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Events

Monday, June 10, 2019

Fountains Abbey celebrates beer and bread in an exciting new street food collaboration

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A new exhibition in Hawes focuses on a year in the life of hill farmer Alison O'Neill

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Events and entertainment around the county chosen for you by Tony Greenway

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Hetti Lawrence from Yorkshire Wildlife Trust suggests some ways to get closer to nature during the 30 Days Wild campaign

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Food & Drink

Friday, June 14, 2019

Chef Sabrina Ghayour has upped sticks from London to make Yorkshire her home. She's passionate about the produce on her doorstep. Kathryn Armstrong found out more over cake and scones.

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The luxurious Principal York will host this year's Yorkshire Life Food and Drink Awards. A fitting venue for a fabulous occasion.

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The duo behind a new café at York Art Gallery sketch out their ideas

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There's no chance you'll go hungry in Hull. Martin Pilkington went along to get a taste of the city's thriving food and drink scene.

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Hull

It's the UK's fastest growing diet and now vegans can enjoy afternoon tea at Bettys.

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Afternoon Tea Bettys

Places

Preserving a town's character without losing its vitality is not easy, but Stokesley, on the edge of the North York Moors, seems to be up to the challenge.

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Hannah Phillip, The director of Fairfax House in York celebrates ten years of fashion, flutes and unmentionable French fancies

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York

Richard Darn takes a stroll off the beaten path and discovers Baytown's fascinating past

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Robin Hoods Bay

Don't let that sleepy, picturesque facade fool you, says Tony Greenway. There's lots going on the beautiful market town of Helmsley.

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Helmsley

Style

Thursday, May 30, 2019

This innovative anti-aging moisturiser is the beauty staple you never knew you needed

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Damp earth, blood, stones and milk - they're all in a days work for a York 'sniffologist'

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Walks

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

James Austin from York is delivery officer for The Ramblers. Here he shares a favourite walk by the river Wharfe and Bolton Abbey

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

The Yorkshire countryside is full of natural beauty, but these man-made features provide the perfect backdrop to experiencing the great outdoors.

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Wednesday, May 8, 2019

The scenery on this walk through the Howardian Hills from North Grimston is a reminder of the size and majesty of the county.

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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Head for the the heights with this selection of walks on higher ground in Yorkshire.

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

The paths are rough and steep but worth the effort to experience a different side of the South Pennines.

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Competitions

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One lucky reader will win a two night bed and breakfast stay with dinner and a three hour Thermal Journey in The Spa at Low Wood Bay Spa.

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Win tickets for an unforgettable night at Castle Howard Proms on Saturday 3 August 2019.

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The lucky winner will receive a three night weekend or 4 night mid-week stay for up to four people in one of the 2 bedroomed self-catering cottages between September and November.

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Gardens

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

What did you grow in the war? Experts want to hear from you

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Photography

Friday, March 1, 2019

Each month we showcase the work of a Yorkshire artist or photographer. This month we feature long-time photographer at the Yorkshire coast, Tony Bartholomew

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photography

Each month we showcase the work of a Yorkshire photographer or artist. This month it's photographer Charlotte Graham.

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Photographer profile - Martin Jenkinson

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

We often showcase the work of exceptional artists and photographers. This month we feature the work of photojournalist Martin Jenkinson whose first retrospective exhibition has opened at a South Yorkshire museum.

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Homes & Gardens

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Could one of these properties be your new home?

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St John's Mews will appeal to a range of owner occupiers, investors, first time buyers and buyers looking to retire and change their lifestyle.

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Five homes that are perfet for green-fingered buyers.

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Yorkshire-grown house builder Duchy Homes has just been announced as one of the highest-rated house builders in the country as it has been awarded the prestigious Home Builders Federation five-star award for customer satisfaction.

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Local People

Thursday, June 6, 2019

A new exhibition in Hawes focuses on a year in the life of hill farmer Alison O'Neill

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Discover a place that is full of magic and inspiration in Yorkshire

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Ad Feature What are the advantages of private healthcare?

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

The Nuffield Health York Hospital explain how private healthcare can help you receive the treatment you need on your terms.

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Celebrity Interviews

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Jamie Cullum will be showcasing songs from his new album at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival - and it's going to be emotional

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David Hepworth, the rock journalist and broadcaster, talks to Tony Greenway about The Beatles and Live Aid

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Tony Greenway

Unique, experimental exhibition, When All is Quiet explores the boundaries between art and music.

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Events

Monday, June 10, 2019

Fountains Abbey celebrates beer and bread in an exciting new street food collaboration

Read Full Story »

A new exhibition in Hawes focuses on a year in the life of hill farmer Alison O'Neill

Read Full Story »

Events and entertainment around the county chosen for you by Tony Greenway

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Hetti Lawrence from Yorkshire Wildlife Trust suggests some ways to get closer to nature during the 30 Days Wild campaign

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Arts

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Kane Cunningham is an artist whose latest studio is located in the renovated Old Parcels Office in Scarborough railway station. This month, he opens the space to the public as part of the 2019 North Yorkshire Open Studios. He spoke to Tony Greenway

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A play about the late Bradford-born Andrea Dunbar - who wrote Rita, Sue and Bob Too - premieres this month in Yorkshire. Tony Greenway finds out more

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A major sculpture festival is launched across the county this month, bringing famous names and specially commissioned artworks to galleries and city centres.

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