The 4th July was one of the lowest tides of the year at Filey and the seashore birds were feasting on around a dozen velvet swimming crabs (Necora puber) that had been left stranded on the beach near Filey Brigg. Body parts littered the beach. Several other crabs had made it to the relative safety [...]Continue Reading →
The photograph shows two bell tents pitched on the field near St Oswald’s Church in Late Victorian Times. There is no longer a caravan there and Scarborough Council now use Strimmers rather than Scythes but otherwise the view is largely unchanged.
Weather Permitting we will be pitching our Tipi Tented Classroom on Saturday 7th April, [...]Continue Reading →
Filey Brigg has always been a traditional area for local anglers and fishermen to gather bait. This kind of activity is time honoured , the problem is that in recent years, more and more pressure has been put on Filey Brigg’s environment. Professional gangs have appeared, who pick the area clear of velvet swimming crabs [...]Continue Reading →
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Winter 2014/2015 Programme of Events All talks are at 7 pm in the conference room, Evron Centre, [...]June 2nd, 2013
Our volunteers had a brilliant day at Filey Food Festival Yesterday despite the dull and chilly weat[...]
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