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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


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Whitby

May 2016

We are celebrating our 10th birthday! Back in 2006, I decided to produce a magazine to give local businesses a cost-effective way of advertising to everybody in Whitby and surrounding areas. Starting from scratch was scary, yet exciting and after much hard work, canvassing businesses and doing the artwork myself, 10,000 copies were printed, which I handdelivered – that’s how the Whitby Advertiser was born! I have learned so much over the last 10 years, and my passion for local businesses has grown along with the Whitby Advertiser, now a quality and well-respected magazine, and the number one choice for advertisers in the Whitby and surrounding areas, with a distribution today of 22,000 copies, hand-delivered by a team of 15 dedicated people. In our office at the Green Lane Centre, you will find Peter Cooper, who looks after the accounts and administration for the business and works with Graham Ambler, our graphic designer who designs and creates the artwork for our advertisers, and collates our magazine each month.

Stephen Ault EDITOR Give us a call or e-mail and we’ll help you get the most out of your advertising budget. Or visit our website for sizes, templates, and prices.

So why is the Whitby Advertiser a success? Our magazine is free, and now goes far beyond the Whitby area, with deliveries in the Loftus, Guisborough and Saltburn areas. It doesn’t have the pitfalls of local radio advertising such as the poor reception experienced in many of our rural areas. The Whitby Advertiser is valued by many as a handy reference guide for local tradespeople, businesses and services. Information about local community groups, charitable organisations and their events can be found too, giving the magazine a truly local heart. I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone over the past 10 years who has made the Whitby Advertiser the success that it is today. I particularly think of the late Pam Rogers and her hard work in setting up our office systems in the early days, and our past graphic designers who put their heart and soul into our past issues. Thank you too to our advertisers past and present, our contributors, our readers and our delivery team for their hard work whether it be rain or shine! Thank you all so very much! Here’s to the next 10 years of the Whitby Advertiser!

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De-stress and Relax In need of a little ‘me’ time? For those who experience stress, depression or other mental health issues. This course will give you a range of relaxation and meditation techniques to help you manage your stress and anxieties and provide a sense of well-being. Every Thursday from 7 January. 10am- 2pm for 11 weeks. Brunswick Centre, Whitby. £69.30 or free to those on means-tested benefits. Info: enrolonline. wea.org.uk | Tel: 0113 245 3304 | Ref: C3666258

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 on Windsor Terrace every Monday 11-1, Tuesday 10-12 & 2-4 & Thursday 10-12. Booking advisable. For more information please ring 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks.gov.uk

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A display of “living memory” images at Whitby Library on Windsor Terrace where you can share your memories of Whitby’s not too distant past. For more information please ring 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks.gov.uk

EVERY MONDAY Pre-School Dance for 2 years and upwards. Starts Monday 11 January 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 BensonSmith. 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, will take place at Whitby Library on Tuesday afternoons between 2.15 & 3.00 & will include interactive stories, singing, crafts & teddy bears picnics. For more information please ring 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks.gov.uk

Tea Dances with Ray Kirk at The Northern Lights Suite Whitby Pavilion from 1pm. £3.75 per person. Put on your dancing shoes and dance the afternoon away in this friendly social dance session where Ray Kirk plays a mixed dance programme with 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. Come along and play, 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 on Thursday afternoons. Entry £2 per person. For more details call Nicola on 01947 821302 / 07851 747250.

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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 Jeffery Tel: 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. Tour de Yorkshire Stage 3 MiddlesbroughScarborough. See route map at http://letour. yorkshire.com/stage-3/map.

Whitby’s Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Grape Lane is welcoming the Tour de Yorkshire by staging an exciting live stunt! Captain Cook on a bicycle will be on the roof of the Museum from 2pm - 3.30pm to greet the cyclists on the 3rd 'Captain Cook' stage of the competition and will wave them on their way as they turn into Church Street. For more information please phone 01947 601900 Musicport Sunday Lunchtime Open Mic session in the relaxed family friendly atmosphere of Whitby Pavilion's cafe. Starts: 1.30pm Goathland Craft Fairs. 10.00 am to 4.30 pm. New

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established Craft Fairs. Contact Elsie on 01947 896333 or e-mail elsie.goathland@gmail.com Table Sale. Sleights Village Hall are holding their annual Table Sale on Monday 2nd May 2016 from 10.00am. This year we have a gardening theme. Refreshment will be available from Pip’s Catering. If you want to book a table or two then please contact Roger on, 07999 403 552 or see our Facebook page. Craft & Gift Fair at Fylingdales Village Hall Robin Hood's Bay. Open 10.30am - 4.00pm. Free entry. Refreshments available. For more information, visit www.dippydesignsgifts.co.uk


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8-week acrylic/oil painting course starts at the Green Lane Centre Whitby by experienced, qualified & professional artist/tutor. Cost £120. Beginners/ advanced welcome. Contact Anne Moses Tel: 07811 419835 or e-mail asvisualskills@gmail.com.

All welcome at free Jigsaw Library, Whitby 10.30am -12.30pm at Coliseum (next to Bus Station) in James Cook Theatre (behind café). Huge variety of over 1000 jigsaws. Donations of jigsaws welcomed. Info or collection Tel. 07743 725586. Quiz at the Conservative Club on Upgang Lane at 7.30pm for 8.00pm start in aid of We are Whitby Winterfest 2016. Teams of 4 (max 5 allowed though). Donations of raffle prizes gratefully received! Whitby Photographic Society. Annual General Meeting. 6.45pm for 7.00pm at St John’s Ambulance Hall back St Hilda’s Terrace. An Evening of Clairvoyance at the Coliseum with Eddie Peace. Doors open at 6.30pm for 7pm start. Admission £5.00. Proceeds to charity.

Scottish Branch Line Gala Event on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Further information available at http://www.nymr.co.uk/special-events/scottishbranch-line-gala/ or call 01751 472508. Email: info@ nymr.co.uk Esk Valley Mini Markets ‘Garden & plant’ themed 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. Derek Acorah: The Soul Reunion Tour 2016. Starts at 7.30pm at Whitby Spa Pavilion Complex. Tickets £18.50 are available online at www.whitbypavilion.com through the ticket hotline on 01947 458899 and in person at the Box Office. http://www.derekacorah.com/ Sponsored Walk for dogs and their owners, but you don’t have to have a dog to take part! Starts 10am. Whitby-Hawsker. Bring a picnic! Refreshments available at Hawsker Village Hall. Fundraiser for Whitby Raw Animal Rescue. Call 07709 063208 or e-mail for a sponsor form today!

740 (Whitby) RAF Air Cadets Squadron are holding an open evening at 7.30pm at their unit HQ behind Caedmon School, Scoresby Site for potential new recruits and their parents/guardians to come along and see what the RAF Air cadets has to offer. New cadets can join from 12 years old (& in school year 8) up until their 17th birthday.

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

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Scottish Branch Line Gala Event on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Further information available at http://www.nymr.co.uk/special-events/scottishbranch-line-gala/ or call 01751 472508. Email: info@ nymr.co.uk The Walmsley Society presents an afternoon of Robin Lidster's projected lantern slides and old postcards of Robin Hood's Bay. Free entry, refreshments available at the interval. Fylingdales Village Hall, Robin Hood's Bay.

Craft Fair 10am-3pm at the Parish Hall, Bow Street, Guisborough. Free admission and free parking. Please come along and browse! Linger longer in the library lounge at Whitby Library on Windsor Terrace as you enjoy a slideshow of Whitby Memories. Entry is free & refreshments will be provided. What will you remember & what have you forgotten? For more information please ring 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks.gov.uk

Rob’s Run. Tractor road run in aid of Macmillan Nurses. Starts at 9.30am from the Fox Inn, Roxby. Tickets £20 per person to include bacon butty, cup of tea, dinner & raffle ticket. Donations & raffle prices much appreciated. Tel: 01947 840640/07572 680196. Whitby Library Reading Group from 6-7pm every 3rd Tuesday in the month at Whitby Library. New members welcome. For more information please ring 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@northyorks. gov.uk Open access to the reference area at Whitby Library 10.00am-12.00noon. Staff will be on hand to guide you through how to get the most from our reference department which includes the full Whitby Gazette archive from 1854 on film. For more information please ring 01609 534350 or email whitby.library@ northyorks.gov.uk

Whitby Antique & Fine Arts Society meeting at the Green Lane Centre. Third Tuesday of every month. Starts 7.30pm. Guests very welcome - £3 on the door. ‘The Ryedale Folk Museum’ by Jen Smith. Whitby Photographic Society. Summer meal at the Hart Inn, Sandsend. 6.30pm for 7.00pm Names to Janet Coates please.

All welcome at free Jigsaw Library, Whitby 10.30am -12. 30pm at Coliseum (next to Bus Station) in James Cook Theatre (behind café). Huge variety of over 1000 jigsaws. Donations of jigsaws welcomed. Info or collection Tel. 07743 725586. Whitby Gospel Music Convention. The UK's top annual Gospel Music event with International Christian Country and Gospel Artists. For further details visit: www.paulwheater.com/wgmc2.htm or call 01947 810561. Ticket enquiries/bookings: Tel. 01947 810561 Email: bylands-24@lineone.net

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Whitby “WHALER" U3A Coffee Morning at the St. John Ambulance Hall, Back St Hilda’s Tce. Held on the third Saturday of each month from 10.00am-11.30am. Coffee Morning at Whitby Conservative Club. Held last Friday of every month. 10.30am-12 noon. Coffee, cakes, chat, book exchange. All welcome. CAFOD Sale of Turned Wood and Beaded jewelry at the Pyman Institute Sandsend 10am – 4pm. Free Entry. Profits to CAFOD.

Robert Brindley's Annual Exhibition of Paintings at 28-30 Lythe Village Hall. 10am to 4pm. Free Admission. Paintings, signed Limited Edition Prints, Books, DVDs, Greetings Cards. For more information: email mail@robertbrindley.com or visit www.robertbrindley.com

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Esk Valley Mini Markets Bank Holiday Weekend open 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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Gerry Jablonski Band with support by Devenport at Saltburn Blues Club (at Saltburn Cricket Club) at 8pm. Tickets from Whistlestop Wines Saltburn and www. yorkshireticketshop.co and by calling 07960 935263.

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

Museum Embroidery at the Captain Cook Museum, Grape Lane, Whitby. Embroiderer and textile historian Alison Larkin returns with a demonstration of 18th Century embroidery techniques. Museum open 9.45am – 5pm.

The Sailor’s Farewell - drama workshop for families and children with actor Bidi Iredale at 2pm at the Captain Cook Museum, Grape Lane, Whitby. Please book in advance. £1.00 or free with museum entry. Tel Whitby 601900 for further details.

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. 30


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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. GENERAL GARDEN MAINTENANCE. Small trees felled. Pruning, strimming, lawns cut etc. Any other jobs considered. Friendly and reliable. Telephone Mark on 01947 895352 or 07827 760601. 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 JOB VACANCIES at The Falcon Inn, Whitby Road, YO13 0DY. Recruiting now. Vacancies available in all areas of a busy pub/restaurant environment. Chef – full time or job share possible, experienced essential. Front of house/bar, full time or part time available, experience essential. Waitress/waiter, various hours available, in-house training can be given. Transport is essential. Please contact Louise on 01723 870717. 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 GATEWAY WHITBY is planning to restore the bench at the top of Fitts Steps on the Monk’s Trod/ Esk Valley Walk. The cost is £350 for a metal seat and to fund this, we are asking if anyone would like to contribute towards it as a memorial for a loved one who enjoyed that walk. Gateway would arrange to have a plaque placed on the seat with words as chosen by the donor. Please contact Sandra Smith on 01947 820025 for more details. 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. ACRYLIC/OIL PAINTING COURSE. 8 weeks from 3rd May in Whitby by experienced, qualified & professional artist/tutor. Cost £120. Beginners/advanced welcome. Contact Anne Moses Tel: 07811 419835 or e-mail asvisualskills@gmail.com. £35 BOILER SERVICE. GAS FIRES SERVICED £30. LANDLORD CERTIFICATES £50. KEITH, MORE THAN GAS. TEL: 07828 913989 OR 01947 661407. GAS SAFE NO. 225407. VOLUNTEER RECEPTIONISTS REQUIRED AT CHURCH HOUSE CENTRE, Flowergate Whitby. Hours to suit. Please call Dawn or Sammy on Whitby 821761 for further information. GUISBOROUGH TROPHY CENTRE. All sports catered for. Engraving to any item. Brass plates available. Tel: 01287 630990. 2016 Catalogue now available. CARE WITH KINDNESS ALWAYS GUARANTEED. Experienced and qualified local carers. Support in your own home tailored to suit your needs. Contact Kingfisher Care on 07758 195795 or email: enquiries@kingfisher-care.co.uk 34


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STRANGE WHITBY TALES....

Sandsend Spooks & Mulgrave Monsters

Mulgrave Woods, just up the coast from Whitby behind Sandsend, is riddled with ghosts, ghouls, witches and goblins. A truly beautiful though somewhat slightly sinister place, there is a whole collection of stories associated with this wood alone. Wade, the ancient pagan giant, is said to be buried there. The fearsome Pad Pad - one third goat, one third panther, one third something resembling human - stalks about the ruined castle. The Ugthorpe Snakeboy - top half human, lower half snake - was found in a ploughed field at the wood’s edge. And perhaps, most famous of all, there is Jeannie, an ancient woodland spirit. Sometimes Jeannie is depicted as a crooked old hag, others as a young woman, a beautiful May Queen, full of vibrancy and fertile promise. The tale of ‘the hag’ of Mulgrave Woods is said to have inspired Robert Burns’s famous poem, ‘Tam o Shanter’, and there are similarities between that ballad and one of the tales of Jeannie. Loud Michael was a wild rover, or a handsome knight, or a young buck upstart looking for a wealthy bride (depending on who is telling the tale). Having heard in Whitby that Jeannie was pretty and had a secret stash of treasure, he went into the woods on a white stallion to seek her out and to claim her for his wife. Jeannie, however, was a secretive and private spirit. She lived in a hidden cave in the depths of the woods, way beyond the old hill fort. In her chosen home she worked nature into potions and medicines which she distributed free amongst the poor and needy of the district. Those who benefitted from her potions never actually saw Jeannie - she always left her gifts on the sill of the door or on a window ledge. She worked silently and invisibly in the woods, left alone by the grateful local folk to do as she pleased. Jeannie did not take kindly to Loud Michael’s amorous intention when, after much searching, he found her secret home. Calling out her name, shouting that he’d come to marry her, he boldly rode toward her cave. Jeannie was infuriated by his intrusion and presumptions. She rushed from the cave mouth, moving so quickly that the rover could barely see her through the blur of movement. He knew that he was in danger though - in her fury she was a speeding cloud of tentacles, razor claws and flashing white teeth. He didn’t bother hanging 38

around but was away, fleeing back down the woods on his terrified steed. The horse was fast, but Jeannie was as quick, lashing her claws at stallion and rider as they bolted. The poor horse came to an open lane but still Jeannie gave chase. Through his panic Loud Michael remembered a tip that one of the tipsyeyed townsfolk had given him in The White House, a hostelry back in Whitby, when he had announced that he was going to the woods to claim Jeannie as his bride. ‘Well,’ the old fisherman had drawled. ‘If she don’t like the look of you and she do come on after you, remember this: fairies and witches and goblins and ghouls don’t never like to cross over no running water, no. Now, mine’s a jar of Black Dog, please.’

With this confusing utterance in mind, Michael steered his stallion along the valley toward the fast flowing stream there. He came to a bank with a gap of twenty feet to clear across to the other side. He knew that he must make the leap, or die. Jeannie’s fangs were scraping at the skin of his spine as he urged his horse into the leap. With a final shriek, Jeannie lashed out with her claws, cutting the stallion clean in two. The rear of the creature fell to the water, legs still kicking away. The front half, with Michael clinging on for dear life, cleared the stream and crashed onto the far bank. Battered and bruised, Michael leapt to his feet and ran into the trees, sprinting all the way to Whitby without stopping or looking back once.

Jeannie, somewhat saddened about the poor horse but glad to be rid of her pesky visitor, took a slow, deep breath and calmed back into her normal self. She returned to her cave and the healing potions she’d been working on all that May morning. And right there, in the heart of Mulgrave Woods, Jeannie remained very happy until the end of her eternal days. 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.

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. There will also be a writing competition to gather more tales for the book from local writers. Watch this space!


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BREXIT - IN OR OUT?

For those of us with an eye on current affairs and how they affect both our local town and the country in general, there is only really one topic of conversation at the moment. And whilst I will take this opportunity to wish the Whitby Advertiser a very happy 10th birthday, no it isn’t that. Nor is it the forthcoming Tour De Yorkshire, excited as we all are by its return to our lovely town and area. No it is Europe – in or out. With the referendum due to take place on 23rd June, how will it manifest itself upon the housing market? Well, to be honest, as with all things related to this hot topic, the industry is not sure. They feel more certain about what will happen if we stay, less so if we leave. I have read a couple of industry blogs on OnTheMarket.com, the newest property portal of which Astin Estate Agents are the only local representative, and they make an interesting read. If you have the time, take a look on the website and you will find the blogs section by scrolling down to the bottom. There are many interesting propertyrelated articles as well the ones above, so it’s well worth a visit to the website. However if you haven’t the time, a quick summary might be as follows. If we stay IN there is one certainty, that there will be a lot less uncertainty. No worst-case scenarios, more or less back to business as

usual for better or worse. Undoubtedly the referendum will, as with most elections, cause a lull in the market before picking up afterwards but if everything stays the same afterwards most of the property professionals expect things to carry on as normal. As one says in the blog “the weather in Wimbledon will still be the same”. In the event of a BREXIT, as with other aspects of leaving the EU, it is a bit less clear and open to speculation. For us here in Whitby, let’s be honest, it probably will have little to no effect in the short to medium term. People will still live and work, people will still come on holiday. The effect will probably be more long term with how industry fares if we leave, how the economy will do – and greater brains than mine can’t agree on this, so I won’t even try to speculate. One thing most property experts agree on however is in the property world, the greatest effect will be on London from the overseas investors and around the financial hub there. Will the big firms move out of London to Europe, will there be a “brain drain”, will the market surge ahead freed from the shackles of EU regulation, will investors still want a London pad, all of these come into the mix. And like it or not, here in the North, that will affect us. So there it is, clear as mud to you, I am sure! And as it says in the blogs, one thing is certain, that until a decision is taken nobody can feel entirely confident on what the future will hold. Only time will tell. Regards

Tim

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BRICKS vs CLICKS

A growing number of Online Estate Agents have burst onto the scene offering to sell properties at rock-bottom prices. Adverts from these companies have filled day-time advert breaks and left people wondering – why would I pay more for a high street Estate Agent when online agents say they can sell my house for as little as £400? The popularity of Online Estate agents has not taken off as quickly as predicted and, in most areas of the country, they have had little impact on High Street Agents. This could be mainly down to the fact that there is much more to selling a house than placing basic details on a few property portals. So what are the differences between these 2 types of agent and who should people trust to handle their most important financial transaction.

PERSONAL SERVICE

High Street Agents- Allow the luxury of being able to walk into an office and get advice from an experienced member of staff in person. At Hendersons our office is open on weekends and until 7pm on week-days meaning we’re available to see our clients at times which work around their work schedules and busy lives. Online Agents– Many operate from nation-wide call centres, meaning customers will often converse over the phone with someone without local knowledge and face-to-face meetings are not an option.

MARKETING

High Street Agents- A good agent will pay a visit to measure rooms, draw a floorplan and take the most attractive photographs possible to ensure the accommodation is being marketing to its full potential and standing out from the crowd. Online Agents- Again, it varies. However, many request owners take their own photographs and floorplans are often none-existent.

VIEWINGS

High Street Agents – Will happily take care of viewings meaning that whether vendors are busy, on holiday or at work, viewings can take place. A member of staff with first-hand knowledge of the property can show potential buyers around and answer any questions they may have.

Online Agents – Different companies offer different packages but the majority arrange viewings but usually leave property owners to carry them out.

VALUATIONS

High Street Agents – Spend time carrying out research, looking over comparables and visiting homes to ensure that the right market price is set. Many potential sellers opt to have valuations carried out by several local agents before making a decision on which is best suited to them and their accommodation. Online Agents – Sometimes send out a representative, usually from from out of the area, but also often value using just online data.

FEES

Online agents will always beat High Street Agents hands-down when it comes to fees. An office, advertising on major portals, experienced staff able to effectively conduct viewings and carry out valuations, interactive touch screens, keeping a modern and evolving agency website running, LED window displays, newspaper advertising, professional photographs, and all the many other services a really good high street agent will offer, can not be done for a few hundreds pounds. Would an online agent offer value for money? A high street agent is not just trying to sell their vendor’s properties – but trying to sell them for the best possible price for the owner. This can be most easily and effectively achieved by an experienced negotiator. Also, bear in mind an online agent will likely ask for an up-front fee as opposed to the no-sale-no-fee approach meaning they have been paid regardless of whether they manage to sell the property or not and regardless of what price. Anyone confused about what type of agent to use would be best advised, as a starting point, to look online at the quality of marketing different agents offer. Also, researching into the services they offer, as well as the level of market exposure, could set you well on the way to deciding between bricks and clicks.


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It is hedgehog awareness week 1st-7th May 2016.

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ACCOMMODATION & PROPERTY SERVICES Astin’s Letting .............................................................. 40 Henderson Property Services (Yorkshire) Ltd.. 42 Ingrid Flute Yorkshire Holiday Cottages ............ 44 Whitby Holiday Cottages......................................... 40 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES A.L. Turner & Associates ........................................... 69 BATHROOMS & KITCHENS David Kent Kitchens .................................................. 47 Gibson Cabinet Makers ............................................ 45 Stringers Kitchens....................................................... 46 3Ways Kitchens & Bedrooms ................................. 48 Whitby Bathroom Solutions ................................... 34 BEREAVEMENT SERVICES J Rotherham Monumental Mason ....................... 91 BUILDING SERVICES A & J Stubbs .................................................................. 69 Adam Stringer Joinery & Building Ltd ................ 62 Anderson Builders ...................................................... 67 Elvidge Renovation & Restoration ....................... 68 Graham Gill Property Maintenance ..................... 34 Green and Son ............................................................. 75 JTW Contracts .............................................................. 83 Lawson Builders .......................................................... 73 Martyn Cana Building & Roofing .......................... 69 Strutt Joinery & Building .......................................... 68 Robert Harrison & Sons ............................................ 70 RWB Parkin & Sons ..................................................... 62 Staydry Roofing ........................................................... 62 Stormshield Roofing.................................................. 62 Tipper, Haulage & Excavation Hire ...................... 73 TP Keon ........................................................................... 70 Warrior Woodworks ................................................... 61 Whitby Tool and Plant Hire ..................................... 7 BUSINESS & FINANCIAL SERVICES Asquith & Co ................................................................. 37 J & D Accountants ...................................................... 37 Retired Persons Tax Advisory Services ............... 91 CAR & VEHICLE Chips Away.................................................................... 79 CT Autos ......................................................................... 79 Cuts Tyres ....................................................................... 78 DP Refurbs ..................................................................... 76 Jennings Mitsubishi ................................................... 77 Pulsar Body Tech ......................................................... 79 RJ Valeting ..................................................................... 79 Steve Peirson Cars ...................................................... 78 CARE AND THE ELDERLY Kingfisher Care ............................................................ 34 Denture Clinic .............................................................. 25 Guisborough Dental Lab ......................................... 25 Scarborough Mobility ............................................... 92 Trinity Centre ................................................................ 90 CARPETS, FLOORS & CARPET CLEANING Carpet Cleaner Hire.................................................... 50 Drapers Carpets ........................................................... 51 Fletcher & Woodhouse ............................................. 53 94

Mike Roper Carpet Cleaning .................................. 50 Neil Robinson ............................................................... 52 Whitby Carpet Cleaning........................................... 49 CHIMNEY SWEEPS Cleansweep................................................................... 63 Mucky Duck................................................................... 63 CLEANING & LAUNDRY SERVICES SL Laundries.................................................................. 18 SL Cleaning.................................................................... 58 Upstairs Downstairs ................................................... 52 COMMUNITY & LEISURE Scarborough & District Age UK ............................. 89 Colebrooke Media ...................................................... 5 Getaway Travel ............................................................ 3 Lobster Pot Nursery & Creche ................................ 91 LP Dance Centre.......................................................... 26 RAF Air Cadets.............................................................. 31 Rob’s Run Tractor Road Run ................................... 27 Safer Communities Information Sheet .............. 72 SkyTrail ............................................................................ 18 ‘Something Wonderful’ – WAMTC production .. 2 Trinity Centre ................................................................ 90 ‘We are Whitby’ Fundraising Quiz Night ........... 25 Whitby Christian Fellowship .................................. 89 Whitby Fishing School – job vacancy ................. 5 COMPUTER & TECH The Computer Centre .............................................. 32 Compu SOS ................................................................... 36 CRAFTS Gillmot Crafts................................................................ 26 CURTAINS & BLINDS Blinds 2000 .................................................................... 53 Curtains with Style ..................................................... 54 Whitby Blinds & Shutters Ltd ................................. 54 DESIGN The Conversion Company Limited ...................... 33 Jack Barber Web Design .......................................... 37 The Laughing Whale Embroidery ........................ 37 Whitby Websites ......................................................... 37 DOMESTIC APPLIANCE/REFRIGERATION SERVICES Newlove Repair Services Ltd .................................. 66 DHB Services ................................................................. 66 Keith Bedlington ......................................................... 66 Tim Lyndon Domestic Appliance Repairs ......... 66 ELECTRICIANS Ethan Hume Electrical Services ............................. 65 Handy Andy Electrical ............................................... 64 H.A.V.S Electrical Installations ................................ 65 Tony Barnes Electrical Contractor ........................ 64 Power House Electrical PAT Testing .................... 64 FOOD AND DRINK Coast Café Bar .............................................................. 6 Hadley’s Fish & Chip Restaurant ........................... 14 Kam Thai......................................................................... 16 Netherby House .......................................................... 11 Passage to India .......................................................... 10 Salmon Leap Hotel ..................................................... 17


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