Robin Hood’s Bay

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Local Publications

Talli's Secret

Talli's Secret

by Julie Noble Julie Noble studied psychology and literature at Lancaster University. Intrigued by the Brontes she has made extensive studies before writing this book. She is married to Andy and they have five children. Cassie E… Find out More

Discovering Heather

Discovering Heather

by Philip Battersby A History of Heather Motor Services Ltd, Robin Hood’s Bay. This present work is undeniably a history of a bus company, and includes all the known details that the most avid enthusiast would seek. Nevert… Find out More

A History of Robin Hoods Bay

A History of Robin Hoods Bay

by Barrie Farnhill This book provides a fascinating account of this much-loved Yorkshire village. From the earliest times to the present day he paints a vivid picture of life in ‘Bay’ and his rich descriptions of the … Find out More

A Rum Do! and For a Keg of Good Brandy

A Rum Do! and For a Keg of Good Brandy

by Pat Labistour A Rum Do! Smuggling in and around Robin Hood's Bay: a factual study of Robin Hood's Bay's involvement in the 18th century illegal trade - illustrated with b/w and colour photos and line drawings. 96 pages soft … Find out More

Robin Hood's Bay as I have known it

Robin Hood's Bay as I have known it

by Richard Pennock As we enter a new century it is interesting to remember the previous one. We are fortunate to have a handwritten account of life in this small, yet significant, coastal village about a hundred years ago. Richar… Find out More

Robin Hood's Bay As It Was

Robin Hood's Bay As It Was

by Robin Lidster Robin Hood’s Bay, with it’s narrow streets and quaint houses, is one of the most picturesque and far-famed villages on the British coastline. Situated on the Yorkshire coast between Whitby and Scarbor… Find out More

Robin Hood's Bay Through the Eye of a Fish

Robin Hood's Bay Through the Eye of a Fish

by Denis Slee The origins of Robin Hood’s Bay are both ancient and obscure. There is no ascertained account for the mystery of the name. Some say that Robin came here to escape the sheriff’s men, others that he fired … Find out More

The Walmsley Society

The Walmsley Society

The Walmsley Society was formed in 1985 by a handful of people who derive great pleasure from the writings of Leo Walmsley and the paintings of James Ulric Walmsley and wish to share their enthusiasm with others. Membership now st… Find out More