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Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club - Bridlington

Saturday 2nd November, 2019

Tel: 07722 362949

Email: rnabrid@gmail.com

Richie's Cafe/bar
princess Mary promenade
South Marine Drive
Bridlington
YO15 3LG

AF & Veterans breakfast. Please pass the word. Tomorrow (Saturday 2nd Feb) 10am. And every first Saturday of the month. At Richies cafe/bar. All serving armed forces, veterans and their families are welcome to attend. Discount on food and drink with serving ID or veterans badge. Come along for chat and a drink with like minded people.

Thank you. Mike Rubery, Vice Chairman Bridlington Royal British Legion and AF&V breakfast club organiser.

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Great Run Local Whitby

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 9:30am to 10:30am

Tel: 01723 232551

Email: sportsdevelopment@scarborough.gov.uk

Web: https://www.greatrunlocal.org/events/yorkshire-humber/north-yorkshire/whitby-5k

Scarborough Borough Council
Town Hall
St. Nicholas Street
Scarborough
YO11 2HG

Great Run Local is a free, weekly, friendly running initiative organised by fantastic volunteers that can take place on any day and time of the week. Offering both 2km and 5km distances, our aim is to increase and encourage sport participation for all abilities and ages, from absolute beginners and families to more experienced regular runners.

All events are supported by trained volunteers including our fantastic Great Run Local event coordinators as well as first aid trained volunteers.

All our events provide a social start and finish area for participants to meet new people, interact with other runners, share their stories and offer encouragement to each other. The weekly runs provide participants with the opportunity to attend frequently and maintain the fitness benefits associated with running regularly.

With your own personal Great Run Local Tag ID, participants can also track their progression through our unique mobile app.

A weekly timed event that offers both 2km and 5km routes. The event is family friendly and runners, joggers and walkers are all encouraged to participate. Please note that this event is on the CCW Scoresby Site (Whitby Sixth Form). Participants are encouraged to register for a Great Run Local timing card or wristband. This event is FREE to participate in. This event is totally volunteer delivered, so please contact us if you would like to volunteer.

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Ayton Artists and Friends Exhibiion at The Picturesque Gallery

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 9:30am to 5:00pm

Email: draper.jan@hotmail.com

5 Meadow Drive
5 Meadow Drive

Ayton Artists & Friends get together to display their art work.
This is the 3rd annual exhibition of work at The Picturesque Gallery, St John’s Road, Scarborough by the Ayton Artists and Friends, a group of friends who meet and share a passion in discussing and creating original works of art. The range of work includes batik, felt work, watercolours, oil, ink, textiles and scraperboard.
The exhibition runs from Wednesday 2nd November to Saturday 30th November 2019.
Every Saturday everyone is welcome to “Meet the Artists” and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with cake ina warm comfortable surroundings.
A selection of unframed work will also be available allowing purchasers to arrange their personal choice of framing. Alex at Picturesque will be happy to advise and provide framing, if required.

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Childrens art club

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 10:00am to 11:30am

Tel: 07771664446

Email: deliasart2912@gmail.com

30 Falsgrave Road
Scarborough
YO12 5AT

Saturday mornings 10am until 11:30am
Children must be 10byears and older
Booking is essential for the first session as space is limited

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Free Lantern Making Workshop

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 10:00am to 12:00pm

Tel: 01723 378906

Email: animatedobjects@mac.com

Web: http://www.animatedobjects.co.uk

Whitby Library
Whitby

A free lantern workshop, a lantern take approximately 10 minutes to make. Call in between 10:00 - 12:00 to make your own lantern for the Whitby lantern parade.
Please bring a clean empty 2 litre pop bottle and we will supply the rest. This workshop is funded by Whitby Town council.

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2nd Scarborough (Westborough) Guides Centenary Coffee Morning

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 10:00am to 12:00pm

Westborough Methodist Church
Westborough
Scarborough YO11 1TS

2nd Scarborough (Westborough) Guides are 100 years old on 1 November 2019. To celebrate, we are holding a free coffee morning in the Lecture hall at Westborough Methodist Church from 10am - 12noon. All past leaders, Guides or anyone else who is interested is welcome to come and join us. We will have all our archive material to view and will be collecting memories of the unit from visitors to the Coffee Morning. We will also have a tombola and 100 year of Guiding game to raise money for our trip to Edinburgh next year.

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craft fair

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 10:00am to 3:00pm

Tel: 01947897351

Email: suethompson222@gmail.com

The Robinso Institute
Glaisdale
Whitby
YO21 2PZ

The Robinson Institute,Glaisdale
Craft Fair
10 00 am until 3 00 pm
Lots of lovely stalls ideal for Christmas presents
Refreshments served

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Dinosaur Day

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 10:00am

Tel: 07594319805

Email: sales@gekoglass.co.uk

Web: http://www.gekoglass.co.uk

Scarborough Market Hall
St Helens Square
Scarborough
YO11 1EU

We are celebrating all things Dinosaur for the whole month of November. So much so that November has been cancelled and it will now be known as Dinovember!

Come along to Scarborough Market Hall and Vaults on 2nd of Dinovember for the launch of our Dinosaur activities, trails, fun and games.
Keep your eyes peeled for the dinosaurs wandering about!
This is a free to attend event.

Did you know?
Gekoglass own their very own dinosaurs and every day in Dinovember their window display will change! (They have some naughty dinosaurs!)

So pop along to see what all the fuss is about!

Make sure you also visit The Market Vaults and The Mezzanine Floor to see some wonderful shops and food outlets during your visit.

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Want more information? Or are you a dinosaur enthusiast who would like to get involved? Contact Geko Events on 07594319805.

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Eli Marsden Wilson: Artist and Conscientious Objector

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 11:00am to 12:00pm

Email: foslibuk@gmail.com

Web: http://foslnorthyorks.co.uk

Scarborough Library
Vernon Road
Scarborough
YO11 2NN

Friends of Scarborough Library invite you to a talk
with Andrew Clay on the artist Eli Marsden Wilson. Wilson was imprisoned during WWI for his absolutionist conscientious objection to undertake military service or war work.

FOSL Members: Free Non-members: £1

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Enter the Ascarium...

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 11:00am to 4:00pm

Web: http://www.visitsealife.com/scarborough

Sea Life Scarborough
Scalby Mills Road
Scarborough
YO12 6RP

Enter the Ascarium this Halloween and meet the mystical Sea Witch in her lair! If you can help her cast the 'spell of un-locking' you will be able to open her treasure chest and share her treasure!

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Free Family LEGO Club

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Tel: 01609 534064

Email: scarborough.library@northyorks.gov.uk

Scarborough Library and Customer Service Centre
Scarborough
YO11 2NN

Come and join us and get creative with our free family LEGO club every Saturday between
12.00pm and 2.00pm.
Everyone welcome

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Metropolis

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 1:30pm to 3:00pm

Tel: 01947 602234

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/383299139284082/permalink/399344494346213/

The Royal Hotel
West Cliff
Whitby

Showing as part of the Art D'Motre dystopian themed arts exhibition fringe event of Whitby's Tomorrow's Ghost Festival - a chance to see Giorgio Moroder's 1984 special edit of Fritz Lang's 1927 silent classic with a score from artists such as Freddie Mercury, Bonnie Tyler, Pat Benatar, Adam Ant and others...

Please note - there is no charge for this screening - available seating is on a first come, first served basis. Times are Approximate.

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“Granny’s Exploding Toilet” a fun play at The Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Tel: 01723 370541

Email: tickets@sjt.com

Web: http://sjt.uk.com

STEPHEN JOSEPH THEATRE
Westborough
Scarborough
YO11 1JW

GRANNY'S EXPLODING TOILET

THE MCCARTHY • APPROX. 1HR 30MINS •

Join Sam, Gran and her pet snake as they hunt for long-lost treasure, with the law and Granny's worst enemies in hot pursuit.
Credits:
By Saviour Pirotta
Directed by Cheryl Govan
Price: Adults £10, Children £7

29 OCTOBER - 2 NOVEMBER 2019

Sam is a loser, or so everyone tells him. When his bonkers gran breaks out of prison to stop her house collapsing into the sea, Sam’s drawn into a daring adventure.

He, Gran and her pet snake hunt for long-lost treasure, with the law and Granny’s deadliest enemies – her ex-boyfriend Joe the Toe and his new girlfriend Cosy Rosy, who are after Granny’s gold – in hot pursuit.

Will they find the gold? Will they save Granny’s house, including her state-of-the-art toilet? In this hilarious comedy Sam gets the chance to prove he’s not a loser, Granny finds something awesome in the toilet and Joe discovers you should never put your hand in Granny’s handbag.

Saviour Pirotta is an award-winning children’s writer. His books include The Orchard Book of First Greek Myths, The Unicorn Prince, the Ancient Greek Mysteries series and The Golden Horsemen of Baghdad. This is his first play for the SJT.

Age guide 6+

Relaxed performance: Thursday 31 October, 2.30pm
BSL interpreted performance: Friday 1 November, 2.30pm

DATES

Tuesday 29 October 2019, 2.30pm
Wednesday 30 October 2019, 10.30am
Wednesday 30 October 2019, 2.30pm
Thursday 31 October 2019, 10.30am
Thursday 31 October 2019, 2.30pm
Friday 1 November 2019, 2.30pm
Friday 1 November 2019, 7.00pm
Saturday 2 November 2019, 2.30pm
Saturday 2 November 2019, 7.00pm

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Brilliant Bonfire Night!

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Gather round the bonfire here at Humble Bee Farm and enjoy our spectacular firework display!

If you are staying on our site, and attending the event, the price for the bonfire tickets are included in the tariff prices for the accommodation. (wigwams etc) Please note if you have a pitch booked, you will need to purchase tickets for the event on 01723 890 437 based on how many adults and children are coming.

If you are not staying on our site, and wish to attend the event, you must pre book/purchase a ticket.

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Halloween Party - Holland Cup Tour 2020 fundraising night

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Happy Futures
Cayton Low Road
Scarborough

Scarborough Athletic under 13’s are hosting a Halloween Party on Saturday 2nd November 6pm -9pm at Happy Futures Eastfield. The team are raising funds to support their trip to play in the Holland Cup Tour. Spooky fun and games and some fabulous raffle prizes.
Come along and support the boys and enjoy a fun evening

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“Granny’s Exploding Toilet” a fun play at The Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Tel: 01723 370541

Email: tickets@sjt.com

Web: http://sjt.uk.com

STEPHEN JOSEPH THEATRE
Westborough
Scarborough
YO11 1JW

GRANNY'S EXPLODING TOILET

THE MCCARTHY • APPROX. 1HR 30MINS •

Join Sam, Gran and her pet snake as they hunt for long-lost treasure, with the law and Granny's worst enemies in hot pursuit.

Credits:
By Saviour Pirotta
Directed by Cheryl Govan

Price: Adults £10, Children £7

29 OCTOBER - 2 NOVEMBER 2019

Sam is a loser, or so everyone tells him. When his bonkers gran breaks out of prison to stop her house collapsing into the sea, Sam’s drawn into a daring adventure.

He, Gran and her pet snake hunt for long-lost treasure, with the law and Granny’s deadliest enemies – her ex-boyfriend Joe the Toe and his new girlfriend Cosy Rosy, who are after Granny’s gold – in hot pursuit.

Will they find the gold? Will they save Granny’s house, including her state-of-the-art toilet? In this hilarious comedy Sam gets the chance to prove he’s not a loser, Granny finds something awesome in the toilet and Joe discovers you should never put your hand in Granny’s handbag.

Saviour Pirotta is an award-winning children’s writer. His books include The Orchard Book of First Greek Myths, The Unicorn Prince, the Ancient Greek Mysteries series and The Golden Horsemen of Baghdad. This is his first play for the SJT.

Age guide 6+

Relaxed performance: Thursday 31 October, 2.30pm
BSL interpreted performance: Friday 1 November, 2.30pm

DATES

Tuesday 29 October 2019, 2.30pm
Wednesday 30 October 2019, 10.30am
Wednesday 30 October 2019, 2.30pm
Thursday 31 October 2019, 10.30am
Thursday 31 October 2019, 2.30pm
Friday 1 November 2019, 2.30pm
Friday 1 November 2019, 7.00pm
Saturday 2 November 2019, 2.30pm
Saturday 2 November 2019, 7.00pm

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Malfundo's Ghost - Murder Mystery

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 7:00pm to 10:30pm

Tel: 01723870310

Email: marketing@coberhill.co.uk

Web: http://www.coberhill.co.uk

Cober Hill
Newlands Road
Cloughton
Scarborough
YO13 0AR

Professor Algernon Argyll has been working on a top-secret project (known only as ‘Project J’) on behalf of the Government for the last eighteen months. If successful, it would radically change the future of the world. At last, after years of speculation in science fiction stories and films, Professor Argyll is on the verge of developing x-ray spectacles which will actually work.

The significance of this developmental research cannot be understated – there will be uses for the technology in medicine, engineering and, of course, military espionage. According to a letter he has recently sent to his colleague and sponsor, Sir Jonathon Filtonby-Cruise, he is approximately three weeks away from having a working model.

Unfortunately, it would seem that somebody – or more worryingly some THING – is trying to halt his progress. Two weeks ago his assistant, Jenny, disappeared mysteriously and has not been seen since. In addition, whilst working late in his laboratory two nights ago, he heard a series of terrifying howls and laughter which scared him out of his wits. He could think of no other action other than to lock all the doors and windows of the laboratory (which is situated in an abandoned fairground as cover) and remain there all night. Investigating via the internet, he unearthed website devoted to a story about a ghost of a clown who was murdered at the fairground in 1898, and who is supposed to haunt the local area at night and who has been responsible for the disappearance of over half a dozen people over the years. He convinced himself that this must be the cause of the disappearance of Jenny and the manic laughter he could hear outside his laboratory.

Today is October 31st. The weather is awful – it has been raining since the early hours of last night and now there are rumbles of distant thunder. Professor Argyll is back down at his laboratory. At Argyll Manor, the Professor’s wife Mildred and their butler Mr Wilkins are awaiting the arrival of their houseguests.

Suddenly, the lights flicker and then go out, leaving the room in darkness. The Professor goes to turn on the lights. There is a terrifying howl, and then a mortifying ghostly laugh. Eventually Mr Wilkins puts the lights back on....and Professor Argyll is found lying dead.

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Ticket & a Tin gets you in

Saturday 2nd November, 2019 7:00pm

Tel: 07487224802

Email: cots4tots2010@gmail.com

The Hut
old railway line
goathland
YO22 5LY

This event holds a line up of amazing singers and music - All fundraising for a minimum of 4 local foodbanks x All food banks struggle at this time of year but we want to make sure they can continue helping families or people in need for so much longer x

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Soultrain night at the Cask in Scarbrough

Saturday 2nd to Sunday 3rd November, 2019, 8:30pm to 2:00am

Tel: 07977822421

Email: tizzyktf@gmail.com

Web: http://www.eastsidesoul.co.uk

Cask inn in Scarbrough
YO11 2LQ

Soultrain night at the Cask in Scarbrough get yourself down if you like Your 70s, 80s Soul & Funk as well as your classic Northern Soul, Motown, Modern & Disco, Something for everyone soulful.
The last Saturday of every month.
Starts at 8-30pm - 1-00am
£3.00 OTD.

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