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The Winter of 1962

I was born in 1962 mum said was difficult to keep little ones warm .You always had to be well wrapped up. I once read a true story about the winter of 1962/63, and here it is. High up in … Continue reading

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Castle Howard in the Winter

We took a couple of days off this  winter and decided to make it a stay cation taking in some of the sights we don’t get to see due to working ,one of which was to visit Castle Howard ,it … Continue reading

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Festive Frumenty

Festive Frumenty On Christmas Eve in Filey long ago a sort of festive porridge was taken, door to door, as a greeting to friends. Made in their home, all families would have had their own recipe. This recipe is from … Continue reading

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December

This is the time when many of us will be dusting down our party gear and getting booked in for work doo’s and Christmas party’s of all kinds. A chance to let our hair down and relax a little .this … Continue reading

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The New Sea Wall

The new sea wall, opened July 21st 1955 A Mr Hall visited Filey Ladies Monday club, in 1990 approx. he gave a most interesting talk on the making of the new sea wall and Royal Parade. In 1955 Mr. Hall … Continue reading

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gloomy day today ,well what better reason to get out to Filey have coffe and cake at one of the best cafes in town and take a look at our new winter range of mountain equipment down and tecnical fleeces

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The Great Storm of 1953

 On the 31st of January in 1953 there was a great storm in Filey; this was caused by an unusually low pressure coinciding with a very high tide. This created a low pressure system, tracked south with the tidal surge … Continue reading

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