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Whitby

(ˈwɪtbɪ)
n
(Placename) a fishing port and resort in NE England, in E North Yorkshire at the mouth of the River Esk: an important ecclesiastical centre in Anglo-Saxon times; site of an abbey founded in 656. Pop: 13 594 (2001). See also Synod of Whitby
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MARINA View ref 941000, Whitby, North Yorkshire - now PS356, save PS79.
Mark Arries, 26, and Edward Ide, 21, were found dead on the Eshcol as it was moored in Whitby, North Yorkshire, after a fishing trip in January 2014.
The new harbour facilities in Teesside will be the export facility for polyhalite to be mined from a new mine to be constructed near Whitby, North Yorkshire which will be linked to the material handling facility by way of a 37km long tunnel.
Trenchers Restaurant in Whitby, North Yorkshire, is the favourite at 2-1.
Mrs Harvey, of Whitby, North Yorkshire, said: "I was frightened to bring my three-year-old daughter Olivia there.
Estella Harrowing from Whitby, North Yorkshire took third with her mother Wendy's eight-year-old piebald gelding, Dereks Choice after they secured their double clear in 36.
The boy and his parents were then able to enjoy themelves on the beach at Sandsend, Whitby, North Yorkshire.
THE 125th Egton Horse & Agricultural Show will be held on Wednesday at Egton, Near Whitby, North Yorkshire.
Frank Graves was born on June 9, 1929, in Whitby, North Yorkshire, where he spent his early years.
A series of landslips over the past two months have dislodged banks of earth containing human remains from graves at St Mary's in Whitby, North Yorkshire - a church with connections to the Dracula story.
He begins his culinary odyssey in the coastal town of Whitby, North Yorkshire, where he helps local trawlermen net the catch of the day before having his version of traditional fish, chips and mushy peas judged by two experts.
James Allen, 36, savagely attacked 81-year-old Colin Dunford in his Middlesbrough terrace home, before stabbing Julie Davison, 50, to death at her flat in Whitby, North Yorkshire three days later .