whether you are looking for a special gift or looking to add to your collection you will find it at Scarborough Market & Vaults Antiques and Collectable fair. table top sales plus antique shops, something for everyone.
Scarborough Market Hall & Vaults
St Helens Square
May is National Crime Reading Month organised by the Crime Writers’ Association.
Bill Kitson, creator of the DI Mike Nash thrillers and the Eden House mysteries, will be talking to readers, and potential readers, about his work as a crime writer.
3-acre garden created over the last 35 yrs from exposed open field, on top of Yorkshire Wolds nr coast. Hedges and fences now provide shelter from wind, making series of gardens with yr-round interest and seasonal highlights.
A popular National Garden Scheme ‘Yellow Book’ garden that is home to an award winning brewery is opening for the 24th consecutive year on 2nd and 3rd June.
Entry costs £5 for adults and is free for children.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at our Wedding Open Evening on Monday 4th June from 6 pm till 8 pm. There will be lots of fantastic exhibitors, friendly chat and of course the bar will be open!
Take up the treasure hunt challenge on this fun outdoors activity for all ages. In partnership with the North York Moors National Park Authority. Hire a GPS unit to search for hidden boxes and clues on a 1.5mile trail. 20 deposit plus proof of ID required. For further information call 01439 772738. Booking Not Needed.
Woodland and watery adventures with East Barnby Outdoor Education Centre. Learn bushcraft in the woods, build a den and make some wild art. After lunch you’ll be crawling through boulders, climbing small waterfalls and crossing rivers - you’re guaranteed to get wet. Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 249 1895.
Help rangers discover more about the small mammals living in the woods at Hayburn Wyke. Lend a hand to collect vital information about voles, shrews and wood mice. A rare opportunity to see these shy and elusive species at close quarters and learn survey techniques and fascinating facts along the way.
Search the rock pools with a ranger. Learn about the creatures that inhabit the nooks and crannies of our coastline; amazing anemones, crazy crabs, funny fish, slimy seaweed and lots more. Booking Essential. Phone: 01723 870 423. Suitable for children aged 4 and up. Dogs on leads welcome.
Mini-beast safari with a ranger. Wander through the countryside with a ranger looking for bugs and beetles. You can tick off some adventures from the 50 things to do before you’re 11 list too. Booking Essential. Phone: 01723 870 423. Suitable for children aged 5 and over, must be accompanied by an adult.
A leisurely guided walk exploring how centuries of human activity have shaped the coastal landscape. Join a Ranger to look at the fascinating features which tell the story of Ravenscar’s industrial history. Booking Essential. Phone: 01723 870 423. Children welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
Join a ranger for a walk in the woods. Find out out how the National Trust looks after the coastal woodland of Hayburn Wyke, its flora, fauna, landscape and features. From battling invasive species to working with volunteers to improve access so that visitors can enjoy this special place. Free. Booking Essential.
Plantswoman’s cottage garden of much interest with many choice and unusual plants. Hellebores and bulbs are treats for colder months. Old-fashioned roses, fragrant perennials, herbs and wild flowers, all grown together provide habitat for birds, bees, butterflies and small mammals.
2 acre garden with stunning views of the Vale of Pickering. Walled garden with mixed borders, numerous old shrub roses underplanted with unusual perennials. Woodland paths lead to further shrub and perennial borders. Lime avenue with wild flower meadow.
Secluded cottage garden with colour-themed borders surrounding neat lawns. Grass and paved paths lead to formal and informal areas through rose and clematis covered pergolas and arbours. Box hedging defines well stocked borders with roses, herbaceous plants and trees. Seating in sun and shade offer vistas and views.
Badapple Theatre Company is celebrating 20 years on the road and to mark the milestone, it is re-presenting the first show the Company ever toured with. ’Amy Johnson’ will tour nationally starting in Yorkshire, travelling down through the Midlands, Surrey, Gloucestershire and finally Somerset.
A village garden with many interesting features supported by planting for year round interest. Mixed borders and beds create a cottage garden feel at the front, whilst the rear boasts alpines presented in a variety of ways, including troughs, crevice rockery and a greenhouse display of Lewisia.
The Charity concert is to given by Tasmin Little OBE - one of the top international violinists. The concert is being hosted by the Church to support the work of the East Riding Stroke Team and Yorkshire Cancer Research
St John’s Burlington Methodist Church, St John Street, Bridlington
A ¾ acre suburban garden bordered by mature trees and stream. Structure is provided by numerous yew and box topiary, a pergola and sculptures all created by and maintained by the owner. Something for everyone; lawns with island beds, mixed shrubs, fruit trees and herbaceous borders ensure year round interest.
Hidden away off the main street in Kirkbymoorside is a romantic cottage garden. Now fully matured it offers a sunny circular gravel garden, lawns with island beds planted with mixed shrubs and border perennials . Gravel pathway leads to a brick garden, informal pond, bog garden and colourful herbaceous border.
Come and explore the natural world; meet local wildlife rescue and rehabilitation organisations and get hands on with bird box making and bug hunting. You can get even closer with animals from the Lion Learners animal encounters. Booking Not Needed.
Join the conservation team on a rare tour to see what goes on behind closed doors. As well as exploring unseen rooms and items from the collection, the team will be sharing their top tips and answering questions. Booking Not Needed.
Experience a sculpture trail through the woodland by wood sculptor and chainsaw artist Simon Archer, who has created unique artworks from dead or fallen trees. Booking Not Needed. Dogs on leads welcome.
Two contrasting gardens offering different approaches to gardening style - 6 All Saints is an eclectic ’maze-like’ garden with a mix of contemporary and cottage garden features; hidden corners, water features and pond. Wayside has interesting planting in different areas of the garden.
Wildlife haven on the highest point of the Holderness Plain. Steps leading to patio, lawn with borders and small pond. Archway to henhouse and willow windbreaks surrounded by too many trees and plants to list.Twisting pathways to the sleep house and secret garden.
This workshop is aimed at the beginner with little or no experience of working with metal clay. During the day you will be guided through the step by step techniques of handling, shaping, forming and adding texture with all the essential techniques to achieve a professional finish to your work.
Craftworx Studio, Calf House Studios, Cold Harbour Farm, Bishop Burton
Home of C18 author Laurence Sterne. 2 walled gardens, 1 acre of unusual perennials interplanted with tulips and old roses in low walled beds. In old quarry, another acre of trees, shrubs, bulbs, climbers and wild flowers encouraging wildlife, incl. over 420 recorded species of moths.
Home of the world renowned flower arranger George Smith, this 3 acre garden reflects his painterly style of planting. Sub-divided by mellow walls it abounds with many surprises as each area is colour themed featuring herbaceous perennials, especially hostas and ferns.
Join a small group for an exclusive 45 minute tour to learn more about Frank Green and his special gift of Treasurer’s House to the National Trust - the first to be gifted complete with its collection.
Play games outdoors and enjoy trails and fun for all the family this half-term holidays. Plan a day out and explore the house too, join a tour and try the seasonal menu in the cafe, or drop in between other places to visit when you’re in York city centre. Booking Not Needed.
Mini Tanks At William’s Den!
Tank Heroes are a team of dedicated people, providing the ultimate off road entertainment experience for children and they are available for you and your family to add to your day at The Den on Friday 1st June.