The Yorkshire seaside town of Filey first attracted visitors like Charlotte Bronte and Frederick Delius in the 19th century, and in the 20th was host to a large Butlin's holiday camp. Sandi Toksvig visits Filey to discover how it is faring in the 21st century, now that Butlin's has closed. Has it managed to retain its individuality while attracting visitors in hard economic times?

Sandi tours the town with former Mayor Marion Wright as her guide and looks at how two current holiday developments are aiming to keep Filey on the holiday map.

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Sat 29 Aug 2009 10:00