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Quiz Night

29th February 7pm

Join us for our Quiz Night and raise funds for Chatterbooks.

Chatterbooks is our way of giving back to the community. We hold regular book sales of donated books and other events to help us raise funds for a number of charities local to Whitby.

With a free buffet, and some extra competitions on the night, it’s going to be a great night out!

Join us for fun, mirth and merriment!

£5 per person.



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Wedding Fair

1st March 2020 – 10:30am- 3:30pm

Our beautiful ballroom has hosted wedding receptions since 1928, and we’re pleased to invite you to our stunning wedding fair. You can see the ballroom dressed ready for a celebration, and get a feel for how our beautiful period room can be the perfect venue for your big day.

Our dedicated venue co-ordinators will be on hand to help you visualise how your big day could look and feel in our central Whitby venue.

Our trusted local suppliers will also be on hand to give advice on everything from photography to jewellery.

FREE TO ATTEND – Just register below to let us know you’re coming

Register here 

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An Evening with Cara Hamilton

7th March, 7pm

Join us for an evening with one of the Uk’s top psychic demonstrators and mind readers.

Cara is an expert in her field with over 20 years experience as a Mindreader,  Psychic, Victorian Seance Presenter, Newspaper Astrologer and expert on Witchcraft, Occult and Psychic matters.

An evening of intrigue and mystery awaits you!

£15 per person – BOOKING ESSENTIAL

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Spring Arts and Crafts Fair

15th March 2020 – 10:30am – 4pm

Join us for our annual Spring Arts & Crafts Fair!

With a range of local artists, crafters and traders, there really is something for everyone!


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Whitby Literary Tour

29th March 2020

When Bram Stoker visited Whitby in 1890, little did he know that inspiration would strike, and that he would be inspired to write one of the most famous books ever written. However, Stoker wasn’t the only write to be inspired by our beautiful town…

A young mathematician named Charles Lutwidge Dodgson visited in 1854. His name may not be familiar to you, but perhaps his pen name is; he wrote under the name Lewis Carroll. Yes, the famous story of Alice, the White Rabbit and the Queen of Hearts was part written here in Whitby during his many visits. 

There are many more links to Whitby in literature all the way through to the modern day. To find out more about Whitby’s literary links and history, why not join us on our Whitby Literary Walk. Price includes a Fish & Chips Lunch (does not include sides or drinks).

£18 Adults, £12 Children

Chatterbooks Book Fair

4th April 2020 – 10:30am – 3pm

Our fabulous book fair is back! With over 600 books to choose from for just £1 (50p for kids books) it’s the perfect place to get a new read!

AND Chatterbooks is our way of giving back to the local community! Your £1 goes to help local charities, schools and organisations!

Get your new read and help local charities – it’s win-win!

And whilst you’re visiting why not stay and enjoy a hot drink and one of our FAMOUS SCONES for just £3.95!

Got some books to donate? We are always accepting donations of books – just drop them into the cafe during opening hours!