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Exploring our patch and the local area...

Scalby is a pretty village situated approximately three miles north of Scarborough and is separated from the town's suburbs by the Scalby Beck, which flows to the North Sea at Scalby Mills. The older part of the village is west of the main crossroads and is focused around a small but busy High Street.

A delightful focus to the village is the church of St. Laurence's which is the oldest recorded building in the village dating back to 1150 and occupies a particularly beautiful and commanding site.

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