News from Whitby Gazette
The Magpie Cafe is continuing to supply the Whitby Gazette with its popular fish recipes, despite being closed after suffering fires earlier this month. Here is this week’s offering, thanks to chef Paul Gildroy. Ingredients 300g haddock, 100g smoked salm
It is approaching a decade since Whitby Community College came out of the Ofsted ‘Special Measures’ category and in this time, much has been said and written about education in Whitby. In this time, many things have pleased me. We have hosted five inspec
Tickets are rapidly selling out for the Yorkshire Post Motor Show on Father's Day. More than 1,000 classic and vintage cars are set to go on display at the Yorkshire Post Motor Show on Father's Day, June 18. The event, which is held every year at Castle
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A dramatic show of wearable art at Danby’s Inspired by… gallery in June will offer audience members the chance to win a unique piece by the artist, whose work has been featured in Vogue magazine. Absolutely Buzzing – The Show is part of a stunning exhibi
ELECTION 2017:Fact Check - if 30% more people under 25 vote, could the Conservatives lose the election?
An article on The Independent is being widely shared on social media suggesting that a 30% increase in turnout among 18 to 24-year-olds would make the election of a majority Conservative government on June 8 rather unlikely. It followed a tweet by Alan F
Yorkshire has enjoyed a fine week of warm and dry weather. But will it continue during the Bank Holiday weekend?
Whitby Bookshop is to welcome author Stephanie Butland in an event taking place tonight. Stephanie will be chatting about her novel Lost for Words, set in a York book emporium. Now a novelist, Stephanie said her writing career began with her battle with
The Whitby Gazette has teamed up with the Bagdale Hall Hotel & Restaurant to offer our readers the chance to win a fabulous three-course meal for two. The Bagdale Hotel, an old Tudor Manor House and one of the most historic properties in Whitby,...
Get your gladrags ready – one of the glitziest and most eagerly anticipated fundraising events in Whitby’s social calendar is now just a week away. The White Lily Ball, which raises money for three local hospices, is on next Friday (June 2) when 300 gues
A young man who works in Whitby has spoken of the scene of horror after he was caught up in the terror attack at the Manchester Arena. Nathan Cowey, 21, was watching his “idol” in what was meant to be the happiest night of his life before a loud bang tur
POLICE are appealing for information after a man damaged and stole a large £200 plant from a display in Whitby. North Yorkshire Police said a man, who was wearing a white shirt, pulled the leylandii spiral plant out of a pot at the end of Baxtergate, bef
The final part of an Alzheimers awareness charity event took place at the Danby dojo of the Ichi-taikan Shotokan Karate Club. The students had a fun evening of dodge ball, Simon says, skittles, relay races and a timed assault course, which saw the Danby
FOUR men have been arrested after a police pursuit which started in Scarborough ended when the car being chased crashed in Ravenscar. A Fiat Punto being driven suspiciously failed to stop for officers on Foreshore Road in the early hours today (Weds May
There was a much-improved turnout as almost 200 people lined the upper harbour to witness the ancient custom of the planting of the Penny Hedge this morning. Young and old watched on as Lol Hodgson, bailiff of the manor of Fyling and horn blower Tim Osbo
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