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The Lone Tree, Malham by Martyn Wright

Our readers share their photos of one of the most popular locations in the Yorkshire Dales

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A history of Yorkshire in 70 objects

Additional items from our history of Yorkshire in 70 objects project

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Flower hayfield in Swaledale

We asked the chief executive of one of the most visited national parks to talk about what makes this place so special.

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Yorkshire Dales
Carl and Donna Brayshaw with author Nick Stead

Villagers can now borrow books down at their local

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Pubs and Bars
WiLd!

Tutti Frutti are a theatre company who specialise in performing for children and young people touring their shows both nationally and internationally. Robe Gemmell caught up with director Wendy Harris about their next show which is a first for the company.

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The Great East Window

Celebrations as work on one of the biggest church restoration projects in Europe is unveiled

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York Minster
John Foxx

John Foxx was the original founder of the popular 70’s band, Ultravox and has a career which has spanned for nearly fifty years. I spoke to John about his time growing up in Chorley where he was born and his involvement in the adaptation of the E.M. Forster short story, “The Machine Stops” by Pilot Theatre and the York Theatre Royal.

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Tour de Yorkshire Stage One in  Bridlington last year Photo Simon Wilkinson

Excitement builds as riders and fans get ready to welcome this year’s Tour de Yorkshire

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Sponsored:Great Reasons to visit the Yorkshire Dales

Monday, April 18, 2016
Park Leisure Holiday Homes

Anyone who has visited the North Yorkshire Dales will be able to tell you that the region is packed with beautiful scenery, historic sites, and locals who are passionate about the history and culture. That’s what makes this region one of the UK’s best undiscovered holiday destinations. Here are some of the reasons you should visit the Dales courtesy of Park Leisure.

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Cow and Calf rocks by Raymond Rickaby

Our readers share their photos of Ilkley

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Ilkley photography

Events

Fri, 01:00
York Mystery Plays

A round up of events in and around Yorkshire during May

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Things to do in Yorkshire
P1 Dale Power Solutions Yorkshire Grand Prix of the Sea

The sporting calendar is revving up for a spectacular summer at the coast, says Janet Deacon.

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Coastal Yorkshire Things to do in Yorkshire
5 things to do in Yorkshire

What's happening in Yorkshire this Bank Holiday weekend?

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Things to do in Yorkshire
Zara Phillips and Drops of Brandy, Chatsworth, 2015  Photo: Fiona Scott-Maxwell

The Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials is approaching fast, and it’s shaping up to be a busy schedule for this stunning event held in the beautiful grounds of Chatsworth House on 13th-15th May

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Heather French, one of the festival directors of Books by the Beach, Scarborough

As authors descend on Scarborough for Books by the Beach, festival director Heather French talks to Jo Haywood about her literary loves. Photographs by Tony Bartholomew

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Scarborough

Wildife

Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Reeedbed royalty, the marsh harrier is a real treat for visitors to Hornsea, including their exciting food passes - Mandy West

Wildlife is at home in a hidden corner of East Yorkshire. Tom Marshall from the Yorkshire Nature Triangle finds out more

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Why do hares go ‘mad’ in March?

Friday, March 4, 2016
Boxing clever - The mad March hares are in fact male and female brown hares vying for each others affections Elliot Neep

With the boxing prowess of Amir Khan and the athletic ability of Usain Bolt, the brown hare is one of Yorkshire’s most intriguing wild creatures. But when it comes to March, are they really going mad? Tom Marshall investigates

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The weed dance is the February highlight of the great crested grebe calendar, and one of natures most stunning courtship rituals (c) Alistair Marsh Photography

It’s the most romantic month of the year and although it’s chilly across Yorkshire’s countryside, the amorous antics of our wildlife can certainly warm the heart. Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s Tom Marshall gets all loved-up

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Handler Chris Wadsworth (left) joins Jon Traill in the West Beck chalk stream to investigate the riverbed gravels at the heart of the ‘Crystal Clear’ project

Horse power has been giving nature a helping hoof in the Wolds. Words and photographs by Tom Marshall

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Avocet flock in flight - Chris Grady

From leaping salmon to the world’s fastest bird and mighty whales to the most delicate of dragonflies and orchids – Yorkshire’s wild side has it all. Tom Marshall picks out some unmissable spots to enjoy this year

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Things to do in Yorkshire

Places

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Flower hayfield in Swaledale

We asked the chief executive of one of the most visited national parks to talk about what makes this place so special.

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Yorkshire Dales
The Great East Window

Celebrations as work on one of the biggest church restoration projects in Europe is unveiled

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York Minster
Saltaire

People who live in this model village are keen to share its uniqueness, says Julie Hemmings. Photographs by Joan Russell

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Saltaire
An artist's impression of the redeveloped Princes Square

The foundations have been laid for a decade which could see some major changes in Harrogate. Paul Mackenzie reports

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Harrogate
The 2015 Tour de Yorkshire in Bridlington

The second Tour de Yorkshire takes place on 29th April to 1st May, the route is over 500km and takes in all four Yorkshire counties. We give you the lowdown on some of our favourite locations along the route

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Walks

Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Bluebells in Middleton Woods, Ilkley

Enjoy this particular woodland walk while you can. Words and photographs by Terry Fletcher

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West Yorkshire walk Ilkley
Whitby. The new Yorkshire coastal path will eventually connect with other routes to create the England Coast Path which will be almost 2,800 miles long

A new coastal path due to open in Yorkshire this summer will eventually form part of a route around England. Words By Paul Mackenzie

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Coastal Yorkshire

Yorkshire Dales walk - Bainbridge

Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Walkers on Cam High Road

Terry Fletcher takes in some record breakers in the Yorkshire Dales on a walk from beautiful Bainbridge

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North Yorkshire walk - Scackleton

Wednesday, February 10, 2016
City of Troy Maze

There’s no need for a wooden horse if you want to take in Troy while on this walk in the hills near Scackleton, writes Terry Fletcher

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Yorkshire Dales walk - Stainforth

Sunday, January 10, 2016
Stainforth Force

A favourite Yorkshire Dales walk for a bright winter’s day. Words and photographs by Terry Fletcher

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Yorkshire Dales Walks

Photography

Yesterday, 20:15
The Lone Tree, Malham by Martyn Wright

Our readers share their photos of one of the most popular locations in the Yorkshire Dales

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photography
Cow and Calf rocks by Raymond Rickaby

Our readers share their photos of Ilkley

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Ilkley photography
Early Morning At Haworth by Chris Hardaker

Our readers find inspiration for their photos in Bronte Country

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Haworth photography
Rotherham, Clifton Park by Josephine Bryant

Spring is here, and it brings an explosion of colour with it. We’ve had some beautiful Spring photos uploaded to our website over the years, here are a few of our favourites

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Spring photography
Cold Dawn in Whitby by Terence Irwin

So will we getting some snow this year? Our readers certainly hope so. We’ve had some beautiful snow photos uploaded to our website over the years, here are a few of our favourites

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photography

The Yorkshire Life 2016 calendar

Monday, November 16, 2015
2016 Yorkshire Life Calendar

Don’t miss the Yorkshire Life calendar which comes free with the December issue of your favourite magazine.

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Whitby Harbour

This month we feature our first set of images by a photographer caputuring the Yorkshire countryside using a drone

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RibbleHead Viaduct by Trevor Wright

Who would have thought a viaduct could be so photogenic?

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photography
Scarborough Funfair by Richard Sayer

Scarborough was originally a medieval settlement, a fishing port and a popular holiday resort. It’s easy to see why our readers love taking photos here

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Coastal Yorkshire photography Scarborough
Hebden Bridge in the Snow by Rebecca Greenwood

Hebden Bridge is without doubt, a great place to visit, but is it a worthy destination for photographers? Take a look at these images from our talented readers

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Hebden Bridge photography
Fountains Abbey water garden by Helen Tabor

Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is beautiful all year round, as these photos by our readers illustrate

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New Mill, Saltaire by Mark Davis

This West Yorkshire model village became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001 and is a popular spot for our local photographers

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Saltaire photography

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