Check Availability About This Cottage Set in the pretty Dales village of Bellerby just a mile and a half from the Wensleydale market town of Leyburn and centrally situated for exploring the whole of the Dales. Little Beck Cottage is quietly situated, dating back to the s it provides a warm and very comfortable hideaway full of charm and character; with the benefit of gas central heating and a wood burning stove for cooler months and a pretty lawned garden with table and chairs for relaxing on warm summer days. The market towns of Leyburn, Richmond and Hawes are all within easy reach by car with Aysgarth Falls, Castle Bolton, and the Forbidden Corner just a few of the many attractions not to be missed. With gas central heating and comprising: Bed linen and towels provided. Gas central heating and electricity included in the rent. One scuttle of coal and logs for the stove provided in winter months, extra fuel available locally at cost. Garden with table, chairs and barbecue. No smoking in the property please. Parking by the green.
York preserves many examples of Roman architecture in the forts and walls that surround the city. The Normans built their castles and Christianity laid down the stones of the great abbies and churches. The Minster, formerly a Parish Church until 23 November , was completed by about
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Situated in the quaint village of Reeth, the Burgoyne lies in Swaledale one of the northernmost dales in the Yorkshire Dales. Reeth is well connected to the road network via the B which provides direct access to the A1. Darlington railway station which lies on the East Coast mainline is 24 miles away and Durham Tees Airport and Newcastle Airport are both reached within a one and a half hour drive.
Local Attractions The area is steeped in history and boasts a large number of historic landmarks and attractions.
The Orchard, Richmond, North Yorkshire Richmond, DL · 2 Bedrooms · Flat Only three remaining apartments on this development offering the chance to own a property within walking distance of richmond town centre.
A fortnight later, it still appears to be hesitating about its duty — as a publicly-funded organisation — to be totally transparent with the public, the people that the organisation purports to serve, about its decision-making, expenditure, expenses and probity. Now its rather extensive external affairs department has been arguing about its online calendar — and whether it offered sufficient clarity about upcoming business.
It says it does. Even MD Ben Still concurs. The problem is that bodies like WYCA are too internal in their outlook and seem to think their audience is their public sector colleagues. It should not be like this. For this reason, must be the year of transparency in regional government.
Places to visit in North Yorkshire North Yorkshire is England’s largest county, with a wide diversity of scenery, attractions, historic towns and villages. Heritage sites and ancient architecture abounds throughout the County. York Visitors to North Yorkshire often start their holiday in the historic city of York. When you visit, allow plenty of time to explore this ancient city, its unique atmosphere and wonderful attractions such as Jorvik the Viking City , York Dungeon , York Guildhall and Fairfax House.
The busy market town of Selby, situated in the south of the county is dominated by its 11th century abbey, where visitors can see the 14th century Washington Window, depicting the Washington family coat of arms, the inspiration of the American stars and stripes flag. In the surrounding countryside, there are several nature reserves, walks and cycle routes worth exploring.
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The centre has a conference and educational learning facility as well as a souvenir and gift shop. The centre is open daily throughout the summer months. The ancient market town of Hawes has a fascinating history and is well visited by tourists, eager to find out about the local area and the lives of the Dales people. The National Park Centre is dedicated to providing as much information as possible from its premises in the towns’ museum.
The Dales Countryside Museum, housed in the old Hawes railway station holds a collection of interesting life objects and memorabilia about the Dales dating back to prehistoric times and the National Park Centre is part of the information service offered to visitors here. Visiting the centre is a great way to spend a few hours, learning about the life and times of the Hawes townsfolk and finding out where to go, what to look out for and what to do.
The research area and interactive educational exhibits on display are fascinating for all ages and offer a fun and unique way of appreciating the wonders of this delightful area. All the usual maps and guides are available to help visitors make the most of their time in the Dales and the gift shop also stocks a good selection of books, O. S maps and walking guides.
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Dating back to , the Georgian Theatre Royal is the UK’s oldest working theatre in its original form; one of the key jewels in Richmond’s illustrious crown. The theatre was in regular use until before the performances became less frequent when the theatre was let as an auction house in
Upon a Compartment of a Heather Moor proper on the dexter a Lion Or holding in the sinister forepaw a Sword Argent hilt pomel and quillons Gules and resting the sinister hindpaw on a Fountain on the sinister a Lion Or holding in the dexter forepaw two Keys in saltire Argent and resting the dexter hindpaw on a Serpent coiled proper. Granted 29th April The blue and green wavy bendlets represent the streams and the hills of the Dales and the Wolds.
The red mural crown alludes to the gold one which ensigned the arms of the former West Riding CC , with a lion passant guardant, as in the York City arms, and a rose en soleil, which appeared in the former West Riding CC arms. The two lions are distinguished from other such supporters by the two crossed keys representing the ecclesiastical associations of the County, being the main charge in the arms of the Archbishopric, and the Whitby coiled serpent.
The heraldic fountain alludes to the County’s seaboard and again to the Dales. The Compartment consists of a heather moor. Argent on a Chevron Gules between two Shuttles fessewise in chief and in base as many Pickaxes in saltire proper a Falcon wings elevated and holding in the dexter claw a Padlock Or between two Boar’s Heads couped of the last each holding in the mouth a Cross patee fitchee in pale of the first a Chief Sable thereon a Cross patee between two Covered Cups all within a Bordure embattled Or.
On the dexter side a Glass-Blower supporting in his exterior hand a Blow-Pipe issuant therefrom in base a Glass Bottle and on the sinister side a Miner his. Pit Lamp suspended from his neck supporting in his exterior hand a Pick-Axe proper all upon a Compartment composed of a Grassy Mount to the dexter and a Pile of Coal to the sinister all proper. The arms are based upon those of the former County Borough of Barnsley, with the addition of an embattled gold border to suggested the surrounding areas now included in the Metropolitan Borough.
The two shuttles represent the linen trade, one of Barnsley’s main industries in the 19th century and the crossed pick axes represent the mining industry. The falcon and padlock are taken from the arms of Joseph Locke, the eminent civil engineer who was responsible for the construction of many railways in Britain and abroad and whose widow gave the beautiful Locke Park to the town in his memory.
The two boars’ heads are taken from the arms of the Beckett family, bankers and merchants who had various interests in Barnsley and the surrounding areas.