It’s almost a year since the Tour de France visited Yorkshire and during that time I have often looked at the photos I took and wondered whether any of them were worth publishing. 2,383 more words
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Yesterday, we went with friends to Haworth’s 1940’s Festival. Haworth (home of the Brontes) is lovely any time of the year but it’s a particularly great setting for a vintage festival (though the steep, crowded, cobbled main road was a bit of a nightmare with a pushchair/toddling toddler!). 321 more words
Aysabaw has nominated me for the Sunshine Award. I do appreciate the thought and humbly accept it.
Unfortunately, I can’t send it forward. Sorry, I just can’t bear the thought of putting someone on the spot and add to his or her stress level when everybody should have fun at this time of the year. 384 more words
This is a beautiful depiction of the town of Haworth by John McGlinchey with some fantastical costumes and outfitted visitors. The video shows many beautiful shots of Haworth as well as showing the steampunk weekend itself, focusing on some particular costumes or events. 141 more words
The success of the visit of the Tour de France to Yorkshire in 2014 took everyone by surprise. The course was challenging, the people came out in droves, villages, towns, even the sheep turned yellow and the wider TV audience saw how stunningly beautiful Yorkshire is. 107 more words