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We at Welcome to Yorkshire secretly think that Yorkshire Day should be celebrated 365 days a year. However we'll just have to settle for 1st August and make it an extra special day! Celebrate all things Yorkshire when the UK's largest county comes together to indulge in vast quantities of regional pride. With so much on offer to do, we hope you gain some inspiration from the options suggested below.

 

Yorkshire Anthem

A twist on the Yorkshire classic!

single_coverA star-studded new version of On Ilkla Moor Baht ‘At featuring a rap by a film star has been released today, on Yorkshire Day (August 1), to showcase the county worldwide.

The track is Yorkshire's own national anthem and has been reworked to breathe life into the piece of cultural heritage.

It follows an initial campaign by music teacher and musical director, Gordon Eddison from Otley, to raise awareness of the anthem after it was suggested only 10 per cent of young people in the UK's biggest county were even aware of the song.

The new version features a collection of Yorkshire stars; it includes a rap by film and stage actor Brian Blessed, vocals by soprano Lesley Garrett and singer/songwriter Alistair Griffin, music from the Grimethorpe Colliery Band and vocals from the Yorkshire choir Rock Up and Sing.

X Factor singer and Yorkshire Regiment soldier Jonjo Kerr also features on the track and profits will go to the Heroes Children Fund charity (of which Jonjo is a patron), the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the Yorkshire Regiment's charity.

It has been produced by Artistic Producer on The X-Factor, Eliot Kennedy. The Sheffield-based songwriter has written and recorded with some of the world's biggest acts including Take That and the Spice Girls.

The track will be available to download on Yorkshire Day (August 1) on iTunes and a video is available to watch on You Tube at www.youtube.com/user/welcometoyorkshire

If you like this charity single, please help to spread the Yorkshire love and share it on Twitter and Facebook.

Happy Yorkshire Day!!

Events happening on Yorkshire Day

Skipton 2013 Yorkshire Day

When? Skipton will host the Official Yorkshire Day Celebrations this year from Thursday 1 Aug until Sunday 4 Aug.

After Scarborough's success last year, the baton has been passed to Skipton who will be hosting a four day festival of Yorkshire celebrations, featuring a wide range of exciting events, from ‘A Night at the Opera' featuring over 100 nationally and internationally renowned musicians, to boat trips, the popular giant screen TV and even an urban beach at the Canal Basin.

Castle Howard, York - Yorkshire Day Food Market

When? Thursday 1st August 2013 10am-4pm in the Stable Courtyard. Entry is free

Sample delicious local produce in the stunning surroundings of Castle Howard, with over 30 stalls selling a wide selection of produce from across the county as well live music and face painters in the Courtyard.

‘Ring of Roses Project'

When? Thursday 1st August 2013 at 11:38am - which represents 1,138 years since the Ridings were first mentioned in the Anglo Saxon Chronicles.

An ambitious collaborative project to celebrate Yorkshire Day. The plan is to fly the Yorkshire flag in all towns, villages and hamlets that sit on or near the true county boundary at the same time, creating a real-life visual representation of Yorkshire's boundary from an aerial view.

Yorkshire Day celebrations - Leeds Visitor Centre

When? Thursday 1st August 2013. Starting 11am.

In celebration of Yorkshire Day on 1 August 2013, Leeds Visitor Centre is hosting a day of activities for the city's residents and visitors to come together and applaud all that is great about the county. Yorkshire Day celebrations will kick off at Leeds Visitor Centre from 11am and continue into the afternoon, with all proceeds from the day being donated to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Attendees will have the opportunity to take in the sights of Leeds with a guided city walk by Blue Badge Guide, Ken Goor, starting at 12.30pm. Throughout the day, tastebuds will be tickled with a Leeds Food Academy cooking demonstration and the Old Yorkshire Store food stall, as well as home-made food and refreshments. Attendees wanting to prove their loyalty to the county will be put to the test with a Yorkshire quiz.

Yorkshire Day at Scarborough Spa

When? Thursday 1st August - Starting 9am.

There's an event packed day planned at Scarborough Spa including Stilt Walkers, Magic Mike Summer Show Preview, a tour of the Spa, a Spa Orchestra Free Morning Concert, a Tour of the Spa, a Howard Beaumont Free Concert, a Summer Spectacular Preview and Music in Farrer's to end the day!

Yorkshire Day at Wentrbidge House, Pontefract

When? Yorkshire Day at Wentbridge House will run from 12 noon until 7pm. Free Entry! All in aid of our Chosen Charities - Yorkshire Air Ambulance and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Join Wentbridge House to enjoy Yorkshire Day and celebrate everything that is Yorkshire! Last year saw Birds of Prey Display, Mobile Animal Farm, Yorkshire Wine Tasting Sessions, Punch and Judy Show, Face Painting, Archery, Clay Pigeon Shooting and Flat Cap Flinging... this year? Even more!

Yorkshire Day: The County's Finest Foods & Wines at the Talbot Hotel, Malton

When? Thursday 1st August 2013, from 12pm

Celebrate Yorkshire Day with the best wines and foods produced here in God's own county. The Talbot have discovered some superb wines that they know you will enjoy and these will be matched with locally produced food expertly prepared by the kitchen team. Call in - there will be tastings all day culminating in a fabulous three-course Yorkshire dinner including wines to match, coffee and Yorkshire fudge - all this for just £59 per person

For further information give them a call on 01653 639096.

Artisan Fayre, Barnsley

Thursday 1 August, 9am - 4pm, Barnsley town centre

Over 30 exhibitors with goods, many handmade ranging from jewellery to driftwood house scenes, various textile crafts, plants and lots more to celebrate Yorkshire Day!

Yorkshire Day: Tea Party

Thursday 1 August, From 12pm, The Mill, Batley

Head to The Mill, Batley on August 1st for a fun packed day. There will be bouncy castles, giant garden games, biscuit decorating, raffles, treasure hunts and a teddy bears picnic! There will also be entertainment from the Yorkshire Dialect Society as well as stalls and games to entertain all!

 

Other Ideas

There's always plenty to do in Yorkshire, and this is most definitely the case on Yorkshire Day. We'd like to encourage everyone to get out and explore the amazing things that Yorkshire has to offer.


Delicious Trails

AleOne of the best ways to experience what Yorkshire has to offer is by trying one of our Delicious Trails. The Ale, Fish & Chip and Tea Trails have all been refreshed and updated and this year we have a new and exciting trail - the Dairy to Deli Trail. Here's a brief description of each trail.

  • Tea Trail - Our trail features everything from information on our wonderful producers and tea companies to places in perfect surroundings where you can enjoy a good brew. While we couldn't fit in every place to enjoy a good cuppa, these examples highlight some of the ones definitely worth a visit. So enjoy exploring and we truly hope our trail will be everyone's cup of tea!
  • Ale Trail - Whether you venture far from home or just pop along to your local, you can be sure of a warm welcome in any of Yorkshire's pubs. Our Delicious Ale Trail allows you to find your way to the excellent ales around the county so wherever you are or whatever you are doing, get ready to enjoy a proper pint or two - a real taste to savour.
  • Fish & Chip Trail - Fish and chips are one of our Great British institutions, whether eaten straight from the paper or from a plate, with mushy peas or a nice glass of wine, you can't beat a good portion of Yorkshire fish and chips. We believe there are some of the finest fish and chip restaurants and take-aways in the world right here in Yorkshire and while we couldn't fit them all in, we wanted to give visitors a taste of some of the best places for great fish and chips.
  • Dairy to Deli Trail -Yorkshire is famed for providing the finest local produce, sought after by food lovers throughout the UK and overseas. We've got everything, from Farm shops to dairy producers and markets to specialist delis offering a multitude of delights, including: mature grass-fed beef, Dales lamb, famous Yorkshire cheeses, chutneys, baked goods, luxury ice creams, chocolates and beer. Yorkshire's food producers have a real passion for flavour that has turned the county in to a culinary hothouse!

Whatever you choose to do - enjoy what Yorkshire has to offer and have an awesome Yorkshire Day!

Something new to read?

Why not celebrate Yorkshire Day by purchasing a copy of It's Raining Men, the new novel by Barnsley author Milly Johnson?

It's Raining Men

A summer getaway to remember. But is a holiday romance on the cards...?

Best friends from work May, Lara and Clare are desperate for some time away. They have each had a rough time of it lately and need some serious R & R. So they set off to a luxurious spa for ten glorious days, but when they arrive at their destination, it seems it is not the place they thought it was. In fact, they appear to have come to entirely the wrong village...

Here in Ren Dullem nothing is quite what it seems; the lovely cobbled streets and picturesque cottages hide a secret that the villagers have been keeping hidden for years. Why is everyone so unfriendly and suspicious? Why does the landlord of their holiday rental seem so rude? And why are there so few women in the village?

Despite the strange atmosphere, the three friends are determined to make the best of it and have a holiday to remember. But will this be the break they all need? Or will the odd little village with all its secrets bring them all to breaking point...?

 

Become a Yorkshire Champion on Yorkshire Day!

We believe Yorkshire people are World champions when it comes to being proud of where they live - and it's easy to see why.

We've got the best coastline, the most stunning scenery, vibrant cities and beautiful market towns - not to mention the best food and drink in the land, and great people, full of talent an character.

We absolutely love Yorkshire. It's why we do what we do - and now we're asking you, on Yorkshire Day, to help us do even more.


Your County needs you!

Jomapletoft2Being a Yorkshire Champion is all about pride, passion and belief in Yorkshire.

Yorkshire Champions will not only support the work we do, but be proud, passionate ambassadors for the county - all things that come naturally to Yorkshire folk.

For a one-off annual fee of just £50, you'll benefit from:

  • An exclusive Y pin badge
  • FREE annual subscription to This is Y - Yorkshire's award winning consumer magazine
  • Monthly e-newsletters keeping you up-to-date with all the latast events
  • A Yorkshire Champion welcome pack crammed full of Yorkshire goodies!
  • FREE Hi Life Diners Club annual membership (worth £49.95 on it's own!)
  • Exclusive offers and discounts that you won't find anywhere else!

What's not to like? Join the growing number of Yorkshire Champions today!

Visit our website: www.yorkshirechampions.com

Yorkshire Day on Social Media

Ybadge_ChampionsAs always we will be on spreading the news of all that is going on during Yorkshire Day on social media.

To join in follow us on @Welcome2Yorks and @WTYMembership. Tell us what you are up to, how you are making the most of the day and don't forget to add #YorkshireDay to your tweet.

Don't forget to share your Yorkshire Day images with us on our Facebook page too. Find us at www.facebook.com/welcometoyorkshire

Finally, look out for our special Welcome to Yorkshire give away on Yorkshire Day. We'll have a prize rammed full of Yorkshire goodies for your enjoyment. Watch this space!