• 5 Places You Need To Visit In Scarborough.

    8th May 2019 crelgey

    What to do in Scarborough, the UK’s first seaside resort. When visiting somewhere, it’s easy to fall into the tourist trap and do the normal. But imagine the potential when you decide to go off track. The adventure. The hidden gems. It’s easy to think of Scarborough as just a seaside town. It’s what tourists love about it and in some ways, it’s what the locals stay for. You can’t beat the sea air and sand under your feet. I’ve…

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  • Wellness At Alpamare, Scarborough – Ad

    17th April 2019 crelgey

    *My Spa experience was gifted by Alpamare for a review. But all love, relaxing and soft skin is my own.   Alpamare Waterpark Scarborough opened in 2016. A waterpark like no other. And a great addition to the UK’s first seaside resort. Its location, overlooking the North Sea makes its outdoor pools, especially the infinity pool that bit more special. However, bringing the Alps to Scarborough wasn’t to end there and in April 2019, Wellness at Alpamare Spa opened. Wellness…

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  • A Bonkers Evening With Mecca Bingo, Scarborough – Ad

    13th February 2019 crelgey

    I was invited to spend a Bonkers evening with Mecca, Scarborough in return for this post. However, all thoughts, use of my dabber and mummy dancing to Clubland tunes are my own.   Bingo. One of the places, until the last few years, I least expected myself to ever visit until the blue rinse stage. To be honest, after two children, I feel this is potentially something that is a lot closer than I first anticipated! But either way, I…

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  • Visiting Peasholm Park, Scarborough.

    15th July 2015 crelgey

    Peasholm Park, Scarborough. ‘Rated #6 in the UK’s Top Ten Parks by Trip Advisor Travellers Choice 2013 & 2014’   Peasholm Park, Scarborough. In 1911, land was purchased by the borough with the intention of building a park around a lake. Statues were brought in from Killerby Hall, which is now known as Flamingo Land and plants were sourced and brought from the French Riviera. It first opened its gates to the general public in June 1912 and has been…

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