Wednesday 16, Thursday 17, Friday 18 May 2018
May Spring Meeting
Saturday 26 May 2018
York Racecourse, York YO23 1EX - map
Tour de Yorkshire 2018
3 - 6 May 2018
The cycling event in the UK and an outstanding cycle race in the international calendar, including the participation of top international teams. It will be broadcast live on national TV and throughout Europe.
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Every year on May bank Holiday Weekend
As usual, the festival will take place over the Bank Holiday weekend.. Supporting the work of local charities. Over 120 Scarecrows and trails of varying lengths, together with quiz sheets. Trails on-sale each day. Teas, coffees and light lunches will be available in the church hall every day.
The event this year will run over the May Bank Holiday Weekend of Saturday 29th April, Sunday 30th April and Monday 1st May 2017.On Bank Holiday, the village green becomes the centre for May day celebrations with a variety of stalls and children from our school perform a Maypole Dance display. If you have never visited the Scarecrow trail, or made a Scarecrow, make this your first year! It is a great event, enjoyed by all the family and provides fantastic support to the school and village.
May Bank Holiday
The annual Copmanthorpe Street Fair will be held on Bank Holiday Monday May between noon and 4pm in Low Green, in the centre of Copmanthorpe. Stalls, local produce and crafts, music, tombola and fair ground rides. (facebook.com/copstreetfair/)
News: No Battlegroup North in 2016!
" It has been a hard decision to take, but the current organising committee have decided to step down from the organisation of the BattlegroupNorth show for the foreseeable future. As you all know we have organised this show for quite a number of years now ( I think its 10 years or more) at the Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington. But, we have finally decided that the time has come for the show in its current format to have a rest. And we, like the show, need a rest from it too."
A Military Vehicle spectacular with the largest gathering of historic military vehicles in the North of England, superb Living History displays. Enjoy a flypast from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Lancaster Bomber on the Saturday and a Douglas Dakota on the Sunday. The Hotsie Totsies wartime music trio will also be performing! (www.wheelsandwings.co.uk)
Saturday 12 May 2018
(Formerly Acorn Bike Ride) The 100k Bike Ride is fully marshaled and takes a circular route starting in Bishop Monkton, near Harrogate continuing through Boroughbridge to Easingwold and Sheriff Hutton.
Register here and view the cycle route map.
Weekend - Saturday 26 & Sunday 27 May 2018
In the pretty market town of Malton, North Yorkshire.
Early Bird tickets available for the Malton Food Lovers Festival events!
Twitter @maltonfoodfest / visitmalton.com
"The festival had such a great atmosphere with food stalls filling every space in the square. Malton is a beautiful town and we had a great time"
Saturday 13 May 2017
2018 TBA - Live music, loads of food, a great atmosphere, entertainment for all the family and real ale, well over 40 beers and ciders. Tockwith Village Hall. 12noon-11pm. Tickets are £5 per person available on the door.
Sunday 13 May 2018
The race starts and finishes on Hell Wath playing field is a hilly but picturesque course that leads the runners from Hell Wath around the Studley Royal Estate with beautiful views of Ripon and the stunning, surrounding countryside. For full upto date details and register please visit riponrunners.co.uk
May Bank Holiday 2018
Yorkshire Museum of Farming, Murton, York YO19 5UF
The Yorkshire Museum of Farming is located in Murton Village just outside York. The museum occupies the large site of Murton Park which is also home to the Danelaw Centre for Living History, The Derwent Valley Light Railway, The York and District Beekeepers Association and is also the base for the York and District Guild of Spinners, Weavers, and Dyers. murtonpark.co.uk
All located in the Shambles Market.
York’s monthly Farmers Market celebrates the best of local produce, including meat, eggs, bread and oils, as well as pottery and woollen gifts and joins the city’s regular market on the last Friday of every month.
Fresh goods sold on York Farmers’ Markets are grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stallholder within a 40-mile radius of York.
Sunday 13 May 2018
The 13.1 mile run starts on the Headrow, close to the iconic Town Hall and finishes in Cookridge Street, to the side of landmark Millennium Square. Register to run here