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Local Astronomers Scoop Top National Prize 
Mexborough & Swinton Astronomical Society, a local educational charity, today scooped top prize in a national competition which recognizes best practice …

North York Moors Railway just keeps on winning! 
This popular visitor attraction has been named Large Railway of the Year by the Heritage Railway Association - the body that covers more than 100 heritage …

Reflections of the Yorkist Realm Not rated yet
Reflections of the Yorkist Realm is a new website created by historian David Santiuste and photographer Rae Tan. Now available at www.yorkistrealm.com, …

"Terrarium - dance in a bubble" tours North York Moors National Park, August 2012 Not rated yet
TERRARIUM - DANCE IN A BUBBLE by Simon Birch touring the North York Moors National Park 1-12 August 2012 Adults £10 Children (age 5-16) £5 Children …

Press Release - WALK TOWTON 1461 Not rated yet
WALK TOWTON 1461: A VISITOR GUIDE TO BATTLE-RELATED SITES Authors: Helen Cox & Alan Stringer Medieval history/non-fiction Paperback, 70 pages, 20 …

Five Rise Locks Get New Gates Not rated yet
The magnificent Bingley Five Rise Locks are being fitted with new gates. The 28th and 29th January 2012 were set aside as Open days - when visitors could …

Battle of Towton Society Not rated yet
Come and enjoy this special event.

PRESS RELEASE: NEW PUBLICATION Not rated yet
WALK WAKEFIELD 1460: A VISITOR GUIDE TO BATTLE-RELATED SITES Author: Helen Cox Medieval history/non-fiction Paperback, 50 pages, 16 colour plates, …

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Picture of brightly coloured beach huts at Scarborough on the Yorkshire Coast. Click to see more...

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Dales places to visit...

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Picture of the Upper Falls at Aysgarth

Picture of the bridge and pub at Kettlewell

Walks to try?...

Picture of Tunnel End in the Colne Valley. Click for my description of a walk along the canal towpath.

Picture of Pen-y-Ghent taken from the village of Horton in Ribblesdale. A good place to start a walk. Click for more details.

Picture of the Leeds Liverpool Canal near The Fisherman's Pub. Click for my description of a walk from Saltaire to the Bingley Five Rise Locks