Letters To The Editor - email@example.com "Millions of pounds needs to be found to stop Whitby’s crumbling piers from completely falling into the sea." On the 14th June 2014 The Whitby Gazette revealed to its readers that almost £9,000 000 (9 Million) needed to be found to protect the piers at Whitby. Reports Say Whitby [...]
Whitby Piers (East And West) can be found at the mouth of the River Esk in Whitby.
The History Of Whitby - Whitby Abbey Whitby Abbey Illuminated For Whitby Goth weekend 2013 Set on a headland high over the popular seaside town, Whitby Abbey is the perfect choice for a great value day trip in Yorkshire. It's easy to see how Bram Stoker was inspired by its gothic splendour when writing [...]
Building Of The BMEWS At Fylingdales Moor RAF Fylingdales In The Snow - 1963 The History Of Whitby This Article, RAF Fylingdales - BMEWS was first published on 13th Dec 2011 and is dedicated to my late father George William (Bill) Kilpatrick of Whitby who passed away November 17th 2010. Whilst sorting [...]
Oh what will become of our beautiful Whitby Town? Everywhere we look, seems it’s all just tumbling down. Is Whitby really falling right into the North Sea? Well that’s what it looks like, if you were asking me. Dredging shakes foundations in Sandgate’s little shops. The cracks are appearing and the building it just drops. [...]
Reviewer: Real Whitby - April 8, 2012 The Marine's chef Simon Truman serves up the best fish and chips to be found anywhere in the country, and not at silly prices found elsewhere in Whitby either. Fantastic restaurants adorn the beautiful streets of Whitby. Along the harbour front you will find world class cuisine. [...]
Follow in the footsteps of Bram Stoker's Dracula by climbing the town's 199 steps (tradition demands you should count them as you go). Starting among a slew of idiosyncratic shops, the steps clamber up the cliffside, slowly revealing more and more of the red-roofed town. At the top you'll find Whitby Abbey, as decorously ruined a [...]
The Offices of Seaton Gray Bell & Bagshawe at number 38 Flowergate date back to the 16th century. Although the buildings front was totally remodeled in the late 1800's it escaped the demolition fate of many adjoining buildings. In 1636 the building was being used as a court house and a house of correction, but this [...]