Derek Fowlds, also known as Heartbeat’s Sgt Oscar Blaketon, will be in Goathland on Saturday, September 30, signing the latest paperback edition of his biography ‘A Part Worth Playing.’Derek said he wanted to do it in Goathland because it’s where he spent 18 years filming in the hit series Heartbeat. He said that he has always regarded it as his second home and still has many friends there. He added that he can’t wait to see them again. The signing will take place at 11am at the Goathland stores.
Whitby RNLI's all weather lifeboat was launched on Sunday afternoon after a red flare was spotted off the coast of Whitby. The red flare, a distress signal used at sea, was spotted by a pleasure boat and reported to the coastguard. The lifeboat was launched at 1.20pm and the volunteer crew spent four hours searching the area before being stood down. Mechanic Richard Dowson said: "Thank you to the informant who reported the flare.
It’s a mystery that stretches back years...and now another sighting of a large cat near Whitby has added fuel to the rumours. A holidaymaker on a week-long break in Stainsacre was taking a walk along the Cinder Track when the beast appeared in front of them. Pauline Kerman said: “On Monday we walked along the Cinder Track into Whitby and just before we left the path to go down some steps into Whitby we saw a large cat approximately 200 yards from us.
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