A few miles from the seaside town of Whitby between the Runswick Bay and Sandsend is the small hamlet of kettleness. Hidden away on the Yorkshire coast this village was once serviced by the Whitby Redcar Middlesbrough Union railway which closed in 1958. The kettleness railway station is still there today but Known now as ‘Seeonee Lair’ and is used by the East Cleveland Scout District as an a activity centre. This part of the Heritage Coast contains many fossils that can be found in the cliffs and shore line. The views from the top of the cliffs are breath taking, looking over the bay towards Runswick which can be reached on foot following the Cleveland Way Trail.