The Clock Cafe: Here are 9 photos of one of Scarborough's favourite eating spots as it is set to reopen

Scarborough's iconic Clock Cafe reopens this weekend after its winter break (weather permitting).

Friday, 8th February 2019, 2:30 pm
Updated Saturday, 9th February 2019, 10:34 am
Clock Cafe was unaffected by the landslip

Our main image shows the 105-year-old cafe behind chalets which fell victim to a landslip (thankfully the cafe is unaffected). Here's a look at some other images over the years of one of Scarborough's much-loved eating places.

Pictured in the mist
2013, and the staff wear clothing of a century earlier to mark the cafe's 100th anniversary
The staff of 1913
The cafe is one of the South Bay's landmarks
The 100th anniversary in 2013, and Sue Bell serves David Fowler, author of The Clock Cafe Story, published that year
Pictured in 2017, standing proud overlooking the chalets and sea
A charity event in 2012 with staff from Thomas Cook at the cafe
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