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Our volunteers had a brilliant day at Filey Food Festival Yesterday despite the dull and chilly weather. We lunched on lobster bisque, lobster thermidor and spiced fish balls from the Food Theatre Demos and finished with a selection of canapés from the World Food Cafe of Goole, who sadly ran out of stock due to [...]

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On November 10th 2012 . Concept drawings and plans of the proposed centre were shown to the public and we would like to thank the Architects, Native Architects of York for the superb job they have made of realising the Vision for us:

Creating a centre of excellence to connect communities [...]

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There’s a last chance today to view the research work of the Filey Brigg Ornithological Group (FBOG) , as they ring birds at the top end of Filey’s Country Park. It’s a rare opportunity to see migrant and local birds  up close. This area, the Parish Fields and the Filey Dams have been massively [...]

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In modern times of frenetic lifestyles and supermarket shopping, the Filey Food Festival of 13th to 14th October, was an opportunity to slow down the pace and sample some of our area’s best local and exotic produce. Filey has one of the best variety of small shops to be found in a small town and [...]

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On 8th September 2012, we assisted with a Heritage Day event at Flixton Carr. The site is currently being excavated by a York University Team lead by Mesolithic expert Dr Nicky Milner  and  her team. During stone age times  the land consisted of small linked islands linked by a gravel ridge in the [...]

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