Scalby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Scalby, a village on the north edge of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England, is part of the civil parish of Newby and Scalby. From 1902 to 1974, Scalby was an urban district in the North Riding of Yorkshire. Scalby is 2.5 miles (4.0 km) north of Scarborough, and is separated from the town's suburbs by the Scalby Beck, which flows to the North Sea at Scalby Mills. Scalby is a village which is bisected by the A171 Scarborough to Whitby road. The older part of the village is west of the main crossroads and is focused around a small but busy High Street.

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Scalby has a population of over 3,953 people. Scalby also forms part of the wider Scarborough district which has a population of over 108,757 people. Scalby is situated 4 km north of Scarborough.

Twin Towns, Sister Cities Scalby has links with: 🇫🇷 Pornic, France.

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