The coastal village of Runswick Bay is definitely one of my top beaches in North Yorkshire. The village is picturesque with narrow type alleyways leading you through it and onto the scenic views of the beach.
Fossil hunting is a must here as they are so easy to find and families will love finding them and exploring the rock pools.
You can also join the Cleveland Way National Trail here, which is 109 miles long
This seaside village is great for families and dog walkers. Its just off Whitby, and you can get local busses to the next town.
I took another trip to the popular seaside town of Scarborough. Instead of using a camera with a tripod the whole way, I decided to use a selfie stick and take you on a personal journey of the town.
The town has some great spots to see, from parks, to historic castles and their four lovely beaches.
The York Viking festival is well underway this week, as it celebrates the Viking history in the city.
Around the city centre, you can visit the Viking Camps, battlegrounds and learn about how they lived and invaded York.
Apparently, we owe a lot to the Vikings, from their language which is where some of York’s Street names are from, their advanced boats and the invention of the hair comb.
The week-long festival ends on a march through the town leading to the final battle.
ANight to remember is an amazing charity event which helps four charities in York, St.Leonards Hospice, Dementia Projects in York, Bereaved Children Support York & Accessible Arts & Media.
I had the opportunity to create this video from some of the great support from around the city.
Hosted by Big Ian & featuring Jess Steel, Heather Findlay, Chris Helme(ex-Seahorses), Boss Caine, Graham Hodge, Beth McCarthy, Annie D, Kieran O’Malley, These Jaded Streets and Las Vegas Ken. The show has an all star house band led by MD George Hall, featuring the songs of The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Dolly Parton, The Carpenters and Sam Smith.