Your browser is not enabled to support scripts.
Walking in the Yorkshire Coast and Countryside
The Mayfield, Seamer
Haven
We're here to help...
Need advice on where to stay?
Call our team on 01723 383636
or email us - it's what we're here for!
Sign up to our email newsletter...
Sign up to receive our
latest news and offers!
Our latest brochures...
View or request our latest brochures
Latest Events

Lebberston Market and Car Boot Sale

Popular seasonal market & car boot sale situated between Scarborough& Filey...  more...

Autumn Exhibition - 'Drawn to the Sea'

Turnstone Gallery at Sandsend is making the most of its coastal location with its latest exhibition ‘Drawn to the Sea’. It gives...  more...

Spectrum Art Exhibition

Spectrum Art Exhibition will be held at Filey Library featuring local East Coast Artists:- Dyllis Ackroyd Carl Morris Don Micklet...  more...

Bram Stoker Film Festival

The Bram Stoker International Film Festival is now in its 6th year and has quickly expanded into one of the biggest and most uniq...  more...

She Stoops to Conquer

Town and country, old and new collide at Mr Hardcastle’s ancestral home – the shabby Liberty Hall. Confined within these provinci...  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.

 

Return to the map

Scarborough Borough Council website
Welcome to Yorkshire website