Using a grant from the Coastal Revival Fund, a draft plan for a sympathetic restoration of the old railway line between Scarborough and Whitby has been developed by sustainable transport charity, Sustrans, for consideration by Scarborough Borough Council.
If you travel to Scarborough by train tomorrow look out for our volunteers who will have a stand on the platform promoting rail travel and tourism. If you need any information, timetables or a copy of our heritage trail booklet they will be happy to provide it. #CommunityRail
We are looking for a Technical Assistant to join our in house tech team to work on our shows, concerts, festivals and conferences.
Occasional hours as and when required, to include evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Apply Online Here: siv.org.uk/job/details/1299
Coming up on Saturday - fun for all the family with Paul Delaney's Magic Funhouse!
Join Paul from 1.30pm in the market for an afternoon of entertainment, including balloon modelling and plate spinning...
Heritage Open Days 2017
Friday 8th Sept
St Andrew’s United Reformed Church, Ramshill Road:
2:00pm – talk by Chris Hall around the model of medieval Scarborough.
Church is open to visit from 10.00 am – until 4.00pm (Beacon Café open till 1.30)
SAHS in association with St Andrew’s Church.
Saturday 9th Sept
Ayton Castle 10:00am, 1;00pm and 3:00pm – guided walks led by Chris Hall looking at the historic environs of the castle and including access into the tower and undercroft.
Numbers are restricted so you need to book in advance via e-mail to email@example.com giving the time of the walk you wish to attend, the number in your party, their names and a contact telephone number.
Note: There is no parking at Ayton Castle or on the adjacent streets. Participants are asked to park in the village such as Ayton Village Hall car park which is nearby. The village hall will be open for the Ayton heritage day where there will be an exhibition. Toilet facilities will be available there.
SAHS/Friends of Ayton Castle joint event
Sunday 10th Sept
Raincliffe Woods 10:30am and 2:30 pm – guided walks led by Trevor Pearson and Marie Woods lasting 2 to 21/2. hours looking at archaeological discoveries in the woods. Meet at the Dog Bark Bend car park.
Numbers are restricted so you need to book in advance via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org giving the time of the walk you wish to attend, the number in your party, their names and a contact telephone number.
SAHS/Raincliffe Woods Community Enterprise Joint event.