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Dawn’s 40 years at jewellers

Marking 40 years’ service with Shipton and Co Jewellers, Dawn Bell recently hosted a ruby anniversary celebration at the firm’s Huntriss Row store. Dawn joined the company just weeks after the opening of the original store in 1978 and has served...

yesterday, 14:41 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Scarborough road closed due to adverse weather conditions

Due to the adverse weather conditions and public safety reasons the road between Peasholm roundabout and the Toll House has been closed. This morning the Environment Agency issued three flood alerts and two flood warnings along the Yorkshire Coast....

yesterday, 13:57 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Scarborough Sea Life Centre ‘best attraction for under fives’

Scarborough Sea Life Centre has picked up a prestigious regional gong in the first national attractions awards run by popular family leisure website Day Out With The Kids. The Birmingham-based online guide launched in 2010 is used by 17 million people...

yesterday, 13:38 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Flood warnings issued for Yorkshire as 'large and powerful' storms hit coast

Flooding is set to hit several towns on the Yorkshire coast today with 'large and powerful waves' set to overcome sea defences. The Environment Agency has issued warnings for Sandsend and Bridlington as well as an alert for Whitby: Flood Warning -...

yesterday, 13:14 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Scarborough road closed after cracks appear in the surface

A number of Scarborough residents have raised concerns over cracks on Esplanade. North Yorkshire County Council have closed the road between Albion Road and Prince of Wales Drive for the past week. Residents are now becoming more concerned over the...

yesterday, 12:46 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Championship wrestling is heading to the Yorkshire coast

After its return to terrestrial TV this year, wrestling is going on tour and heading to Scarborough. The first match has been announced for the date at Scarborough Spa and the WOS Championship will be on the line when champion ‘Superhuman’ Justin...

yesterday, 12:22 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Flood warning in force for Yorkshire Coast

The Environment Agency has issued flood warning for Sandsend and Bridlington this morning. Flooding is possible in Sandsend between 15.30pm and 17.30pm today (Tuesday 20th November) and further forecast for 03.45am and 05.15am tomorrow (Wednesday 21st...

yesterday, 11:47 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Average Briton will work 75 hours overtime in November and December to afford Christmas research reveals

Whilst many Britons think ahead and begin saving or buying for Christmas months ahead, 54 per cent find themselves having to work overtime throughout November and December to be able to afford the Christmas they want, according to research. Whether...

yesterday, 11:47 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Scarborough South Bay fails water quality tests again

One of the hottest summers for years brought tourists flocking to the coast - but one of Scarborough's favourite spots has failed the latest bathing water quality tests. The Government's latest statistics show that South Bay was classed as 'poor' for...

yesterday, 11:47 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Scarborough drink-driver who shot through red lights and just missed hitting other cars is spared jail

A drink-driver who sped from police through the streets of Scarborough has been spared jail. Barry Grieveson, 31, was more than twice the drink-drive limit when he shot through red lights and drove in such a reckless manner that at one stage police...

yesterday, 11:32 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Deadline is fast approaching for Scarborough's Operation Christmas Child

Time is running out for charity shoeboxes to be dropped off ready for collection by Operation Christmas Child. Despite having no warehouse to process thousands of shoeboxes in Scarborough this year, the charity is making light of its problems and is...

yesterday, 10:37 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Almost half of dog owners break Highway Code when driving with pets

Large numbers of dog owners risk substantial fines and penalty points by allowing their pets to roam freely in a vehicle while in transit, research shows. An independent survey conducted by bootliner manufacturer Hatchbag revealed that 45% of dog...

yesterday, 10:02 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Witness appeal after two men arrested on suspicion of burglary at Scarborough businesses

Police in Scarborough are appealing for witnesses and information about a series of commercial burglaries that could be linked. Two local men, aged 47 and 29, have been arrested on suspicious of burglary. They have been released under investigation...

yesterday, 09:26 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

North Yorkshire Fire Service report ‘lays bare years of Tory austerity’

An independent report on the current state of the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service has been published by the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, Julia Mulligan. The new report sets out the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities...

yesterday, 09:12 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Burglars take four chainsaws, keys and cash in series of burglaries in Scarborough

Police believe a series of commercial burglaries in Scarborough could be linked. Four chainsaws, cigarettes, cash and keys were among the items taken in the break-ins. Police have arrested two local men, aged 47 and 29, on suspicion of burglary. They...

yesterday, 00:03 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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