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Black Sheep cask ale production to resume

Black Sheep Brewery has restarted production of cask beer in Masham, in anticipation of the proposed opening of pubs in July following a near three-month closure as a result of Covid-19.  Read more

Take a Trip Down Memory Lane.

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Going, Going, Gone!

Dinner with North Yorkshire Moors Railway's Piglet anyone?  Read more

Going, Going, Gone!

Dinner with North Yorkshire Moors Railway's Piglet anyone?  Read more

Kiplin Hall to help Key Workers

Country retreat in rural North Yorkshire offers a place of tranquility and healing to key workers once the lockdown is lifted.  Read more

Virtual Shop at North Yorkshire Moors Railway

North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) has expanded its online shop to include a virtual store, which includes being able to purchase a virtual journey along the stunning heritage line, a tour of a steam locomotive’s footplate, and even a piping hot cup of Yorkshire brew or a bacon sarnie - all of which can be enjoyed whilst self-isolating on the sofa.  Read more

Kiplin at a Distance

Although Kiplin Hall & Gardens will be closed for the foreseeable future in response to government advice, virtual visitors can share in a wealth of fascinating historic content online.  Read more

Sustainable Distillery Celebrates International Day of Forests

Cooper King Distillery is celebrating an exciting milestone in their support of environmental charity Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT).  Read more

Harewood House Grounds & Gardens Remain Open

From this Saturday, 21 March, Harewood House Trust will only reopen its Grounds and Gardens after the winter closing, in a move to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Harewood Bird Garden, in addition to offering the public the opportunity to explore recreational activity across uplifting open spaces, with loved ones or alone, during this challenging time.  Read more

Black Sheeps Transatlantic Beer

Black Sheep Brewery has created a unique transatlantic ale for its first seasonal beer of 2020, Brave New World.  Read more

A Significant Year to Celebrate Flight

Fifty-year-old flamingos, the first penguins in a country house and a passion and commitment for wildlife and conservation, the Bird Garden at Harewood is an accredited zoo and first opened to the public in spring 1970, when entry cost 3/- for adults and 2/- for children and was hailed in the press as ‘one of England’s most comprehensive collections of rare and exotic birds from all parts of the world.’  Read more

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