The is national spotlight is set to shine on Scarborough once again when a new children’s drama airs on the CBBC channel in autumn.
Currently filming on location in the town, All at Sea is centred around an imaginative 10-year-old boy named Charlie, whose family have recently moved from London to run a bed and breakfast by the sea.
Escaping from the hustle and bustle of city life, Charlie - who lives in the B&B with his mum and dad, 14-year-old sister Hannah and little brother Louie who is seven - loves his new-found freedom and exploring the town that has become their new seaside home.
Alongside his best friends Ben and Alison, Charlie roams the beaches, arcades and fish and chip shops of Scarborough, coming up with a variety of mischievous schemes and plans along the way.
The programme’s excutive producer Connal Orton said: “All at Sea is a funny, fast-paced comedy set on the beautiful Scarborough coastline and we’re loving being on location here.
“It is a really colourful series and we hope that CBBC viewers will enjoy seeing what scrapes Charlie and his friends get into.”
The series, which is also being filmed in studios in Manchester, will feature The Scarborough News in a number of episodes.