Hunmanby Village Facilities, 

Due to the Current Situation, community buildings are closed. Please see the What's On in Hunmanby  for details of Hunmanby Hall Golf & Leisure which change on Friday 15th May 2020  

Most local shops are family run concerns aiming to maintain a service to the community within Government guidelines. The staff who work in shops are on one of the many 'front lines' aiming to continue to serve their community.  This webpage aims to keep up to date with the latest changes. Links have been provided to websites and facebook of the local traders to help further.

Please respect Government Advice on social distancing. If you are able, please avoid busy times of day when queues may form, especially at the Coop. Several shops are offering home deliveries to those who are housebound and at risk. 


 Photo: Yorkshire Air Ambulance volunteers are part of the hundreds of younger, local people helping with deliveries in the local area helping to ensure vulnerable residents can stay safe at home. A friendly service in these difficult times.

Further details Hunmanby Support Group Facebook Page

Mind, YMCA, Age UK, Scarborough Borough Council, North Yorkshire County Council and the NHS have worked together to produce help, advice, and support for local people during the current situation. The webpage link below is a great resource. Including a wider range of organisations supporting residents with deliveries.

Link to Age UK befriending Webpage  

Filey Lions Club

On 24th March Filey Lions Club started a 7 day a week service for residents to do their shopping, collect and deliver prescriptions and offer reassurance. Filey Lions mainly do this in Filey but they do also cover the wider area including Hunmanby.  The helpline number is 07493 475865. The help is aimed at the housebound, vulnerable or self isolating families. To date Wednesday 13th May 2020, Filey Lions have carried out 640 tasks on behalf of our community.

Filey Lions recently provided PPE for Pinfold Lodge and Hazelgarth homes in Hunmanby and are trying currently to source face masks for Hunmanby surgery.  

As Filey Lions deliver shopping they are also handing out the 'Operation Cracker' booklets to local residents and these are very well received.

Further details from Filey Lions Webpage

or Filey Lions Facebook 


 Our Doctors Surgery

Hunmanby Doctors Surgery Tel 01723 890280

Hungate Lane 

Due to the current situation For opening times please check this link to Hunmanby Surgery Website

and this link to  Hunmanby Surgery Facebook

Please also read this link to regarding the new buzzer system in operation due to the current situation 

link to new buzzer system page 

Updated Saturday 28th March 2020 

(the section below shows our village facilities prior to the current situation. Normally in March and April the village centre would be a hive of activity with the holiday accommodation starting to get busy as Spring is in the air. The Yorkshire Coast relies very heavily on Tourism. Village traders are doing their best to support the village community, in these uncertain times. 

If you are visiting Hunmanby, the village has a great range of independent trader. There are 2 churches, (and a community café run by All Saints Church) a Post Office, a Community Centre, and a Super Mobile Library calls at the village fortnightly. 

Health Care, Hunmanby has a Doctors Surgery, Opticians, Dentist, and Boots Chemist

The village has a Solicitors and two Funeral Directors.

The village is more than the main High Street (Bridlington Street) The Industrial Estate, the first developed by a Parish Council in the country (Hunmanby) 3 decades ago, now provides work for over 350 people. This includes Humprenco Engineering and  Deep Sea, sites employing over 100 people.   Yorkshire's First Whisky Distillery is also based there.

The village is proud of its history, but it also forward looking, providing work for many people. The traders in the village are very generous in the support they give to community groups. 


Cross Hill, in summer looking towards Denmark House and the Cottage Inn

Over 4,000 people are registered at Hunmanby doctors surgery. For many years the Hunmanby practice has been treating high levels of chronic illness.

This is the link to 

the quality and outcomes framework for Hunmanby Surgery

shows these high levels.

Please ensure social distancing. 

Many of the people using the village shops, will either

be taking food and supplies to those who are being asked to stay at home, 

or they are caring for vulnerable residents 

or another member of their household who is at risk 


North Yorkshire Police Helpful Advice

The link below is to Filey & Eastfield Neighbourhood Team covering Hunmanby, who have produced useful advice Operation Cracker – promoting health and safety in Hunmanby, Filey and Eastfield during self-isolation

Police officers, PCSOs and Police Volunteers from Filey and Eastfield Police Stations are relaunching Operation Cracker, an initiative to support and connect residents with information to keep them healthy and safe during their self-isolation.
A special booklet with information on social distancing, top tips on coping with self-isolation, mental wellbeing, unwanted calls, crime prevention, and a list of useful contact numbers for local agencies has been produced.
In life under lockdown, many of the older generation and vulnerable do not have access to the internet to seek vital information. Operation Cracker will therefore see Officers and PCSOs working alongside partner agencies and supermarkets to support the project.
In addition, carers from the Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia Forward, Age UK and Scarborough and Ryedale Carers Resource will distribute the booklets, whilst many businesses will highlight it on their websites and the Westway Open Arms is going to place it in their food parcels which support those most in need in Eastfield.
Operation Cracker is a partnership initiative, drawing in support and expertise from different organisations, including McCain Foods, who have been instrumental in assisting the project to connect with the community, designing and producing the booklet to be handed out.
Charlotte Pick, Communications Business Partner from McCain, said: “We’ve been part of the local community for over 50 years and are proud to play a role in the communities where we live and work. In these uncertain times, we wanted to support this initiative to ensure the Eastfield community has all the information they need to feel and stay safe during this period of uncertainty.”
Sergeant Dan Thompson, of Filey and Eastfield Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Self-isolation has made life difficult for everyone but particularly older residents who may have little or no family support.
“During Operation Cracker we’ll be reaching out to areas where there is a higher population of older people, and making sure they are equipped with the right support to get them through what, for some, can be a tough time.
“In addition to having more officers out on the streets the booklet will back us up by providing advice on how to stay safe and well in addition to sign-posting partner agencies and local groups that can provide support.”
Other partners supporting the initiative include: Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia Forward, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, Scarborough and Ryedale Carers Resource, Age UK, NatWest Bank, Filey Lions, Beyond Housing, Futureworks and the Westway Open Arms.

link to your local, you can download the booklet from this page

North Yorkshire Neighbourhood Policing Team

Updated Thursday 16th April 2020

Help and Support available from Local Government

North Yorkshire County Council:

Your North Yorkshire County Councillor is Roberta Swiers.
Hunmanby village is part of the Hertford & Cayton Division that Roberta represents. Roberta keeps Hunmanby Parish Council informed regarding details of where to go for any advice during the current situation. Roberta has a locality budget, which this year can be used to help in the Covid19 crisis, so any food bank needing more stock or community based charities requiring support can access these fund quickly. Roberta is keeping in touch with many vulnerable residents in all areas, as mental health is a big issue. Roberta's details for anyone needing help are Councillor Roberta Swiers 01723 584386 

This is the link to the North Yorkshire County Council's Coronavirus advice and information

North Yorkshire County Council also produce a website for community group to promote their group, services and events, this website also has a dedicated page giving details of organisations in North Yorkshire offering support during the Coronavirus Situation

Full details at North Yorkshire Connect Website

Scarborough Borough Council:

Your Scarborough Borough Councillors for Hunmanby Ward are Councillor Michelle Donohue Moncrieff and Councillor Paul Riley

Message from Councillor Michelle Donohue Moncrieff 

'We are in the greatest health and social crisis for many generations. The way our communities have stepped up to support each other has been so heartwarming. I been using social media to share relevant information or advice with the community. I have also been helping residents who have lost their jobs or businesses enquiring about grant support. Just as important having a chat about the stresses and strains of this situation we all find ourselves in. I appreciate that not everyone is on social media and if someone needs to contact me, please call 01723 891891' or email:

Message from Councillor Paul Riley

'Reighton & Speeton Lockdown Report: The residents of our two villages are observing the social
isolation message strictly. The demographic is fairly elderly and many are feeling a strong sense of confinement. They are missing contact with their children and grandchildren and in many cases not risking venturing outside their house and garden. We are fortunate in having fairly regular bus service (at least in Reighton village).
However, most people have stopped using the service for shopping and social trips, having switched to ordering their provisions on-line. People are missing their monthly coffee mornings and the other
social events at Reighton Village Hall which brought people together. The two churches are also locked shut. However, notwithstanding that we cannot meet physically, these organisations create bonds of friendship and strong informal networks of neighbours able to look out for each other. Our vicar, Jane Penn keeps in touch by email and Lisa Blosfield from Hunmanby, who takes a special interest in Reighton, sends out regular idiosyncratic emails with her take on the crisis and suggestions to keep ourselves occupied.
A number of residents approached the parish council before the lockdown about setting up a support group and we were able to put together an information leaflet with details of the main Community Support Organisations as well as a list of local businesses offering a delivery service and contact information for local people they might know able to help with collections of groceries and prescriptions. Residents tend to know who is vulnerable among our immediate neighbours and are making a special effort to keep in touch with them
by telephone and checking on those who are very frail.

Like most people, I miss the contact with people I used to
see regularly in Hunmanby now that the pubs, cafes and many of the businesses
are closed. I am able to stay in touch
with a number of them by telephone and I know they appreciate the support they
have available in the community and from the borough and parish councils. An
elderly resident living on his own, in poor health and struggling to adjust to
our new circumstances rang me recently to tell me how much he appreciates a
regular weekly phone call from a lady from the borough council. She arranged for him to receive a card and small
gift on his birthday and this really bucked him up - a small thought and action
but a big help to someone struggling to adjust to a big unwelcome difference to
their life.
I am catching up on projects of various sorts and I welcome
calls from any resident with concerns about council matters or needing a chat
generally.' My phone number is 01723 890192

Some services provided by Scarborough Borough Council have been altered due to the current situation. This is the link to Scarborough Borough Councils Website giving the latest up to date information and helpful advice

Hunmanby Parish Council:

Message from Harvey Stockdale, Chairman of Hunmanby Parish Council

'Hunmanby Parish Council are working hard to keep everything running smoothly. Dawn our Clerk and Clair our Responsible Finance Officer are working from home. They are in touch with all Parish Councillors by e mail or phone. Hunmanby Parish Council are also in contact with our Borough and County Councillor and Yorkshire Local Councils Association for any legal issues On a personal note the village is full of good people helping in any way they can, on a more sad note their has been funerals in the village and I give my sincere sympathy on behalf of the many friends and relatives who could not attend Bless them all. If you require help or advice my phone number is 01723 891085Harvey Stockdale Chairman Parish Council.'

This is the link to the Hunmanby Parish Council website which explains both ways to contact Hunmanby Parish Council and useful local information and updates about the current situation.

The village caretakers are continuing to keep the village a pleasant place to walk around.
The grass is being cut, and litter is being collected and bins emptied.

Help, Advice and Support Available from the local Member of Parliament

Below is a message from Kevin Hollinrake our local Member of Parliament for Thirsk & Malton. 

'I appreciate that this is a difficult time for many people and, in particular, those people who are elderly and vulnerable and may have to be at home for 12 weeks. You may be finding it difficult to find someone to do your shopping or go to the chemist. If you are able to use the internet the wait for some of the online shopping slots can be longer than a week. Alternatively, you may feel very isolated if you are living on your own and would like a friendly person to talk to. The good news is that almost every town and village in our area have voluntary groups ready to help those that need it. I would like to thank everyone for offering to help at this very difficult time. If you would like a contact in your neighbourhood then please get in touch with my office and we will link you up with a local volunteer group. Also if you have any other concerns or need any other kind of help please email Nigel Knapton at or call him on 01347 666880. We are here to help.'

Kevin Hollinrake's website is updated daily 

Help and support from our local churches


Message from Revd Tim Parker, Vicar of All Saints Churches, Hunmanby and Muston, in the Hertford Benefice: 

'All Saints Church buildings in Hunmanby and Muston are closed due to Covid-19, but the Church continues to live and thrive. We are offering pre-recorded worship on Sundays (most join in at 10.00am) on our church website. Here is the link: 

On our Facebook page on weekdays there is either a pre-recorded prayer OR a short (15-minute) live-stream service of Morning Prayer, the latter starting at 9.00am, though the recording stays on the page.'   

Here is the link:

Message from Rev. Nigel Spencer Cross Hill Methodist Church

'Cross Hill Methodist Church congregation continue to meet virtually using worship material sent out in the post or by e-mail. We are praying for the village, especially those who are lonely or bereaved. If you would like specific prayers or to have a copy of the weekly service, please contact Rev. Nigel Spencer on 01723 585564.'


Need a sit down and a cuppa? Tea and Cafes....

Hunmanby Tea Rooms

Bridlington Street

Open 9am to 3pm Monday to Saturday

Sunday 10am to 3pm

(Due to the current situation, Hunmanby Tea Rooms closed until further notice from Saturday 21st March 2020)

Hunmanby Tea Rooms facebook

Spring Café (A community café run by All saints Church)


4 Stonegate

Open 10am to 3pm Monday to Saturday

Spring Café Facebook

The Captain's Table

(Due to the ongoing situation. On Bank Holiday Monday 25th May 2020 at tea time the Captain's Table re-opened serving takeaways only. 

The serving times have been altered from the normal and are listed below. Please ensure social distancing outside the premises. Updated Wednesday 27th May 2020)

Quality Fish and Chips

Eat in or Take-away

2 Cross Hill

01723 891605


Dinner Times: Wednesday to Saturday 11.30am to 1.30pm

Tea Times: Monday to Saturday 4.30pm to 7.30pm


The Phat Cow Burger Van

In Transtools

Hunmanby Industrial Estate

Off Bridlington Road, Or Sands Lane (on foot or by bike)

Now reopen following the current situation, updated Tuesday 5th May 2020 

Monday to Friday 9am to 2pm (Phone orders taken on 07519 864671)

The Phat Cow is Solar Powered and more than just a burger van further details the Phat Cow Facebook page 

Sweet Treats by Bike in Hunmanby

Mr Milner from Bramwell's Tea Rooms of Filey is delivering by bike home made cakes they are £5 each, choose from:

 Victoria Sponge, 






Lemon sponge 

and scones 50p each. 

This is just in Hunmanby village. Mr Milner has already donated his in stock supplies to many local people helping deal with the current situation. The service is aimed just at people in Hunmanby who are self isolating, who miss their little trips out to local tea rooms. Mr Milner number is 07835205961

(Updated Saturday 24th May 2020)


Wrangham House Hotel: Tel 01723 891333

Wrangham House is a Grade II listed Georgian Period House, many years ago the Vicarage. Located in the heart of the village, next to All Saints Church. Wrangham House is family owned and run, an ideal base for coast and country. 12 en-suite bedrooms, stunning restaurant, warm and well stocked bar and delightful lounge. Peter is a Michelin trained chef, and takes great pride in his menus, using fresh, local produce whenever possible. He has a natural talent for cooking and his signature dishes are loved by all.

Current Situation, while he restaurant is closed until further notice Wrangham House Hotel are offering you treat of  takeaway Afternoon Tea.... delivered to your door £10 per person

Also evening meals delivered to your door at £7.95 per person with a choice of

Sirloin of Beef Stroganoff

Home Made Fish Cakes with salad & chips

Sausage & Mash with onion gravy carrots & peas 


Chicken in Honey & Mustard with pasta

Please call Peter and Stacie on 891333 to book yours. 

Free local delivery in Hunmanby, £2.00 delivery to Filey,  £4.00 delivery to Scarborough

(updated Friday 29th May 2020)

 Further details from Wrangham House Face Book

or Wrangham House Website

A good range of local shops....


Boots Chemist

24a Bridlington Street

01723 890422

Open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm

Saturday 9am to 5pm

(Remaining open during the current situation, if you are vulnerable and housebound Boots Chemist will aim to help with local deliveries on 890422. Please read the notice respecting access to the boots chemist shop, one person at a time inside the premises, please ensure social distancing. updated Thursday 23rd April 2020.)

Hunmanby Post Office

sells traditional sweets, cards and gifts

Bridlington Street

Open Monday to Friday 9.30am to 12.30 and 2pm to 5.30pm

Saturday 9.30am to 12.30pm

Top Tips: Hunmanby Post Office offers free cash withdrawals at the counter, and top up for gas and electric, all transactions help support our local Post Office

(Remaining open during the current situation. Hours have been reduced.  updated Wednesday 25th March 2020)

Hunmanby Post Office Facebook


Hunmanby Coop

Bridlington Street

01723 890241

Open Daily 7am to 8pm  10pm (Hours reduced due to the current situation)

Hunmanby Coop are limiting the number of customers inside the store, so this space for social distancing inside the store. A member of staff will be outside the Coop to restrict entry at busy times and ask customer to please queue and respect social distancing. 

(Remaining open during the current situation: updated 27th March 2020)


Today’s Express (Millers) Convenience Store

with ATM Lottery, sweets snacks &
full off licence

01723 890445

21a Bridlington Street

Open Monday to Saturday from 6.30am to 6pm ( DUE TO THE CURRENT SITUATION, AMMENDED OPENING HOURS)

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday open 8am to 12.30 CLOSED FOR DINNER 12.30 to 1.30pm open again  1.30pm to 4pm)  

Wednesday open 8am to 12.30 ONLY (UPDATED THURSDAY 30th APRIL 2020, Hours reduced to enable more home deliveries)

Sunday 6.30am to 1pm

(Remaining open during the current situation, if you are housebound  Today Express (Millers) can offer free local delivery on orders over £10,( or for a couple of homes on the same street, in the same delivery) in both Hunmanby and Filey.  Millers offer a wide range of groceries, including milk, bread, eggs, sliced meats etc, a full off-licence, frozen foods, sweets, newspapers, fruit and veg, tinned goods, toiletries and much more. You can also play be cheque. Please ring 890445 updated Wednesday 25th March 2020. Today's Express (Millers) have reduced shop opening times to match the needs of offering a home delivery, especially to those who are vulnerable) Please read the notice respecting access to the Today's Express (Millers) shop, please ensure social distancing.


The Hunmanby Pantry  & Fruit & Vegetable Shop 01723 891300

Delicious Food from our Pantry plus
traditional grocer

10 & 12 Bridlington St

(Due to the Current Situation, From Monday 30th March 2020, the Delicatessen will be closed until for notice. However the Fruit & Vegetable Shop will continue to be open at  No.12 Bridlington Street but is now closed - Monday, Wednesday & Friday

The Fruit & Vegetable Shop is open Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 10.00am - 2.30pm   

Delivery of the following: Bread, Cheese. milk, cakes, sliced meats etc alongside the veg boxes, will be available on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday. Deliveries run from 9am - 7pm with no time allocation slots.   All deliveries require 48 hours notice, some items may be limited. If you are vulnerable and housebound Hunmanby Pantry and Green Grocers are offering help with picking up prescription with local deliveries. please ring 891300, Please read the notice respecting access to the Green Grocers shop. We still ask for people to maintain social distance of 2 metres and wear face coverings when in the shop, as the government have advised. updated Wednesday 20th May 2020)


Further Details from the Hunmanby Pantry Website

or Hunmanby Pantry Facebook


Trading for 70 years, a family run

Open 08.30 to 5pm Monday to Saturday

9.30 to 4pm Sunday

36 Bridlington St

01723 890402

(Ellisons Shop has closed on 23rd March 2020 until further notice due to the current situation, however the Ellisons on line website below offers most items from paint to CD's often post free, updated Wednesday 25th March 2020)

Wells Butchers and Farm Foods Tel 01723 890233

Traditional Family Butcher

Bridlington St



8am to 4pm Monday

8am to 5pm Tuesday

8am to 1pm Wednesday

8am to 5pm Thursday

8am to 5pm Friday

8am to 1pm Saturday

(Remaining open during the current situation, but reduced opening times so as to offer a delivery service to self isolating residents in Hunmanby and surrounding villages: updated Monday 27th April 2020)

Further details from Well Butchers Face Book Page

HG Lovitt Fish Merchants 01723 513211

7 Mitford Street


Opening Times 

9am to 1pm Monday to Saturday

(Located in Filey, HG Lovitt Fish Merchants have reduced their shop opening hours. To ensure social distancing, please observe only 2 customers at any one time in the shop. With the reduced hours, HG Lovitt's are instead offering a delivery service to self isolating residents in Hunmanby, Filey and the surrounding villages with no minimum order: Updated Thursday 2nd April 2020)

Further details from HG Lovitt Website


Facebook page at HG Lovitt Facebook


Hunmanby Opticians 01723 890011

24 Bridlington Street

Open 9.30am to 5pm Tuesday to Friday

Saturday 9.30am to 12.30

(The opticians shop has closed, The service of the optician is remaining open to residents who book an appointment in advance. Please ring 890011. Hunmanby Opticians can also offer for housebound local residents to collect, repair and return glasses if they need repair, to avoid visiting the shop, please ring 890011, updated Wednesday 25th March  2020)


Transtools 01723 892122

Hunmanby Industrial Estate

Off Bridlington Road


Opening Times

8am to 5pm Monday to Friday

8am to 12 noon Saturday

Based on the Industrial Estate, a wide range of products. Current Situation. Please read the social distancing notices at the entrancec to the building. Trans Tools is open. Their staff are friendly, suppling to the trade and also friendly, helpful service for those requiring items for smaller do-it-yourself projects in these difficult times. Further Information from Trans Tools Facebook Page

St Catherine's Hospice Shop 01723 890698

Bridlington Street


Open 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday

A charity shop raising funds for the local hospice. Unwanted good condition items suitable for re sale are always welcome. Please bring into the shop when open. 

(Due to the current situation St Catherine's Hospice shop is closed from Monday 23rd March.) 

A good range of beers, and home cooked food in the local Public Houses....


Photographs left is Landlord Dave, to the right Landlord Steve

flower baskets brightening up the Stonegate during the lockdown, May 2020

The Horseshoe 01723 890077

89 Stonegate

Opening Times 

12 noon to 11pm Sunday to Thursday

12 noon to 12pm Friday and Saturday

Meals served Wednesday to
Saturday 6pm to 8pm

Sunday 12 noon to 3pm

(Due to the current situation, The Horseshoe closed until further notice from Saturday 21st March 2020)

The Horseshoe facebook


Jon  takes a short break from redecorating the Cottage Inn during the current situation 

The Cottage Inn  01723 892475

25 Cross Hill

Meals served Tuesday to Saturday 12 noon to 3pm and 5pm to 7.45pm

Sunday 12 noon to 3pm

(From Easter Meals every day)

Open 11am to midnight Monday to

11.00  to 00.30 Friday and Saturday

12.00 to 23.30 Sunday

(Due to the current situation, The Cottage Inn closed until further notice from Saturday 21st March 2020)

The Cottage Inn Facebook

Above Photo of the White Swan, an old coaching inn

The White Swan 01723 890232

1 Church Hill

Traditional Public House, former Coaching Inn,

real fire

Open 11am to midnight Monday to Thursday

Open 11am to 1am Saturday and Sunday

Open 11am to midnight Sunday

Meals served

Monday to Saturday 12noon to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm

Sunday 12noon to 8pm

(Due to the current situation, The White Swan Public House closed until further notice from Saturday 21st March 2020). The White Swan are offering a free home delivery meal service to local housebound residents at the normal meal times listed above. You can also pay be cheque, please ring 890232 updated Wednesday 25th March 2020). For the menu and prices please see the link below to the White Swan Facebook Page

The White Swan Facebook


The Piebald ‘The Pie Pub’ 01723 447577

65 Sands Lane

Open 12pm to 11pm Sunday until 22.30

Autumn /Winter Meals Served

Sunday-Thursday 12pm to 8pm

Friday/Saturday 120m to 8.30pm

(Due to the current situation, The Pie Bald Inn closed until further notice from Saturday 21st March 2020)


A choice of Takeaways.....

Spinners Takeaway

Fast Food, Pizza

4a Bridlington Street

01723 891538

Closed Monday

Tuesday to Sunday 4.30pm to 11.30pm (due to the current situation, last order will usually be at 10.30pm)

(Spinners re-opened on Friday 17th April. Due to the ongoing situation, to ensure social distancing only one person in the takeaway at a time, please, home delivery is available)


China China

Chinese Fast Food

01723 891888

Open During the Current Situation with altered times

Open 6 days a week (Closed Tuesday) 

4.30pm until 10pm

Delivery and Pre order collection is now available as screens have been fitted 

Max of 2 customers at any time in the shop

 (updated on Sunday 3rd May 2020)


Dreams Hair & Beauty Salon 

35 Bridlington Street

01723 891863


9am to 5pm Tuesday and Wednesday

9am to 6pm Thursday and Friday

9am to 4pm Saturday

(Due to the current situation Dreams Hair & Beauty Salon is closed from Monday 23rd March.)

Dreams Facebook Page

All About You 01723 892161

6, Church Hill

Nail and Beauty run by Michelle and Sarah


9am to 3pm Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

9am to 5p Friday

9am to 3pm Saturday

(Due to the current situation All About You is closed from Monday 23rd March.)

all about you website


Warren James Barbers Shop  Tel 07488 583911

4b Bridlington Street

plus beards, shaves and shoe shine

Open 9am to 5pm Tuesday to Saturday

(Due to the current situation Warren James Barbers shop is closed from Monday 23rd March.)

Further details Warren James Barber Shop Facebook


Hunmanby Dental 01723 890719

Telford House

Bridlington Street

Opening times 

(During the current situation Hunmanby Dental is closed, the guidelines changed rapidly and it enforced all dental practices to close with immediate effect from 25th March 2020)

This means no emergency treatment at all in the practice. Hunmanby Dental have a remote urgent care service via voicemail and a call back service, please leave your name and number clearly. If the clinician feels you need further dental care, you will be referred to the Local Urgent Dental Care System. Thank you for your understanding. Updated 25th March 2020)

for further information link to Hunmanby Dental facebook

Pinkney Grunwells Lawyers Tel 01723 890634

25, Bridlington Street Open 9am, to 5pm Monday to Friday (During the current situation Pinkey Grunwells are still operating, but are asking all clients to please email or ring, rather than calling at the Bridlington Street Office. Updated Friday 27th March 2020)

for further information  Pinkney Grunwells Lawyers website

Bike about Filey Tel 01723 518314

Bike about Filey have a shop in Filey which is closed due to the current situation. As an essential service and urged to continue trading. Bike about Filey are continuing through mobile repair and servicing of cycles. (updated Saturday 28th March 2020)

for further details Bike about Filey Website

Peter Milnes Motors Garage Tel: 01723 891485

120-122 Bridlington Street

Opening times
8am to 4pm Monday to Friday

(During the current situation Peter Milnes Motors Garage are still operating, the sale of cars will start again from Monday 1st June 2020. 

From this date, Peter Milnes Motors will continue to offer customers to ring, rather than call in person and for Peter Milnes Motors pick up your car for repair and return your car to you. Updated  Sunday 31st May 2020)

for further information Peter Milnes Garage website

or Peter Milnes Motors Facebook

Stonegate Garage Tel: 01723 891886

Hungate Lane

Opening times

8am to 5pm Monday to Friday

(During the current situation Stonegate Garage are still operating, but would prefer customers to ring, rather than call in person. Stonegate Garage would prefer to pick up your car for repair and return your car to you. This will help to promote social distancing. Updated  Friday 3rd April 2020)

for further information Stonegate Garage website


Getting around the village: Local Taxi Firm 

Hunmanby is a large village, but the village is lucky having a family run taxi firm in the village with both a car and minibus. Local fares around the village for a car are £5. Very handy if you need to travel some distance to or from the railway station. 

Filey Taxis: Telephone 07794 968230 are available Monday to Saturday (No Sunday Service)

(During the ongoing situation, operating a normal service. Updated Wednesday 1st April 2020)


Steve Wilcock Coal Merchant Tel: 01723 891667

51, Bridlington Street

Weekly local delivery of coal and smokeless fuel from the
old traditional railway coal yard off Sands Lane to Hunmanby, Filey,
Bridlington & the surrounding villages

Due to the current situation, continuing to operate.
However, no personal callers at
the coal yard. Please ring and leave a message on the answerphone service and
the family will get back in touch to arrange delivery.

A bit of nostalgia this link to the Yorkshire Film archives is a link to a film of the last days of the East Riding Station of Market Weighton with a lengthy section of film showing the pick up goods train shunting waggon over the coal drops, similar to those at Hunmanby in 1965 in the days of steam Link to Yorkshire Film Archive

Enjoying your Garden

Reighton Nursery 

Reighton Nursery is a well regarded Family Owned local Nursery. The photograph above shows some of the 1,000 primulas donated to the Friends of Hunmanby Railway Station in the poor Spring of 2018. One example of the support Reighton Nursery has given to the local community. 

(Current Situation Reighton Nursery have now been given the green light to open their doors on Wednesday 13th of May at 9am. They have strict social distancing rules implemented including a queuing area in the car park to enter, a one way system around the site & protective screens on our counters in the shop. Only two people per family allowed on site. They ask everyone to please be patient as this is all new to us. Open hours 9am-5:30pm. Updated Tuesday 11th May 2020)

Further details from Reighton Nursery Facebook

Grow your own:

Getting out in your garden or allotment is a good way to switch off from the current situation.

Reighton Nursery, in April donated bedding plants to Scarborough Hospital Staff and Filey Lions. They gave a box of seeds to the Hunmanby to distribute to families who would like to take up gardening, or those who are vulnerable and are feeling isolated at home and miss their gardening.

For May 2020 Friends of Hunmanby Railway Station grow their own plants for the village station, and have trays of Livingstone Daisy (Mesembryanthemum)  that can be delivered in Hunmanby village. 

Mesembryanthemums are a wild flower from South Africa, growing in semi desert conditions, they will flower until early August, and open up in the sun. Keep dead heading them, and they will flower longer. They need little water, just full sun.  A real 'retro' flower from the 1960's & 70's. If you have never grown a flower, this one is a great one to start with. 

Reighton Nursery have also kindly supplied plug plants of Ageratum, Begonia, Geranium and Salvia which the Friends Group have potted on. All are free to vulnerable residents in Hunmanby who are self isolating.

For home delivery 2 trays of Mesembryanthemums, Ageratum, Begonia, Geranium, or Salvia in Hunmanby Village please ring Nick on 07895 981483. They will be left outside your door.   

Keeping informed, planning your week, helpful ideas, especially if you are self isolating. 

Your local Weekly: Scarborough News (every Thursday)

During the current situation, to help keep you informed the Scarborough News is your local newspaper. The paper is giving prominent coverage to local communities who are helping to support those self isolating. There is also a good selection of puzzles, crosswords and sudoku.

Your local Monthly Community Magazine: Filey Bay Today

This family concern, due to the current situation have moved from a paid for monthly magazine (£1)  to a free on line edition. It is an uplifting read. A way to keep in informed about the local scene and the hard work the local community is doing to keep people safe and support those who are vulnerable

Further Details at the Filey Bay Today Website

or Filey Bay Today Facebook

The Radio Times:

Well worth a subscription, (usually arrives on a Thursday) The Radio Times again is aiming to be upbeat in these difficult times, giving chance to plan your viewing and listening,. The various channel will have a good selection of nature, nostalgia, history, classic films and comedies on offer. These offer a chance to avoid to much news, and give you entertainment to look forward to each day and talk about with friends and neighbours on the phone afterwards

The Yorkshire Film Archive:

The Yorkshire and the North East Film archive has a wide variety of films, available to view for free over the internet. You can search by topic, like railways or farming, and or by area like Filey, Scarborough or Bradford. The films date from the 1930's to the last decade. Many have amateur films recording local events. There many hundred to choose from. A great way to switch of from the current situation and go back in time....

The National Film Archive:

A very wide selection of around 1,000 films from around the country available to view for free

Local walks around the village:

Hunmanby village is friendly, a short walk every day, lifts your spirits. This link gives some ideas.

nice walks around the village

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