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Lebberston Market and Car Boot Sale

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

Unfamiliar Ground

Unfamiliar Ground brings the work of some of the UK's most exciting contemporary printmakers to a range of small venues from Grim...  more...

Coffee Dances with Howard Beaumont

6 June- 5 September Every Friday · 10.30am to 12.30pm Dance the morning away as The Spa’s resident organist Howard Beaumont hos...  more...

Cox & Box - Mrs Bouncer's Legacy

1866. Cox is an apprentice hatter who works by day, and Box, a printer who works by night. Under the swift broom of landlady Mrs ...  more...

David Hale Electric Organ Concert

Enjoy an afternoon of music with David Hale, the park's resident organist, as he performs a medley of songs from the bandstand in...  more...

Runswick Bay - Out & About

Runswick Bay

 

Situated 5 miles north of Whitby, Runswick Bay is a picture-postcard seaside village loved by both artists and holidaymakers. The village is split into two parts – a number of houses at the top of the cliffs contrast sharply with the red-roofed cottages that appear to tumble down the cliffside to the seafront below.

 

The beach can be accessed via a steep 1 in 4 road with an accessible car park at the bottom. It has been frequently awarded the ENCAMS Seaside Award and if appropriate will be flying the distinctive blue and yellow flag.

We also have more information about Runswick Bay and details of the Runswick Bay Beach, These also include details of forthcoming events based near the Bay.

Kettleness Point in on the far side of the bay and has been the scene of many shipwrecks. In 1901 the lifeboat was launched and manned entirely by women as their men were caught in a treacherous storm.

The old thatched coastguard's cottage, lifeboat house and boat-park still stand at the edge of the village, but only by good fortune and sea defences.

 

There is a regular bus service through the village, Arriva bus number 5

 

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