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Property: Mill Lane, Cayton, near Scarborough, £515,000

Glebe Lodge is a stunning three bedroom family home sitting on 0.7 of an acre made up of impressive private gardens, with sweeping lawns leading down the private driveway that boasts views of open countryside. Located close to the popular village of Cayton.

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Dance-based cardiovascular workout is just one of many different fitness regimes that are on offer today.

Opinion: Set realistic challenges in drive for fitness

January is one of the most popular times for people to get more active after the excesses of the Christmas holidays.

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Priory Church, Bridlington.

Nostalgia: The age of plunder

By the time of Shakespeare’s birth in 1564 his country had experienced a revolution in land and property ownership. Yorkshire was particularly affected by this revolution because so much of the county had for centuries belonged to religious houses, orders and guilds, but was now almost entirely in the hands of secular owners. Before the dissolution of 1536-40, Yorkshire had 610 monks, 200 friars and 230 nuns living in 35 abbeys, 18 friaries and 24 nunneries, yet even these figures fail to convey the vast extent of their properties and wealth.

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Property: Horndale Road, Filey, £262,500

Property: Horndale Road, Filey, £262,500

An immaculately presented extended three bedroom detached bungalow, with two reception rooms, two bathroom facilities and breakfast kitchen.

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E1RK7P a male mute swan attacks to defend its nest

Country Diary: The perils of facing up to a ‘busking’ swan

His breath like silver arrows pierced the air,

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County Hall,  Northallerton.

Howard Croft column: Was it incompetence and laziness or slippery connivance?

During Christmas week I drove through the redesigned junction in Norton, where Welham Road, Church Street and County Bridge meet. I have always been uneasy when negotiating that spot, largely because of poor road markings and signage, but also because of drivers incorrectly assuming they had right of way and others surrendering their right of way, thus creating uncertainty and unexpected vehicle movements.

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1917 court: Fined for supplying cigarettes to a minor

1917 court: Fined for supplying cigarettes to a minor

Before Mr AJ Tugwell (in the chair), Alderman Rowntree, and Mr George Rowntree, at the Borough Police Court, Clara Maud Philps, manageress, 1, West Bank, was summoned on a charge of having sold cigarettes to a person apparently under the age of 16 years, on December 24th. There was a further summons with respect to an offence on January 6th. The cases were adjourned at the previous hearing on Monday on account of one of the boys concerned having failed to attend court.

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A view back along Wykeham Lane.

Your Day Out: Ever-changing scenery

Wykeham is a village about six miles south west of Scarborough along the A170 Scarborough to Pickering road. Now here’s a great walk for the new year, with mostly level ground and ever-changing scenery. Walk, cycle or motor along quiet rural lanes, and go slowly to see more wildlife.

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Yorkshire beach named one of the best in the world

Yorkshire beach named one of the best in the world

Melbourne, Bora Bora, Hawaii - and Robin Hood's Bay?
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Property: Hackness Drive, Newby, Scarborough, £299,950

Property: Hackness Drive, Newby, Scarborough, £299,950

A generous, detached family home of individual design, well located within a popular north side residential location.

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On this day in Yorkshire 1954: Weather foils salvage of grounded Hull trawler

On this day in Yorkshire 1954: Weather foils salvage of grounded Hull trawler

Norwegian vessel takes off crew of 20

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A view of the beach area at Scalby Mills. The strange looking mound in the centre of the picture was known as 'Monkey Island' a popular playground for many generations.
Visitors are taking advantage of low tide as they walk along the old Victorian outfall pipes which stretched as far as Jackson's Bay to the north.
Photo reproduced courtesy of the Max Payne collection. 
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Nostalgia: Scalby Mills and ‘Monkey Island’

A view of the beach area at Scalby Mills. The strange looking mound in the centre of the picture was known as ‘Monkey Island’ a popular playground for many generations locals and holidaymakers.

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Classic board game Monopoly is getting an overhaul this year

Iconic Monopoly pieces face the boot - you could have emoji, dinosaur, duck and penguin as replacements

Traditional Monopoly pieces are facing the axe - but you can vote on what you'd like to see in their place.
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Property: The Furrows, Eastfield, near Scarborough, £169,950

Property: The Furrows, Eastfield, near Scarborough, £169,950

Offering superb value for money, this detached four bedroom house has much to offer.

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Property: The Park, Scalby, near Scarborough, £265,000

Property: The Park, Scalby, near Scarborough, £265,000

Situated in the ever popular Scalby village, this four bedroom family home has undergone a dramatic scheme of modernisation and improvement in recent years.

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A nuthatch was seen at the bird feeding tables in Forge Valley.

Country Diary: Attractive bird resembles the woodpecker

...fallen leaves,

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St Nicholas Church, Grindale.

Your day out: Walk to hail the new year

Here’s another walk to hail the New Year 2017. When it’s wet, windy and weary weather, keep to pleasant country lanes uniting interesting villages.

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Property: Newby Farm Road, Scarborough, £309,950

Property: Newby Farm Road, Scarborough, £309,950

An attractive detached three bedroom bungalow located within the ever popular Newby Farm development, situated on the north side of Scarborough.

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Nutrition expert and Scarborough News collumnist Donna Peters . 165212a

Column: Lose the festive pounds – try this four-step plan

Eaten too much over the festive period? Well now’s the time to take back control, before those Christmas pounds take up permanent residence.

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A site set up for retired seamen and their wives from money left by Admiral John Lawson when he died in 1665 was Trinity House in St Sepulchre Street, still occupied today.

Nostalgia: The twelve days of Christmas

Nowadays, for most of us, the day that follows Christmas is Boxing Day, a relatively new name: for centuries past it was and, for some, still is St Stephen’s Day.

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