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York! It’s that time of year again; the air is filling with the scent of bonfires and the night sky is alive with sparkles – the 5th November is upon us once again. Of course, you won’t see anyone asking for a penny for the guy during your visit to York – due to the small fact that Guy Fawkes hails from our fair city, we prefer to keep all burning of effigies of him to a minimum…

Still, that doesn’t mean that we don’t want to have fun this Fireworks Night, and for the first time in years York is set to

host a fabulous celebration. Kicking things off is the Kaboom event at Rawcliffe Country Park on 4th November, which is vying to be the biggest fireworks display in the country. Then, on 5th November you can choose between the Fireworks to Music Spectacular, taking place at York Maze, and the innovative Gunpowder Plod at the Knavesmire, which features a 5K run and live music from Reverend and the Makers. We dare you to do all three. It’s not all about Fireworks Night, though – there’s plenty to keep you entertained throughout the month, from antiques fairs to murder mystery nights, and everything in between. If you’re looking to get into the Christmassy mood, then you’re definitely in the right place. This month sees the fantastic Ice Factor return to the Designer Outlet from the 24th – and if that doesn’t get you excited about the festive season, then frankly we don’t know what will. Whatever you plan to do during your visit, have fun! Until next month!

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F1 RACING, JMD Raceway, Kathryn Avenue, Monks Cross. Racing and go-kart hire throughout the day – perfect for old and young speedsters. Book now to receive ten per cent off for your Christmas party. Call 673555. YORK CITY SIGHTSEEING, Exhibition Square. Enjoy a live guided Heritage Tour, Family Fun and Multilingual Tours and travel on the Terrible Tales bus and hear the grisly stories of York. Visit www.city-sightseeing.com or call 634296.

YORK BOAT, Lendal Bridge Landing, throughout the day. An entertaining and informative river cruise. Treat yourself to a refreshing drink from the bar and rest your feet. During December enjoy festive Santa Cruises. Visit www. yorkboat.co.uk or call 628324.

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YORK GLIDING CENTRE, Rufforth Airfield. Learn how to fly with this friendly and experienced club. Call 738694. EVERY DAY NEWGATE MARKET, 9am – 4pm (4.30pm Sat and Sun). 110 stalls including a wide variety of goods, fruit and vegetables, as well as a good selection of fresh fish and meat. Call 07887 754455.

UNTIL 5TH NOVEMBER: TALES FROM THE RIVER BANK, The Pyramid Gallery, Stonegate. Several artists exhibit with commission being donated to St Leonard’s Hospice. 633829.

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SELBY MARKET. The whole family will find something within the beautiful market town. The Selby Farmers Market is also held on the first Wednesday of every month. Call 07808 768186.

UNTIL 22ND NOVEMBER: ENTOMOLOGY, Lotte Inch Gallery, High Petergate. An Exhibition of work by Damien Hirst, Tessa Farmer and John Dilnot. Considering themes of nature, taxonomies and microscopic underworlds. Visit www.lotteinch.co.uk

OCTOBER UNTIL 4TH NOVEMBER: THE HOME OF HALLOWEEN, York Dungeon, Clifford Street, 10.30am-4.30pm. The veil between the worlds is thinnest at Halloween so The Dungeon has to be one of best places to celebrate Halloween. Call 632599.

26TH-28TH: CANDLELIT TOURS AND SPOOKY STORIES, York Mansion House, 6.30pm. Unlock some of the murky secrets of York’s grandest residence with this spooky candlelit tour. Warm clothing and sturdy footwear are recommended! Call 615505.


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n THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON IN YORK 26TH: GHOST WALK, Glen Garden Club Allotments, 6pm. A guided ghost walk followed by a tombola and raffle, along with refreshments including hotdogs, bacon butties, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Email barry_bothamley@sky.com 26TH: FROM BARLEY HALL TO HELL, Barley Hall, 8pm. Get in the mood for Halloween with an after-hours visit to the ‘From Hamlet to Hollywood’ exhibition at Barley Hall. Call 615505.

27TH OCTOBER-20TH JANUARY 2013: WHATEVER THE WEATHER, National Railway Museum, 10am-6pm. An art exhibition examining how railway companies encouraged people to travel ‘whatever the weather’ through striking objects and posters. Visit www.nrm.org.uk/artgallery or call 08448 153139.

27TH OCTOBER-4TH NOVEMBER: THE GREAT BRITISH WALK, Beningbrough Hall and Gardens, 11am-5.30pm. There will be wildlife walks, history walks, explorer walks, apple themed walks and even portrait detective walks. Call 472027. 6

27TH OCTOBER-4TH NOVEMBER: ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR, DIG, 10,30am4pm. Have a go at some traditional Victorian fairground games. Join the games master and take the coconut shy challenge for your chance to win a prize! Call 615505.

27TH OCTOBER–4TH NOVEMBER: SPOOKY HALLOWEEN FUN, Newby Hall Gardens, 11am-4pm. Although the house itself will be closed, there’ll be Halloween fun in the adventure garden. The railway, restaurant and shop will also be open. Visit www.newbyhall.com or call 0845 4504068.

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27TH OCTOBER-4TH NOVEMBER: CHOCOLATE TRICK OR TREAT, York’s Chocolate Story, 10am-9pm. The Head Chocolatier has created a ghoulish range of chocolates for Halloween. Children will also be able to make their own chocolates, the messier and scarier the better! Visit www.yorkschocolatestory. com or call 0845 4989411.

27TH OCTOBER-4TH NOVEMBER: FUN WITH PADDINGTON BEAR, National Railway Museum, 10am-6pm. Paddington Bear will be visiting for the October school holidays so grab your duffle coat and marmalade sandwiches and join in with the family fun. Pop in to say hello throughout the day and dress up like Peru’s greatest export himself. Call 0161 2282209.

27TH OCTOBER-4TH NOVEMBER: HALLOWEEN FUN, Treasurer’s House, 11am4.30pm daily (closed Friday). Best place to spend Halloween? How about one of the most haunted buildings in York? Enjoy Roman ghost cellar tours and free Halloween children’s trails. Call 624247. 27TH OCTOBER, 2ND-3RD NOVEMBER: GUY FAWKES TRAIL, Museum Gardens Gates, Museum Street, 7.30pm (10.30am and 2pm on the 3rd). Join York Walk for a tour into the past. See the historic sights and learn all about York’s most infamous son. Call 656244. 27TH OCTOBER -3RD NOVEMBER : PUMPKIN FESTIVAL, The Farmer’s Cart, Towthorpe Grange, 9.30am5.30pm (Mon-Sat), 10am-4pm (Sun). The Pumpkin Festival will see the deployment of a corn cannon, a pumpkin slingshot and a trebuchet to launch pumpkins sky high! See how far you can get your pumpkin. Call 499700.


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n THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON IN YORK MUST SEE

27TH OCTOBER-3RD NOVEMBER: YORK MAZE AT HALLOWEEN, York Maze, 10am-10.30pm. The scarefest will feature a Ghostmania ride, a haunted barn, pumpkin carving and the ‘Phantomime’. For the brave there are also the terrifying Hallowscream nights during which visitors will experience first-hand just how creepy a maze in the dead of night can be. www.yorkmazehalloween.co.uk 27TH-28TH: ANTIQUE AND COLLECTORS FAIR, Ripley Village Hall. A great day out with plenty of stalls and antiques experts on hand. Call 01423 889163.

27TH-28TH: MICHAELMAS FAIR, Burton Agnes Hall, 11am5pm. This popular annual event offers visitors the opportunity to purchase locally crafted gifts and produce. Visit www.burtonagnes. com or call 01262 490324. 27TH-28TH: BEADWORK FAIR, Pavilions of Harrogate, Great Yorkshire Showground, 9.30am4pm. Everything you need to make or mend your own jewellery. Call 01737 841080. 8

27TH: GAGA & GHOULS, York Racecourse. It’s no trick; you’re in for a treat! A spooktacular evening of live entertainment to celebrate Halloween. Call 638971. 28TH: THE WEDDING AFFAIR, Duncombe Park, Helmsley, 12noon-4pm. Bridal competitions, more than 45 supplier stalls and some lovely goody bags to take away. Visit www.theweddingaffair.co.uk

28TH: WEDDING FAIR, Best Western Pavilion Hotel, Fulford, 12-4pm. The very best wedding suppliers. Call 622099. 29TH OCTOBER-2ND NOVEMBER: ASK THE ARCHAEOLOGIST – LOOKING BACK AT HUNGATE, DIG, 10.30am-12.30pm, 2pm-3pm. Chat with a Hungate archaeologist, who will explain their work. Call 615505. 29TH: WIZARD AT BARLEY HALL, Barley Hall, 2pm. A spellbinding magic show starring The Magic Hatter as The Wizard of Wonderland. Call 615505. 31ST OCTOBER-3RD NOVEMBER: ILLUMINATING YORK FESTIVAL, Throughout York. The return of the annual digital arts and lighting festival which invites visitors and residents alike to see York in a new light. The highlight of this year’s festival has to

be the Wonderland being created in the Museum gardens, designed by Vic Reeves. Prepare for a weird and wonderful stroll through the comedian’s mind. Visit www.illuminatingyork.org.uk or call 623568.

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31ST OCTOBER3RD NOVEMBER: ILLUMINATING YORK MINSTER, York Minster, from 6.30pm each night. An explosion of colour, shadow and light will show off the cathedral in all its majestic glory. Definitely a highlight of the Illuminating York Festival, this will be a rare chance to enter the cathedral at night and wander amidst the glass, columns and furniture in a new way. Visit www.yorkminster.org

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31ST OCTOBER-3RD NOVEMBER: TREASURER’S HOUSE ILLUMINATED, Treasurer’s House, 6-8.30pm. See one of the most beautiful buildings in York at night as it is transformed. There will be sound effects, dazzling coloured lights and intriguing stories. Call 624247.


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n THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON IN YORK 31ST OCTOBER-1ST NOVEMBER: MERCHANT ADVENTURERS’ HALL BY CANDLELIGHT, Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, from 6.45pm. Why not explore one of York’s medieval marvels by candlelight? Call 654818.

NOVEMBER 1ST: MYTHS OF THE VIKINGS PUPPET SHOW, DIG, 3.30pm. In-keeping with Valhalla: In Search of the Viking Dead exhibition, here’s a fantastic treat from Clydebuilt Puppets. Call 615505. 1ST: OPEN DAY, Face Etc Medispa, Coppergate, 2-8pm. Goody bags, fantastic offers, live demonstrations, free computerised skin analysis and a tour of the spa. Call 675222.

31ST: GABRIELI À 2(2): A MUSICAL SOUNDSCAPE, National Centre for Early Music, 7pm. A live performance supported by surround-sound technology. The work will grow into an extravaganza of sound. Call 658338. 31ST: FREE VALUATION DAY, The Bar Convent, 11am4pm. The experts from Tennants Auctioneers will be on hand to give free valuations of your treasured possessions. Call 01423 531661.

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31ST: FAIRFAX HOUSE AFTER DARK, Fairfax House, 7.30pm. Fairfax House will be opening its doors after dark for a highly unusual and illuminating candle-lit performance. Call 655543. 31ST: HAUNTED HALL, Barley Hall, 6-8pm. A spine-chilling night awaits you as you explore Barley Hall by candlelight in the company of a cast of creepy characters. Call 615505. 10

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3RD-4TH: WITCHES AND WIZARDS WEEKEND, North York Moors Railway. Enjoy some half term fun with a trip on the Railway and be transported back into a world of magic and enchantment. Call 01751 472508. 3RD-4TH: YORKSHIRE CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR, St William’s College. Get a head start on that Christmas shopping by checking out these stalls of gifts and crafts. Call 01274 835588.

1ST-4TH: THE BIG GREEN MARKET, Parliament Street. An exciting market which features a wide range of ethical goodies, from recycled and Fairtrade jewellery to organic cosmetics and clothing. Call 07724 131179. 2ND-3RD: LOCOS IN A DIFFERENT LIGHT, National Railway Museum, 6.30-10pm. The collection is brought to life with amazing colour and lighting. The museum shop and café will be open and there’s free entry and parking for all. Visit www.nrm.org. uk or call 08448 153139. 2ND: ISLAND’S 5TH BIRTHDAY, The Fulford Arms, 8pm. An evening of music and merriment celebrating the 5th birthday of the York children’s charity The Island. Visit www.theislandn1.org.uk

3RD: VINTAGE MUSIC & AFTERNOON TEA PARTY, Haxby Memorial Hall, 1.30-3.30pm (7pm for dance night). Join them for an afternoon of live entertainment with Mickey Ramsbottom and The Alka Seltzer Sisters. Call 765780.

3RD: DUNNINGTON BONFIRE AND FIREWORKS, Opposite The Windmill Pub, A1079, 5-9.30pm. Celebrate Bonfire Night with live music, fireworks, a beer tent and lots of food! This promises to be a fantastic event, and a perfect way to kick off the bonfire celebrations. Visit www.dpff.org.uk


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n THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON IN YORK 3RD: COMMEMORATIVE WALK, Outside York Castle Museum, 12.30pm. A free commemorative historical walk to the site of the Tyburn on Tadcaster Road. Call 07711 913392. 3RD: ADELE & MICHAEL BUBLE TRIBUTE NIGHT, York Racecourse. A fantastic night of musical entertainment as the tribute acts perform all the classic hits. Call 638971. 3RD: UP CLOSE ENCOUNTERS, Beningbrough Hall and Gardens, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Join Animals In-tuition for a special workshop to learn about and meet creepy crawlies and even a slithering snake. Booking essential. Call 472027. 3RD: OPEN AFTERNOON, New Church, Kilburn Road, 124pm. A chance to meet members of The Christian Science Society, have a look around and learn about what they do. Call 706011.

4TH: YORK FESTIVAL OF REMEMBERANCE, York Barbican, 7pm. The Heavy Cavalry and Cambrai Band will once again be topping the bill, whilst representing the younger generation are the Band of the York Air Training Corps. Choir. Call 0844 8542757. 4TH: SANDBURN WEDDING FAIR, Sandburn Hall, Flaxton, 11am-4.30pm. View the stunning 12

Grand Function Hall and Settle Bar and meet the friendly team. Call 469922.

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4TH: KABOOM, Rawcliffe Country Park. The fully choreographed fireworks, lighting and special effects will be synchronised to a specially commissioned music track, which will run for over 20 minutes and will be vying to be one of the biggest firework displays in the UK. Featuring X Factor finalist Marcus Collins. Visit www.kaboomyork.com or call 341046. 5TH: THE MUST GUNPOWDER SEE PLOD, The Knavesmire, 4pm-1am. Challenge yourself to a gruelling 5km run before sitting back to enjoy the fireworks. The event will include family activities, a funfair, traditional food stalls and beer tent with over 20 real ales (including limited edition Gunpowder Grog) and indie band Reverend and the Makers will rock the stage. There will be a full programme of music and entertainment throughout the event, which will start in the afternoon and carry on until midnight. Visit www.gunpowderplod.com or call 409401. 5TH: FIREWORKS TO MUSIC SPECTACULAR, York Maze, from 4pm. This year’s theme is ‘Best of British’. They’re pulling out all the

stops to celebrate what’s been an amazing year with a spectacular bonfire night event that will showcase the best of British music. Expect rousing anthems! It’s also an opportunity to give those Union Jack flags another outing and come dressed in red, white and blue for the party. Pre-booking essential. Visit www.yorkmaze.co.uk

7TH: AN EVENING WITH ALEXANDER MCCALL SMITH, Tempest Anderson Hall, Museum Gardens, 7.30pm. The bestselling author is in York to discuss his new book, Trains and Lovers. The book is a series of stories set on a train journey between London and Edinburgh. Call 623568.

8TH-11TH: THE AESTHETICA SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (ASFF), various venues. The festival is set to bring the great and the good of the film world to York. The four-day festival programme will showcase over 200 films from more than 30 countries, as well as playing host to an outstanding selection of master classes and guest screenings. Visit www.asff.co.uk


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n THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON IN YORK 8TH: QUIZ NIGHT, York Sport Club, Shipton Road. York Against Cancer invite teams of four, at a cost of £10 per person which will include a pie and pea supper. Call 764466. 10TH-11TH: YORKSHIRE CRAFT FAIRS, Duncombe Park, Helmsley. A Christmas craft festival in some beautiful surroundings. Join them for a bargain-filled day out. Call 01274 835588. 10TH: ST. MARGARET CLITHEROW’S TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS FAIR, Haxby Memorial Hall, 10am-12noon. Enjoy coffee and mince pies, hot fruit punch and stalls including homemade cakes and Christmas cards. Call 760973. 10TH: NSPCC CHARITY CONCERT, Stockton on the Forest Village Hall, 7.30pm. Featuring songs from West End musicals and other classic shows and favourite melodies. Call 491604.

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10TH: MAMMA MIA! York Racecourse. You’ll have a fantastic time at this ABBA tribute night, featuring feel-good hits, story-telling and dance acts. Call 638971. 11TH: REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE, Queen Margaret’s School, Escrick. The school are 14

holding a service in the chapel with pupils reminiscing with invited veterans over afternoon tea in the school library. Call 728261.

12TH: LECTURE BY JOHN MAINE, Tempest Anderson Hall, Museum Gardens, 7.30pm. A lecture by the contemporary artist on his recent projects. Tickets from Janette Ray Booksellers. Call 623088.

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13TH: YORK GLAZIERS STUDIO TOUR AND LUNCH, Treasurer’s House, 11am. See the great East Window of York Minster up close at Bedern Glaziers Studio. The tour will be followed by a two course lunch with wine at Treasurer’s House. Call 624247. 17TH-18TH: YORKSHIRE ANTIQUES AND ART FAIR, Yorkshire Event Centre, Harrogate, 10am-5pm. Probably the widest selection of antiques, art, collectables, curios, vintage and retro items in the north of England. Call 01274 588505. 17TH: CRAFT FAIR, St Columba’s Church Hall, Priory Street, 10.30am. Hand-made and other items of interest for sale, in aid of St Columba’s Community Foundation. Call 625134.

17TH: WHAT IS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, New Church, Kilburn Road. A free public lecture about Christian Science. 706011. 17TH: CHRISTMAS FAIR, Barton Le Willows Village Hall, 10am-3pm. Tea, coffee and cakes will be available, as well as a raffle and lots of stalls. Call 01653 696915. 17TH: SMILEY RILEY FUND, Post Office Club, Marygate, 7pm. With music from The Entertainment Company, raffles and other fun, this is a great night out in aid of a great charity. Visit www.smileyriley.co.uk 17TH: COMEDY NIGHT, York Racecourse. Prepare your sides for splitting, as comedian Dan Wright regales you with hilarious high-jinks. Ticket price includes a light bite supper. Call 638971.

20TH: CHRISTMAS EVENT, Dean’s Garden Centre, 2-8pm. Inspirational ideas for the home and garden with a festive twist. Learn how to make holly wreaths and table decorations. Call 400141. 23RD: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York. The British Music Society of York host a night of music including Richard Saxel and Angus Meryon. Visit www.bms-york.org.uk


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24TH NOVEMBER-6TH JANUARY 2013: THE ICE FACTOR, Designer Outlet, 9.30am-9.15pm. The outdoor ice rink is returning to The Designer Outlet until the new year, and promises to be once again one of the best chilly days out you can have. Visit www.theicefactor.co.uk

24TH-25TH NOVEMBER, 1ST-2ND, 8TH-9TH AND 15TH-16TH DECEMBER: AN AUDIENCE WITH FATHER CHRISTMAS, Castle Howard. There is no better way to capture the excitement of this special time of year for little ones than by meeting Father Christmas. You can join him at the fireside for festive stories, singing and magic tricks. Call 01653 648333. 24TH-25TH: POTS IN POPPLETON, Tithe Barn, 10am5pm. A unique opportunity to see and buy original ceramic art from talented potters. Call 797631. 24TH: CHRISTMAS FAIR, Hilton Hotel, Tower Street, 10am-4pm. There will be a vast range of stalls including handmade cards and gifts, jewellery, paintings and prints, glass art, hand crafted bears, face painting, massage and reflexology. Call 721737. 18

24TH: MURDER MYSTERY NIGHT, Lady Anne Middleton’s Hotel. Join in with the fun and find the murderer. A delicious three course buffet will be included in the ticket cost. Call 611570. 24TH: CHRISTMAS MARKET, Fountains Abbey, 10am-3pm. Get into the festive spirit with a visit to their Christmas market. Buy tasty seasonal food from local suppliers, fresh Christmas trees in pots, decorations, and Christmas gifts for all the family. Call 01765 608888.

25TH-30TH: 196TH AUTUMN YORK ART SOCIETY EXHIBITION, Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, 12noon-4.15pm Sun, 9.30am-4.15pm Mon-Thur, 9.30am-2.30pm Fri. A chance to see the collected works of local artists in stunning surroundings. Visit www.yorkartsociety.com 26TH-28TH: A MANSION HOUSE CHRISTMAS, The Mansion House, 10am-4pm. The Mansion House will be open throughout the St Nicolas Fayre weekend for visitors to enjoy the building dressed for Christmas. Call 552036.

24TH: ADVENT FAIR, York Steiner School, 10am-3pm. Enjoy a host of seasonal activities including a magical grotto a ‘children only’ secret shop, craft and book stalls. Call 654983. 25TH-27TH MUST NOVEMBER, SEE 2ND-4TH, 9TH10TH DECEMBER: CHRISTMAS CRAFT & PRODUCE MARKETS, Castle Howard, 10am-4pm. Over 20 stalls selling a mix of handmade crafts and delicious local produce. Shop for festive gifts and treats in beautiful surroundings. Call 01653 648333.

29TH NOVEMBER-2ND DECEMBER: ST NICHOLAS FAYRE, across York. The most popular of all York’s Christmas markets, offering everything from gifts and crafts to the best of local produce at this traditional festive weekend. Visit www.yorkfestivals.com 29TH NOVEMBER-2ND DECEMBER: YORKSHIRE CRAFT FAIRS, St William’s College. As part of the St Nicholas Fayre, delve into local craft splendour. Call 01274 835588.


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n THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON IN YORK DECEMBER 1ST -31ST: A CHOCOLATE COVERED CHRISTMAS, York’s Chocolate Story. Get in the festive spirit with a real nostalgic taste of Christmas. Chocolate-making demonstrations will show you how they make delicious yuletide treats. Visit www.yorkschocolatestory.com or call 0845 4989411. 1ST-31ST: SANTA’S STEAM ADVENTURE, National Railway Museum. Everything is ready for Christmas but Santa has lost his presents! Help track them down at the North Yorkshire Pole. Before the magical steam journey is over, kiddies will meet Santa Claus himself and receive a special present to take home. Call 08448 153139. 1ST- 2ND, 8TH-9TH, 15TH16TH, 22ND AND 23RD: SANTA SPECIALS 2012, North York Moors Railway, Pickering Station. Embark on this magical adventure to meet Santa in his grotto on-board the train. What better way to start the festive season? Call 01751 472508

MUST 1ST: LONDON SHOPPING TRAIN, SEE York Against Cancer. A pre-Christmas treat with family or friends! Catch a show, take in the sights or shop for Christmas gifts – the choice is yours with this London special. Call 764466. 1ST: INTERNATIONAL YOUNG ARTISTS SHOWCASE, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York, 7pm. The showcase features talented young ensembles such as Les Ombres, Borromini Quartet and Den Haag Piano Quintet. Call 658338. 1ST: CHRISTMAS CONCERT, Stockton-on-the-Forest Village Hall, 7pm. The students of Margaret Berg perform in this end of term festive spectacular. Call 491604 1ST: CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR, The Brunswick Shop, 11am-4pm. Handcrafted gifts and novelties, as well as organic vegetables and Fairtrade groceries. Call 701869.

2ND: YORK DOLLS HOUSE AND MINIATURES FAIR, York Racecourse, 10.30am-4pm. Quality exhibitors with three floors filled with beautiful hand-crafted products. Over 80 per cent of the items on sale are handmade. Call 01778 391162. 6TH-23RD: YORK’S FESTIVE FAYRE, across York. The fayre brings with it a sweep of Christmas traditions, decked out in seasonal wooden huts, with gentle festive music to enjoy as you shop. Visit www.yorkfestivals.com 5TH: UNIVERSITY CHOIR AND CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, University of York Central Hall, 7.30pm. Join the choir for an evening of classic symphonies. Call 322446.

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1ST-2ND, 8TH-9TH, 15TH-16TH, 22ND-23RD: SANTA SPECIALS, Yorkshire Museum of Farming, 10am3pm. Enjoy a guided tour around Santa’s village and then a train ride to meet the man himself. There’s a present for every child and glass of sherry and mince pie for every adult. Call 489966. 20

2ND-21ST: CHRISTMAS LUNCH, Treasurers House. Enjoy a Christmas lunch served in the festive setting of the historic tearoom. Start with a glass of mulled wine, choose from our varied menu for your three course meal and finish with homemade sweet treats served with tea or coffee. Call 624247.

6TH-15TH: YORK EARLY MUSIC CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL, National Centre for Early Music. The annual festive festival of traditional and unusual early music. Performers include Ex Cathedra, Chalemie, Joglaresa and the University of York Chamber Choir. Visit www.ncem.co.uk/xmas or call 658338.


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7TH + 14TH: CHRISTMAS CAROL CONCERT, York Minster, 7pm. Featuring the York Minster Choir, accompanied by the Yorkshire Volunteers Band. Concert goers are invited to join in some of the carols, and to sit back and enjoy others performed by the professional musicians. Call 0844 9390015.

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7TH + 14TH: CHRISTMAS PARTY NIGHTS, Castle Howard, 7pm. Meet by the magnificent Great Hall Christmas tree for champagne and canapés and enjoy a delicious three course meal, followed by dancing in the Grecian Hall until midnight. Call 01653 648333.

7TH: CHRISTMAS CONCERT, The Bar Convent, 7.30pm. The Stamford Bridge Singers return to the Bar Convent for a celebration of Advent and Christmas. Call 643238. 22

8TH-9TH, 15TH-16TH AND 22ND-23RD: NARNIA CHRISTMAS GROTTO, The Rock Church, Priory Street, 10am-4pm. This Christmas, why not take your family on an enchanted journey through the wardrobe into the magical world of Narnia. Call 659475.

13TH: YORK ST JOHN CHRISTMAS CAROL FAMILY SERVICE, York Minster, 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to go along to this fun and celebratory event for all the family, with music by York St John students. Visit www.yorksj.ac.uk/events 13TH: CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS THROUGH THE YEARS, Burton Agnes Hall, 2pm. An insightful and fascinating talk about the history of Christmas at Burton Agnes Hall. Call 01262 490324.

8TH + 15TH: AN AUDIENCE WITH FATHER CHRISTMAS, Burton Agnes Hall, 10am. Join Father Christmas by the fireside for songs and storytelling and chat to the man himself. Advance booking required. Call 01262 490324.

15TH-16TH: FESTIVAL OF ANGELS, The Quarter. A true winter festival, transforming York’s streets into a winter wonderland of ice-sculptures, stalls, al fresco dining, street entertainment, live ice-carving and guaranteed ‘snow’ showers. Visit www.yorkfestivals.com 8TH: HOW TO DECORATE YOUR HOME AT CHRISTMAS TIME, Burton Agnes Hall, throughout the day. Jayne Holland, an expert in interior decoration, will host free daytime demonstrations in the home and garden shop. Call 01262 490324.

16TH: THE YORK COMMUNITY CAROL CONCERT, The Barbican, 2.30pm. York’s longest running and most popular carol concert celebrates its 55th anniversary. Come along and join in singing all your favourite Christmas Carols. Call 0844 8542757.


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Be bright use lights at night! The clocks have gone back and it's getting dark as we cycle home from work. Having a good set of cycle lights is vital to ensure your safety, make you visible to other road users, and light up the road ahead! ‌But what's legal, how much do they cost, and how do you ďŹ t them securely to your bike? For good advice and the right lights for your bike, contact your local cycle shop.

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BARBICAN 3 The Cribs 4 Festival of Remembrance 5 Christy Moore 10 An Evening of Burlesque 14-15 Jools Holland 16 Bellowhead 18 Slade & Sweet 23 Showaddywaddy 24 The Overtones POCKLINGTON ARTS CENTRE 12-13 Greg Lake 21 Thea Gilmore 25 Studio Night 30 John Wheeler FIBBERS 1 Three Blind Wolves 2 Vega 3 Sad Café 4 Mad Dog McCrea 6 Ugly Duckling

9 Zak Ford 10 The Lancashire Hotpots 13 The Crookes 15 Jack Savoretti 16 Chameleons Vox 17 Penetration 18 Citizens 19 Jake Bugg 20 The Pigeon Detectives 21 Public Service Broadcasting 22 Ultrasound 23 The Heather Findlay Band 24 Roxy Magic 25 The Jess Roberts Band 26 Peace 28 Electric Six 29 Karnataka 30 Ginger Baker THE DUCHESS 1 Saint Saviour 2 The Beat

3 Fairport Convention 4 Meursault 5 Spector 6 DJ Zinc 7 Easy Star All Stars 8 Sea Of Bees 9 Mark Radcliffe & the Big Figures 10 T–Rextasy 11 The Albion Band 12 The Wedding Present 13 Mike Peters 17 Secret Affair 18 Martin Simpson 19 Revoker 20 Martin Barre’s New Day 21 Buddy Whittington 23 Aynsley Lister 24 Transmission 25 Nine Below Zero 27 Sam and the Womp 28 The Quireboys 29 Sharon Shannon THE POST OFFICE SOCIAL CLUB 9 LED-ZEP/DC plus Guest Support Band BASEMENT 3 Hyena Saturday Night Lounge 4 Hyena Lounge Comedy Club 8 Deaf Club 10 Hyena Saturday Night Lounge 11 Hyena Lounge Comedy Club 12 Curtis Eller’s American Circus

13 Paper Aeroplanes 14 Neil Halstead 16 Polly and The Billets Doux 17 Hyena Saturday Night Lounge 18 Hyena Lounge Comedy Club 20 Jazz @ Jerome’s 23 Club Smith 24 Hyena Saturday Night Lounge 25 Hyena Lounge Comedy Club 27 Hyena Lounge Comedy Club 29 Mark Wynn STEREO 1 Ed Schrader’s Music Beat 7 Stealing Sheep 8 La Bete Blooms 25 IceAge 27 Lets Talk Daggers BLACK SWAN FOLK CLUB 1 Clive Gregson 8 Megson 15 Kirsty McGee 22 Singers & Musicians Night 29 Bram Taylor NATIONAL CENTRE FOR EARLY MUSIC 2 John Etheridge and Chris Garrick 8 Melingo 27 Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman

VENUE CONTACTS: Barbican: 0844 8542757. Pocklington Arts Centre: 0175 9301547. The Duchess: 641413. Fibbers: 651250. Basement: 612940. Stereo: 0121 2345678. Black Swan Folk Club: 679131. The National Centre For Early Music: 658338.

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Theatre THEATRE ROYAL To book: 623568

Nov), Les Miserables (28-29 Nov), Stick Granny on the Roof-Rack (30 Nov), A Government Inspector (27 Nov-1 Dec).

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GRAND OPERA HOUSE

THE WIZARD OF OZ (7TH-10TH NOVEMBER) To book: 0844 8700887

END OF DESIRE/ESCAPING ALICE (2ND-24TH NOVEMBER)

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YORK SCOUT & GUIDE GANG SHOW (20-24 NOVEMBER) To book: 632750.

YOUNG PEOPLE’S SHAKESPEARE: KING LEAR (23RD-24TH NOVEMBER)

JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT (6TH-10TH NOVEMBER)

CINDERELLA (8TH-15TH DECEMBER) To book: 07927 026071.

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Soak up the festive atmosphere in the Courtyard | Browse over 30 stalls of Yorkshire crafts and produce | Visit the Farm Shop, Garden Centre, Gift Shops and Cafés | Open daily from 10am | Free admission and parking

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