood's Bay and Fylingthorpe from 11am to 5pm in aid of the Alzheimer's Society. Tickets £5 per adult, children under 16 free if accompanied by an adult. Tickets available from Station Road Stores and Thorpe Stores. 20 gardens open, refreshments, music, plant and cake stalls, tombola. For more details contact Sue 01947 880948.

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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.

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Quiz at the Conservative Club on Upgang Lane. 7.00pm for 7.30pm start in aid of Fight4Whitby campaign. Teams of 4 or 5 people. £5 per person (includes pie & peas supper). Raffle with great prizes. Further information about the campaign is at www. fight4whitby.com.

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Gateway Whitby Volunteer Day to clear Himalayan Balsam on the Cinder Track near Beevers and on Stakesby Vale. Also litter picking and covering up of graffiti. Meet at 10.00am by Beevers at Stakesby Vale. Please contact Sandra Smith on 01947 820025 for more details. ‘Politically Incorrect: Edwina's Tales from the Jungle (and elsewhere!)’ – An Evening with Edwina Currie at Whitby Pavilion Complex Spa Theatre. Doors open 7pm, show starts at 7.30pm. All tickets £16.50. Please call 01947 820625. For further details: visit www. whitbypavilion.co.uk/search/events/June

‘Flipside Rock & Roll Weekend’ at Whitby Pavilion 17-18 Complex. An influx of Teddy boys, Teddy girls and lively Rock ‘n Roll bands and dances! Tickets from £15. More info available at www.flipsiderocknroll.co.uk or call 07738 207713.

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Esk Valley Mini Markets Open Market at’ Danby Village Hall 10am to 3pm. Free admission. Donations welcome for Yorkshire Air Ambulance. New stallholders always welcome - book early to avoid disappointment. Contact via Facebook page or call/ text 07702 164091. Craft Fair 10am-3pm Parish Hall, Bow Street, Guisborough. An ideal opportunity to find a special and unique Father’s Day gift. Free children’s activity. Refreshments are available. Free entry and parking. 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.

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Moreland & Arbuckle (USA) with support by Claude Bourbon at Saltburn Blues Club (Saltburn Cricket Club) at 8pm. Tickets £12 from Whistlestop Wines Saltburn, www.yorkshireticketshop.co and 07960 935263.

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Whitby Library Reading Group from 6-7pm every 3rd Tuesday of the month. New members welcome. Call 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks. gov.uk for more details.

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Whitby Antique & Fine Arts Society: ‘Mr Stewart and the Romanoffs’ by Peter Rogers. Starts 7.30pm at the Green Lane Centre. Guests very welcome - £3 on the door. Meetings every third Tuesday of the month.

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Goathland Craft Fairs. 10.00 am to 4.30 pm. New crafters welcome for our successful and long established Craft Fairs. Contact Elsie on 01947 896333 or e-mail elsie.goathland@gmail.com

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Whitby Photographic Society: Grosmont. Meet at the station 6 p.m. In case of bad weather ring Janet 01947 603428.

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

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Whitby Art Fair at Whitby Pavilion Complex.10.00am4.00pm each day showcasing the work of 45 artists from Whitby & Scarborough. Sale of a diverse range of art - prices to suit all budgets. Free entry. Craft & Gift Fair at Fylingdales Village Hall Robin Hood's Bay. Open 10.30am - 4.00pm each day. Free entry. Refreshments available. For more information, visit www.dippydesignsgifts.co.uk Limehouse Lizzy at Whitby Pavilion Theatre. Tickets £16.00. Doors open 7.00pm for 7.30pm show. Tickets and further details available at www.whitbypavilion. com Ticket hotline 01947 458899, also available in person at the Whitby Pavilion Box Office. Whitby Flower Club meeting at Sleights Village Hall, at 2pm. Irene Parker will be demonstrating "The Wow Factor". Visitors and new members always welcome. For information about the Club contact Monica on 604881 or Pat on 603648.

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Whitby Area Musical Theatre Company Celebrating 50 years with ‘Something Wonderful’ 50 years ago, in September 1966 an advert, placed in the Whitby Gazette by David Richardson, led to the formation of the Whitby Amateur Operatic Society, and in May 1967 “The Pirates of Penzance” by Gilbert and Sullivan was presented for 4 nights at Caedmon School. By the following year the society had expanded enough to become affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association and, changing its name to Whitby Area Musical Theatre Company in the late1990s, the group has now staged musical shows in Whitby continuously for half a century.

Whitby Area Musical theatre Company The cast of ‘Something Wonderful’

The Company would like to invite everyone who has been associated with these productions over the years, as actor, singer, dancer, director, musician, stage crew, wardrobe team, chaperone, subscriber, or in any other way - to join them in a very special 50 year celebration. The Celebration begins with a concert, “Something Wonderful ~ 50 Musical Years” which opens at the Whitby Pavilion Theatre on Thursday 2nd June 2016 with a repeat peformance on Friday 3rd June. Both performances start at 7.30pm and feature a compilation of some of the most memorable songs from the shows that the Company has presented since 1967. Celebrations will continue on Saturday 4th June with a Gala Day, for which the Company is in the process of planning a series of activities and/or workshops followed by a dinner in the Northern Lights Suite at the Whitby Pavilion. Tickets for the concert are on sale at the Whitby Pavilion priced £8. Visit in person, phone 01947 458899 or book on line www.whitbypavilion.com. To ensure a place at the dinner contact Alison Graham on 01947 821319. 36


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MEDICS UK REQUIRE QUALIFIED FIRST AID STAFF for ad-hoc work at numerous large events across Yorkshire. Working with our paramedics and nurses this is an exciting opportunity. Please email your CV to info@medicsuk.net. Contact 07837 210 050 or www.medicsuk.net for further details 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.

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1 DAY LANDSCAPE DRAWING & PAINTING COURSE. 22nd July in Whitby with experienced, qualified & professional artist/tutor. Cost £45. Beginners/advanced welcome. Contact Anne Moses Tel: 07811 419835 or e-mail asvisualskills@gmail.com.

FIGHT4WHITBY is a campaign to stop Scarborough Borough Council disposing of the Tourist Information Centre and building 9 more kiosks and toilets on Pier Road. We are also trying to regain control of Whitby Harbour so we can take over its management and control of revenue generated within the Town instead of SBC. Please visit www.fight4whitby.com or our Facebook page Fight4Whitby for more details. Alternatively, you can contact Sandra Smith on 01947 820025 or email Fight4Whitby@gmail.com. LIVE-IN CARER FOR ELDERLY LADY. Coastal village. Further details: emanjay54@hotmail.co.uk.

PAUL WILSON PRODUCTIONS. Your local specialist for transferring cine & VHS tape to DVD and audio cassettes & vinyls to CD. Tel: 01947 810982. www.paulwilsonproductions.co.uk

PAINTING & DECORATING WORK. Interior and exterior. Work carried out in all areas at reasonable prices. Call for free estimate. Tel: 07941 388593.

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. DIANA MOBILE HAIRDRESSER & HOUSE CLEANING. For all your hair requirements. Cutting, setting, perming, colouring etc. Fully qualified and experienced. House Cleaning service also available. Call Diana on 01947 602477 or 07870 321477. HINDERWELL GALA DAY. New craft and food stalls welcome for Sunday 24 July. Contact Chris on 01287 640949 or email cateesdale@aol.com GOATHLAND CRAFT FAIRS. New crafters welcome for our successful and long established Craft Fairs. Contact Elsie on 01947 896333 or e-mail elsie.goathland@gmail.com

AGE UK SCARBOROUGH & DISTRICT are available in the Whitby area for home visits to assist with benefits, money, advice etc, please contact 01723 379058 for further details. MANOR MAINTENANCE. A helping hand for all jobs around the home or business. Plumbing, electrical, kitchens and bathrooms. All work considered. Tel: 01947 228104 / 07392 370146

WHITBY BATHROOM SOLUTIONS. Quality bathrooms supplied. Full bathroom installation service by experienced tradesmen. Tel: 01947 897952 or 07973 407355. NORTH COAST GARDENING SERVICES. A new friendly, reliable gardener catering to your requirements. Book now to avoid disappointment. Call Chris on 01947 893620. 40


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STRANGE WHITBY TALES....

The Black Eyed Lass & The Aislaby Waif Whitby has a plethora of child ghosts. In the past it was much more common for children to perish than it is now. People were not as healthy and children died in epidemics of chickenpox, measles or scarlet fever. Fatal work accidents involving child labourers in the jet workshops and fishing yards were not unusual. Times have changed remarkably for our children – the young ones were not so lucky and pampered once upon a time. The Black Eyed Lass of Columban woods has mysterious origins. She became a common sighting last century with the opening of the nearby Caedmon School. The Lass is said to be the spirit of a girl murdered in the 19th century by a roving Punch and Judy man, Mad John Dory, one of the country’s first serial killers. Entranced by the girl’s beautiful, shining eyes, he attacked her, gouged her eyes out then set them in one of his puppets for a special effect in his evening show. When The Lass is sighted, often by middle aged couples, she is sobbing and crying amidst the trees, her back turned as they approach. She is always dressed in an old fashioned white dress. Her long black hair is neatly plaited. As the couple approach to try and comfort the distressed child she stops sobbing then spins around, her hands covering her face. She starts laughing like a maniac, her face still covered. The alarmed couple take a step back. It is then that she drops her hands and stares at them - with terrifying pits of black hollows where her shining eyes should be. The couple inevitably scream in terror and flee from the woods. It is not uncommon for those who see The Black Eyed Lass to have their hair turn white with the shock of the encounter – hence, so it is said, that there are so many white haired folk in Whitby these days. The spirit of another child is known to haunt the attics and cellars of The Forge, a pleasant hostelry up in Aislaby. The Aislaby Waif is sometimes sighted, although she is more often 44

heard. The sound of a bouncing ball comes from the attics, faint and soft - a dull bump... thump... bump - followed by the padding of footsteps over the floor boards as she runs to retrieve her ball. Then there is a clatter and banging on the stairs themselves, as though someone goes tumbling down, head over heels. The daughter of an 18th Century inn owner, The Waif is said to have been locked up in the attic or cellars whenever he had business to attend to around the county. A widower, he could not afford a maid to look after his lonely daughter. She would be in the tavern ‘home-alone’ for days on end, with nothing to do but peek out of the windows and bounce her beloved rubber ball. One day her ball span out of control and went bouncing down the stairs. She ran after if but tripped on the hem of her ankle length dress. She went tumbling down the staircase – some say the attic, others the cellar – snapping her little neck in the terrible fall. Those who have spied The Waif peeping out of the high window all say the same thing: she looks sad, pale and lonely, but is wearing a lovely dress that shimmers with stripes of gold, amber and bronze. The Forge Waif never causes any trouble or harm but there she sits, bouncing her ball. Set yourself in the front bar there, while enjoying a fine drink and a lovely meal, but listen out between any lulls in the bar chatter. You’re sure to hear her. Bump... thump... bump, then the padding of soft light footsteps. The Waif’s ball is bouncing in her long, lonely game; bouncing over and over, right down through time. Chris Firth © 2016

Chris is a local folklore writer and English teacher at Caedmon College. More of his stories are available online at www.electragladepress.com Amazon or in book shops.


STRANGE WHITBY TALES.... A book of the ‘Strange Whitby Tales’ published here in The Whitby Advertiser will be available to raise funds for the Whitby RNLI later this year. The book will be published by locally based Electraglade Press.

WRITING COMPETITION! There is a writing competition now open to gather more tales for the book from local writers. Stories of 1000 words or less should be e-mailed to info@electragladepress.com and marked as ‘Whitby Stories’ in the subject bar.

The closing date for the competition is Sept 1st 2016. The chosen stories cannot be paid for but the selected writers will receive 3 copies of the publication, will retain full copyright of their story and will be invited to read their tale at the Whitby launch of the fundraising book. Watch out for more details in the press and on public notice boards.

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It’s May and the sun is out (occasionally!) so many people are now beginning to house-hunt. Searching for the right property can feel like trying to find a needle in a haystack sometimes. With Rightmove and Zoopla displaying hundreds and hundreds of different properties - where do you begin? There are lots of articles giving advice to people trying to sell so here is some help for people trying to buy. This quick guide to searching for, and viewing, suitable properties to aid you in finding your ideal home/investment.

WHEN SEARCHING...

DON’T WASTE YOUR ENERGY DROOLING OVER PROPERTIES THAT ARE NOT IN YOUR PRICE RANGE It will cloud your thinking and could waste valuable time. Do not forget to factor in stamp duty and solicitor’s fees when thinking about what price range you want to search within. Work out how much you can afford and stick to your limit. DON’T SEARCH IN TOO WIDE A GEOGRAPHICAL AREA

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A lot of properties have surprisingly flexible layouts. DON’T ASSUME THAT IF A PROPERTY HAS NOT SOLD FOR SEVERAL MONTHS THAT THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH IT

There more than likely isn’t! The right person, in the right position, has not come along. On the bright side the vendor may be more amenable to offers. So never disregard a property just because it has been on the market a little while. ARE THERE RESTRICTIONS?

Is there a National Parks Occupancy Restriction which would prevent you from being eligible to purchase it? Are you wanting to holiday let and yet there are restrictions on commercial use in the Lease? Important things to check before booking a

viewing. Always have a good look over the details before arranging closer inspection. DON’T EXPECT TO FIND A PLACE THAT IS PERFECT IN EVERY RESPECT

It doesn’t exist. There will always be some kind of compromise to be made. But you can find a place very close to your perfect accommodation with research and perseverance.

WHEN VIEWING…

There is an art to viewing a property – dawdle for a few hours and you will be exhausted after viewing 3 houses, whizz around in 5 minutes and you will miss vital details. Here are a few quick tips: FOCUS

Size up the strengths and weaknesses. After you have had a good look and got a feel for the place then put any questions you may have to the agent/ vendor. DON’T VIEW TOO MANY

Seeing 12 properties on a Saturday afternoon will confuse you. Narrow your shortlist down to your favourites and view those. Some find taking brief notes as they go around helps them remember what they have seen. TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THE EXTERNAL AREAS

Have a walk around the gardens and consider how easy they will be to maintain. If you were hoping to extend then check if there is sufficient space to do so and make sure there isn’t anything in the property’s history /location which may make it difficult to carry out the renovation work. GET TO KNOW THE AREA

Have a wander around, a bite to eat in the local cafes and restaurants and a drink in the local pub (any excuse!) to really get a feel for the area. It is important to be able to imagine yourself living there. Searching for a property can be physically and mentally draining but if you learn to sift out the wheat from the chaff efficiently you can take a lot of hassle out of the process.


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Surveys are bewildering for most people at the best of times. Should you choose a homebuyer’s or a full structural survey? Hopefully the following information will help explain the importance of home surveys and what’s available. You’ve found the home of your dreams but before you get swept away, it’s important to ensure the property is not going to crumble around you. People are often seduced by the way a property looks and feels and then ignore peeling paint, crumbling bricks or gurgling pipes. But a few hundred pounds spent on a property survey could save thousands of pounds later on. A survey should also highlight potential flaws in a property, which could help when negotiating the price.

Where do I start?

Most buyers rely on a mortgage lender’s valuation. This will reveal serious defects that are likely to affect the property’s value but it is only a cursory look at a home by the mortgage lender, to ensure it is worth the money.

What is the process?

A valuation is usually a straightforward process. The surveyor will check the property and assess the value based on its general condition, the value of homes recently sold in the area and the buoyancy of the housing market. The report will contain a summary of the condition and comments on any general faults that may exist. This valuation is probably enough if purchasing a new build but if you are buying an older property, then it is worth having a more comprehensive survey carried out.

What sort of survey should I have?

There are two main kinds of survey, which are recognised by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (www.rics.org) – a homebuyer’s

or a building survey. Both are carried out by chartered surveyors. A homebuyer’s survey is more detailed than a valuation report. Like the valuation, the survey will check the general condition of the property and any major faults, as well as urgent problems that need specialist advice. It will test for damp in walls, damage to timbers and the condition of damp-proofing. It also covers insulation and drainage, plus the estimated cost of rebuilding the property for insurance purposes, along with the value of the home on the open market. This survey is not suitable for properties needing renovation or major alterations. For these kinds of projects, a full structural survey or building survey is required, although an in depth building survey can be performed on any property. It highlights major issues, as well as minor defects and the cost of repairs, technical information on the construction of the property, the materials used, plus the location.

Should I have a survey?

A survey is similar to a health check for your new home. While it may seem like an unnecessary cost, it’s the equivalent of a full check-up, so you know exactly what you’re buying and its value. It is worth paying a few hundred pounds now to save on unexpected expenditure and hassle in the future. Some homeowners will invest in a survey before putting their property on the market. This is an effective way to identify any issues that might need to be addressed before the property is listed with an estate agent and may accelerate the sale process. It also shows potential buyers that you care about your home and have done everything possible to ensure it is ready for the new owner.

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With summer on the horizon, you and your pets are finally coming out of hibernation to enjoy the longer days and warmer weather. But it’s not only you that becomes more active... various parasites, which like to use your beloved animals (and homes!) as a place to live, feed and breed also increase in prevalence at this time of year. One of the best known creepy crawlies is of course the flea. Most owners are blissfully unaware of how common this little blighter is and would be horrified to think that their ‘Lucky’ is playing host to fleas. It is not something that owner’s should be embarrassed about as all animals have the potential to easily catch them. It is estimated that 75% of domestic pets will catch fleas at some point in their life. From May through until October, fleas become at least 20% more active and we would actively like to encourage owners to try and prevent flea problems as prevention is defiantly easier and more pleasant than cure. It must be remembered that fleas can be a problem even in a spotless home and on the cleanest pet. Fleas are a parasite and there are different species such as dog fleas, cat fleas, rabbit fleas and even human fleas! Many species can infest more than one host species. The cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis, is one of the most abundant and widespread species of flea on Earth and is the cause of the majority of cases seen at the vets. Fleas only suck blood from their hosts as adults. A flea can live from between 14 days to one year and a female can lay up to 50 eggs in one day. Fleas cannot fly but use their amazing hind limbs to leap more than a hundred times their own body length. That’s the same as an average human jumping over a thirty storey building!

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ACCOMMODATION & PROPERTY SERVICES Astin’s Letting .............................................................. 48 Henderson Property Services (Yorkshire) Ltd.. 46 Ingrid Flute Yorkshire Holiday Cottages ............ 50 Whitby Holiday Cottages......................................... 48 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES A.L. Turner & Associates ........................................... 77 BATHROOMS & KITCHENS David Kent Kitchens .................................................. 51 Gibson Cabinet Makers ............................................ 55 Stringers Kitchens....................................................... 54 3Ways Kitchens & Bedrooms ................................. 56 Whitby Bathroom Solutions ................................... 40 BEREAVEMENT SERVICES J Rotherham Monumental Mason ....................... 99 BUILDING SERVICES A & J Stubbs .................................................................. 77 Adam Stringer Joinery & Building Ltd ................ 74 Anderson Builders ...................................................... 75 Elvidge Renovation & Restoration ....................... 76 Graham Gill Property Maintenance ..................... 40 JTW Contracts & Groundworks ............................. 91 Lawson Builders .......................................................... 80 Martyn Cana Building & Roofing .......................... 77 Strutt Joinery & Building .......................................... 76 Robert Harrison & Sons ............................................ 78 RWB Parkin & Sons ..................................................... 72 Staydry Roofing ........................................................... 71 STB Home Maintenance........................................... 75 Stormshield Roofing.................................................. 71 Tipper, Haulage & Excavation Hire ...................... 80 TP Keon ........................................................................... 78 Warrior Woodworks ................................................... 69 Whitby Tool and Plant Hire ..................................... 7 BUSINESS & FINANCIAL SERVICES Asquith & Co ................................................................. 45 J & D Accountants ...................................................... 45 Retired Persons Tax Advisory Services ............... 99 CAR & VEHICLE Chips Away.................................................................... 87 CT Autos ......................................................................... 87 Cuts Tyres ....................................................................... 86 DP Refurbs ..................................................................... 84 Pulsar Body Tech ......................................................... 87 RJ Valeting ..................................................................... 87 Sneaton Lane Body Repairs .................................... 86 Steve Peirson Cars ...................................................... 86 Universal Garage ......................................................... 85 CARE AND THE ELDERLY Kingfisher Care............................................................. 40 Denture Clinic .............................................................. 30 Guisborough Dental Lab ......................................... 30 Scarborough Mobility ............................................... 100 CARPETS, FLOORS & CARPET CLEANING Carpet Cleaner Hire.................................................... 58 Drapers Carpets ........................................................... 57 Fletcher & Woodhouse ............................................. 62 Mike Roper Carpet Cleaning .................................. 58 Neil Robinson ............................................................... 62 102

Whitby Carpet Cleaning........................................... 59 CHIMNEY SWEEPS Cleansweep................................................................... 71 Mucky Duck................................................................... 71 CLEANING SERVICES Safeguard Commercial Ltd ..................................... 71 SL Cleaning.................................................................... 70 Upstairs Downstairs ................................................... 60 COMMUNITY & LEISURE Botton Village Open Day ......................................... 37 Eastside Community Centre................................... 101 John Broadwood Piano Festival ........................... 36 Lobster Pot Nursery & Crèche ................................ 97 Safer Communities Information Sheet .............. 20 SkyTrail ............................................................................ 32 ‘Something Wonderful’ – WAMTC production .. 2 Stephen Joseph Theatre .......................................... 33 Strange Whitby Tales Competition ..................... 45 The Forge Charity Night........................................... 32 Whitby Christian Fellowship .................................. 97 Whitby Fishing School Apprenticeships ........... 9 Whitby Friendship ARC Licence Application ... 20 Whitby Lions Beer Festival ...................................... 33 Whitby Rifle Club ........................................................ 32 COMPUTER & TECH The Computer Centre ............................................... 38 Compu SOS ................................................................... 42 CRAFTS Gillmot Crafts................................................................ 45 CURTAINS & BLINDS Blinds 2000 .................................................................... 61 Whitby Blinds & Shutters Ltd ................................. 45 DESIGN The Conversion Company Limited ...................... 39 Jack Barber Web Design .......................................... 37 The Laughing Whale Embroidery ........................ 31 DOMESTIC APPLIANCE/REFRIGERATION SERVICES Newlove Repair Services Ltd .................................. 74 DHB Services ................................................................. 74 Keith Bedlington ......................................................... 74 ELECTRICIANS Handy Andy Electrical ............................................... 72 Tony Barnes Electrical Contractor ........................ 73 Power House Electrical PAT Testing .................... 72 FOOD AND DRINK Coast Café Bar .............................................................. 3 Hadley’s Fish & Chip Restaurant ........................... 16 Kam Thai......................................................................... 12 Netherby House .......................................................... 13 Passage to India .......................................................... 10 Rusty Shears .................................................................. 52 Saltwick Bay Café ........................................................ 12 Saxonville Hotel........................................................... 9 Silver Street Fisheries ................................................ 53 The Falcon ..................................................................... 15 The Forge ....................................................................... 17 The Met ........................................................................... 18 The Mouse Hole .......................................................... 52


The Stiddy ...................................................................... 18 The Waiting Room...................................................... 19 The White House......................................................... 11 Whitby Friendship ARC Licence Application ... 20 Whitby Lions Beer Festival ...................................... 33 Whitby Seafish ............................................................. 21 Wilson Arms .................................................................. 14 GARDENING/FENCING SERVICES Design-a-Landscape .................................................. 90 Andy’s Tidy Gardens .................................................. 90 Garden & Tree Services ............................................. 91 North Yorkshire Sheds .............................................. 88 Short Grass & Sides..................................................... 91 Town & Country Landscapes ................................. 91 Yorkshire Shed Company ........................................ 89 HAIR & BEAUTY A & M Hair ...................................................................... 23 Beverleys ........................................................................ 26 Capellos .......................................................................... 22 Cheevers......................................................................... 25 Colour Me ...................................................................... 24 Jacky Thomson Beauty ............................................. 26 Kristy’s ............................................................................. 27 VIP’s Salon...................................................................... 22 HEALTH & FITNESS Denture Clinic .............................................................. 30 Guisborough Dental Lab ......................................... 30 Harper Brown ............................................................... 23 Kate Riley Podiatrist ................................................... 28 Lindsay Ebbs Podiatry ............................................... 28 Saul Black ....................................................................... 29 Slimming World. .....................................................25,31 The Muscle Injury Clinic – Cathy Harland ......... 30 JOINERS Adam Stringer Joinery .............................................. 74 Mike Brown Joinery Services .................................. 69 Warrior Woodworks ................................................... 69 LAUNDRY SERVICES Clean Cotton Laundry ............................................... 60 SL Laundries.................................................................. 61 MUSIC Phil Martin ..................................................................... 31 PAINTERS & DECORATORS C & J Lucas ..................................................................... 74 J & M Traditional Decorators .................................. 72 Paintpots & Poppies .................................................. 72 Philip Dacre .................................................................. 72 Glenn Beveridge.......................................................... 72 PET & AGRICULTURAL SERVICES BATA................................................................................. 94 Cleveland Country Store .......................................... 95 Beck Veterinary Practice........................................... 93 Millbry Hill ...................................................................... 93 Scruffy Pups .................................................................. 93 PLASTERERS Elvidge Renovation and Restoration .................. 76 Tom Jefferson Plastering ......................................... 74

PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICES Abbey Gas...................................................................... 63 Amber Heating ............................................................ 65 Boilers Direct................................................................. 64 East Coast Boilers ........................................................ 65 Gary Yarker Household Plumbing........................ 73 John Scott Plumbing ................................................. 63 Matthew Hodgson Plumbing and Heating ...... 73 Pawletts Heating & Fireplaces ............................... 5 PD Heating ................................................................... 73 Peak Power Systems .................................................. 67 Q Plumbing Services ................................................. 73 Ryedale Stoves ............................................................. 66 Town & Country Fires ................................................ 64 PRINTERS Bakers Printers ............................................................. 37 REMOVALS & STORAGE A1 Removals ................................................................. 84 Britannia-Devereux .................................................... 82 Jet Removals ................................................................. 78 Neil’s Removals ............................................................ 73 Rocket Removals ......................................................... 71 Self Storage ................................................................... 83 Selly Hill Storage ......................................................... 83 RETAIL Glynceramics ................................................................ 53 Meadow.......................................................................... 1 The Co-operative Food............................................. 21 Whitby Glass ................................................................. 45 ROOFING CONTRACTORS Staydry Roofing ........................................................... 71 SEAGULL NEST REMOVER Mike Stanforth ............................................................. 93 SIGNWRITERS Pete Witney ................................................................... 52 SOLICITORS Coles the Solicitors ..................................................... 43 TAXIS Esk Taxis .......................................................................... 69 TV REPAIRS/AERIALS John Lees Aerials......................................................... 75 Little & Brown ............................................................... 75 Steve Shackleton ........................................................ 75 UPHOLSTERERS Alan Henderson Upholstery ................................... 50 WASTE SERVICES A1 Removals ................................................................. 84 Selly Hill Scrap Metals ............................................... 79 Steve Welford Drain Clearing................................. 58 RAF Reclamation ......................................................... 80 Wilf Noble Skip Hire ................................................... 81 Yorwaste......................................................................... 79 WEDDING SERVICES Whitby Wedding Cars ............................................... 31 WINDOWS AND CONSERVATORIES Cowen Windows ......................................................... 68 Re-Glaze Window & Door Maintenance ............ 70 Sefton Trowsdale Double Glazing ....................... 67 103


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