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York Cycle Rally 2017

York Cycle Rally

24 & 25 June 2017
Where: Knavesmire, York YO23 1EX
Come along for a grand day out or a whole weekend of cycling!

Great Yorkshire Bike Ride

Great Yorkshire Bike Ride 2017

Saturday 17 June 2017
The 70 mile charity cycle ride from Wetherby to the Yorkshire coast at Filey covers a beautiful route across the Howardian Hills and Yorkshire Wolds. Every year 2,000 cyclists of all ages and abilities take on the challenge of this great Yorkshire event.

Folk Weekend

City of York Folk Weekend

2 - 4 June 2017
Venue: The Black Swan Inn

Whitby Music Festival

Whitby 60's Music Festival
9 - 11 June 2017
Live at Whitby Pavillion

Scampston Spring Plant Fair

Our bi-annual plant fair returns! The perfect day out for gardeners! Specialist and unusual plants, expert advice and delicious cream teas. Tickets also include entry into the Walled Garden and Parkland here at Scampston to gather some inspiration. 10am - 4pm £7.50 for adults, £3.50 for RHS members, Children go free

Scampston Walled Garden, Malton, North Yorkshire

York Pride

York Pride

North Yorkshire’s biggest LGBT Festival
Saturday 10 June 2017
Iconic Pride Parade through the historic heart of the City of York.

Huby & Sutton Show 2017

Huby & Sutton Show

Saturday 24 June 2017
York Races

York Races In June
Friday 16 & Saturday 17 June 2017

Fathers Day
(above) Cards by York Illustrator Alison Hardcastle. buy online

Father's Day
Sunday 18 June 2017

Dalby Forest Concerts 2017

Friday 23 June 2017 - Rick Astley
Saturday 24 June 2017- Elbow

Galtres Fun Runs, Easingwold
6 mile, 3 mile, 1½ mile fun runs.
1pm Easingwold Market Place. Register at

Specialist Plant Fair, Burnby Hall Gardens
Burnby Hall Gardens, Pocklington YO42 2QF

The Quilt Museum
Textile enthusiasts visit the Quilt Museum

Victorian Street Gets Bigger
Our new bigger Kirkgate, with new back streets to explore, thousands more objects on display and the stories of real York shops to discover. Our world-famous Victorian street with more to see and explore of the life of the rich and poor - with new back streets, authentic York businesses and thousands more goods on display. Originally built in 1938, Kirkgate is a recreated Victorian street which has become the most iconic part of York Castle Museum and its schoolroom, police cell, Hansom cab and cobbled street surface all remain. New research means that every single shop on the street is now based on a real York business, all of which operated here between 1870 and 1901. Our costumed guides can tell you more about each shop when you arrive.

York Castle Museum is in the centre of York, close to Clifford's Tower and the Coppergate Shopping Centre. Follow the green pedestrian signs to the 'Castle Area'. map |

North Yorkshire Open Studios 2017

North Yorkshire Open Studios

3/4 & 10/11 June 2017
Open for applications - We are welcoming artist applications for the NYOS 2017 event. If you're a professional artist living in North Yorkshire or have strong links to the region, we'd like to hear from you. Early career emerging artists and recent graduates are also invited to apply.

Paper Cut York by Artist Anita Bowerman

(above) 'Enjoy York' - A beautiful intricate paper cut streets of York by artist Anita Bowerman.

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