Follow News Yorkshire on TwitterNews Yorkshire on FacebookNorth Yorkshire RSS Feed
Mon 21 Aug 2017
News Yorkshire

Whitby's White Horse and Griffin to Host Cycling Tour Party

122 days ago - North
Whitby's White Horse and Griffin to host cycling tour party. Whitby’s historic White Horse and Griffin is the final destination for charity bike riders completing the first-ever Great Inns Northern Cycle Tour on Wednesday (April 26). -> Read more at Whitby Gazette

related news items

North Lincolnshire Set to Host Entire Tour of Britain Cycling Stage

116 days ago - South
North Lincolnshire set to host entire Tour of Britain cycling stage. North Lincolnshire will host an entire stage of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain for the first time... -> Read more at South Yorkshire Times

Sheffield Chosen to Host Top Cycling Race

103 days ago - South
Sheffield chosen to host top cycling race. Elite cyclists are gearing up to descend on Sheffield after the city was chosen to host a top cycle race. -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Laceby Prepares to Host 128th Garden Party

Laceby Prepares to Host 128th Garden Party75 days ago - East
Laceby prepares to host 128th garden party. Laceby's annual garden party returns this weekend for an incredible 128th year. Held since the late 1800s, final preparations... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Pendle Mayoress to Host Earby Garden Party

Pendle Mayoress to Host Earby Garden Party116 days ago - North
Pendle mayoress to host Earby garden party. THE Pendle Mayoress' Garden Party will be held from 11am to 3pm on Monday at The Old Grammar School in Earby. -> Read more at Craven Herald

Cycling Chiefs Tour Scarborough

116 days ago - North
Cycling chiefs tour Scarborough. Yorkshire tourism chief Sir Gary Verity was joined by the director of the Tour de France to see some of the community... -> Read more at The Scarborough News

Cycling Chiefs Tour Yorkshire

117 days ago - West
Cycling chiefs tour Yorkshire. Yorkshire tourism chief Sir Gary Verity was joined by the director of the Tour de France to see some of the community projects taking... -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post