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1 Your Account

1.1 Access to the Website and Services is not authorised by any other person or entity using your User ID other than you and you are responsible for preventing such unauthorised use. Individuals and entities whose privilege to access the Website or use the Services has previously been terminated by Yorkshire.com may not register for an account, nor may you designate any such individuals to use your account on your behalf.

1.2 Yorkshire.com relies on User IDs to determine whether users accessing the Website and using our Services are authorised to do so. If someone accesses our Website or Services using a User ID that we have issued to you, we will assume that access has been made by you. You are solely responsible for any and all access to the Website or use of the Services by persons using your User ID. Please notify us immediately if you become aware that your User ID is being used without authorisation.

2 Security and Privacy

2.1 Our secure server software encrypts all your payment card details. The process scrambles all the information, allowing no unauthorised third party to intercept the data. Your browser will confirm that you are shopping in a secure environment by showing either a locked padlock icon or an image of a padlock next to the payment details in the relevant area of the Website.

2.2 Information such as credit card information provided in connection with the purchase of a Deal is maintained with appropriate privacy and security protections. No sensitive information (including credit card details) is held on the Website.

2.3 You agree that information provided to us in connection with the purchase of a Deal, other than your credit card information, may be disclosed by us to the Merchant for their commercial purposes including for the purposes of providing the Deal to you.

2.4 Our Privacy Policy explains how we collect, use and disclose information that relates to your privacy. The Privacy Policy forms part of our agreement with you and is incorporated in these Terms and Conditions by reference. For full details, please refer to our Privacy Policy at http://www.yorkshire.com/privacy-policy.

2.5 Any communications between you and Welcome to Yorkshire, such as email or other correspondence, in which you offer suggestions or comments for improving or modifying our Services will be deemed by us to be non-confidential and non-proprietary and you agree that such information may be used by us without any limitation whatsoever.

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Easy ways to be Yorkshire's Favourite Visitors

Potteric Carr sunsetFrom its lively cities to pretty villages, rolling countryside and grand coastline, Yorkshire has so much to offer. As a visitor, wherever we go and whatever we do, we have an impact, both good and bad.

By doing just a few simple things we can all help keep Yorkshire special, so that it’s ready for your next visit. Here are a few hints on how you can play a part and have a fantastic holiday at the same time!


Try local, buy local

Here in Yorkshire we have some of the best food and drink around, and fantastic local arts and craft producers.

Explore Yorkshire's food trails and enjoy our fantastic local food. You'll be sure of a tasty Yorkshire experience. And don't forget to take something home to treat your friends and family.  You won't be far from award winning farm shops, specialist food shops, farmers' markets or Country Markets.

Or make a visit to Yorkshire's many individual shops and shows which specialise in local handmade crafts. Take a look at Made in Yorkshire for some ideas. For a vast range of fair trade goodies, check out The Fair Traders Cooperative in Holmfirth.

Kick back, relax and leave the car at home

MoorsBus smallGetting to Yorkshire by public transport couldn't be easier and regular services link many of the area's most popular destinations.  High speed trains from London or Edinburgh get you to the heart of Yorkshire in less than two hours.

Check out general travel information here and the Moorsbus and Yorkshire Dales websites for onward travel options if you're heading to the Moors or Dales.

Or give it a break, even for a day

Yorkshire has so many places to visit without even thinking about using a car.  Explore what's on your doorstep, enjoy a walk or cycle in the fresh air or a blast from the past on Yorkshire's heritage railways. Take a trip to a Tourist Information Centre for some great ideas on what to do. 

Keeping the Three Peaks beautiful

Friends of The Three Peaks smallAround 250,000 visitors explore the Three Peaks area in the Yorkshire Dales every year, putting heavy demands on its footpaths and wildlife habitats. The Friends of the Three Peaks are individuals and organisations who want to protect and enhance this special area. Anyone wanting to become a 'Friend' can join for a small fee. You'll receive regular newsletters, invitations to Friends walks and have the opportunity to get involved in looking after the Three Peaks paths. Download more information about the project here or find out more or share your Three Peaks news, stories and photos on the facebook page.

Welcome to Yorkshire is proud to be a Friend of the Three Peaks.

Support Yorkshire Air Ambulance

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The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is an independent charity providing a life saving rapid response emergency service to 5 million people across Yorkshire. They fly seven days a week, 365 days a year, covering a vast landscape that not only includes major cities and motorways, but also rural and isolated locations.

To keep providing this lifesaving service, the charity needs to raise £7,200 every day to keep both of Yorkshire's Air Ambulances maintained and in the air. You can visit them here.

Chill out - switch off

Switch off lights and turn down the heating when you leave your room.  Close the window when the heating is on in your room and turn off standby buttons.

Be water wise

Turn off the tap when brushing your teeth, follow any towel policies or other water saving initiatives that are in place where you're staying.

Follow the Countryside Code

Help us look after the landscape and wildlife by avoiding damage and disturbance; use footpaths and cycle ways responsibly and take your litter away.

Reduce, reuse, recycle

Avoid over packaged goods or say no to that extra carrier bag; if you've brought your own, even better.  Try and recycle any waste you have. Ask your accommodation provider what facilities they have for this, lots will have recycling bins.

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Support Green Businesses

There are many businesses across the region working to reduce their carbon footprint through the Green Tourism Business Scheme. Look for the leaf when booking your holiday.

And most importantly have a great time when you're here!  Thanks for your support.