We went here instead of cruising on the narrowboat

Wainwright's Bar

Robin Hood's Bay

Been going to the bay since student days; many happy hours walking the beaches and cliff paths, and drinking in The Laurel. My strongest memories are of being carefree between student and junior doctor, wondering what the future held for us all. 45 years later and there is no point in wondering any more.

Scarborough Harbour. My pal got confused in the sandwich shop; a questionnaire on the wall, the answers to which was your order. He finished with sausage and ice cream in a brown baguette. I lost and found my glasses. Breakfast in the greasy spoon on the harbour side.
A trawlerman with his memories?

The Golden Ball - nice balcony seats if you can find a free one

Why is the Tardis on the foreshore? It doesn't go anywhere and nobody goes in it.

South Bay with new Lifeboat Station.

Memory man is still outside the greasy spoon

Why do boys love enclosed spaces?

Another new Tom Ashworth title from Shalliley Books

Tom Ashworth's latest WW1 book, about Holmfirth and 1916, with special reference to The Somme.
Includes new photographs of youngsters who died overseas.
Essential reading for all WW1 followers.

Book Launch: 14th December, New Mill Club, 7.30pm

Two new titles from Shalliley Books

The story of a journey round Britain in a preserved fishing boat.
ISBN  9780956981448


Dave Hale's tribute to his dad: miner, gardener, fisherman, walker, dad, husband and writer.
ISBN 9780956981462