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People in Yorkshire (along with the rest of the country) have once again been asked to stay at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus. 

We all hope to be back enjoying Yorkshire again very soon, but in the meantime we will keep the county special. For those that live in Yorkshire, we hope you stay safe and remember to follow the latest lockdown rules by staying at home and acting responsibly when out and about for exercise or essential journeys.


Let's embrace walking again (let's be honest we never really stopped). Although government advice states you should minimise the time spent outside your home, you can still enjoy your local outdoor space. Nature reserves and canal towpaths will remain open along with those ever-important communal parks. You can even pick up a local takeaway coffee or cake along the way as many cafés and deli's that will be offering pick up services. Take a look at 

Love Your Local 

With lots of businesses facing difficult challenges, there is no better time to show your support to your favourite local business over lockdown.

  • Order a takeaway
  • Buy a gift voucher
  • Postpone don't cancel
  • Leave a review
  • Spread the word 

Enjoy Yorkshire At Home 

As you're unable to visit many of your favourite places in Yorkshire over the next four weeks, we thought we'd bring them to you. Check out our Yorkshire Days In section on our website for inspiration and activities to do at home. We're working with all your favourite places to provide a place packed full of ideas and inspiration on what you can do at home. These could be recipes to cook, books to read or even how to create your own science experiment!

Follow Government Guidelines 

Before you venture anywhere in your local area we strongly recommend that you follow government guidelines. 

Remember - ‘Hands. Face. Space.’:

Hands – wash your hands regularly and for 20 seconds
Face – wear a face covering indoors where social distancing may be difficult
Space – stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible.