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X93 Tour

August 2018 - Issue 440

  • X93 - Cover Story, Ariva has turned part of the X93 route into a voice guided audio tour.
  • The Silo at Middlewood Farm has been removed
  • The new toilets at bank top are being regulary abused and risk being closed if people keep flouting the 40p charge
  • Parish Council - The affordable housing scheme proposed by Scarborough Council is moving on
  • School News - The School Worship group gives us their thoughts on our community
  • Fylingdales Local History Group visit Fylingdales school and find out about its fascinating past in a two part special

July 2018 - Issue 439

  • Folk Weekend - Review of this years RHB Folk Weekend, with a twist in the charity tale.
  • Writers Workshops - Author Garry Burnett describes the writers art and how he aims to bring it to RHB
  • Find out how much the RHB Fire VCrew raised at their charity event
  • Tamar gives us a look at whats been happening up at Sunnyside Farm
  • School News - Updated info on the now approved Federation between Fylingdales and Hawsker CofE schools
  • The controversial Tea Hut on the Quarterdeck has its permission approved.
  • Finances - Norman takes a look the insurance market, why Homebase is going back to being Homebase and the cost of credit cards
Link to the Fire Fighters Charity Website

June 2018 - Issue 438

  • May Madness - A tourist bus attempts a three point turn on Sledgates and a local thinks it's the start of a zombie apocalypse!
  • Changes in RHB - A number of local shops have closed their doors but some new faces and ideas have also popped up.
  • Cover Story - The crew from Robin Hood's Bay Fire Station are holding a charity car wash / recruitment drive / community fire safety event on Saturday 23rd June so come along to support if you can.
  • Local History - Ravenscar Local History Group learned about Whitby Jet and the Fylingdales Group were fortunate enough to be visited by two sisters from St Hilda's Priory.
  • School News - SATS have been taking place for the year 6's and all the children gave a wonderful performance at the anual May Queen ceremony which, due to the weather, had to be held in the village hall rather than outside.
  • Nature Notes - Mike B enthralls us all with his knowledge of sea slugs and how primary school children have taken an active interest in the sea.
  • Finances - Norman takes a look at the stock market, talks about the continuing crisis in some of our contries charities and has his say on the local RNLI's recent problems.
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