Smiler Bear is in an artistic mood at the moment.

Here are the clues:

  1. It is a seaside village in the Scarborough borough of North Yorkshire.
  2. It is in the North York Moors National Park.
  3. Its name means ‘Landing Place.’
  4. The CBeebies series Old Jack’s Boat starring Bernard Cribbins is set in and filmed here.
  5. The village has a rich history of art with many artists living here in the past.
  6. There are regular art festivals here.
  7. In 1745–46, the village’s most famous resident, Captain James Cook worked here as a grocer’s apprentice where he first gained his passion for the sea.
  8. There is a long tradition of using the coble (a traditional fishing vessel) here.
  9. This section of the UK is known as the “Dinosaur Coast” being predominantly of the Middle and Lower Lias Period.
  10. Many geologists visit or live here so as to study the coastline.

So – where in the world is Smiler Bear?

Tell Mrs Baker (Geography Leader) the answer and she will give you Smilers as prizes.

Now we wonder where Smiler will be next?