Sheffield Tour de France Campsite Reopens

33 days ago
Sheffield Tour de France campsite reopens. A new campsite set up for the Tour de France’s visit to Yorkshire is reopening on a permanent basis. -> Read more at The Star

Tour de France Road Signs are Stolen

Tour de France Road Signs are Stolen37 days ago
Tour de France road signs are stolen. TOUR de France fans wanting to follow the route of the Grand Depart through Yorkshire have been left baffled - after the signs were uprooted by thieves. -> Read more at York Press

Grimsby Town Fans Meet Mariners Stars at Blundell Park Open Day

Grimsby Town Fans Meet Mariners Stars at Blundell Park Open Day45 days ago
Grimsby Town fans meet Mariners stars at Blundell Park open day. GRIMSBY Town's Open Day was a huge success, with fans flocking to Blundell Park to meet their heroes. As reported, the free event, which was organised by the Mariners Trust, gave fans the opportunity to watch an open training session, take photos with the players and collect autographs. There was also a bouncy castle... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Cycling Friends Give Tour a Run for Its Money with Fundraising Ride to Paris

Cycling Friends Give Tour a Run for Its Money with Fundraising Ride to Paris49 days ago
Cycling friends give Tour a run for its money with fundraising ride to Paris. AN Armed Forces charity has received a boost from cycle fans who rode to Paris for the finale of the Tour de France. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

National Trust Properties to Host Open Days This Weekend

National Trust Properties to Host Open Days This Weekend7 days ago
National Trust properties to host open days this weekend. HISTORIC properties across York will be among those throwing open their doors this weekend as part of the Heritage Open Days. -> Read more at York Press

Charitable Trust Could be Solution to North York Moors National Park Funding Crisis

Charitable Trust Could be Solution to North York Moors National Park Funding Crisis2 days ago
Charitable trust could be solution to North York Moors National Park funding crisis. CASH-STRAPPED bosses of the North York Moors National Park look set to launch an independent charitable trust to open up new sources of funding. -> Read more at York Press

Yorkshire Hotels on the Up Thanks to Tour de France Effect

Yorkshire Hotels on the Up Thanks to Tour de France Effect16 days ago
Yorkshire hotels on the up thanks to Tour de France effect. THIS year's Tour de France Grand Depart in Yorkshire provided a major boost to the health of the region's hotels, a new report has confirmed. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Thieves Put Tour de France Legacy at Risk

Thieves Put Tour de France Legacy at Risk38 days ago
Thieves put Tour de France legacy at risk. THE long-term legacy of the Tour de France is being put in jeopardy – by thieves seeking mementoes of North Yorkshire's historic Grand Depart. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

Leeds Tour de France Landmark to be Auctioned off

40 days ago
Leeds Tour de France landmark to be auctioned off. A LANDMARK from along the Tour de France’s route in Yorkshire is being sold off to give a lasting memento for the race’s hugely successful Grand Départ in the region. -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Self-employed Builder Fined £1,000 for Smashing Jug in Front of Tour de France Peleton

Self-employed Builder Fined £1,000 for Smashing Jug in Front of Tour de France Peleton28 days ago
Self-employed builder fined £1,000 for smashing jug in front of Tour de France peleton. A MAN who smashed a glass jug in the road shortly before the arrival of the Tour de France peleton has been fined £1,000. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

Self-employed Builder Fined £1,000 for Smashing Jug in Front of Tour de France Peloton

Self-employed Builder Fined £1,000 for Smashing Jug in Front of Tour de France Peloton28 days ago
Self-employed builder fined £1,000 for smashing jug in front of Tour de France peloton. A MAN who smashed a glass jug in the road shortly before the arrival of the Tour de France peloton has been fined £1,000. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

Wooden Bikes are a Tour de France Triumph

Wooden Bikes are a Tour de France Triumph31 days ago
Wooden bikes are a Tour de France triumph. THE triumphant Grand Depart of the Tour de France has had an unexpected legacy – thanks to hundreds of wooden yellow bikes. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

The Grand Impact of Tour de France on Bradford District

The Grand Impact of Tour de France on Bradford District45 days ago
The grand impact of Tour de France on Bradford district. IT has been one month since the world-famous Tour de France raced through Yorkshire - and the Bradford district is still buzzing. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Tour de France Legacy at Risk as Thieves Steal Signs Mapping Route to Sell Online

Tour de France Legacy at Risk as Thieves Steal Signs Mapping Route to Sell Online38 days ago
Tour de France legacy at risk as thieves steal signs mapping route to sell online. THE long-term legacy of the Tour de France is being put in jeopardy – by thieves seeking mementoes of North Yorkshire's historic Grand Depart. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

French Rural Dream Pays off for Former Doncaster Family

23 days ago
French rural dream pays off for former Doncaster family. C’est magnifique! A campsite set up by a former Doncaster couple who decided to live the dream has been voted the third best in the whole of France.. -> Read more at Doncaster Free Press

Tour de France Hollywood-style Sign Has Poignant New Role

Tour de France Hollywood-style Sign Has Poignant New Role45 days ago
Tour de France Hollywood-style sign has poignant new role. A TOUR de France-inspired Hollywood-style sign in Oxenhope is being deployed again, this time to mark 100 years since Britain's entry into the First World War. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Post Tour de France Boost for Tourism in York

Post Tour de France Boost for Tourism in York48 days ago
Post Tour de France boost for tourism in York. TOURISM in York has enjoyed a big boost in the wake of the Tour de France, with one short break specialist reporting a 60 per cent increase in bookings. -> Read more at York Press

Tour 'prank' Costs Drunk Man £1,000

Tour 'prank' Costs Drunk Man £1,00027 days ago
Tour 'prank' costs drunk man £1,000. A MAN who smashed a glass jug in the road shortly before the arrival of the Tour de France peloton has been fined £1,000. -> Read more at York Press

VIDEO: Le Tour Inspiring More Cyclists

50 days ago
VIDEO: Le Tour inspiring more cyclists. The owners of Cycle Gear say the Tour de France has encouraged more people in Calderdale to take to two wheels... -> Watch at Halifax Courier

Unexpected Legacy of the Tour de France Grand Depart

37 days ago
Unexpected legacy of the Tour de France Grand Depart. An unexpected legacy of the visit of the Tour de France Grand Depart to Kirklees has been to prove that car use has a drastic effect on air quality. -> Read more at Kirklees Council

Sign of the Times as Tour Guides Stolen

50 days ago
Sign of the times as Tour guides stolen. Sneaky souvenir-hunters have stripped Sheffield of dozens of special road signs installed to guide visitors to the Tour de France... -> Read more at The Star

Young Le Tour Artists Cycle off with Prizes

43 days ago
Young Le Tour artists cycle off with prizes. Youngsters have been given awards for their success in a colouring competition to coincide with the Tour De France cycle race passing through Calderdale... -> Read more at Halifax Courier

Tour Inspires Sheffield Workers' Charity Bike Ride

47 days ago
Tour inspires Sheffield workers' charity bike ride. Four colleagues inspired by the Tour de France cycled from Sheffield to Paris to raise funds for charity... -> Read more at The Star

Silsden Continues to Build on Tour Legacy

Silsden Continues to Build on Tour Legacy22 days ago
Silsden continues to build on Tour legacy. SILSDEN groups are holding a celebration event to continue the legacy of the Tour de France. -> Read more at Craven Herald

Tour Company Marks Milestone Anniversary

Tour Company Marks Milestone Anniversary36 days ago
Tour company marks milestone anniversary. A COACH tour operator which is one of Yorkshire's oldest travel firms is marking its 65th anniversary with a an open day. -> Read more at York Press