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The plans to redevelop the Country Park passed a crucial stage recently with a bat survey of the old toilet block which is due for removal. No bats were found so the demolition can now proceed.

The old toilet block will be replaced by a new visitor’s centre.

Filey CP Toilet bat [...]

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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 the closing years of the Roman Empire in the late 4th Century, five Roman Signal stations were built along the Yorkshire Coast to provide early warning of attacks by barbarians. One of these was built on the Cliffs of Carr Naze near the Country Park at Filey. As a result of quarrying the cliffs [...]

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This exciting and innovative play area was opened in August 2011 to complement the existing children’s play area and other facilities in the Country Park. Its design is based on the “natural play” philosophy, where equipment blends into the surrounding landscape and young people are provided with a more challenging and imaginative experience than is [...]

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