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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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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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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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Seaweed and Family Fun Day

On June 3, 2012 By

In a Jubilee Spirit our Tentipi Tent was used on Saturday 2nd June to support a Family Fun Day in aid of Filey CE Infants School and the St John’s Fabric Fund  at St Johns Garden, West Avenue, Filey.  Project volunteer Catherine Welch demonstrated seaweeds and seaweed  pressing and we were joined by Filey Town [...]

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Rather than reinvent the wheel on this site, please  link to the Picasa site of Margaret Rowling, which contains a comprehensive photographic record of local flowers and some of our birds.

 

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