Organisations and Services in Seamer and Crossgates
Seamer and District Bowling Club
Sports Field, Pasture Lane, Seamer
Seamer has an excellent flat bowling green situated at the sports field, Pasture Lane.
Bowlers of all skill levels are welcome and for those who would like to try the sport, there are free bowling and coaching sessions and equipment use. As well as social bowling, league and competition bowling is available for the more competitive bowler. Throughout the season, the club organises many friendly matches with visiting teams from all over the UK. In the close season, the club holds regular social events.
Bowling is a pleasant and healthy pastime, so come along and support this fine community facility.
Membership of this friendly club is open to all and spectators are always welcome. Further details can be obtained from Eddie Bell Tel: 01723 862518
Visits on Wednesday in 3 week cycles and stops at IRTON- Main St. 9.20, SEAMER - Eastgate 9.40. Bell Close 10.40, Memorial Hall 11.35, Beacon Rd. 11.50. CROSSGATES-Crab Lane 12.15 & Byward Dr. 12.40. Hadrian's Walk 13.30, Heron Lane 13.55, Curlew Drive 14.20. Access for the disabled.
Location and access: The library is located on Eastfield High Street just below the main shopping centre at the bottom of the pedestrianised area. Eastfield Community Centre is directly opposite the main entrance. The nearest bus stop, for routes 7 and 17, serves the nearby shopping area.
The library has automatic doors and all areas are accessible to wheelchairs. A hearing loop is available at the counter. Baby-changing facilities are available.
Transport and travel: There is no dedicated car parking, but on-street parking is available adjacent to the library and there are no restrictions in force.
Seamer and District Youth Services
Seamer Youth centre is the home of a number of youth services including Pre-school, 1st Seamer & Irton Rainbows, Brownies and Guides.
A committee of volunteers organises the running and maintenance of the centre. Meetings are b-monthly and the committee are always looking for new members. Anyone interested should contact the chairman - Mrs Lucy Haycock. Tel. 862397
Rooms are available for hire at very reasonable rates, weekends and all evenings except Mondays and Wednesdays. Enquiries to Mrs Jenny Boyes -Telephone 862337
North Yorkshire Police
Police Office, 2-4 Manham Hill, Eastfield YO11 3DG Contact: 0845 60 60 247
Seamer and Irton W.I.
NORTH YORKSHIRE EAST FEDERATION. Seamer and Irton W.l. celebrates its 90th Birthday in 2010. Special events will be organised to mark this achievement. We are sponsoring Seamer Roundabout for a year and hope this will be enjoyed by everyone.
Meetings are held the third Wednesday of the month in the Memorial Hall, Main Street, Seamer at 7.30pm. There is an interesting programme of speakers, demonstrations and social activities, that are advertised on the village notice boards. New members are always welcome. Contacts Mollie Dobson 863573 or Enid Plevey 863590
At Proudfoots Store, Main Street, Seamer tel. (01723) 863168.
Open: Mon-Friday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Post Boxes are at:
Seamer: Junction of Pasture Lane/Denison Avenue and Beacon Road
Irton: Main Street (opposite Porritt Lane)
Crossgates: Scarborough Road (by Hilford House)
Byward Drive/Station Road
Scarborough Road/Burtondale Road
Curlew Drive/Heron Lane
Seamer Sports Association
Contact:- Michael Purdie (Secretary)
Seamer Sports Association, Pasture Lane, Seamer, Scarborough, YO12 4QP.
Telephone:- 01723 864532 (Seamer Sports)
Monday to Thursday (7.00pm to Midnight)
Friday (4.00pm to 1.00am)
Saturday (12.30pm to 1.00am)
Sunday (Noon to 10.30pm)
Seamer Sports Association provides social and sporting opportunities within the Seamer /
Bus and Rail Transport:
Coastliner Service 843 - Leeds-York-Malton-Scarborough
For timetable information tel. (01653) 692556. Scarborough and District, Travel Centre, 51a Westborough, Scarborough tel. (01723) 375463
Valerider Service 128 - Helmsley-Pickering-Scarborough
Scarborough and District 7 and 17 - Seamer Road-Crossgates-Eastfield-Filey Road-Scarborough
Direct rail services from Seamer Station include York, Leeds, Bradford, Huddersfield, Manchester, Liverpool, Blackpool and Hull. Connecting trains are also available for London, the south and Scotland. Passenger train information is available on (0845) 7484950
Crossgates Badminton Club
Crossgates Badminton Club meets on Friday evening, 7:15 p.m. - 9 p.m. at the Community Centre. We play Badminton at a social level, we do not enter any League teams. We also play Table Tennis. We currently have vacancies for adults who may be interested in joining us. Charges are £2.00 per evening, which includes refreshments. First visit is FREE OF CHARGE. We are a small friendly group, why not come along and try?
Electric Power Loss: (0800) 668877
Gas Escapes: (0800) 111 999
Environment Agency Floodline:
(0845) 988 1188 (free)
Samaritans: (01723) 368888
Childline FREEPHONE: (0800) 1111
Police: 999 or 0845 60 60 247
Crimestoppers: (0800) 555111
Victim Support: (01723) 500539
St. Martin’s Church
Vicar - The Revd Andrew Moreland
Tel: 01723 863102
Web page: http//stmartin.org
Church Services Every Sunday
9.30am Traditional Common Worship Communion
11.00am Modern Worship Service with Sunday Club (1st, 3rd, 4th month all age services). (2nd Sunday with baptisms)
Other Sunday Activities
2nd Sunday of the month at St Martin's - Word and Worship, extended time of modern worship with speaker 7pm.
We have a regular 'life groups' where we study the Bible, pray, on a Wednesday morning 10.15am everyone is welcome and we have life groups that meet every two weeks in the evenings. As well as an active Men's and Women's Group that meet every month.
Curry Club - we meet on the first Monday of every month, going to local eating establishments and meeting in homes.
Get along club - every Thursday this group go out to lunch together.
Prayer group - meets 7.30pm every Wednesday, all welcome.
ABC - last Tuesday of the month 2.15pm for chat and play, adults, babies and children welcome in the Church.
Open Church: Wednesdays 12 - 2.30, Saturdays 10 - 12 noon
Morning Prayer Tues - Sats 9am 9.30 am. Mothers Union -There is an active Mothers Union. Bell Ringing - contact us if you are interested in learning.
Contact the Vicar for any further information regarding the above.
40 Trafalgar Street West, Scarborough
Samaritans are here to provide confidential, non-judgemental support to anyone experiencing emotional problems no matter how large or small.
Whatever your concerns, talking can help, and that is why Samaritans are there to listen, twenty four hours a day. We don't judge, aren't shocked and wont tell you what to do.
Telephone (24 hours) 01723 368888 (Branch) or 08457 90 90 90 or you may write or email if you prefer. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Chris, P.O. Box 9090, Stirling FK8 2SA.
If you think YOU could become a Samaritan Volunteer or you could spare a few hours to help in our shop, please ring 01723 369001 and leave your name and contact number and someone will call you back. Or visit website www.scarboroughsamaritans.net
Seamer Methodist Church
Minister: Rev. Denise Free
Citizens Advice Bureau
The Citizens Advice Bureau offers advice and assistance free of charge on matters such as Benefits, Legal Issues, Relationships, Housing, Employment and Debt. We can negotiate on our clients behalf and represent them at Social Security Appeal Tribunals.
We are wholly impartial and independent and all enquiries are dealt with in confidence. The offices are open to the public between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Or telephone anytime during opening hours on (01723) 368710.
24 hour telephone advice line 08451 202930 (Local Rate) Evening appointments available on Wednesday.
Women’s Royal Voluntary Service
Tel. (01723) 373934.
A national service concentrating on services for the elderly and hospital services.
Meals on Wheels
Books on Wheels (now Home Library Service)
Hospital Shop and Trolley
WRVS always need volunteers to help keep our services running. Young people may like to be involved with emergency services as there are no specific hours or times - just a willingness to be trained to help at any time of emergency.
Dial A Ride
Dial A ride is a local, independent, charity providing fully accessible, safe and reliable door to door transport for older people and those with a disability. We have a fleet of 9 minibuses with low steps, grab rails, ramps or hydraulic lifts. We also have a wheelchair accessible MPV which accommodates 3 passengers plus one passenger using a wheelchair. This particular vehicle is available for journeys further afield, for example York, Leeds, Manchester or beyond
Eligible passengers can use Dial a Ride for any reason - to keep a health appointment, go shopping, visit the hairdresser, family or friends. All staff are CRB cleared at an enhanced level and receive full staff training to ensure our passengers have a safe and enjoyable journey.
Passengers need to register to join and pay £3 a year membership. They then pay a reasonable fare (e.g. the return fare from Seamer to the hospital is £5.90) To register, book, volunteer or simply find out more information, telephone 01723 354434 or visit our website at www. scarboroughdialaride.com
Seamer and Irton Community Primary School
'A Happy School Committed to Excellence'
Headteacher: Mr J Wanless
Chair of Governors: Mrs H Mallory
Successful education has always had at its root a good three-way partnership of pupil, teacher and parent. We share your aspirations for your child and aim to work with you in providing a secure, happy and stimulating environment in which the children will be encouraged to learn, and in which they will be prepared for the future.
Seamer and Irton CP School
Tel: 01723 863489 Fax: 01723 864568
Age Concern Scarborough and District
Age Concern operates two charity shop from premises in High Street in Eastfield and Wreyfield Drive at Raincliffe. They are open Monday to Friday from 9.00 am - 4.00 pm. We welcome all donations received for us to sell in the shops - money raised locally is spent on local services.
Handyperson - assistance with small household repairs.
Link-Workers - Community Outreach workers will visit you in privacy to undertake benefit checks or help with form completion.
They will also provide talks to local groups
Insurance - Age Concern operates an insurance service which has benefits available to all over 50 years of age and is regulated by the Financial Services Authority. This is offered on a face to face basis from the Aberdeen Walk Centre Monday to Friday 9.00am - 2.00pm.
Health Promotion & Exercise - Group sessions, for further details please call.
Monday club and telephone befriending.
If you would like to make enquiries about any of the above services or if you would like to become an Age Concern Volunteer or Supporting Member then please contact Age Concern on Scarborough 379058
Dr P J Robinson and Partners
Branch Surgery - 8A Denison Avenue
There are seven partners in this practice. All surgeries are by appointment only. Telephone 01723 863100. A comprehensive leaflet detailing all services offered is available from the surgery.
Drs. Walker, Noble, Hughes, Saffman and Crick
Telephone 01723 584690 (Appointments) and 01723 582297 (all other) Surgery by appointment only. A leaflet is available from the surgery.