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More from Bempton Cliffs

Sorry about the short post yesterday, but I was a bit tired by the time we got home. At just over two hours each way it was a longish trip, but worth it because of the quality of the paths and views of the birds. 284 more words

Bird Watching

Filey, North Yorkshire

If you enjoy a quieter seaside town in North Yorkshire, Well Filey might be for you. It has over five miles of beach and there is such a lot of things to discover. 125 more words

Loudhailer Sunday Afternoon at Filey Folk Festival

Back from a fabulous Loudhailer Seaside Special weekend at Filey Folk Festival.  Big thanks to everyone who came along, we had wonderful performances with magic moments throughout the weekend and terrific audiences. 198 more words

Loudhailer Acoustic

Butlin Holiday Picture

Although not walkies, Butlin Holiday Pictures have a similar casual feel about them and the system operated in much the same way. Butlin’s allowed (and employed) photographers to work on their sites to snap visitors during their holidays, and you could then pick up a postcard print from the site photo booth later.  226 more words

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Filey Brigg

The end of a promontory, 1.5km long, protruding into the North Sea. The headland, Carr Naze, has attracted humans for thousands of years. Prehistoric flint tools have been found and the remains of a Roman watchtower. 34 more words

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All Aboard for Filey Folk Festival

We are delighted to be hosting our stage at Filey Folk Festival again this year – at Filey Masonic Hall, 27 Rutland Street, YO14 9JA – on Saturday and Sunday April 29th and 30th (the early May bank holiday weekend). 584 more words

Loudhailer Acoustic

There was an Old Person of Filey

April 8, 2017

Saturday dawned bright and sunny, a perfect day for an early season visit to the seaside.  So we set out from York, accompanied and assisted by Jonathan and Gina. 167 more words

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