1986 Cloughton, Burniston & coast
Coast rocky with 50-100ft high cliffs & steep grass slopes leading to scenic and gently undulating farmland with hills, overlooking the villages of Cloughton & Burniston. The main Whitby Scarborough road, as well as the long distance Cleveland way footpath pass through the area. Part is National Park and with coast attracts some tourists. The main occupation is farming although there are several caravan sites & apart from these, & the main services of the villages, it appears most residents commute to Scarborough or elsewhere to work. Close to Scarborough, the coast, and the North York moors National Park the villages make a good base for tourists, or residents with transport, although a bus service does operate along the main A171 road. cont./..
Map of the area
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