Personal Tour of Yorkshire - David Ford's most interesting
website filled with information and images of Yorkshire with links to
his Places to Go and Gardens to Go websites.
guide to places of interest, landscapes, historic buildings, towns and
villages in the county of Yorkshire
HIstorical Society for 10 years the Barwick-in-Elmet
Historical Society has given
one of the most complete histories of an English Village. The
village has an iron age hillfort, which incorporates a Norman motte and
bailey. The site also has an ipod download for touring the
The Campaign to Protect Rural England
exists to promote the beauty, tranquillity and diversity of rural
England by encouraging the sustainable use of land and other natural
resources in town and country.
Dry Stone Walling Association - is a charitable organisation
committed to the preservation of dry stone walls throughout Great
Britain and to the training of people in the craft of dry stone walling
(drystone dyking in Scotland).
Village Web Site - Grewelthorpe is around 3 miles South of Masham
and 6 miles North of Ripon. It is in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding
- a beautiful landscape open to all. Hackfall appears today to be a
natural wood, a "beautiful wilderness" to quote one of the 19th
century writers who thought Hackfall wood one of the most beautiful
places in the country. In fact it is very much a landscape moulded by
of Oakwell Hall and Country Park:Oakwell Hall is a wonderfully authentic 16th Century Manor
House with 110 acres of country park; it was immortalised by Charlotte
Bronte in her novel "Shirley". The Friends website includes a
virtual tour of the Hall and visitor information as well as details of
Friends activities and a wide variety of events.
Courthouse is a unique arts and resource centre, created and run by
local people, in Otley, West Yorkshire. The old magistrates court has
been transformed into a fully accessible centre for people of all ages.
There's a lively evening events programme with great films, theatre,
music, dance and cabaret. You can drop into the community cafe; visit
the old cell; join a workshop (lots for all ages) use our free computer
room and internet access or enjoy our popular monthly craft fair and
visual arts exhibitions. We're open 6 days a week Mon-Sat from
10am-4pm with events most Fridays and Saturday evenings. Everyone is
welcome. Stay for a few minutes or all day!
web site for information and reports on walking in England
most comprehensive site on the web for Walking in England and Walking on
the Web. Great reports of the walks with complimentary pictures. Many
popular areas covered. This is a humorous and informative site about
walking in Great Britain. Enjoy the walks which include maps, journals,
statistics, elevations and reports of the experience.