Tides are crucial…

Tides are crucial to everything that we do here at Real Staithes, be it aboard our Charter Angling boat ‘All My Sons’ or a day on the foreshore hunting for fossils or foraging for your lunch. You can listen to Sean talking to Kevin Rushby of The Guardian about tides here… We run our ‘low tide experience’ days on spring tides, these occur about every 14 days, so what this actually means is we can […]

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Lots of layers of clothing…

If you are joining us for a day on the foreshore lots of layers of clothing are best, as this is the north east coast of England after all. I did start off  with mittens as well, you can just see them peeping out of my pocket, but got to warm…:) Both coat and jumper had hoods for when the wind got to much… Wellington boots are far the best thing to wear on your […]

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Home made soup

After a morning spent on the foreshore on one of our Coastal Craft or Ancient Paint Palette Day Courses look forward to a mug of home made vegetable soup with fresh crusty bread and Tricia’s special lobster and seaweed butters. Carrot and Coriander will be next on the menu, in the style of Elizabeth David, using her method for making Potage Crécy (Carrot Soup)  from her book ‘French Provincial Cooking’. After the carrots are scraped […]

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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 @  

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