Great music from Friday, 31 August to Sunday, 2 September at the Nag’s Head.
All proceeds to be donated to Martin House Hospice for Children.
The final part of the third stage of the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire passed through Scalby Village on Saturday, 5 May 2018, prior to travelling down into Scarborough, on to Filey, then back to the finish on North Bay. The riders had begun the stage that morning at Richmond.
The Fair Committee decorated bikes and put up bunting in the Tour de Yorkshire colours.
Above images courtesy Jamie Wallis
Two short videos for download.
Images and videos courtesy Jim Sloan.
The Scalby Fair Committee, at its meeting on Sunday last, confirmed that the sum raised for its nominated charity, Teenage Cancer Trust, wMany thanks to St Nicholas Masonic Lodge, Scalby Fair and Scalby Methodist for their kind donations.ould be in excess of £630.
The Committee was delighted at the amount raised, given the atrocious weather on Easter Monday, the day of the walk, and congratulated all participants once again for turning out and completing the walk.
Many thanks to St Nicholas Masonic Lodge and Scalby Methodist for their kind donations to funds for our nominated charity.
Thank you also to the ladies at Hackness Road Surgery for their £110.73 sponsorship money to the Teenage Cancer Trust for Scalby Walk!
That takes us up to £859.55!
The 59th Scalby Charity Walk took place on Easter Monday, 2 April 2018, despite the horrible weather and the Scalby Fair team is delighted to say that it was a great success with 45 entrants in the main Walk and 3 in the shorter version. Congratulations to all the participants and organisers for battling the wet and windy conditions.
We are already looking forward to the 60th anniversary of the Scalby Walk on 22 April 2019.
Winner’s Cup – 1st resident lady: Nicky Grunwell
Parker Cup – 1st resident man: Stuart Raw
Castle Cup – fastest resident lady: Nicky Grunwell
Crystal Trophy – fastest resident man: Stuart Raw
Barrie Milner Award – fastest non-resident lady: Caroline Teague
Erskin Cup – fastest non-resident man: Alan Teague
Gladys Wilson Cup – oldest resident lady: Maureen Cullingworth
Rocky Fisher Cup – oldest resident man: Brian Beaver
Peter Walton Cup – first non-resident lady: Caroline Teague
Sam Skilbeck Shield – first non-resident man: Alan Teague
Photos of the start are here.
Photos by Jim Sloan
From the Raffle by John Armistead
Prizegiving photos by Annabel Wallis