The 2nd Earl of Londesborough's Own Beaver Scouts five-a-side football team are pictured with their runners-up trophy from a tournament they took part in, in 1997 - from left, back, Sam Rivers, Daniel Aranyi, Sammy Stokes, Jordan Aitken; front, Adam Stokes, Thomas Tyson (captain), and Stephen Marson.
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Pictured are the Lindhead School pupils who played a demonstration match at Headingley during the England v West Indies game in June 1995, from left to right: Tim Gargan, Oliver Jenkins, Edward Hesketh, Danny Lloyd, James Hesketh, Fay Turner, Mark Farrant, Stephanie Smith, and Jonathan Hall.
Children from Overdale School visited Scarborough Police Station and met the police dog handlers back in June, 1997 - PC Dave Pennock with his dog Alfie is pictured with pupils Liam Smith and Rachel Paley.
Cadets from Scarborough's sea cadet unit, TS Unseen, scored their way to the finals of a five-a-side football tournament in February, 1997 - pictured are four members of the team with their trophy: Susan Simpson, Alex Bell, goalkeeper Donna Walker, and captain Natalie Cooper who also won player of the tournament. Hayley Surry, fifth player not pictured.
Members of 42nd St Mark's Venture Scouts handed over a cheque for 480 to the Mayoress' Fund in February, 1997, pictured from left, Gemma Walker, David Gaches, David Robinson, Iain Clarke, Ben Williams and Mark Pettener with mayoress Mrs Janet Agar.
In November 1997, Hinderwell School pupils put the finishing touches to their pizzas, under the supervision of Yorkshire Coast College student James Backhouse (third left) - pictured from left, Kelly Firman, Rebecca Crossland and Ashley Short.
In May, 1997, Hinderwell School took part in a quick cricket tournament - the B team are pictured, from left, Dale Cammish, Nicholas Gough, Sam Hyde, Danny Watson, Danny Robinson and Luke Ridgley.