These pictures show what life in Scarborough was like in the 90s - see if you feature!

Here, we take a pictorial look back at what was going on in and around Scarborough in the 1990s.

Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 1:54 pm
Updated Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 1:56 pm
Pictured are the cast of Scarborough Sixth Form College's Kiss Me Kate in February 1997. They were in dress rehearsal before an evening performance.
Pictured are the cast of Scarborough Sixth Form College's Kiss Me Kate in February 1997. They were in dress rehearsal before an evening performance.

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At an open evening of the Scarborough Sixth Form College in January 1995 textile students were on hand to demonstrate their skills. From left Katie Brice, Caroline Smart, Cass Johnson and Debbie Jackson.
Children at Northstead School had been studying a topic about toys in February 1996. Part of the project was to make their own toys. Pictured with their hand made puppets are Amelia Clarke and Steven Johnson from Class 6.

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At an open evening of the Scarborough Sixth Form College in January 1995 textile students were on hand to demonstrate their skills. From left Katie Brice, Caroline Smart, Cass Johnson and Debbie Jackson.
Scarborough Sixth Form College students put on their own production of The Tempest in their own time back in July 1997. Pictured are The Nobles, from left, Antonio (Katharine Williams), Sebastian (Marie Daniels), Alonzo (Sarah Evans), and Gonzalo (Louise Taylor).
Ros Roberts, second left, a teacher from Northstead School, is pictured with some of the school's Watch group who went pond dipping in the grounds of Lindhead Cottage, near Burniston, as part of National Willdlife Week. Photo taken in June 1994.
Resisting the temptation to eat the sweets are youngsters, left to right, Samantha Eblet, Beaver Joe Healy and his sister Katie who helped out on the stall at the Filey Scout Group Gala Day back in July 1997.