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Filey
North Yorkshire
The great sandy curve of Filey Bay, stretching five miles from the reef of The Brigg to the 400 ft high chalk Bempton Cliffs, attracts thousands of families every year. It has proved a popular destination since the arrival of the railway in the town in 1846 – but unlike its neighbours, Scarborough and Bridlington, it has very few amusements. Sharing the beach are the traditional cobles – fishing boats – that are towed in and out of the sea by tractor, fishing for crabs and lobsters in the bay.

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Population
7,000
Must See
Coble Landing, The Brigg, Beach, St Oswald's Church
Attractions
Filey Museum , Filey Bird Garden & Animal Park , The Beach , Coble Landing , St Oswald's Church , Crescent Gardens / Glen Gardens , Filey Country Park
Market Day
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Shops
Mostly independent stores
Live!
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Sport
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Tourist Info Centre
John Street, Filey YO14 9DW
Direct Access
Rail Station. Bus station. Central car parking.
1hr Town Walk
Overview
A walk through the old town to Coble Landing along the Promenade and back up through gardens to the town centre
Video Features
See exclusive content of a coble fishing and the Filey gansey.

Slide Show

Diary

June
Filey Festival
Filey Festival

Week long music, art and entertainment festival held at the end of June for all the family.

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