It is almost six months since I featured a location from England so this time I have selected one from the North York Moors National Park.  Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village and a bay located five miles south of Whitby and 15 miles north of Scarborough.  Bay Town, its local name, is in the ancient chapelry of Fylingdales.
The origin of the name is uncertain, and it is doubtful if Robin Hood was ever in the vicinity.  An English ballad and legend tell a story of Robin Hood encountering French pirates who came to pillage the fisherman’s boats and the northeast coast.  The pirates surrendered and Robin Hood returned the loot to the poor people in the village that is now called Robin Hood’s Bay.
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