Sheffield Tour de France Campsite Reopens

4 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

National Trust is to Build on the Legacy of Le Tour

National Trust is to Build on the Legacy of Le Tour35 days ago
National Trust is to build on the legacy of Le Tour. THE National Trust has said it was proud to be a part of the Tour de France - one of the biggest event in the county's history. -> Read more at Craven Herald

Police Will Monitor Tour Crowds in Skipton

Police Will Monitor Tour Crowds in Skipton49 days ago
Police will monitor Tour crowds in Skipton. CAMPSITE bookings a week before the Tour de France this weekend were slightly lower than expected. -> Read more at Craven Herald

Yorkshire Sends off Tour de France

Yorkshire Sends off Tour de France47 days ago
Yorkshire sends off Tour de France. Thousands of cycling fans gather in Yorkshire as Chris Froome begins his defence of the Tour de France in Leeds. -> Read more at BBC News

Yorkshire Set for Tour de France Start

Yorkshire Set for Tour de France Start48 days ago
Yorkshire set for Tour de France start. Up to two million fans are expected on the roads of Yorkshire this weekend as Chris Froome starts his Tour de France defence. -> Read more at BBC News

Yorkshire Ready for Tour de France Start

Yorkshire Ready for Tour de France Start47 days ago
Yorkshire ready for Tour de France start. Thousands of cycling fans are gathering in Yorkshire as Chris Froome begins his defence of the Tour de France in Leeds. -> Read more at BBC News

Tour de France Road Signs are Stolen

Tour de France Road Signs are Stolen8 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

VIDEO: Tour de France Fans Camping in Bradfield

47 days ago
VIDEO: Tour de France fans camping in Bradfield. Hundreds of people have set up camp in Bradfield ready for the Tour de France to arrive. -> Watch at Sheffield Telegraph

Meadowhall Extends Opening Hours for Tour De France

48 days ago
Meadowhall extends opening hours for Tour De France. Sheffield’s Meadowhall shopping centre is set to be open longer for shoppers this weekend for the Tour De France... -> Read more at The Star

Grimsby Town Fans Meet Mariners Stars at Blundell Park Open Day

Grimsby Town Fans Meet Mariners Stars at Blundell Park Open Day16 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

Tour Puts National Park on the Map

Tour Puts National Park on the Map42 days ago
Tour puts national park on the map. HUNDREDS of thousands of people from far and wide enjoyed stunning scenery, sunny weather and the thrilling spectacle of the Tour de France Grand Départ as it wound its way through the Yorkshire Dales National Park. -> Read more at Craven Herald

Five Million Fans Create Tour de France History

45 days ago
Five million fans create Tour de France history. FIVE million spectators received cycling’s ultimate accolade last night after Tour de France chiefs lavished praise on Yorkshire’s unrivalled Grand Départ and how the county had “raised the bar” for all future hosts of the event... -> Read more at Yorkshire Post

VIDEO: Fans Raced for Le Tour Finish in Sheffield

46 days ago
VIDEO: Fans raced for Le Tour finish in Sheffield. The race for the finish line began hours before the Tour de France Grand Depart left York for Sheffield - with fans turning up at the crack of dawn to line the route, writes Graham Walker,... -> Watch at The Star

Fans to Meet Grimsby Town Heroes at Blundell Park Open Day

Fans to Meet Grimsby Town Heroes at Blundell Park Open Day34 days ago
Fans to meet Grimsby Town heroes at Blundell Park open day. MARINERS fans will be able to meet their heroes at a special open day next month. On Sunday, August 3 at Blundell Park, players will have an open training session, while interacting with the supporters. They will be available to sign autographs, and pose for pictures. Organised by the Mariners Trust, there will also be a bouncy... -> 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 Paris20 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

Student Exhibition Aims to be Artistic Tour de Force

45 days ago
Student exhibition aims to be artistic Tour de force. A new art exhibition inspired by the Tour de France coming to Yorkshire at Sheffield Hallam University is now open and runs until August 3... -> Read more at The Star

Le Tour: Riders Race Through Hebden Bridge

46 days ago
Le Tour: Riders race through Hebden Bridge. The Tour de France peloton has raced through Hebden Bridge to a soundtrack of cheering from thousands of fans who lined the route... -> Read more at Halifax Courier

Tour de France Safety Plea

Tour de France Safety Plea46 days ago
Tour de France safety plea. VISITORS from East Yorkshire travelling to the second stage of the Tour de France are being urged to keep a safe distance back from the race course. The safety plea follows an accident on Saturday involving a teenage boy who suffered serious leg injuries after falling into the path of a Tour de France team vehicle. The vehicle was following behind the... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Last Chance to Enter Yorkshire Tour Photo Competition to Win Team Sky Jerseys

45 days ago
Last chance to enter Yorkshire Tour photo competition to win Team Sky jerseys. Millions of cheering fans had their cameras at the ready as the Tour de France elite passed through Yorkshire over the weekend, but did you know those snaps could win you a signed Team Sky jersey? -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Ted Mason Wins Buckden Pike Fell Race for the First Time

Ted Mason Wins Buckden Pike Fell Race for the First Time49 days ago
Ted Mason wins Buckden Pike Fell Race for the first time. After the vast numbers who descended on Buckden last year for the Championship Race, it was once more business as usual, with the race reverting to a balance of locals and a few from further afield. -> Read more at Craven Herald

VIDEO: Tour de France in Yorkshire

VIDEO: Tour de France in Yorkshire50 days ago
VIDEO: Tour de France in Yorkshire. The town of Masham has been making preparations for the Tour de France's arrival on Saturday. -> Watch at BBC News

Update: Tour de France

47 days ago
Update: Tour de France. The Police have dealt with a number of road traffic incidents which have not directly affected the Tour de France race.. read more. -> Read more at West Yorkshire Police

VIDEO: Bring Our Tour de France Guide Alive

48 days ago
VIDEO: Bring our Tour de France guide alive. Free with The Star today is our Sheffield Tour de France Grand Depart pocket guide and you can bring it to life with our latest Le Tour videos, writes Graham Walker... -> Watch at Sheffield Telegraph

Help is Offered for Tour de France Legacy Events

Help is Offered for Tour de France Legacy Events44 days ago
Help is offered for Tour de France legacy events. YORK residents who want to reclaim their streets in the wake of the Tour de France parties have been encouraged to seize the initiative. -> Read more at York Press

Tour de France Picture Special - 16 Pages of Photos in Tomorrow's Star

44 days ago
Tour de France picture special - 16 pages of photos in tomorrow's Star. The visit of the Tour de France to Sheffield and South Yorkshire on Sunday will be remembered for decades to come... -> Read more at The Star