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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

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

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Robin Hoods Bay

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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Ad Feature Why you should consider getting a camper van

Friday, May 31, 2019

Thistle Rose Leisure show that your dream holiday may just be on four wheels.

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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

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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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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Celebrate the success of fabulous Yorkshire businesswomen

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Wildife

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Yorkshire's depleted peatlands spell trouble for Yorkshire and the world but you can help Yorkshire Wildlife Trust save this vital landscape.

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A noise wakes you from your sleep - your alarm, coming from your plastic alarm clock. You get out of bed and put on your slippers, 100% polystyrene. You go down to the kitchen and grab the plastic milk bottle from the fridge for your cup of tea - even the teabag contains plastic.

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Holly Sayer from Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, introduces the wildlife that signals the onset of spring

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Ad Feature A look at RSPB Fairburn Ings and St Aidans near Leeds

Monday, February 11, 2019

Opportunities to explore wildlife and nature in West Yorkshire are open to everyone.

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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.

Read Full Story »

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

Read Full Story »
York

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

Read Full Story »
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.

Read Full Story »
Helmsley

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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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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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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10 great hill walks in Yorkshire

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

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

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

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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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photography

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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The beach hut is an iconic feature of the Britsih coast.

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Coastal Yorkshire photography

This reservoir in North Yorkshire attracts visitors all types.

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Harrogate photography

Gallery Photographs of gannets at Bempton Cliffs

Monday, July 9, 2018

There are few sights more spectacular than the congregation of gannets on the North Sea coast.

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photography Flamborough Coastal Yorkshire

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