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” The town’s mayor, Councillor Heather Coughlan, is also quoted as saying: “Whitby jealously guards its history and heritage of which the Synod and Captain James Cook are a major part.“I don’t think it necessary to interfere with something which has worked well for 1,400 years and I’m sure the people of Whitby will take the same view.The Whitby Gazette was the unlikely publication with the scoop that principal photography is now underway for Paul Thomas Anderson's as-yet-untitled new film (bunch of pics here).This project is a Universal and Focus Features are behind it, reportedly winning the deal after a fierce bidding war with Fox Searchlight.Whitby hosted a historic 7th-century synod where clerics chose to follow the Roman tradition for Easter Plans by the world’s major churches to agree a common date for Easter after millennia of disagreement have been criticised by councillors in Whitby, where a synod was held in AD664.

Historians will enjoy finding out about the town's connection to Captain Cook, and the role it played in the whaling and jet industries; steam fans can board the North Yorkshire Moors Railway at its northernmost station and re-enact Harry Potter's train journey to Hogwarts, whilst those with a literary bent can follow in the footsteps of Bram Stoker who was inspired to pen his cult classic Dracula after encountering Whitby's gothic architecture.We are an excellent choice if you are looking for a hotel in Whitby with a difference.We have a courtyard of en-suite rooms decorated to a high standard.According to the , Councillor Joe Plant said: “The procedure has been in place for centuries – why change it? The Abbey and the Synod of 664 are synonymous with Whitby and we have many pilgrims to the town as a result.There have been no problems with Easter being a movable feast.Fish and Chips; History and Culture; Jaw-dropping Views; Festivals; Vampires and Goths: it’s all on offer at Whitby, one of the Yorkshire Coast’s best-loved seaside towns.


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