Sold: £20m Yorkshire village where time stood still

A quintessential Yorkshire village where time has stood still attracted an avalanche of offers from all over the country and beyond after being put on the market for £20m.

Models on the catwalk during the Burberry Autumn/Winter 2017 London Fashion Week show at Makers House , London. Photo credit: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

Burberry taking time to think through Leeds facility

Luxury fashion brand Burberry said it is “taking a moment to think through” its plans for a flagship manufacturing and weaving facility in Leeds.

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The Newborough site which could be an ancient burial ground

Cinema site 'is an ancient burial ground'

In a twist reminiscent of the film Poltergeist, Scarborough’s proposed town centre cinema could be built on top of an ancient burial ground.

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'Crawl to the coast': Your views on the A64

'Crawl to the coast': Your views on the A64

It's one of Yorkshire's most controversial roads.
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There were delays this morning as temporary traffic lights on Dunslow Road were stuck on a red signal.

Traffic lights stuck on red signal cause delays for Scarborough drivers

Temporary traffic lights that are stuck on red are causing delays on a Scarborough Road this morning.
Aviation development director Tony Hallwood, chief executive John Parkin and head of planning development Charles Johnson with the Route to 2030 plan for Leeds Bradford Airport. Picture: Richard Walker/

Plan sets out how Leeds Bradford Airport will reach new heights

A vision for the future of Leeds Bradford Airport was formally published today as bosses outlined how the airport will be developed to meet the needs of a projected 7.1 million passengers.

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Kick in the teeth for sports fans as fresh rail strike looms in Yorkshire

Sports fans and Saturday workers are facing travel headaches tomorrow during a 24-hour strike by train staff in Yorkshire.

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Are you ready for a cheeky Nando's?

Some of the biggest names in the restaurant world are eyeing up a move to Scarborough.

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Free hot cross buns can be collected in Morrisons until Easter

Here's how to claim a free hot cross bun tomorrow

With Easter fast approaching, a Yorkshire supermarket chain is offering free hot cross buns to customers.

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How the Newborough development could look

Green light for BOTH Scarborough cinema plans

Scarborough Council's planning committee is set to back BOTH cinema developments in the town.

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Scarborough hotel goes on the market with eye-watering price tag

The former Beiderbecke's Hotel is up for sale but if you want to buy it you will have to start the bidding at £650,000!
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Argos in Newborough will close

Argos to move into Sainsbury's

It has been announced that Scarborough's two Argos stores are to close.

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Only four return journeys will go to Scarborough if the strike action goes ahead.

Strike to affect train journeys

Passengers have been warned of widespread disruption on the railways caused by industrial action by staff on Saturday.

The lifeboathouse

Royal opening for Scarborough's lifeboat house

Scarborough's new lifeboathouse will get the royal seal of approval when it is officially opened next week.

The Yorkshire Belle and owner Peter Richardson.

Businesses along coast shine in prestigious awards

A Bridlington pleasure cruiser is the recipient of a late birthday present after she was "highly commended" during a prestigious awards ceremony.

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How to recover after being made redundant

How to recover after being made redundant

There’s no dressing it up, redundancy is difficult to deal with. It’s a bitter blow to your self-esteem, your finances, and often your health.

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Millions of energy customers could roll back bills to 2008 prices

Millions of energy customers could roll back bills to 2008 prices

Millions of Big Six energy customers are still overpaying for their energy but could get their prices back to 2008 rates according to the latest research from consumer watchdog Which?.


VIDEO: Behind the scenes at the Weaponness Leisure Village

Next month will mark a decade since the final game at Scarborough’s McCain Stadium.

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The GHK Design & Build office on Falsgrave Road which has been closed now the company has gone into liquidation.

Scarborough firm goes under with debts of £1.2million

A Scarborough building firm has gone into liquidation leaving £1.2million of debt to fellow businesses behind.

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The Albert in Scarborough has featured on Channel 4's Four in a Bed previously.

New participants wanted for Four in a Bed

Four in a Bed is looking for B&B and hotel owners in the area for the new series of the popular Channel 4 show.

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