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What's new? Yorkshire Allsorts #002
April 16, 2007
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Where can we go? What can we do? What will we see?
Great holiday or vacation questions! - but where to find the answers?
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16th April 2007
Les Hutton here. I'm the person behind the Yorkshire-Visitors-Guide.com web site. I'd like to warmly welcome you to Yorkshire Allsorts - my free monthly e-zine.
Time for issue number two already. Time is really flying by! Yorkshire is really winding herself up for the new season and donning her Spring colours. Everywhere is looking fresh and expectant!
I've been able to get out and about over the Easter break and shoot some great photos for the Yorkshire Visitors Guide.
You'll find a new article about Yorkshire's very own World Heritage site - Saltaire. There are some really lovely photos to let you see a little bit of this hidden gem.
I've also added a section about Yorkshire's stately homes and to date you'll find articles about Harewood House and Castle Howard - two of the most stately of stately homes! No photos for these two yet, I'm afraid - but I hope to fix that before too long.
I really want you to enjoy reading Yorkshire Allsorts and I hope you find something - an idea or thought, perhaps - to take away from each issue.
Whats new on Yorkshire Visitors Guide?
You'll find an article about Saltaire has been added in the History section. It will likely have links from other sections later as it is, very much, a living, lively community in its own right.
Proudly taking its place alongside such gems as Old Havana and its Fortifications, Venice and its Lagoon and the Imperial Palaces of the Ming and Qing Dynasties in Beijing and Shenyang, the tiny village of Saltaire is a little bit of Italy transplanted into the industrial north of England. Many of its buildings have an Italianate air to them. Indeed the mill chimney is modelled on the campanile of a church in Venice!...Full article
The Stately Homes of Yorkshire were built on a truly grand scale. Land and wealth were inherited by the fortunate few ruling families. Passing down from generation to generation or crossing family boundaries by marriage. Ever grander ancestral homes were designed to celebrate the mighty power of the landed gentry and to demonstrate the successful business acumen of their owners ... Full article
What would you like to see on Yorkshire Visitors Guide?
I'd really like to be sure that I'm providing you with useful, interesting features and articles on the Yorkshire-Visitors-Guide.com web site. You could help me to do just that by letting me know what you would like to see there.
I have a contact page on the web site and would love to hear from you with your ideas and thoughts to improve the site - making your visitor experience more enjoyable and useful. You can reach the contact page here
What would you like to see in Yorkshire Allsorts?
It's important to me to know that I'm filling your e-zine with interesting information also. The main purpose of the newsletter is to let you know about new articles and features that have recently been added to the web site. But what else would be worthwhile for you to see in Yorkshire Allsorts?
Again, the contact page on the web site is a great way for you to get in touch and I would love to hear from you with your ideas and thoughts. You can reach the contact page here
Well - that's about it for now. Before next time I'll be busy adding new articles to the web site. Hope you'll stay around for the next issue.
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