Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire
This is one of 10 x 1st stamps issued by Royal Mail on 7 February showing different English views. (British Journey England)
Recognising that people may meet with some reluctance at post offices to tear a single design from 4 sheets of stamps (each stamp appears 3 times in each sheet) we are able to offer each stamp in a minimum order of 10 stamps for £7.50 .
Robin Hood’s Bay – Yorkshire Coast Robin Hood’s Bay lies in the ancient parish
of Fylingdales. The name itself is believed to be derived from the Old English
word ‘Fygela’ which meant ‘marshy ground’. The first evidence of man in the area
was 3000 years ago when Bronze Age burial grounds were dug on the high
moorland a mile or so south of the village. These are known as Robin Hood’s