Property: Street House Farm, Upton Hill, Boulby, near Whitby, £595,000
A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase this wonderful small-holding comprising of a main house with five bedrooms, an adjoining two bedroom holiday cottage and eight acres of land all surrounded by rural views stretching far into the distance.
Who’d have thought that a Teddy Bears’ picnic, complete with magician, giant chess board and table tennis – all outdoors in the scorching sun – would have provided the inspiration for a dining out review?
View from the Zoo: Replicating a lion’s natural behaviour
At Flamingo Land we have a pride of nine African lions. As they are carnivores they receive a meaty feast usually two or three times a week. By gorging on a large amount of food it results in them not needing to eat again for a few days. This is how they would naturally feed in the wild, therefore we are trying to replicate their natural behaviour as closely as we can. However, it is discouraged to feed carnivores live prey within UK zoos, therefore we are unable to provide them with the ability to hunt like they would in the wild.
A key part of everyday life is communication – we receive and send information constantly throughout the day, whether it is reading for pleasure or work, chatting to someone, looking on the internet and so on.
Flamborough village is only about three miles north east of Bridlington and has always seemed to me like a second home. With its remains of a castle, a medieval fortified manor house and quaint pubs, it alone has much to offer. However, take the B1255 North Marine Road out of the village to seek Flamborough’s coastline and impressive headland.
Exhibit: Whitby Wizard conjures up show of 50 paintings
The Norwegian former teacher, arctic meteorologist and air taxi pilot Dag “Wizard” Kjelldahl from Oslo took his first course in traditional oil painting at Oslo University when he was only 12 years old.