John Mitchell, Tommy Vaughan, and Mick Rivers with three signed footballs and a signed cricket bat put up for auction at Scarborough Fire Station in aid of the Martin MS Appeal and local charities.
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On Boxing Day in 1994, the Northern Electric team were on winning form at the charity raft race which took place in the harbour.
The Junior Inter Schools Town Sports were held at Filey School in June 1995, with Filey School headmistress Kerin Rees presenting Craig Farrell, left, and Daniel Thundercliffe, of Graham School, with the winners' trophy.
Enjoying Ladies Day in Scarborough on Boxing Day in 1994 were, from left, Jacqui Golland, Julia Waugh, and Steph Wild.
The team of motorcycle trainers pictured at their base at Scarborough Technical College in February 1992, from left to right are Les Timmins, Martin Watson, Gill Thorpe, Neil Shaw, Dave Butterworth and Mark Berry.
The cast of Scarborough Sixth Form College's production of Little Shop of Horrors in November 1995, from left are Andrea Dickinson, Daniel Wood, Ewen McIntyre, Richard Glaves, and stage manager Andrew Carr, along with Audrey II.
In March, 1995, junior schools from the Scarborough and Whitby areas competed in the Boyes Junior Sports Stars competition. The Braeburn School team do their best to terrify their 'driver' in one of the events.
John Mitchell, Tommy Vaughan, and Mick Rivers with three signed footballs and a signed cricket bat up for auction at Scarborough Fire Station in aid of the Martin MS Appeal and local charities.