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Lebberston Market and Car Boot Sale

Popular seasonal market & car boot sale situated between Scarborough& Filey...  more...

Guardians Of The Galaxy

After stealing a mysterious orb in the far reaches of outer space, Peter Quill is now the main target of a manhunt led by the vil...  more...

Doris The Dragon Show

Brand New & Exclusive for Summer 2014 Doris the Dragon Show will delight young children with its imaginative storyline, comical ...  more...

Exhibition of work by Kittie Jones

Kittie Jones is a fine artist based in Edinburgh. Her work is directly inspired by the natural world, in particular British birds...  more...

Social Cycle Ride - Tuesdays nights

Dalby Bike Barn Tuesday Night Social Ride Booking essential for lights and food afterwards...  more...

Forge Valley - Out & About

Forge Valley in the Autumn.Forge Valley lies near East Ayton, with its small ruined castle. The valley is one of the finest examples of mixed deciduous woodland in north-east England and the Forge Valley Woods National Nature Reserve is a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

 

The valley was formed by rushing glacial meltwater following the last ice age but is named after the iron smelting which took place there.

 

The old quarries, cut through many layers of rock, now increase the interest of this magical place as a Dinosaur Geology Trail runs through the valley.

 

Footpaths follow the young River Derwent as it bends along the valley and convenient car parks make this beautiful woodland easily accessible on foot.

 

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