The Borough of Scarborough (/ˈskɑːrbrə/ or /ˈskɑːrbərə/) is a non-metropolitan district and borough of North Yorkshire, England non leaking water bottles. In addition to the town of Scarborough, it covers a large stretch of the coast of Yorkshire, including Whitby and Filey. It borders Redcar and Cleveland to the north, the Ryedale and Hambleton districts to the west and the East Riding of Yorkshire to the south.
The district was formed on 1 April 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972. It was a merger of the urban district of Filey and part of the Bridlington Rural District, from the historic East Riding of Yorkshire, along with the municipal borough of Scarborough, Scalby and Whitby urban districts, and Scarborough Rural District and Whitby Rural District, from the historic North Riding.
In 2007, the borough was threatened with extinction. In March of that year, North Yorkshire County Council was shortlisted by the Department for Communities and Local Government to be a unitary authority. If the bid had been successful then the Borough of Scarborough would have—along with all other districts and boroughs in the present county of North Yorkshire—been abolished. The bid cool sports water bottles, however, was unsuccessful and the districts remain as they were previously constituted.
The political composition of the council since the 2003 election is as follows:
There are a total of 64 schools and colleges, in the Scarborough area, as of 2012.
The Borough of Scarborough includes the villages of Allerston, Crossgates, East Ayton, Eastfield, Ebberston, Hutton Buscel, Irton, Ravenscar home meat tenderizer, Seamer, West Ayton and Wilton.
IN 2016, the Borough ranked second in the overall holiday trips and holiday spend, only missing out on the top spot to London.