Captain Cook Country Tour

‘Captain Cook Country’ is the area of Moors and Coast with which the young Cook was familiar, from his birthplace in Marton, now part of Middlesbrough (the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum), his boyhood home in Great Ayton (Aireyholme Farm on the slopes of Roseberry Topping and the Schoolroom Museum in Great Ayton), Staithes where Cook was a shop assistant for a year (Heritage Centre), and Whitby where he learnt his Seaman’s trade and was based for 9 years. ...

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Whitby angling festival

Whitby Angling Festival

The Whitby Sea Anglers are a shore fishing club whose season starts in late September early October. Matches are fished every Wednesday and Sunday. ...

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Gospel Music Convention 2014

Gospel Music Convention 2015

The UK's top annual Gospel Music event with International Christian Country and Gospel Artists.   ...

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Gospel Music Convention 2014

Humble Pie & Mash

Humble pie is a sixteenth century shop lovingly restored back to its timber framed beginnings. Come and relax in front of our open fire and unique surroundings whilst enjoying some of our traditional home cooked fare. ...

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Turnstone Gallery

Turnstone Gallery

Just a two mile stroll along the beach from Whitby brings you out in the pretty village of Sandsend home of the Turnstone Gallery which aims to offer the best in contemporary art and ceramics from the Coast and Moors of North Yorkshire. ...

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