a day in the life

North York Moors National Parks Hidden Valleys

  Four films – many stories. See the North York Moors area through the eyes of the people who really know it! The first film features the Heritage Coast and Real Staithes…. The second film features the ‘Hidden Valleys’. ’The third film featuring the Forest and Woods of the area. The fourth features  the North York Moors & Howardian Hills.   Featuring:   North Yorkshire Moors Railway Hawnby Tea Rooms White Horse Farm Inn, Rosedale […]

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North Yorkshire & Cleveland Heritage Coast Film

Four films – many stories. See the North York Moors area through the eyes of the people who really know it! The first film features the Heritage Coast and Real Staithes…. The second film features the ‘Hidden Valleys. ’The third film featuring the Forest and Woods of the area. The fourth features  the North York Moors & Howardian Hills.     Featuring: Captain Cook Inn, Staithes Flow Surf School, Saltburn-by-the-Sea The Men of Staithes Choir […]

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BBC CountryFile

  The village of Staithes has seen film crews all over the place this week, this time it was for the BBC programme Countryfile. The picture shows Sean talking to Ellie Harrison, you can see more on Sunday 8th September, on BBC 1 at 19.00. Read what the BBC Official Countryfile Magazine has to say about Real Staithes, here you can read about our Ancient Paint Palette Day Course & here we are listed in […]

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Misty morning in Staithes

          Staithes under the fog…  taken from Boulby looking towards Staithes… at about 8am. Staithes Harbour…  taken about 15 minutes later. Looks like we might see some sunshine today, the sea has still got a bit of a swell running though.                                            

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48 hours in pictures…

early morning on Tuesday 14th May 2013 about an hour before sunset on Tuesday 14th May 2013 this  shows the rock fall on the end of Cowbar Nab & the Kittiwake Colony can you see the face on the corner of Cowbar Nab..? looking over Staithes Harbour about an hour before sunset on Tuesday 14th May 2013 early morning on Wednesday 15th May 2013 what a change…! evening on Wednesday 15th May 2013, while the […]

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National Walking Month – May 2013

Just discovered that May has been declared  ‘National Walking Month’ by Living Streets, what or who is Living Streets…?  Well to quote their about page…. “Do you love your street? So do we. We want to work with you to make the streets you live, work, shop and play in safe, attractive and enjoyable spaces. We’ve been doing just that, since 1929. We are all pedestrians, and our streets are the one public space we […]

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No. 1 in Coast Magazine – June edition

Coast Magazine has placed us at number one on their  “ten things to do this month”  thanks so much Coast for including us, we really appreciate it…:) Our next Coastal Craft Day Course is on Monday 27th May while our next Ancient Paint Palette Day Course is on Wednesday 26th June. Do get in touch if you’re interested, you can contact us by phone 01947 840278 or email sean @ realstaithes.com  

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Fulmar

The fulmars may have given up with this awful weather. They had started to pair up and stake their claims on their nesting sites, little caves, rocky ledges or under overhangs, but even they appear to have gone back to sea.  While, like all of us, waiting for this weather to break. Fulmars, fulmarus glacialis, are to be found at sea except when breeding, they are actually related to the albatross. It nests in colonies […]

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Curlew

The Curlew, numenius arquate, is the largest wader in Europe.  It’s easily recognised by it’s very long, downward curved bill as well as it’s distinctive voice.   The curlew’s call is a pure ringing sound,  ‘cour-li’ ‘crwee’ or ‘croo-ee’,  it’s a loud slow delivery with a long bubbling trill. The curlew can be found all round the UK’s coastline in the winter months but it heads inland during late March early April to breed. Typical […]

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