Scarborough Hospitality Association was formed in 1923 to be the collective voice for Scarborough accommodation providers, restaurants, cafes and other hospitality enterprises.
SHA co-operates closely with tourism organisations such as Welcome to Yorkshire and the British Hospitality Association as well as tourism groups in Whitby, Filey and Bridlington.
SHA shares with its members the latest news concerning local events, shows and attractions and is a source of advice on topics about local authority regulations, Government legislation and marketing.
SHA is a key supporter of the Discover Yorkshire Coast brand and DYC website. The DYC holiday guide has 85,000 copies printed every year which are distributed all around the UK.


Contact
: Ged Wilcock (Secretary)

Suite 21
Yorkshire Coast Enterprise Centre
Auborough Street
Scarborough
North Yorkshire
YO11 1HT

Office opening hours 14.00 to 15.00 Monday to Friday

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Great Chamber meeting last night. There was lots of discussion about Christmas and there's a group meeting next week to take things further. Have you got anything you'd like to see happen in Scarborough at Christmas time? ... See MoreSee Less

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The next meeting of the Scarborough & District Chamber of Trade and Commerce will be Tuesday 9th May at 6.00pm at Boyes Store in Queen Street.
Included in the items to be discussed are the Tour de Yorkshire Shop Window Display and the Town Centre Display Board.
Members or prospective members are very welcome to attend.
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One of hopefully many tour de Yorkshire windows we'll be judging on Monday! ... See MoreSee Less

STAGE 1: FRIDAY 28 APRIL 2017: BRIDLINGTON TO SCARBOROUGH Total stage length: 173km 3 King of the Mountain Climbs: Garrowby Hill, Goathland & Robin Hood's Bay 2 Sprints: Pocklington & Whitby Abbey Total ascent: 1,940m Stage One gets underway outside Bridlington Spa and heads into Pocklington for the first intermediate sprint. The classified climbs up the Côte de Garrowby Hill and Côte de Goathland will get the legs pumping before the race hits the coastline again at Whitby, and the riders will get a great view of the Abbey as they contest the second sprint of the day. The route continues on to Robin Hood’s Bay for the third and final climb and then it’s full steam into Scarborough for the now-legendary finish along North Bay. letour.yorkshire.com/

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It's the official opening of the new Scarborough Market tomorrow! Pop along to check it out ... See MoreSee Less

Scarborough Market And Vaults Open Day

April 21, 2017, 12:00pm

Scarborough market and vaults are having a open day with the cutting of the ribbon at 12noon by the mayor of Scarborough, please join us and have a look at the new refurbishment!

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