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Remember Scarborough!

An exhibition commemorating the bombardment of Scarborough at the beginning of WW1. On December 16th 1914, German warships fired...  more...

New Ground

Printmaker Hester Cox and ceramicist Charlotte Morrison source new forms of inspiration from the beautiful North York Moors. Char...  more...

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

Katniss Everdeen managed what most considered impossible; winning the Hunger Games twice, becoming a reluctant hero to the people...  more...

Aladdin

Sven Gali, Norway’s answer to Simon Cowell, is not a happy bunny. The only thing Sven needs to achieve his goal of world dominat...  more...

Chocolate Candy Cottage

Making a Chocolate Candy Cottage Come and make a Chocolate Candy cottage, this is a family session and recommended for ages 4+. Y...  more...

Forge Valley - Out & About

Forge Valley in the Autumn.Forge Valley lies near East Ayton, with its small ruined castle. The valley is one of the finest examples of mixed deciduous woodland in north-east England and the Forge Valley Woods National Nature Reserve is a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

 

The valley was formed by rushing glacial meltwater following the last ice age but is named after the iron smelting which took place there.

 

The old quarries, cut through many layers of rock, now increase the interest of this magical place as a Dinosaur Geology Trail runs through the valley.

 

Footpaths follow the young River Derwent as it bends along the valley and convenient car parks make this beautiful woodland easily accessible on foot.

 

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