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The business said its new website and e-commerce platform had ‘significantly improved’ its Wensleydale brand visibility across all devices.

Dating over 50 and making friends over 50 has never been so easy.Steps and narrow alleyways wind through picturesque Robin Hood’s Bay down to the slipway at the bottom of a steep ravine.For over 500 years fishing boats have been based here, with whole families working on some part of the baiting, catching, and salting process in the heyday of the fishing industry.The Yorkshire coastal year is bright with fairs and festivals such as Scarborough Fair, Whitby Folk Festival, and Filey Edwardian Festival.Classic sporting events include Filey Fishing Festival, Scarborough Cricket Festival and Motorcycle racing at Scarborough’s Oliver’s Mount.This is a coastline of high cliffs and rocky shores, rich in flowers and wildlife.

Follow the cliff top path for over 30 miles along the North Yorkshire Heritage Coast or visit one of the coastal resorts or villages.

The process takes water out of the processed whey to produce whey concentrate and lactose concentrate, which can be fed to dairy cows or supplied to an anaerobic plant to produce energy.“By-product markets have been particularly buoyant and we are seeing enhanced returns in the current financial year,” said Mr Hartley.

Looking ahead, Mr Hartley said the company continues to focus on the development of branded sales of its Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese, which has European Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status.“This PGI status gives us the opportunity to differentiate our product from other more generic Wensleydale Cheese not made in Yorkshire,” he added.“The demand for genuine Yorkshire Wensleydale continues to grow and the company is looking to capitalise on this market.”The company is also growing into new markets and is particularly concentrating on expanding overseas sales.

The small resort of Filey has been a family favourite since Edwardian times.

This unspoilt town, with five miles of golden beach in the lee of Filey Brigg headland, has an interesting range of shops and a Folk Museum well worth a visit.

Filey’s Edwardian Festival in June recreates the flavour of the period.