It’s the biggest thing to hit Britain’s biggest county in many years. The world’s greatest cycle race - the Tour de France - will start in Yorkshire on 5 and 6 July, bringing millions of fans to the roadside...
The stunning landscape of the Yorkshire Dales National Park - and the well-being of its local communities - will be dealt a severe blow if changes to planning laws are introduced. The Government is proposing to allow agricultural buildings like...
Click here to view the walk (PDF) Distance: 25 miles Time: 10 to 12 hours. Description: The famous challenge walk in the Yorkshire Dales taking in the three summits of Pen-y-Gent, Whernside and Ingleborough. Accessibility: The walk is approximately 23 miles in length...
80% of British workers would give up their day job to start a new business linked to a hobby or a passion of theirs if money was no objective according to a new survey1. Nearly half (49%) have little...
Keighley is helping to lead the way in helping big and small businesses to work together for the town’s prosperity. The town is once again supporting Small Business Saturday, which this year is on 5 December, with a series of...
The name of the celebrity lined up to switch on Keighley’s Christmas lights at the Airedale Shopping Centre is due to be unveiled... Thousands are again expected to head to Keighley to see the event, with VIPs joining Santa to...
Distance: 3 miles Time: 2 hours This route takes you to the lower slopes of Weets, giving panoramic views over Barnoldswick. 1. From the Gisburn Road post box, walk towards town, turning first right at Harper Street to the modern houses on...
The walk takes in Lothersdale, Pinhaw Beacon, Thornton-in-Craven, a stretch of the Leeds Liverpool Canal and Earby. It is an easy walk through pleasant countryside with a spell of moderate ascent out of Earby. Start at Lothersdale, walk down towards...
By Carl Thompson It’s not easy to imagine now, but the serene landscape of windswept hills and quaint villages that makes up the Yorkshire Dales was once a lawless frontier of ruthless warlords and cattle-stealers: hence the need for castlebuilding...
3 miles (4.8km) Circular walk A walk suitable for the casual walker, along country lanes, field and woodland paths. This walk is not suitable for the less mobile, wheelchair users and children in pushchairs. Sensible footwear, wind and waterproof clothing...