Society Events 2018

Civic Society Meetings are at the Library on Vernon Road at 2.30 p.m. (unless otherwise indicated)

There is a charge of £2 per head at Society Meetings or £3 for non-members.

Thursday 6th to the 9th of September is Heritage Open Days See the Scarborough programme in our Civic News

Tuesday 11 September

John Heywood will talk about his recently published book

'Beside the Seaside - a History of Yorkshire Seaside Resorts'

John Heywood is an experienced professional family and local historian living in West Yorkshire. John takes great pleasure in being by the coast and as such, researching this book has been a real labour of love.

Friday 5th October 

12 for 12.30 for lunch at Scarborough Tech Restaurant 1909 , Filey Road

You are invited to sample the finest international cuisine from some of the UK’s most promising chefs and up-and-coming front-of house talent.

Booking form click here. For details contact Bonnie Purchon on 374634  

Tuesday 9 October

Mike Potter of Pickering Civic Society will talk about the Pickering Flood Relief Project at 2.30pm

“We cannot afford to build flood walls to protect everyone at risk, so do we leave them to flood or look for affordable alternatives? Natural Flood Management is simple, affordable and works WITH nature to Slow the Flow.

Tuesday 23 October

The annual Afternoon Tea at Columbus Hotel, 3.30pm.

A fund raising event with a quiz, a raffle and a chance to meet other members socially. Bonnie Purchon always delights members with a splendid spread to enjoy in a convivial atmosphere. A limited number of tickets at £8 each from Christine Hepworth 368913

Tuesday 13 November

Ravenscar and its People an illustrated talk by Eileen Beaumont at 2.30pm

Eileen Beaumont hails from a farming family in Ravenscar. Upon     leaving Scarborough Girls’ High School, she progressed to a career in banking. Subsequently Eileen acquired a small private hotel overlooking Peasholm Park. After many years research she has amassed a wealth of information and photographs, describing a concise social history of life in the village.

Tuesday 18 December

Christmas Coffee Morning at Red Lea Hotel admission £3.50 each