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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu 4 Week Beginner Course

Thursday 21st March, 2019 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Tel: 07478710873

Barons Fitness. Scarborough Rugby Club

Facebook Event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1164616057047109/?ti=ia

Introductory course to one of the greatest Martial Arts of our lifetime.

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South Scarborough Acupuncture - Open Evening

Thursday 21st March, 2019 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Tel: 07865 593972

Email: sara@southscarboroughacupuncture.co.uk

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

9 Osgodby Close
Osgodby
Scarborough
YO11 3JW

This free evening event gives you the chance to drop in to our clinic after work, without any advance booking. Have a no-obligation chat with us to find out how acupuncture can help you to better health. Bring a friend for moral support if you prefer, the more the merrier.

If you're nervous of needles, you can learn about the other treatment options that we offer, including acupressure massage, cupping and ear seeds.

If you are currently putting up with: headaches, premenstrual syndrome, aches and pains, menopausal symptoms ... or you simply feel run down - then come along and find out how we can make life more comfortable for you.

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Ukulele/Banjolele music night

Thursday 21st March, 2019 7:30pm to 10:00pm

Tel: 07919364333

Email: derekrobinson695@btinternet.com

Whitby Rugby Club (White Leys Whitby)
YO21 3NU

At the Whitby Rugby club starting at 7.30pm on Thursday the 8th November and then weekly from there on. The club will be known as The Jukebox Ukes and will be open to all , there will be a choice of songs projected onto a screen on the wall so all will be able to follow. So don’t forget your Ukes.

The aim of the club is to allow people of all ages to enjoy their music in a group environment and hopefully learn from each other, so come along if you are both an experienced player, a beginner or anywhere in between.
This is a new venture so we hope it will grow so please come along on Thursday the 8th.


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MIdweek Quiz and Games

Thursday 21st March, 2019 8:45pm to 11:30pm

Tel: 07767734928

Email: andy@joe90.net

Bonhommes Bar
Royal Crescent Court
The Crescent
Filey
YO14 9JH

FREE Quiz with a gallon of beer prize. Play £1 games Battleship Bingo, Play Your Cards Right, Pop Bingo, Bingo and Hoy. Free supper.

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Magical March

Friday 22nd to Saturday 23rd March, 2019

Tel: 01723 870353

Email: enquiries@ravenhall.co.uk

Web: https://www.ravenhall.co.uk/events

Raven Hall Hotel
YO13 0ET

Arrive Friday to be greeted with tea/coffee and cake of the day.

Take dinner at leisure in our Panorama Restaurant, and breakfast the following morning.

Enjoy the panoramic scenery and grounds of the hotel or a leisurely stroll, or visit the Yorkshire Moors or the local towns of Scarborough or Whitby close by.

On Saturday, relax in the bar with a complimentary aperitif before a magical dinner in the Panorama Restaurant, with mesmerising table magic with the sensational Mark Waddington.

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Great British Spring Clean (Keep Britain Tidy)

Friday 22nd March, 2019 11:00am to 12:00pm

Email: whitbybeachsweep@gmail.com

Please meet in front of Arnold Palmer Putting Course
north promenade
Whitby.

Whitby Beach Sweep invite you to join us for the Great British Spring Clean inspired by Keep Britain Tidy. Over the course of a month Keep Britain Tidy are encouraging individuals and groups to hold their own clean up wherever they may be. We have decided our March Clean will be involved in this initiative and we have registered the beach clean on their website, we will hopefully reach a wider audience by doing so and perhaps meet some new volunteers whilst we are at it!

Things will run as normal like previous cleans so please meet in front of the Arnold Palmer Putting Course on North Promenade, Whitby. Friday 22nd March at 11am. We will then cover the zig zags down to the beach and walk along to the pier. The clean usually takes about 1 hour.

We will have gloves to borrow and bags to use for rubbish and recycling. However if you would like a litter picker we recommend bringing your own as our supplies are running low as not all equipment has been returned at the end of the beach cleans. It is really important that anything borrowed is given back please, we run on donations and we have very limited money to keep replacing stock. We strongly advise investing in a pair of gloves and litter pick, this would be a great help. We encourage reusable bags or containers to help cut down on plastic bags being used.

La Rosa are kindly providing drinks for all volunteers after the beach clean, this is a great opportunity to catch up on what you’ve found and any problem areas you’ve come across.

We will be using both #whitbybeachsweep and #GBSpringclean for any social media shares and pictures uploaded so we can connect both locally and nationally.

Due to the colder weather creeping in and unpredictable forecasts please check the morning of the event that the beach sweep is still going ahead, as cancellation is possible.

Please can you ensure that you are dressed correctly for this event. Waterproofs, good footwear, sun cream are all things to consider.

*Please be careful of the tide at all times and beware of the cliffs. Do not walk directly under the cliff face or try to scale them due to loose falling rocks. Your safety is most important.*

Disclaimer; all participants attend at their own risk. You are responsible for your own health and safety. The tools you use at your own risk.
All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Parents leave their children at the beach clean at their own risk. SAS staff/ reps/volunteer beach clean organisers have no child care provision and are in no way accountable for juveniles (or adults) attending this event.
Anyone bringing animals to the event do so at their own risk and are solely responsible for looking after the animal and ensuing it’s safe behaviour. Please ensure you check restrictions for dogs on this beach.

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Home education - Beach school

Friday 22nd March, 2019 11:00am to 1:00pm

Tel: 01262 422103

Email: livingseas@ywt.org.uk

Web: http://www.ywt.org.uk

Living Seas Centre
South Sea Road (South)
Flamborough
YO15 1AE

Our beach school sessions are a great way to meet other children and explore the natural world in a safe, fun and loose way. There will be a variety of activities that the children will help to create and design with fully trained staff on our fantastic beach.

Booking is essential via www.ywt.org.uk/events

£5 per child YWT-member; £7 per child non-member. Accompanying adults FREE.

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Free Drop In, Consultation, Reiki Healing

Friday 22nd March, 2019 12:00pm to 3:00pm

Tel: 07527535838

Email: purpleriverhealing@gmail.com

Unit 1
Yorkshire Coast Enterprise Centre
Aubrough Street
Scarborough
YO11 1HT

Fridays 12-3 pm
Reiki Healing, is a form of energy healing, that can help with physical, mental and emotional problems, by clearing blocked energy points on your body. The drop in is so that people can come and have a chat and a taster session to see if this would help with any of their problems. I have seen significant results in clients with rheumatism, arthritis, back pain, migraines and chronic conditions such as Fibromyalgia. Come and see if we can help you.

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Exploring Printmaking Techniques

Friday 22nd March, 2019 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Tel: 0300 303 3464

Email: yhnortheast@wea.org.uk

Web: https://www.wea.org.uk/

St James Arts Centre/Parish Hall
St. James Community Art Centre
24 Seamer Road
SCARBOROUGH
YO12 4DT

Get to grips with a variety of print-making processes, many of which can be replicated at home without a press. Also, get hands-on experience of using a press to explore a wide range of printmaking and image making techniques. Including lino cutting: single and multiple colour printing, using the reduction technique, covering plate registration, mono-printing, multi-coloured dry-point etching. Have a go at expressing your ideas visually, and, with expert guidance, draw, transfer and design your own printing plates. The course will also introduce students to the work and techniques of many contemporary print makers!

Cost -£42

To enrol online please visit: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2018/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3674617or contact our support centre on 0300 303 3464

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Live Band: The Hummingbirds

Friday 22nd March, 2019 9:00pm to 11:59pm

Tel: 01723 863160

Email: info@themayfieldseamer.co.uk

Web: http://themayfieldseamer.co.uk

The Mayfield Seamer
YO12 4RF

Songs of Change, Peace and Protest

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 10:30am to 4:30pm

Tel: 07717738243

Email: beepjc@gmail.com

Web: https://beepjc.wordpress.com

South Cliff Methodist Hall
Esplanade Gdns Scarborough
YO11 2SF
YO11 2SF

One-day Acapella Singing workshop with Jenny Goodman and Bridget Cousins
Come learn some inspiring songs and sing your heart out!
£25 per person, bring lunch
Then take part in an evening concert in aid of Amnesty International (see separate billing)
No need to read music, all welcome

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Singing Workshop and concert in aid of Amnesty international

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 10:30am to 9:15pm

Tel: 07717738243

Email: beepjc@gmail.com

South Cliff Methodist Hall and Church
Esplanade Gardens Scarborough
YO11 2SF

Singing workshop run by Bridget Cousins and Jenny Goodman-National Voice Practitioners -March 23rd 2019 10.30-16.30.Learn and sing stirring songs of peace,change and protest.All welcome.No need to be music reader.All will be taught by ear.Perform at evening concert.
Booking essential .£25 per person including concert.Bring own lunch.Hot drinks provided.
Concert in aid of Amnesty International 19.15-21.15 £5

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Jumble Sale

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 2:00pm to 3:30pm

Tel: 01947 840343

Email: christineprudom@btconnect.com

St Hilda's Old School
Hinderwell
TS13 5JH

A Jumble Sale will take Place on Saturday 23rd March 2 - 3 30pm in St Hilda's Old School Hinderwell. It will include a raffle, cake stall., Bric a Brac, nearly new clothes, Book Stall and various other stalls. proceeds to St Hilda's Church Restoration Fund. All welcome.

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The Family Silver - Murder Mystery Evening

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 7:00pm to 10:30pm

Tel: 01723870310

Email: enquiries@coberhill.co.uk

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

Cober Hill
Newlands Road
Cloughton
Scarborough
YO13 0AR

Murder mystery evening set at the filming of a TV antiques show.

“The Family Silver”, hosted by Hugo Firth, is a hugely popular daytime TV series which follows in the tried and tested footsteps of shows like “Bargain Hunt”, “Cash in the Attic” and “Real Deal”. The format of the show is that contestants bring in their family heirlooms to be appraised by the three resident experts on the show. This panel of experts have free rein to be as disparaging, or indeed downright rude, about the antiques presented to them. However, should a ‘worthwhile’ piece be brought in, then all three experts then take part in a closed auction, budding against each other. The winning bidder takes ownership of the item, paying his or her own money to the contestant, so long as an independent valuation of the asset has at least been met, if not exceeded.

TV audiences love the rudeness of the three resident panellists. The show combines familiar elements of popular shows such as X-Factor and Dragons’ Den, and the three panellists are now in demand with chat shows and magazines, and are fast becoming popular celebrities in their own right. There are now talks taking place to sell the format to the lucrative American market.

Today sees yet another episode of the programme being filmed in the sleepy village of Mellingham. The three panellists, Terry Tallboys, Anne McQueen and Lawrence Chippendale are here, as well as Hugo Firth. Also present are the producer of the show (Percy Laine) and the show’s researcher Tifanny Glass.

Today’s episode is being filmed at a lovely country house hotel in the village. The three panellists are in place, seated behind a long table topped with a white cloth. Each contestant brings their item up in the hope of hearing that their item is some long-lost masterpiece. In most cases, however, they are hideously ridiculed by one or more of the panellists. Percy Laine and Hugo Firth are trying hard to keep the members of the public under some sort of control. Contestants bring a range of pieces up, but the judges are clearly unimpressed.

Then, a member of the public comes forward, a small parcel under her arm wrapped in brown paper and string. Miss Pearl Ware has brought along a little oil painting by an unidentified artist, believed by the experts to have been painted in the early 1940s. She explains to Hugo Firth that she inherited the painting from her mother, who had been born in Germany and smuggled it out when she left the country in 1939, just before war broke out. It hung first on her mother’s bedroom wall, and then her own, since then.

The panellists are intrigued. All admit that the painting is somewhat naive in style, but given its provenance they may be interested in bidding for it. The host takes the painting, and returns a couple of minutes later with the independent valuation in an envelope. He announces that the auction will commence...the three panellists will take part, and the winning bidder will become the legal owner after paying the contestant their money – so long as it meets or exceeds the valuation in the envelope, which is only opened after the auction.

The auction starts, and the three judges begin bidding slowly against each other...

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Songs of Change, Peace and Protest Concert

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 7:30pm to 9:15pm

Tel: +447717738243

Email: beepjc@gmail.com

Web: https://beepjc.wordpress.com

South Cliff Methodist church
Filey Rd Scarborough YO11 2SF
YO11 3AY

23 March, 7.30 pm : A concert in aid of Amnesty International featuring local choirs and musicians including Funky Choir, Singing for Health and Global Voices.
Tickets on the door, £5

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Songs of Change, Peace and Protest Concert

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 7:30pm to 9:25pm

Tel: 07717738243

Email: beepjc@gmail.com

Web: https://beepjc.wordpress.com

South Cliff Methodist Church
Filey Rd
Scarborough
YO11 2SF

A concert in aid of Amnesty International
Stirring songs to rouse the heart and change the world!
Featuring : the Workshop choir (see separate workshop event)
Funky Choir, Global Voices, Singing for Health and other guests
Tickets £5

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The Brother Brothers at Woodend Gallery in Scarborough

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 7:30pm to 9:45pm

Tel: 07808871118

Email: christopherlee218@yahoo.co.uk

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

Woodend Gallery
Scarborough
March 23rd
7.30pm
YO14 9DS

Identical twins from Brooklyn pay a second visit to Scarborough.
Described as carrying the folk tradition for a new generation their stunning songcraft blends gentle guitar, cello and 5 string fiddle with the sublime 2 part harmonies only brothers can carry.

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The Sonics Rock n Roll band play the Old Ship on Old Town

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 9:00pm to 11:30pm

Tel: 07788455742

Email: jordan.c.a@outlook.com

Web: https://www.facebook.com/TheSonicsRocknRoll/

The Old Ship Inn on St Johns Street
Bridlington.

The Sonics will be rolling out their magical Rock n Roll time machine this Saturday night and cruising by the Old Ship Inn on the Old Town to wind back the hands of time.
Come on down for a night of good times and great oldies with hits from The Beatles to The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys to Elvis and many more.

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GUILTY AS CHARGED at the BUCCANEER

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 9:00pm to 11:30pm

Tel: 07773 231637

Email: brianjacksondrummer@gmail.com

The Buccaneer
10 Union Street
Filey
YO14 9DZ

5 Pc band . Female main singer with a fabulous voice,
Playing a very wide range of material :
From Amy Winehouse and Eva Cassidy to Anastacia,Chrissie Hinde, Eric Clapton, Dire Straits,Pink,Queen,Scorpions and Survivor . With just about everything in between. So come and join us for a great party night at the Buccaneer. P.S. dont't forget your dancing shoes !
See you there !

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Press Release Make Way for Spring with an All New Course from Scarborough WEA! As the evenings get

Sunday 24th March, 2019 11:00am to 3:00pm

Tel: 01723 890437

Email: info@humblebeefarm.co.uk

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

Flixton
Scarborough
YO11 3UJ

There is a rare opportunity to meet some new-born lambs - and maybe some calves - this spring at Humble Bee Farm!

The award-winning location near Flixton is a working farm offering glamping, camping and holiday cottages and will host a Lambing and Calving Open Day on Sunday 24th March 2019.

There will be two opportunities to visit the lambing barn and hear farmer John Warters, known as Farmer Percy, describe how busy lambing season can be.

Guests can book online for either an 11am slot or a 2pm slot with a ticket price of just £2.50 per person (plus small booking fee). Places are limited.

Julia Warters, co-owner of Humble Bee Farm, said: “Lambing and calving is one of our busiest times of year here at Humble Bee.

“We are very much looking forward to welcoming visitors to our farm for this rare opportunity to learn about a key time in the farming year.

“We will also give visitors the chance to see our glamping accommodation and we also have a small children’s play area.

“This event is part of our ongoing commitment to offering one of the best experiences for visitors to our site.”

The day will also include a chance to explore the Nature Trail, visit some lambs in a petting area, enjoy a Q&A session and complete a themed quiz sheet. Hot drinks will be available to purchase during the event.

Guests can book via the Eventbrite website https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lambing-calving-at-humble-bee-farm-tickets

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