The flower fund charity planters at Flower Court, a residential complex for the elderly.
Members of the In Bloom team at work in the early stages of our Wildlife Garden.
The Millennium Garden


The Parish of Cayton with Eastfield is served by St. John the Baptist Church in Cayton.
The church dating back to the early part of the 12th century is a wonderful example of Norman architecture. The original building consisted of the nave, the north aisle and the sanctuary. The Norman pillars have now gone but their bases can be seen at the west end of the nave and at the chancel arch. The church tower was added in the 15th century.
The clock in the tower was installed in 1947, it was paid for by public subscriptions to appreciate the fact that no one from the parish was killed as a result of enemy action in either world war.
St. John the Baptist Church
Cayton Village Caravan Park offers the very best of coast and country.
Luxurious facilities, adventure playground, site shop, dog walk. Seasonal pitches, supersites, hardstanding and storage. Supersaver and OAP discounts. Open Christmas and New Year. Location: ½ mile to beach, 3 miles to Scarborough, next to village with pubs, fish shop, PO and bus service.
Telephone 01723 583171
Cayton Primary School opened in 1972, with a staff of Head Teacher and 8 teaching staff. There are 7 classes, with 180 children on roll at the moment, aged from 4+ to 11 years.
Our children come from Cayton village and areas between Scarborough (to the North) and Filey (to the South).
Learn from YESTERDAY
And aim for TOMORROW
Telephone 01723 582910
Stained Glass Centre. If you've ever wondered about the origins of stained glass or thought about owning your own exclusive stained glass windows or lampshade, then look no further than The Stained Glass Centre at Killerby Lane, Cayton. Visitors are welcome to visit the centre and browse the showrooms at the Stained Glass Centre which are an Aladdin's Cave of windows and door panels, lampshades, mirrors, candle holders, boxes and gifts, all made in beautiful stained glass
Telephone 01723 581236
Cayton has its very own bowling club which was founded in 1990. The clubhouse and green are situated on Cayton Low Road just opposite the end of Moor Lane and you will find a warm welcome there. There are currently some 80 members of the club but there is always room for more. You can bowl merely for the pleasure of it or you can take part in exciting matches and competitions both indoors and outdoors all year round. To find out more and to arrange a free trial ring us or email us using the details below.
Telephone 01262 470606
The Barn Short Mat Bowling Club formed in 1996 bowls three times a week at the Jubilee Hall, Cayton.

Our season starts September through to the end of June the following year, social bowling on Tuesday nights 1830 to 21.30, Wednesday afternoons 13.00 to 15.30 and Thursday is our league match night. The Barn club having two teams in the first division of the Scarborough and District Short Mat Bowls League.

For more information please click on the NYSMBA link or 'phone the secretary of the club, Margaret on the number below.
Telephone 01723 584197
Playdale Farm Park is situated near Scarborough on the Yorkshire Coast on the outskirts of the village of Cayton. The farm is packed with things to do to entertain your children whatever the weather. The huge indoor play area includes ball pool with toddler area, tractor zone, adventure trail and much more!
The Animal Barn and Interactive Paddocks are designed so the children can see the sheep and cattle walk among the poultry and goats. Come and get to know all our animals up close and join in with feeding. You could even make a new friend!
Telephone 01723 586351
Wetland Project

A conservation scheme of national importance on farmland south of Cayton. Participating farmers receive ‘Higher Level Stewardship’ grants for managing fields as wetland habitats. These funds are only awarded where farmers can make a significant contribution to protecting important species and archaeology.

Grassland here can attract ground-nesting wading birds if the water table is kept close to the surface until May and the sward carefully grazed to suit lapwing, snipe and redshank. Other wetland species will benefit and the unique archaeological record buried in the peat will be better preserved in the wet ground.

Flixton Brow View
Flixton Brow View

The project is funded by a partnership of local authorities and conservation bodies.