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Improvements at Scalby footpath to start soon

Work to improve safety for pedestrians along a length of footway on the west side of North Street, Scalby, is due to start soon. At the moment there are no kerbs on this section between number 93 North Street and the junction of Barmoor Close and only...

today, 14:17 in Yorkshire & Humber

Scarborough's Construction Village receives £900,000 to fund apprenticeships

A Scarborough project has been awarded £900,000 of government funding for its work to tackle unemployment in the community. Scarborough’s Construction Skills Village is one of 16 ‘Fast Track’projects in England benefiting from the Coastal Communities...

today, 14:07 in Yorkshire & Humber

Scarborough frier one of the best in the region

A Scarborough fish frier has been named as a North East finalist in the Drywite Young Fish Frier of the Year competition. Maria Magdalena Ganea of Papas Fish & Chips, Scarborough, earned the prestigious title after the shortlist for Drywite Young...

today, 13:29 in Yorkshire & Humber

Pigeon shot with crossbow in Scarborough

RSPCA are appealing for information after a pigeon has been found with a crossbow arrow through their body. The bird was found sitting on someone’s doorstep on Cross Street, Scarborough, on Saturday September 15 . RSPCA inspector, Laura Barber, said:...

today, 12:01 in Yorkshire & Humber

Author to be No.1 attraction during Ryedale festival

Alexander McCall Smith, who penned the No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency books, and local author Bill Jones are special guests featuring in the Ryedale Book Festival October programme. Two decades ago, the first novel in the No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency...

today, 11:07 in Yorkshire & Humber

Public invited to share views on Cinder Track restoration plans

The first of two public meetings to discuss plans to restore the Cinder Track is taking place at Scarborough's Town Hall tonight. Horse riders, cyclists and ramblers have been invited to take part to share their views on the latest plans, which...

today, 09:22 in Yorkshire & Humber

Take a tour through history and heritage at the village of Brompton by Sawdon this weekend

A village near Scarborough gives residents and visitors a chance to explore its past this weekend with Heritage Open Days events. The events at Brompton by Sawdon on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd September will commemorate 100 years since the guns...

today, 08:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

Police launches appeal following assault on child in Eastfield

North Yorkshire Police is appealing for witnesses and information after a child was assaulted in Eastfield. The incident happened in a play park located in the vicinity of Redfield Way at around 6.30pm on Tuesday, 11 September. The child was left...

yesterday, 14:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

Scarborough teenager denies rape allegations

A teenager charged with rape and attempted rape of a woman in Scarborough has denied the allegations. Mitko Mihaylov Naskov, 18, of Pavilion Square, Scarborough, appeared at York Crown Court today (Monday) when he pleaded not guilty to both charges....

yesterday, 14:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

CCTV appeal after disturbance and criminal damage in Scarborough

Police have released CCTV in an attempt to trace a man who they believe may have vital information about a disturbance and criminal damage in Scarborough. The man is one of a group of men, believed to be in their early 40s, who stayed at the Victoria...

yesterday, 14:41 in Yorkshire & Humber

Freshers in Scarborough helping police tackle crime in pioneering volunteer scheme

Freshers in North Yorkshire will work alongside their local police force to help keep students safe at university in a pioneering new volunteering scheme. North Yorkshire Police visited the Freshers' Fair at the Scarborough campus of Coventry...

yesterday, 12:44 in Yorkshire & Humber

The weather for East Yorkshire and Ryedale with forecaster Trevor Appleton

Here is the week-ahead weather for East Yorkshire and Ryedale with local forecaster Trevor Appleton. It is likely to be warm and dry until after mid-week when it will be much cooler and wetter. Monday 17 September: A fine and dry with some good spells...

yesterday, 11:48 in Yorkshire & Humber

Sunrise scenes for St. Catherine's walkers

Walkers were up at the crack of dawn on Saturday, in a bid to raise money for St. Catherine's Hospice. Walkers set off at 5:30am from the hospice, taking in the sights of Scarborough's North and South bays across their 6.5 mile walk. The walk is...

yesterday, 11:30 in Yorkshire & Humber

Fake baby claims: woman ordered to pay back just £1 for cruel deception

A con artist who tricked her ex-partner into believing she had given birth to his child and told him to “expect the worst” after claiming her ‘daughter’ was seriously ill in hospital has been ordered to pay back a solitary pound for her cruel £1,000...

yesterday, 11:16 in Yorkshire & Humber

Scarborough lifeboat called for spaniel

Scarborough RNLI were called to the scene of an accident when a spaniel fell into the water at Scalby Mills. The dog fell from the wall into the sea on Saturday, with the RNLI sent to rescue following a call from the owner. However, they were not...

yesterday, 10:40 in Yorkshire & Humber

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