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Scarborough district  X 

The easternmost of the seven large district authorities which make up the modern administrative county of North Yorkshire covers around 315 square miles.

As well as the seaside resort of Scarborough which is its administrative centre, the district covers nearly half the sea coast of Yorkshire, including the northernmost of its heritage coasts.

On a section of the coast and inland is part of the North York Moors National Park.

The wide area of the district, created in 1974, also includes the seaside towns of Whitby and Filey and dozens of villages.

The population of the area is more than 109,000.

Places in the Scarborough district are:
 Ainthorpe
 Aislaby Scarborough district
 Briggswath
 Brompton-by-Sawdon
 Burniston
 Castleton
 Cayton
 Cloughton
 Commondale
 Danby
 East Ayton
 Egton
 Egton Bridge
 Ellerby
 Filey
 Flixton
 Folkton
 Fylingthorpe
 Ganton
 Glaisdale
 Goathland
 Gristhorpe
 Grosmont
 Hackness
 Hawsker
 Hinderwell
 Hunmanby
 Kettleness
 Lealholm
 Lythe
 Mickleby
 Newholm
 Osgodby Scarborough district
 Ravenscar
 Reighton
 Robin Hood's Bay
 Runswick Bay
 Ruswarp
 Sandsend
 Scalby Scarborough district

 Scarborough
 Seamer Scarborough district
 Sleights
 Sneaton
 Snainton
 Speeton
 Stainsacre
 Staintondale
 Staithes
 Ugglebarnby
 Ugthorpe
 West Ayton
 Westerdale
 Whitby



We continue to add more villages to our A to Y gazetteer and the above may not yet list all places in Scarborough district.
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