Not sure what to do this Yorkshire Day? Well here's 10 ideas:
1. Yorkshire Day Festival at Wentbridge House. A great family day out, with something for everyone be it a brass band, Punch and Judy, vintage cars, hog roast, fine cheeses, welly wanging or flat cap flinging with ITV Calendar's Jon Mitchell. Adults £2, Children £1, Family, £5. Wentbridge House. 29th July.
2. Hear Yorkshire's finest bands perform against the stunning backdrop of Brodsworth Hall. Bring along your deck chairs for an afternoon of superb music. Adults £10, Children £6. 2nd August.
3. Yorkshire Day celebrations at Sewerby Hall, with morris dancing, a town crier competition and more. Free, but hall admission charges apply. 1st August.
4. ‘Clash of Knights'. Four teams of armoured knights fight with medieval clubs and shields but only one will triumph. Revel in the atmostphere of the encampment as it buzzes with activity of everyday medieval life. Enjoy merry music while your budding young knights test their bravery on the field and burn off energy in battle drills. Adults £6, Children £3.50. Scarborough Castle. 1st & 2nd August.
5. Live theatrical production of The Railway Children featuring York Theatre Royal and the original steam locomotice from the film. From £17. National Railway Museum, York. Shows run throughout July and August.
6. Get lost in the largest (and award winning) maze in the U.K. It's made from over 1 million maize plants and features an all-new design - this time featuring the heads of Yorkshire legends Geoffrey Boycott, Jeremy Clarkson, and Brian Blessed. Adults £13.50, Children £12.50. York Maze. Open daily.
7. Children's theatre. Take part in an interactive performance of well-loved children's stories, or just sit and relax while you watch. Free, but park admission charges apply. Rievaulx Terrace. 2nd August.
8. Try rock climbing on the rocks at Brimham. You'' be guided and watched over by the climbing instructors from Harrogate Climbing Centre. £7 per person. Advanced booking required. Brimham Rocks. Saturday 1st August.
9. Pop up BBQ at Studley tearoom, in the beautiful surroundings of Fountains Abbey. Free but park admission charges apply. Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden. 1st and 2nd August.
10. Think you know the story of Dracula? You need to hear his tale in the setting of Bram Stoker's inspiration, Whitby Abbey. Three actors bring the famous story of Dracula to life. Adults £7, Children £5. Whitby Abbey. 1st and 2nd August.