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Details

Trinity House was founded in 1602 to provide refuge for retired sailors. There were only four in the country, all on the east coast. Sailors would contribute to the running of the house, so they had somewhere to go when they had to retire.

Contact

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Address

St. Sepulchre Street,
Scarborough,
North Yorkshire,
YO11 1QG

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TA 046887  Lat: 54.28324 Long: -0.39480

By Road:
From Scarborough's south bay seafront, take the road that runs up to the town centre adjacent to the harbour bar. Halfway up the hill turn right onto St. Helen's Square. Pass the market hall and turn right. Then turn right again. St Sepulchre Street is the next immediate turn left.