Towns of Yorkshire Deep Dive: Todmorden

Todmorden is a picturesque market town. Nestled in the Upper Calder Valley in Calderdale. It has a small population of around 15 thousand people, yet boasts stunning views of the Pennine valleys and moorland. Early History: Various bronze age items have been discovered in the area. Most notably around the Blackheath Barrow, a ring cairn

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People of Yorkshire: Emily Bronte

“Emily” , a soon to be released film set and filmed in glorious Yorkshire. Is a biographical film about the famous Yorkshire woman Emily Bronte. Join us as we explore more about this extraordinary woman. Early Life Emily Bronte was born on the 30th of July 1818. Initially she lived with her family in Thornton

5 Of The Best Breweries In Yorkshire

Yorkshire and beer. Never a better pairing. Up and down the land brits enjoy beer, from ales to stouts. However no place from Land’s End to John O’Groats really does it as well as Yorkshire. Join us in exploring some of the best breweries in God’s Own County. Black Sheep The Black Sheep Brewery is

Towns of Yorkshire Deep Dive: Malton

Malton is a market town in the North of Yorkshire. The town has a population of around 13 thousand people and is located to the north of the river Derwent, which forms the historic boundary between the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire. Malton was named Dog friendliest town in 2018 and 2019. In 2020

In Memory Of Her Majesty The Queen

Join us in Paying homage to the memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Yorkshire folk as a whole will have fond memories and emotions towards our dearly departed monarch. As we look back on some of the times Queen Elizabeth visited the verdant lands of the white rose, feel free to share your memories

Interesting places in the Yorkshire Dales

We all know and love the rolling hills of the Yorkshire dales. It is the perfect place to holiday and walk. Explore with us some of Yorkshire’s finest places in the dales that you should visit! Malham cove Malham cove is a large curved rock face. It was formed by a waterfall during the last

History: Arthington Priory

Arthington Priory was once a flourishing home to a community of nuns. Little if anything remains of the priory now, but its history within Yorkshire should be honoured. Foundation The Cluniac congregation received a grant from Peter De Arthington to found the prior. The Priory received a church in Maltby in South Yorkshire. The Archbishop