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Winter 2014/2015 Programme of Events

All talks are at 7 pm in the conference room, Evron Centre, 58 John Street, Filey, North Yorkshire YO14 9DQ. Download leaflet here: - FBI_Leaflet_WINTER14_15

Thursday October 16, 2014

The Wolds Waggoners
– a volunteer corps of local farm workers who used wagons to supply the trenches [...]

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Gatty Day at St Johns

On June 9, 2012 By

On 2nd June we pitched our Tipi Tent in the Garden of St Johns Church West Avenue as part of a  Family Fun Day in aid of Filey CE Infants school. The theme was the Yorkshire naturalist Mrs Margaret, who visited Filey in the middle part of the nineteenth Century. One of our volunteers Catherine [...]

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As you walk along from the sands onto Filey Brigg, along the side of the cliff are cut a series of numbers from 10 to 15 . These are cut into the quarried rock (Birdsall Grit) which was removed from this area from Victorian  times. There are two explanations for the numbers, one is that [...]

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May Newsletter Now out

On May 21, 2012 By

Please click on the May newsletter for an update on the project. Find out about the latest status of our School Events, joint activities with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, A Victorian Woman’s passion for seaweeds, latest tides for Filey Bay and a seashore discovery.

Filey C of E Infants School Event

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Legend of the Filey Flither Girls

On February 16, 2012 By

The artists impression above by local artist G Briggs  shows a Filey ‘Flither’ Girl with two baskets of bait. On the right of the picture is a fishermen baiting up hooks on a ‘longline‘ which was used to catch cod and other fish. Longlines were laid across the best [...]

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