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What's new? Yorkshire Allsorts #004
June 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?
No need to look elsewhere - Yorkshire-Visitors-Guide.com is growing into the all in one place to find all you need and want to know about Yorkshire, England.
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16th June 2007
Les Hutton here. I'm the person behind the Yorkshire-Visitors-Guide.com web site. I'd like to warmly welcome you to issue number 4 of Yorkshire Allsorts - my free monthly e-zine.
This month we've again been out and about researching and shooting some great photos for the Yorkshire Visitors Guide.
In May we spent a delightful Sunday afternoon amongst the crowds of folk enjoying the nostalgic atmosphere of a 1940's weekend over in Haworth.
You'll also find a new page about the North Yorkshire town of Pickering. A surprising place, well worth a visit.
It was becoming obvious that I would soon need a page introducing myself to my visitors. I'm normally a modest, shy, retiring type but this month I've put together a few words about myself. Hope you find them interesting!
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?
It was fun and games in Haworth when the Yanks and Tommies, Germans and Russians invaded the village with their Jeeps and armoured trucks. Many people were there dressed in the fashions of the 1940's war years. Mr. Winston Churchill was there to give a special, patriotic speech and there was singing and dancing in the streets! ...
A great time was had by all. I've put some photos on the web site that hopefully capture the spirit of the festival. Find these at Haworth's 1940's weekend
Look out for the new page about Pickering - a picturesque and busy market town on the southern fringes of the North York Moors. A marvellous central base from which to discover the many and varied attractions round and about ... Full article here On the web site you can find the Pickering page from the navigation links on the left of the page - follow Towns and Cities. Or from the site map page
Last - but not least. Please allow me to introduce myself ...
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. I really would like to know what you think about a gallery to display photos of Yorkshire! Hope you'll stay around for the next issue.
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