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Nunnington Hall is currently hosting an exhibition made from LEGO.

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VIDEO INTERVIEW with Boro's Wayne Brooksby after the FC United loss

Wayne Brooksby netted Boro's second goal in the 3-2 friendly defeat against FC United on Saturday.

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VIDEO INTERVIEW with Boro boss Steve Kittrick after the FC United defeat

Scarborough Athletic lost their first game of pre-season on Saturday, slipping to a 3-2 defeat against FC United.

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Boro report

Boro suffer opening friendly defeat

Scarborough Athletic were dealt their opening defeat of pre-season on Saturday as they were beaten 3-2 in a cracking clash at home to FC United.

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The Furuno FE- 4200 echo sounder which is on display at the Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre.

Essential equipment for the fishing fleet

Fishing was a major industry in Scarborough with the trawlers going to areas such as the Dogger Bank to catch fish. At one time it was up to the skill of the skipper to decide where to fish, using his experience and watching the natural signs such as sea bird behaviour. As technology developed, electronic equipment could assist the skipper and make fishing more reliable. This included the development of echo sounders.

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Boys’ quarrel is settled in court

Boys’ quarrel is settled in court

William Bean, 15, Heslerton Wold, was summoned at the Scarborough Children’s Police Court, with assaulting William Temple Watson, 43 Highfield, Scarborough, on July 20th.

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Saint Cecilia's Nursing Home in Scarborough has been playing host to a number of young visitors from the town.

Children cheer residents

Saint Cecilia’s Nursing Home in Scarborough has been playing host to a number of young visitors from the town.

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Mike Jordan pictured with Yorkshire Party leader Stewart Arnold

Senior Tory councillor Mike Jordan joins Yorkshire Party in protest at Government’s devolution stance

A senior Conservative councillor has quit and joined the Yorkshire Party in protest at Ministers’ handling of the ongoing devolution saga, The Yorkshire Post can reveal.

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Fire crews attended a barn fire in Harwood Dale.

Three fire crews tackle a barn fire in North Yorkshire hamlet

Fire crews from across North Yorkshire were called to a barn fire near Scarborough today.

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How many of these Yorkshire filming locations do you recognise?

The Harry Potter filming spots in Yorkshire - and five other famous blockbusters shot here

A gripping storyline and convincing characters are integral to creating great feature films, but finding a location to bring the tale to life is just as important.

Lifestyle

What is balconing? Foreign Office warns Brits on holiday in Spain

More than 12 million British nationals visit Spain every year, and although most visits are trouble-free, the Foreign Office is now warning visitors about the risk of ‘balconing’.

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Enjoy a summer day out on this pretty walk from Suffield to Silpho

Enjoy a summer day out on this pretty walk from Suffield to Silpho

Summer days are here - time to enjoy unspoilt farming villages linked by fields and forestry, a dew pond at Silpho, and maybe a spot of bird-watching near Bell Heads car park.

Outdoors
Chris Cundall being treated at the scene.

North Yorkshire vet paralysed in bull attack vows to walk again as rescue mission features in TV series

A vet is planning to do a sponsored walk using a zimmer frame in aid of two organisations that helped him when he was left paralysed after a bull he was treating attacked him.

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Although travelling to tropical countries can be exciting, it always carries some risk of potentially falling ill

Dangerous tropical illnesses commonly caught abroad – and how to avoid them

Although travelling to tropical countries can be exciting, it always carries some risk of potentially falling ill.
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Chris Cundall was rushed to hospital

Scarborough vet paralysed in bull attack

A popular Scarborough vet who was left paralysed after being attacked by a bull he was treating will feature on a new TV show.

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File picture: Gull mess in Scarborough

Calls for Scarborough businesses to help clean gull mess

A councillor has asked businesses to do their part to keep a seaside town looking its best.
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Flixton are going for National Village glory

Skipper hoping the buzz can help Flixton into the last four

Flixton skipper Will Norman is hoping that the adrenaline and the buzz carries his side through to the last four of the National Village Cup.

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Do dock leaves cure nettle stings? Here's what to do if you get stung

Do dock leaves cure nettle stings? Here's what to do if you get stung

For centuries dock leaves have been used by many as a simple way to stop the pain of nettle stings, but do they actually help or is it simply a placebo effect?

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Samantha Wiles

Scarborough mental health worker cons ex with fake baby claims

A con artist tricked her ex-partner into believing she had given birth and claimed their ‘child’ was seriously ill in hospital.
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Evening League cricket reports

EVENING LEAGUE: Chadwick smacks superb 139 as Seamer crush Staxton

Gregg Chadwick's astounding 139 from just 58 balls steered Seamer to a 51-run win at Staxton in the AndyHire Evening League A Division last night.
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