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Dining Out: Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Beverley

With a sleek and contemporary atmosphere, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Beverley, is certainly everything you would expect from a relatively upmarket outlet - especially the price.

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On this day in Yorkshire 1916: Rewards for plucky Scarborough boys

On this day in Yorkshire 1916: Rewards for plucky Scarborough boys

Young people of the region honoured

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Nostalgia: Scarborough harbour

Nostalgia: Scarborough harbour

A peaceful scene as boats rest on the mud at low tide in Scarborough harbour.

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On this day in Yorkshire 1944: The Queen thanks the women of Britain

On this day in Yorkshire 1944: The Queen thanks the women of Britain

THE Queen to-day thanked the women of Britain for their war effort.

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Property: Goldfields, Scalby, Scarborough, offers in the region of £750,000

Property: Goldfields, Scalby, Scarborough, offers in the region of £750,000

Situated in Scalby this prestigious build has an attractive natural flow of space and light throughout.

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Great Yorkshire break: Comfort and joy at the Falcon Manor, Settle

Great Yorkshire break: Comfort and joy at the Falcon Manor, Settle

There’s something wonderfully comforting and uplifting about driving through those rolling hills of North Yorkshire that are “the Dales”.

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On this day in Yorkshire 1940: Our A.A. men on the mark

On this day in Yorkshire 1940: Our A.A. men on the mark

Like the R.A.F., our anti-aircraft gunners only count certainties.

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Market stalls were erected on Saturdays at the western end of  Princess Street, known then as Nether Westgate.

Nostalgia: Tudor shopping experience

Those of us of a certain age have already seen and suffered a series of revolutions in shopping, from corner to super to hyper and from “bogof” to online. But what was it like to shop in Scarborough during Shakespeare’s time?

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This �100 instant printer from Polaroid produces 2x3in pictures from your phone, without ink or wires.

Top 5 last-minute tech gifts for Christmas 2016

IT’S NOT too late to fill someone’s stocking next weekend with a piece of covetable Christmas kit, even if you want to buy it online.

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Christmas stories from the archives: Holiday travel rush to the North mounts to climax 1946

Christmas stories from the archives: Holiday travel rush to the North mounts to climax 1946

A “Green Christmas,” with a likelihood of local fog, is prophesied in the latest official forecast, issued this afternoon.

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Property: Coldyhill Lane, Newby, Scarborough, £300.000

Property: Coldyhill Lane, Newby, Scarborough, £300.000

Majestic period villa situated in the enviable north side location of Newby.

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A kingfisher on willow is just one of the amazing wildlife paintings on display at Robert Fullers Gallery in Thixendale.

Country Diary: Thixendale – a hidden gem on the Wolds

...mist is steeping,

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1916 court: Butcher for the chop after sale of bad meat

1916 court: Butcher for the chop after sale of bad meat

Before Mr J Dippie and Alderman Pirie at the Borough Police Court James Leak, butcher, 1 and 3 Bar Street, was charged with selling a piece of mutton for consumption which was not fit for the food of man. He was also charged with exposing unsound meat, and also with having unsound meat on the premises intended for the food of man.

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The beautifully restored Howsham Mill.

Your Day Out: Village of Howsham is full of history

The little village of Howsham is situated in a lovely wooded stretch of the Derwent Valley, about six miles south of Malton. The river curves from Howsham Hall to a corner of the beautiful parkland, where it’s crossed by a four-arched bridge. The stone from Kirkham Abbey was used for the fine old bridge.

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On this day in Yorkshire 1952: Leeds man wins world billiards championship

On this day in Yorkshire 1952: Leeds man wins world billiards championship

Leslie Driffield, a Leeds business man and English champion, last night, in Calcutta, won the World Amateur Billiards Championship.

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On this day in Yorkshire 1941: Students make model ‘planes

On this day in Yorkshire 1941: Students make model ‘planes

Three junior students of the Leeds College of Art are putting their spare time and money to good use by making scale models of British and enemy aircraft from odd scraps of material.

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Christmas stories from the archives
Little girl from Tristan da Cunha to have a Yorkshire Christmas

Christmas stories from the archives Little girl from Tristan da Cunha to have a Yorkshire Christmas

A SMALL brown-haired girl with sparkling slate-blue eyes who has travelled 6,000 miles during the last few weeks, will wake up in a Sedbergh home o Christmas Day to find presents left her for the first time by father Christmas

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Recently refurbished and set on the Esplanade in this superb building is this spacious four bedroom two bathroom first floor leasehold apartment.

Recently refurbished and set on the Esplanade in this superb building is this spacious four bedroom two bathroom first floor leasehold apartment.

Property: Esplanade, Scarborough, £350,000

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Clark's restaurant, Queen Street, Scarborough.

Dining Out: Clark’s, Queen Street, Scarborough

A small Scarborough restaurant is making a huge impact in the town after opening earlier this year.

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