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surely not... It can’t be, can it? It isn’t September already, is it? We all distinctly remember looking forward to the start of the summer, and that was only... (silently calculates the date en masse) OH NO, IT IS SEPTEMBER! Where did the year go? Did someone leave the time drain unplugged, as several months have just slipped down it, never to be seen again. Woe are we! Deep breath. Sorry about that; we’re okay now. As shockingly fast as this year is moving, we are all actually very happy that the summer has ended and autumn’s leafy paws are beginning to grip our hearts. Although you might have to pack up your summer shorts until next year, and dig out the waterproofs, at least York in the autumn transforms into a wondrous world of orange and red loveliness.
To make the most of September, we have created an issue packed with lots to do, from the bursting events pages, filled with fun things to experience, to a Treasure Hunt that will help you appreciate the daily life of a Roman sentry (we explain later). Yes, you might have to wrap up a little more than you did last month, but make sure you get out there as much as you can and soak up the autumnal gorgeousness.
A family pass to The Treasurer’s House and a kid’s Re-Cycle.
Oh, and to that end, we’ve also made bike from a useful Road and Bike Safety feature for kiddos, to help them get safely around the city as the nights draw in. And, if time continues to move at this break-neck pace, you might as well dust off the Halloween decorations now. They could wear pumpkins as WE’RE BIG FANS OF SEPTEMBER! hats. Drivers won’t miss that! Because its a windmill on the cover, innit? Anyway, this is is going to be a ADVERTISING DEADLINE 8TH SEPT 2017 fantastic month, filled with so much to do and see. If you thought the start of Autumn was (the) end of fun, you’re waaay off.
18-19. TIME TRAVEL. For our history article this month we looked into the lives of several men called James, and how their family, the Backhouses, helped to make York bloom.
16-17. TREASURE HUNT. Salvete, amici! Don your armour, grab your spear, and get set to patrol the walls of the legionary fortress of Eboracum as we take a wander around the Roman city.
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COLUMNS 10-11. YORK LIFE. Rachel both should and shouldn’t eat and drink a number of things. Conflicting scientific research into wine has our resident grumpy old woman in a tizzy. 26-27. KRYSTAL’S GEMS. Half a decade, 1/20 of a century, and 0.5% of a millennium... that is how long Krystal has worked for YLL. She writes about it. 62-63. HOWARD. Currently a father of three, Howard discusses how soon he’ll be a father of four. Yep, he’s gone and done another baby inside his wife’s uterus, and writes at length about the resulting emotions.
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My day was just progressing nicely when The Text arrived. “Check your emails,” it advised me. Any excuse to stop ironing. But what a mistake. For the email in question contained a link to a cheering piece in the newspaper. “Why white wine could be doing you more harm than you think.” I have no idea why this was sent it to me, as I am not in the slightest bit interested in wine of any hue unless it is a day ending in ‘Y”. However, I read on. What a delightful compilation it is. Candida, liver disease, skin cancer, weight gain, depression: all sideeffects of a nice glass of white Burg. Not to mention my particular favourite: skin mites.
However, rather than simply switching to gin, I start to do some research (i.e. randomly Google things). And what an enlightening business it is. Honestly. Wine is Very Bad for you. Red or white, it increases the risk of breast cancer by 9%. Though hang on a moment: according to a study cited in the Daily Fail, it also protects against cancer. Moreover, Chablis may be
“Red Burgundy can help with menopausal symptoms.” positively good if you suffer from arthritis, and Cabernet Sauvignon might help to stave off Alzheimer’s
and Parkinson’s. Red Burgundy can help with menopausal symptoms. Champagne can help with indigestion. And, of course, we all know that red wine - any red wine - can prevent heart attacks. So far, so confusing. But then throw exercise into the mix, and it gets worse. Two and a half hours of moderate exercise a week reduces the risk of breast cancer by 12%. Given that I I have at least two and a half hours of strenuous exercise every day, never mind every week, does this mean I can down a bottle of wine a night and still have a reduced risk of cancer? Now there’s a thought.
In fact, it seems that I am so much in health-credit that I could take up smoking and still live to be 100. I don’t own a cat (they can cause schizophrenia, apparently, not to mention prostate cancer), and I do have a garden (gardening can lower blood pressure and exposes us to dirt). I am not overweight, therefore might have a reduced risk of diabetes. I don’t take selfies (these can apparently cause skin cancer). I don't have a laser printer (as bad for
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On the down side, I am not a married man: married men live longer and are happier than unmarried men, apparently. The same is not true of married women. I hope nobody was paid to come to this conclusion.
your lungs as coal mining, apparently). I drink green tea (can reduce your risk of a stroke by up to 20%). I don’t eat salt (oh hang on a minute: salt was Very Bad, and now it has been declared a Good Thing. Along with butter). And not to mention the Mediterranean diet, though if this week’s newspaper reports are to be believed, I’m not sure my income is high enough to reap the rewards of this. I'm also not all that sure that pizza counts as 'good for you' (though a recent study said that cheese, formerly demonised, has now been rehabilitated. Good news for Love Cheese, then).
Well, I think. I am very much none the wiser. Not least because whichever Scientific Study you look at, it very quickly becomes clear that things 'can' be good for you, or 'might' be bad for you. Which really tells you nowt at all. But it does of course make me think how very lucky we are to live in York. You can walk everywhere - thereby cancelling out the cancerous nature of the glass of wine at the end of the trek to the Star Inn, and the extra diabetes-causing inch you would otherwise gain at the Fisherman’s Wife. We are terminally put off the idea of selfies, thanks to the gaggles of foreign tourists outside the Minster. We have marvellous market stalls selling everything we need for the Mediterranean diet, along with Henshelwood’s collection of butters for every occasion.
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Hey Daphne, My new girlfriend still pays bills with her ex partner. They have two phones on the same contract and there’s a couple of lose ends in terms of tv packages and broadband. I know that these things can be tricky to get out of, but I feel like he is using it as an excuse to keep in constant contact with her. He’s still single and regularly texting her. Should I be worried? Worried boyfriend
Dear Daphne, I recently had a massive row with one of my friends about me having to pay for our meal and cocktails. She had conveniently forgotten her purse it’s not unusual for her to always be a few quid short, never have the right change and outright state that she can't afford stuff, leaving her friends to have to sub her. None of us ever get paid back and one day I just lost my temper and shouted at her about it. Now that I’ve calmed down, I realise that she's hard up and I feel bad. She hasn't been in contact since we had this row several weeks ago and I don't know what to do. Guilty mate x
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Apologise. No harm ever came out of apologising, explain that you lost your temper and you didn't mean to shout. Perhaps suggest doing something together that doesn't cost a lot of money, or consulting her before you make plans. It may just be that she doesn't want to miss out on social engagements, regardless of whether she can afford it or not. Stay strong in terms of paying for her though, you don't want to be taken advantage of. Daph x
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Worried boyfriend, I don't think you should be worried. If your girlfriend hasn’t been out of her old relationship for very long, its quite normal that there are loose ends to be tied up. The phone contract is a bit tricky - she could set up a direct debit to go into his account every month or vice versa. The other bills can be transferred to one or the other. I get the impression it’s too soon for you to say anything, so I would wait a couple of months, see if the texts get less regular and broach it later on in the relationship if its still bothering you. Daphne x
Dear Daphne, I have been with my partner for nearly a year now and I was recently introduced to his young teenage kids. The problem is, they hate me, and I’m not too fond of them either. They weren't ready to meet me, think I’m awful for taking him away from their mother and are, of course, in that difficult answer-back teenage stage. I find them ungrateful and rude. Can I salvage this relationship? Anon
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Dear Daphne, My husband went and bought a puppy IT’S ME OR without telling me. We have two young children THE DOG and barely enough time to look after ourselves in-between jobs and kids. I can't see a way that it’s going to work, but the kids are already becoming attached and it would be heartbreaking to re-home the pup. What do I do? Angry Wife Grin and bear it. It sounds like you've already begun to adjust. Finding time to fit it into your schedule will be tough but rewarding. Make sure that your pup receives the care and attention it needs to grow into a well behaved, easy to manage dog, and use them as a way to teach your children about responsibilities. Make sure that you husband does most of the walking and feeding - it was his decision after all. Silly man.
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There would seem to be a marked improvement in the conduct of relationships and as two people pull together towards a common goal, a much lighter and brighter atmosphere is generated within the home. Special anniversaries give you a lift (discounting the usual birthday thing) or something may occur which becomes an anniversary to be remembered in the years ahead.
A little extra cash opens a few doors, although it has to be said that parents with school-aged children may experience a financial drain. Older children bring pride and pleasure when they are successful in a career ambition. Celebrations all round for that one! One slightly negative note concerns an unexpected bill in connection with transport or motor maintenance. Contracts being signed in connection with jobs.
energy developing before month’s end. Parents may be concerned for the welfare of female children.
21ST MARCH - 19TH APRIL
On more than one occasion you will find yourself in the middle of family arguments which have nothing directly to do with you. If you just sit back and let others get on with it, you’ll be accused of not caring, so you’d better say or do something to show willing – not that it will actually change anything. Make a point of not believing all you hear.
TAURUS 20TH APRIL - 20TH MAY
For the sake of domestic harmony, avoid fights with lovers and partners
and let them have their own way. Keep any critical thoughts very much to yourself. Probably some issues with money, where it’s gone and what you’ve got for it, leading at last to some sensible discussions in connection with investments and savings plans.
GEMINI 21ST MAY - 20TH JUNE
Some good ideas being kicked around at the moment, but the only way to make them work is to put them to the test. There will be some (surprising!) support from a lover or partner, which could well lead to a much stronger romantic
CANCER 21ST JUNE - 22ND JULY
There is a mood here of burning boats and blowing up bridges. Careful, then, when making decisions. There will be no going back once they’ve been made. Overseas links are quite strong and connect with reunions and business opportunities. Anything to do with pension plans, insurance and saving schemes, seems to be highly relevant.
LEO 23RD JULY - 22ND AUGUST
It’s worth remembering that actions always speak louder than words, and this philosophy is something which cuts both ways. As you are being judged by your actions, then so must you judge others! September is a month for separating the men from the boys and for cutting away some of the dead wood you’ve acquired over the summer..
LIBRA 23RD SEPTEMBER - 22ND OCTOBER
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SCORPIO 23RD OCTOBER - 21ST NOVEMBER
Ladies, before you can get what you want, you must offer something in return – and offer it first! Gentlemen will be considering every offer and opportunity, weighing up the pros and cons before they commit. Money that is owed to you probably starts finding its way back to you. However much it is, sit on it or shove it in a sock under the bed.
SAGITTARIUS 22ND NOVEMBER - 21ST DECEMBER
Whatever else may be happening, it is the romantic energy of life which seems to dominate your life at this time, and the more you can put into a relationship the more you’ll get out of it. Yes, there are a host of other things on your mind, but follow your heart and your emotions to find the best, and in some cases, the only solution!
CAPRICORN 22ND DECEMBER - 19TH JANUARY
I think that in this month you are going
to get something you have wanted for a long time. The question is, will it bring as much pleasure and satisfaction as you thought it would? Travel energies are strong, and even if there is only one special weekend away, it will be a time worth having because it brings fresh energy to long standing unions and relationships.
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If that which you give is taken for granted, then stop giving it and let’s see what happens next! Romantic aspects are strong for emotional rebels but the “Old Fogey Brigade” marks time to the same old tunes. Elderly Aquarians become alarmed at the speed in which the time flies by, and thus, we may see some impulsive “second childhood” situations arising.
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Turn right onto Lord Mayors Walk. Round the corner you can see the walls again – nice and straight, as they were in Roman times. Keep walking. • What is the maximum weight a truck can be to park on this street? • Me and who?
Turn right again and pass through Monkbar. There was never a gateway here in Roman times, but lets use it anyway to get “inside the fortress”. But... • When was the gate’s barbican removed?
Carefully cross the road and enter the Museum Gardens. You’re still on the same Roman track, but now you can see actual Roman wall remains to the right. Stay on the path, heading for the Multangular Tower. • “Died February 9th 1970, aged...”? • When was the tower’s stone plaque presented?
The walls, still on the Roman alignment, start again at Bootham Bar. But don’t go up the steps, instead cross the road and continue down Gillygate. • Why is 26a Gillygate so cheap? • What two lovely and gentle things greet you as you seek salvation?
Right, let’s start walking. Head down Lendal, part of what used to be an access road around the outside of the front of the fortress. • What city’s monarch sells fried potatoes around here? • What number does the judge live at?
Turn right at the tower and follow the walls along the path next to King’s Manor. These sit right on top of the original Roman walls. After a while you’ll alight onto Exhibition Square. While there... • Which Henry stayed here? • Which princess necessitated the creation of a new gateway?
Carry on along Goodramgate for a while before turning left onto Aldwalk. We’re now following the Roman walls from the inside. • What military association is headquartered around here? • When was the Merchant Taylor’s Hall built?
To begin our trek around Eboracum, we start by the fortress’s entrance. Stand on St Helen’s Square outside Harkers and looking up Stonegate. This is where the Praetorian Gate once stood. But... • What kind of company used to call Harkers home? • Which famous confectioner used to live next door?
in the very first version of York, the Roman legionary fortress. To get a sense of the fort that would one day become our home city, we’re going to walk around it. Kinda.
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Carry on, keeping the market on your left. The streets you pass, Patrick Pool and Silver Street, both came into being by people knocking holes in the Roman wall. Needs must, eh? • Which couple would love you to join them for lunch?
Cross over Parliament Street by the (dead) fountain and carry on along Market Street. By the junction next to Costa is where the southern tower of the fortress stood. • Can you spot Rabbie's place? • In case of fire the switch must be... what? (tricky one, this) Turn right onto Coney Street, whicih, along with Lendal, served as a riverside walk along the fortress's facing side. • What is hanging around on no. 25? • And finally... in what year was that same insurance company from question one started? Yep, it's in Roman numerals. Which is appropriate.
Carry on down the street until you hit King's Square. This was the site of the Porta Principia Sinistra, the gateway opposite that which stood where Bootham Bar now stands. Head for the market. • In which fun little book was The Shambles first mentioned?
Well done! You just walked around (and through, a bit) the Roman legionary fortress of Eboracum. Big place, eh?
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(1721-98) was a rich chap from Darlington, who, along with his son, James, formed Backhouse Bank. James' son, also called James, used his family's wealth to get a sound education in Leeds, and, both as a result of an interest in plants and as a sufferer of asthma, took an apprenticeship at a nursery in Norwich. After two years James (along with his brother, Thomas) began looking for their own site to establish a nursery, and they purchased a lot on Toft Green in York in 1815, owned by the Telford family. Interestingly, the site (which is now home to office buildings and the old railway station currently occupied by City of York Council) had been granted to the Telfords since 1665 on the site of a Dominican Friary garden, itself established in 1228.
BOOMIN' 'ECK From this point on, business was booming. The early 19th century saw a huge interest in botany, especially for specimens from far-flung regions of the world, which the Backhouse brothers were able to source. Gardening amongst the landed gentry became popular (although we assume not
many of them actually did any digging themselves), and the company provided not only seeds and plants, but also expertise in growing and care. In 1827 James' wife died, leaving him with two young children; one called James. Despite that, he left both the business and his children in the care of his brother and set sail for Australia. His was undertaking missionary work as a Quaker, but also used the expedition as a chance to collect rare samples from Australia, Mauritius, and South Africa. On his return to York ten years later (!) he took over running of the nursery, joined by his son, James.
STEAM AND FLOWERS As mentioned above, the Backhouse Nursery on Toft Green was to become the site of York's first major railway station. This was no coincidence, as the wealthy Backhouses, along with other rich Quaker families in the region, helped to fund the construction of the early rail network. If York was connected to the growing rail system, plants and
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However, following the agricultural depression of the 1880s, and later the First World War, demand for expensive plants and gardens fell. In 1921 much of the site was sold off (now covered by houses and a school), but the remaining part soldiered on in a vastly reduced state of 28 acres. This too, unfortunately, had to sold following the death of the final James Backhouse, and in 1955 City of York Council purchased it to turn into a public park. But the Backhouse legacy lives on. Take a walk around West Bank Park and you'll see glimpses of the old nursery, including the rockery, towering alpine trees, and tantalising lumps and bumps of long demolished buildings and greenhouses in the woods. And hey, the remnants of a beautiful nursery are a far better legacy for York than the crumbling ruins of a coal mine or steel works.
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GAME ON Fancy a new sporting challenge, as well as a way to make some new friends? Acomb Hockey Club are on the lookout for keen new players and goalkeepers, for both the ladies and men’s teams. All the club’s teams play in the Yorkshire Hockey Association Divisions, and each season they battle to progress higher in the leagues. They meet on Wednesday nights at Energise Sports Centre, 7.30pm, to play, train, talk tactics, and have a laugh. n If you would like to join, the club run free sessions to let you get a taste, so to find out more, visit www.acombhockeyclub.co.uk or call 07762 733698.
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If you’ve ever met a gardener called James, he’s in good historic company. This month, while researching our Time Travel feature, we learnt that there wasn’t just one famous James Backhouse (of Backhouse Nursery – now West Bank Park – fame), but rather five. Or six. We lost count, to be honest. Successive fathers naming their sons James has not only confused us, historians, and post office workers, but surely family get-togethers were a nightmare. Anyway, find out more about the many James Backhouses (and their legacy) in the article.
It’s easy to spot the Celts
If, this month, you’re worried about the city being attacked by filthy Celts, have a go at sentry duty. For the Treasure Hunt this issue we are walking around the Roman fortress of Eboracum, tracing the exact position of the military base that grew (after many exchanges of power) into our beloved York. You don’t need to don Roman armour and march around the route barking Classical Latin at ginger people, but it definitely will help. Jus’ saying.
X SHOULD NOT BE A LETTER
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It is, come on. Ask someone to draw their impression of what goes on during the average August, and you’ll see crude scribblings of beaches, bikinis, beaming yellow circles in the sky, and happy, sweating faces. But that is a lie. Quite frankly we welcome September and the coming of autumn, as August is always something of a damp disappointment. We’ve said it before, but the British Summer lasts for two weeks in early July. The rest is just... bleurgh. Either way, HAPPY HALLOWEEN CHRISTMAS NEW YEAR!!!
Don’t get us wrong, X is a very useful eXample of an eXcellent character, but we don’t agree that it should hold letter status. The alphabet should consist of only 25 letters, and that kids’ song should end “vee, double-you, COUGH, why, zed!” Because X is never the beginning of a word, ever. If you can name a word that starts with X right now, I’m afraid you’re a weirdo and nobody likes you. And X-Men doesn’t count, nerd. We discovered our distaste for X this month when completing our A to Z of road safety, geared up for the start of the school year. To find out what we finally used for X, flip there now.
...BUT 9 IS?
We were a little shocked to learn that kids at school no longer get graded with letters (A*, A, B, C etc...) but instead now work toward a number grade. Apparently 9 is the highest, dropping down all the way to 1. Why? Surely 1 should be the highest grade, as you can’t get any further than a number 1 (The mathematicians amongst you are all probably shouting, ‘zero IS a number!’), but having 9 as the top mark leaves it open to, ahem, ‘improvements’. Maybe there is a secret 10 grade, but only kids who go to Eaton can achieve it. Conspiracy! Anyway, read what Sarah has to say about the matter in her Sarah’s Asides column this month.
According to our Events Hotlist this month, it is 375 years since the start of the English Civil War. Who knew? Well, obviously historians, people who are into their history, and maybe even that Greenland Shark who is thought to be about 500 years old (he might have been there). Still, Yorkshire 375 will be taking place at Scampston Hall at the end of August, in which The Sealed Knot Society will re-enact a Civil War battle in all the smoky, messy, loud, and bloody glory. Apparently a higher percentage of the population died in that war than in World War One. Crikey. Lets not have another one of those, okay?
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something (or you wouldn't have a website in the first place). So .. when people come to your website, what do you want them to do? For many, they want people to buy something. What exactly is that action .. do you want people to call you to make their purchase? Or do they
How did your heart feel when I said that? Did you feel bad about not having enough traffic and perhaps not really knowing how to fix it? That's OK. Most of us have low traffic websites. If you're a garage door repair service or a wedding cake decorator, you probably won't have thousands of web visitors and that's how it should be. So why should you check your Analytics? Because you still want people to do
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“A key measure of success is your bounce rate,” If you have enough traffic, you can do a split test. For instance, which homepage picture is best? Analytics can run 'experiments' where visitors are split and some see version 1 of a particular web page, others see version 2. With Goals set up, you can see which version (photograph) delivers most sales. Once the experiment is over, you can go with the better picture and test something else. Evolution got us pretty much everything, with Analytics you can evolve your website. A key measure of success is your bounce rate, that is: what percentage of people arrive at your website and leave quickly without doing anything. Often it's about 40%. Your website's speed and its first impression are key to your success. You can run experiments to improve your bounce rate. Basically Analytics lets you follow the money. Using it, you can spot what's working and do more of that, and see what's not working so you can do less of that. It lets you hone your sales system
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with Dan Tait
Each month Dan delivers his thoughts on local, national, and international sporting clashes. Pray silence.
Stadium cost and I bet Neymar doesn’t have a retractable roof”. Speaking of money, when I saw Man United were linked with Tinder, I thought perhaps it’s the right winger they are supposed to be crying out for, but in fact it’s a sponsorship deal that will see them pocket £12 million for having the dating app logo on their shirt sleeves. I guess they will try anything to get a decent match at Old Trafford. So it’s not just male BBC presenters that seem to get all of the money in the world. Brazilian superstar Neymar has been signed by PSG for a world record £198 million. Why they didn’t round it up to 200 seems to have passed me by, but someone worked out that for the same price as buying Neymar, PSG could have bought 792,000,000 Freddos, which begs the question… when the hell did that tiny chocolate bar become 25p? I know football has been money mad for a long time now, but paying a guy who scored 13 league goals last
HOM E A N D AWAY season half a million per week is a bit OTT, even by football’s standards, although Neymar has said the move wasn’t motivated by money. That may be true, but if he dropped a £2 coin it literally wouldn’t be worth bending down to pick it up (and not just because in France they pay him in Euros). One person commented that, “£200 million is what the Millennium
Of course York City don’t spend in the millions, but have been touted to have the largest wage bill in the National League North. This is the club’s first ever season in regionalised football and in 25 years of supporting the club I don’t think we have ever been favourites for any league we have taken part in, but looking at the likes of Leamington and Spennymoor Town, perhaps this is the year the Minstermen come out on top. Naturally, York City proceeded
to lose the opening game of the season at home to Telford United 1-0, where doom and gloom were in equal measure. I think there was more hysteria created than people seeing the new Bake Off trailer, as supporters contemplated what league was below the National League North (think it’s the SPL) after the indignity of losing one football match. People need to calm down; it’s a marathon, not a sprint. Sure enough, the next game they won 2-0 at the mighty Blyth Spartans and fans could breathe again. Some further positive news was that work on the new Community stadium will officially start in October after a lengthy process. I think the move was first mooted back in 2004 (with the view to move in by 2009). To put that in context, in 2004 Simon Cowell just revealed plans about a (karaoke) programme called X Factor, Peppa Pig was aired for the first time, and Nadia won Big Brother.
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MEANWHILE, IN CRICKET... While York City’s season is just getting underway, Yorkshire CCC is coming to a close. September will see the final four County Championship games taking place, with the last finishing just before October, which is pretty ridiculous for a British summer sport. Supporters will be seeing their own breath as the last wickets tumble. I made the mistake of going to the last County Championship game against leaders Essex at Scarborough where Yorkshire were bowled out in less than two days play. As ever you can always rely on the supporter’s conversations to be the overriding highlight. Imminently retiring stalwart Ryan Sidebottom had a bucket collection for his testimonial and one tight Yorkshireman said he put a quid in but wanted 90p change. My favourite moment was a man paying £4 for a bacon roll and after asking for the rind to be cut off looked like he had ordered an overpriced pork scratching.
A couple of months back we featured a preview of the York City Past Players Charity Golf Day played at Pike Hills Golf Club on 26th July. The event was a huge success with the winners “Yorkie Boys” captained by former “Yorkie” mascot, Steve Ovenden. Featuring a host of former stars such as club legends Dale Banton, Andy McMillan, Scott Kerr and Derek Hood the organisers were able to present York Against Cancer with a cheque for £2000 towards the running costs of the new mobile chemotherapy unit, now being used in the York area. The photo shows York Against Cancer manager, Julie Russell, receiving the cheque from former City favourite, goalkeeper Graeme Crawford, alongside organisers from Pike Hills GC Graham Bradbury and Garry Dunn. Graham Bradbury was delighted with the event and would like to thank everyone involved including participants and all sponsors who supported the event.
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YOU NEED THESE NEW FANCY THINGS OR YOUR FRIENDS WILL SHUN YOU. SHUN YOU! LUMOS SMART BIKE HELMET. As the nights start to draw in, it's time once again to consider road safety. If you're a cyclist why not smother your head in lights? That is the thinking behind the Lumos Helmet; a crash hat with lights on both front and back. Also, by way of a clip-on handle bar control unit, the helmet even has indicator lights, so cars behind know exactly where you're planning on going. Oh, and it'll keep your brain safe in the event of an accident. And we do so love your brain, you know? n£159.99 from www. amazon.co.uk FOOBOT. At home reading this? If so, what is going into your body right now? That is what the Foobot will get you thinking about, as this is a smart home air monitor. Foobot detects pollutants in the air and sends an alert to your smartphone, telling you to do something about it, such as open a window to let in more air. It can warn of bad stuff like moulds and mildew, and will glow red if too much nasty stuff is detected. We think this sounds rather useful, especially if you have children with breathing conditions. n £180 from www.foobot.io
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We check out a gadget currently seeking funding on www.Kickstarter.com ORII. Wowzer! This is a smart ring that connects to your phone and allows you to make and hear calls THROUGH YOUR FINGER! You simply lift your finger up to your ear (as if you’re pretending to make a call) and the Orii transmits the
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Eh? Seriously, that is a real term now being used by car manufacturers. It refers to the fact that consumers are becoming so very used to swapping their latest possessions on a regular basis – just like they do with their smartphones – that an increasing amount of people are changing their cars more regularly. Retail specialist company CAP HPI conducted research and found that people would prefer to update their cars over their phones, with many saying they get bored of their cars after just 18 months. To be fair to the average consumer, cars are being updated now with similar regularity to smartphones, and as more and more car makers create low-emission and hybrid cars (stuffed with clever self-driving functionally) there is a greater desire to get an updated model. We suppose this will become an even bigger craze when, as reputed, Apple release their own range of vehicles. Imagine that; a new car ever year. It’ll look the same, do what other cars have been doing for a year, but cost you twice as much. Whoa, iPhone burn!
What colour is your car? Green? Red? Pink? If so, you're a weirdo and deserve to be ostracised by society for not fitting in, you damn individual. That is because the most popular colour of car last year in the UK was white, with black following closely behind. White and black have been the top two choices for new car colours for a while now, with grey and blue nabbing the third and fourth spot. Although white was the overall fave, in England alone black was King, with white winning in all other member countries. However, reports show that white is slipping, with numbers
down by 2% from the previous year. Eek. Still, these simple colours are far better than the awful champagne which seemed to adorn all new cars around the turn of millennium. Looked like metallic wee wee. Anyway...
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What about you, eh? Are you telling us the truth? We don't know who to trust any more, nor can be sure what is real. This existential crisis comes from discovering that car adverts are lying to us. No, not that if you buy a new car you will become as beautiful as the models filmed driving them, but rather that THE CAR ISN'T ACTUALLY THERE. Let us explain. There exists a car called the Blackbird; a battery powered, single-seater that looks a bit like a miniature Batmobile.
Used by the film and TV industry, the Blackbird is filmed driving along country roads, across deserts, and down winding Alpine tracks. You might have already seen a car advert with it in, but also you definitely haven't. That is because the Blackbird itself is then covered over in editing by a CGI model of the car actually be advertised – a car that might not yet even be completed. By using digital models cleverly overlaid onto the frame of the Blackbird, car companies can plan their marketing campaign before the actual product is ready to go. And quite frankly that blows our minds. Search in YouTube for ‘Blackbird filming car’ and you'll find videos revealing the transformation. No. Just, no. Nothing is real and we're living in the Matrix.
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SMART THINKING I was visited this month by Chris Franklin of ERT magazine, a man and publication I am sure you will never have heard of, but both are big news in the electrical industry. This is one of the few times Chris has ventured north; the last being the opening of our store in Harrogate five years ago. It's always great to catch up with him because by visiting so many stores up and down the country he is always in tune with the ups and downs of this crazy business. So what did we talk about? First up, the Smart Home. I have written before on this subject and the huge benefits of connected devices and appliances. I failed to understand the electrical industry's view that this is some sort of meal ticket, opening the flood gates to clients clamouring for kilometres data cabling to be somehow forced into their plasterwork. Chris conceded that I may have a point; part of the beauty of this new technology is the ease with which you can get it to all talk to each other, but there's still room for a quality install job that sorts out any wireless issues.
We then moved on to web sales. Are Herbert Todd looking to expand our sales area? I suppose the presumption would be yes, and by having a site that's always on you can always be open, ready to make a sale. However, that's not really what we're about. I don't want to hand my customers products to a courier to deliver, as that would not lend itself to an excellent customer experience. Since our move out to Monks Cross and spending so much time and money to set ourselves apart from the average I am pleased to report that the store is making waves both in the national industry press but, more importantly, to our local, loyal customers in and around North Yorkshire. We look forward to seeing many more of you soon! n Visit www.htodd.co.uk
You can never be too prepared... We hear from Mel Collier of JDL... There’s truth in the saying ‘none of us are getting any younger’ and I don’t know about you, but I want to stay in my own home for as long as I can. With this in mind, I have a lot of people calling me at JDL to ask if we can ‘future proof’ their bathrooms, without it looking too sterile or clinical. Of course the answer is YES! Gone are the days of ribbed handrails and cumbersome seats; it’s all about making the bathroom work whilst also making it look beautiful, and there are a number of things you can do.
First, there’s the bath to contend with. As we get older, for many of us it’s difficult to climb in and out of the bath, so my advice is look at either a walk-in shower area or a reduced height bath. If you go for the shower area, add a seat which will fold up flat against the wall when not in use; that way, it’s there when you need it, but out of the way when you don’t. In both the bath and the shower tray look at anti-slip coating on the base to give you that extra grip and security. Secondly, think about your WC. For many, the simple act of sitting down can cause pain and when the toilet pan is low (as is standard nowadays), it
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On track for a fun day If you're a fan of both railways and cake, there is way to combine them without having to hop a Network Rail security fence with a Victoria sponge in your pocket. Get to Poppleton Community Railway Nursery on 9th September, 10am-4pm, for their special Heritage Open Day. As well as checking out the fascinating site, plants, and flowers, and feasting verily upon homemade cakes, you can also try your hand at driving a train! Hop on board for a supervised driver experience on their restored narrow gauge railway engine. Also, find out about the history of the Nursery, a volunteer-run charity, and see their railway memorabilia and artefacts. n Visit www.poppletonrailwaynursery.co.uk
Autumn in the meadow The autumn can be a gorgeous time of year here in York, especially in our greener spaces. If you were hoping to book in some outdoor activities to make the most of
the season, The Friends of Rawcliffe Meadows have released the dates for their forthcoming work parties, where volunteers get together to help keep the site of special scientific interest in Clifton tidy and beautiful. This month you can join them on the 10th September, then again on 8th October, 19th November, and 3rd December. n For details of what jobs need to be completed, and to find out more about both the Friends and the nature reserve, visit www.rawcliffemeadows.wordpress.com
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Although September is the month when temperatures start to fall and the sun begins giving most of its attention to elsewhere on the planet, it doesn’t have to be the end of sitting in your garden. Here are some outdoor heating ideas to prolong the Great British summer.
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Autumn Hanging Baskets As the seasons are moving on, summer will soon be coming to an end. Your tubs and baskets may be beginning to look tired, but you still want your garden to look colourful; hanging baskets are such an easy way to add interest and colour to any space. Many people don’t bother with autumn baskets as they think there isn’t a good enough range of plants, as with summer baskets, to give them impact... but they are wrong! Autumn hanging baskets generally have better textures and contrasts than summer hanging baskets, due to the type of plants used, and if planted smartly autumn baskets can give interest throughout the winter months too. To give floral colour, choose from Pansies, Violas, Bellis, Heather and Cyclamen. These give the best displays and can cope with our winters relatively well. For foliage
colour, there are many options, ranging from Conifers, Grasses, Creeping Thyme, Ajuga, Hedera, Ferns and Sedums; thus giving you many different textures and foliage colours which will contrast and show each other off nicely. To add another texture you could also introduce fruiting plants, such as Solanum, Skimmia and Gaulthria, as the berries will add another dimension of interest. TRAIL-BLAZING To make an autumn hanging basket, it is generally best to fill the sides with as many trailing plants as possible with the
odd Pansy strategically placed all the way around. Almost overfill the bottom and side, because what you must remember is that autumn baskets won’t fill out as quickly as summer ones, so if left plant in the middle, such as a Grass, sparse it will probably remain looking Conifer or Skimmia. When satisfied quite bare. with how it looks, start with a ring Once happy with the sides it is time to start on the top. Fill the basket with of colour around the centre piece using plants such as Bellis, Violas and a good peat based multi-purpose Cyclamen. Again, when happy with compost, adding Osmocote to the how it looks you can then start on compost, which is a slow release the edges of the hanging basket. Use fertiliser. This will help keep your trailing plants such as Thyme, Ajuga plants looking better for longer. We and Hedera, and by doing this you use peat based at this time of year will create the typical sphere shape as it is lighter than soil based and less associated with a hanging basket, as water retentive, which is what you the edge will be encourage to merge may find you need as our winters with the sides creaming a seamless can be quite wet and you want to ball of colour. If maintained it can last avoid plants rotting off due to being right through the winter until it’s time too wet. 20374.15 HTbasket YORKlook THE PRESS ADVERT APRIL 2015_Layout 1 14/04/2015 17:30 to think about summer again. To make the balanced, Best of luck with yours! start with the tallest or centre
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My garden lacks colour in autumn, so could you please recommend some plants that would provide lots of colour later in the year?
Although September welcomes the start of autumn, more than not the days remain warm and are usually an extension of summer. Attention to detail will keep your garden looking fresh and interesting in the weeks ahead, so continue to dead-head flowers. The cutting back of summer perennials which have finished flowering, and a light forking through of the borders, are a good way to keep weeds under control.
• Schizostylis coccimea kaffir lilies thrive best in a damp site, with their dainty small pink, red, and white flowers – truly a little autumn gem. • And last but not least, verbena 'bonariensis' boasts tall violet blue flowers on ridged stems, and will attract butterflies and bees to your garden.
To maintain trained forms and enhance flowering, wisterias must be rigorously spur-pruned in two stages: in summer and winter. Even wisterias that are allowed to ramble informally flower much better when spur-pruned. Prune in mid-winter, and again in summer, about two months after flowering. To aim of pruning is to control extension growth and to encourage the production of lateral flowering spurs.
Here are a good few perennials that will give you a late burst of colour to end off the year: • All of the Japanese anemones will add grace and charm to end of the season borders. Anemone 'September charm pink “honorine konigin”' is a beautiful white anemone, and “Konigin Charlotte” is a nice mid-pink. • Asters, also known as Michaelmas daisies, will start to flower later in September. Aster “Proffesor Anton Kippenberg” is blue with a yellow centre, and “Little Carlow” is a smaller variety with violet flowers. They also have pink, yellow, and white species. • Black eyes daisies will flower right through autumn and even into winter in the weather is kind.
These very ornamental plants are ideal for high walls and fences, and also for pergolas. Most are fully hardy, but flower best in a warm, sunny, sheltered site. Wisterias may take several years or more to begin to flower, and plants on nitrogenrich soils may produce excessive vegetation at the expense of flowers.
I have recently moved into a new house. There is a wisteria growing on the side wall which seems not to have been pruned for a few years. Could you please explain how I might go about pruning it? Wisterias are deciduous, woody-stemmed, twining climbers, usually vigorous, with pinnate leaves, grown for their beautiful pea-flowers. Flowers may be white, blue, or deep purple, pink or violet, and are borne on lateral spurs on ripened wood.
The current season's shoots are cut back in two stages, to within two or three buds of their base. These will bear the coming season's flowers. Growth and flower buds are easily distinguished in late winter; the former being narrow and pointed, while the latter are plump and blunt. Wire and vine-eyes are the best way to support wisterias to fences and walls, and also be sure to feed with a high potassium plant food to encourage good flowering next season.
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FILLING THE ONION GAP TONY CHALCRAFT GIVES US THE LOWDOWN ON OUR GARDENS. If you know your onions, it’s probably the spring planted type, those usually grown from baby onions or ‘sets’ planted out in late March or early April. These are harvested in late summer and will, if dried and stored carefully, keep for use right through to the following spring. The problem with just growing spring planted onions is that by April, however well stored, many will be sprouting and going soft. It’s then quite a few months before the onions planted in spring are ready, leaving the onion ‘gap’.
MIND THE GAP Like many gardeners I like to ‘mind the gap’ by growing over-wintered onions that mature in June or even late May. There’s two ways of doing this: either by sowing seeds or by planting sets. After years of trying both I’ve come to the conclusion that sets are more reliable. Over-wintering onion sets are readily available in
garden centres from late summer. Several varieties are commonly offered. One of the best, and one I usually grow, is Senshyu Yellow, a variety also available as seed. Its name is Japanese. Many of the newer over-wintered varieties originate from Japan so that, confusingly, over-wintered onions are sometimes referred to as ‘Japanese onions’. Other varieties I’ve used are Radar, which is a ‘yellow’ onion like Senshyu, and the red type, Electric. A new variety I’ve not yet tried is the very un-Japanese sounding Shakespeare. Whatever variety you choose, it’s important not to plant too soon. The main fault with over-wintered onion sets is a tendency to ‘bolt’ (produce a seed head) in spring before a good-sized bulb has formed. The likelihood of this occurring is increased by premature planting. Mid or even late September is plenty early enough; definitely do not plant the sets in August! However, don’t delay too long. Sets planted well into October may not have enough time to establish roots and foliage to survive the winter weather.
NO BOTHER Generally I find over-wintered onions to be trouble free. Unlike their spring planted cousins they don’t usually pick up the dreaded white rot fungus. It is best to choose a relatively well drained spot to plant as wet winter soil may impair growth. Very
hard winters with lots of frost can also cause casualties. An occasional problem I’ve had is cats and foxes nibbling the leaves and birds pulling out the bulbs as shoots emerge. If this occurs some netting may be necessary. By early November the sets should have sprouted a couple of strong shoots. Growth will then almost cease until early March when the onions will, all being well, spurt back into life. By early May some of the bulbs should be big enough to use, with the entire crop usually ready a month or so later. Over-wintered-onions don’t tend to grow as big as their spring planted onions, but then size isn’t everything in the vegetable world – taste and flavour is what really counts. To showcase this... York Organic Gardeners’ Association will be holding their annual Taste and Flavour Fruit and Vegetable Show at Brunswick Nursery, Bishopthorpe on Saturday 16th September. Judging is based on taste rather than size or appearance. The show is open to all; anyone who grows fruit or vegetables on organic lines can enter. n For further information see www.yorkorganicgardenersassociation.org.uk.
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Sarah has something to say. Just keep it to yourself, will you? I GIVE THIS IDEA A 1 When I was at school, getting an A* at GCSE was the best you could possibly do. However, kids sitting their GCSEs this year will have been working to get a 9, after the government restructured the GCSE grading system. According to a press release we were sent, the restructuring of the exam system for 16 years olds will better prepare them for employment in “21st century Britain”. What other century are they going to get a job in? Apparently the new exams are tougher, making a 9 harder to attain. I don't really mind all this, but I'm quite fond of the letter system, and when leaving feedback on eBay I like to type “Very good seller A+++++++++”. Soon, no one will get what that means. “Very good seller 9” doesn't have the same feel, does it?
(especially me). That is the thinking behind OCAY, the Older Citizens Advocacy York charity, who work to help people over the age of 50 by providing a free and independent advocacy service to help them to have a voice in the issues that concern them. To offer the best possible service they can, they have recently moved to new premises on Priory Street. The new home for the charity has more space, especially to hold private and confidential meetings with their clients, which one day we all might be. So, if you need help or advice, go to 15 Priory Street, or call 676200.
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Young people! Are you looking for a challenge, but feel completely unready to hike up a mountain, or rough it in the wilds quite yet? If so, talk to the York Open Award group. They run a Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme and will be enrolling new members in October for the expeditions next summer. Training will take place over the winter, so there’s time to get set. To find out more, email email@example.com
DOUBLE TROUBLE Two’s good company when it comes to dancing. Derwent Dance Works have annouced that they now have two coaches on the team, meaning there will be more classes for kids.
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As you can tell from this monthly column, I feel I have a lot to say about what is going on in and around the city. Apart from you lot, I've also found a great bunch who are willing to listen to what I have to say... and my opinions might help everyone else. So could yours. That is because Healthwatch York are an organisation that listen to people's experiences of healthcare in the city, from stories of life-changing treatments, to being miffed that you can't get a dentist appointment. By listening to our experiences, they strive to make healthcare in York as good as it can be, so don't be afraid to sing up if you have something to say. Give them a call on 621133, or find out more at www.healthwatchyork.co.uk
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I’VE DONE IT AGAIN Howard Mosley-Chalk is a father and a husband. But more importantly he is a man. These are his (un)manly words. About two and a half years ago I wrote a column about being unable to fathom how life with three children would be; as my wife, meanwhile, cooked our third child in her glorious Scottish tum-tum. Well, similar thoughts are returning once more, because I'm very happy to announce that we are now expecting our fourth. Wait, not happy. Nonplussed. This one was (hush) 'unplanned', and unlike the previous three, did not fit in with some grand cosmic plan my wife had worked out with the moon and the spirits of her female ancestors, or however it is she plans things. No, we were both surprised. This is a surprise. One of those surprises that is both good and, forgive me dear wife, bad. Like a Christmas present you don't have any batteries for. Or like when
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PRACTICAL Four. Four damn kids. Even writing that now confuses me a little; not because I cannot comprehend what looking after four kids will be like (once you hit three you tend to stop trying and just accept the chaos), but because I'm kinda okay about it. I'm not stressing out as I did in that column two and a half years ago (or the one from four and a half years ago) but instead just enjoying the pregnancy ride. That's not a euphemism.
car. While my wife was dangling the pee-soaked test before my eyes, waiting for my reaction, I was mentally shuffling the kids around the car seats, pondering where the shopping will go if we pop up the second seat in the boot. I think I blurted out “We'll keep the roof box permanently on the car” before I said anything else.
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Although there will soon be yet another voice calling out “Daddy, can you...” to which I will have to respond and act several thousand times each day, I'm now even more hopeful for the future. You see, I have accepted my lot in life as a word-doer and human climbing frame, and my long held dreams of being the first stand-up comedian on Mars, and
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stroking Sophie Ellis Bextor's hair without her knowing, have long since faded. Now I'm all geared up to living vicariously through my children, so the more the merrier. At least one of those little monsters should make it to Mars. Once there, they could Skype me. I dunno.
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LET US FEAST! Scoff Medieval-style at Barley Hall this month Taking place during York’s famous Food and Drink Festival, this unique dining event at Barley Hall will whisk you back to the late Middle Ages for a gastronomic treat. Enjoy a three-course meal in the Great Hall while your hosts discuss the history of the Hall and talk you through the food available in medieval York. You’ll dine like a King at the table of William Snawsell; Goldsmith, Alderman and former Lord Mayor of York (and former owner of the hall). A bar will also be available serving hearty ales and fine wines. Cheers! n Visit www.thejorvikgroup.com/tickets
YOU’LL HAVE A GREAT NAY! The Royal Armouries present a spectacular horse show
The Royal Armouries in Leeds is proud to present a spectacular horse show, 27th-28th August, featuring the Winged Hussars; a crack team of fast-riding, sharp-shooting, sabre-rattling cavalrymen from Poland. The show will feature the traditional uniforms and military skills of the Winged Hussars, who were considered to be the elite of the 17th-century Polish cavalry. It will include displays of mounted drill exercises showcasing the horsemen’s skills with sabres, lances, and pistols. Shows at 12noon and 3pm daily. n Visit www.royalarmouries.org
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Civil war has broken out at Scampston Hall. The Sealed Knot Society proudly present YORKSHIRE 375 at Scampston Hall, near Malton, 27th-28th August, 11am-4pm. It is 375 years since the start of the English Civil War, when father fought against son, brother against brother, and the casualties were a greater percentage of the population than in World War One. The Sealed Knot Society will bring to you the sights, sounds, and smell of battle during the conflict, so a day of entertainment and education all rolled into one. A must for all ages! n Visit www.scampston.co.uk
IS IT GETTING HOT IN HERE? Steamy times at Harewood House’s Steam Fair The stunning grounds of Harewood House, Leeds, will play host to a steam fair over the weekend of 2nd-3rd September. There will be a full programme of top steam fair attractions, including steam engines, classic cars, vintage tractors, and classic motorcycles. Also, performing over the two days live on stage will be the Crazy Bears, entertaining you with singing, dancing and magic tricks at various times. See also birds of prey displays, featuring magnificent eagles and vultures. n Visit www.outdoorshows.co.uk
IT’S YOR FESTIVAL Yorfest returns! Returning to York’s Knavesmire for the second year on 23rd September, Yorfest is a music festival being headlined by The Lightning Seeds. The festival will also include performances from The Rifles, The Slow Readers Club, and The Glass Caves, and country duo The Shire. Bound to be an incredible day of live performances, the festival received incredible praise from last year, so this year’s is sure to be even better. n Visit www.yorfest.com
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ROBIN HOOD: THE ARROW OF DSTINY (UNTIL 2ND SEPTEMBER) It's all very well stealing from the rich to give to the poor, but when you have no sense of direction then mayhem ensues! Robin Hood is lost in Sherwood Forest. It's not his fault; there are a lot of trees. But once again it falls to Maid Marian to save the day and get him and the Merry Men out of a scrape. They may wear the tights, but Marian knows what really makes a hero. A summer swashbuckling show for all the family as the team of actor puppeteers re-tell this classic story of heroism, valour, and the power of legendary teamwork with songs, slapstick and spectacle. PERFECTLY IMPERFECT WOMEN (14TH-16TH SEPTEMBER) York-born and raised storyteller Danyah Miller explores what drives us to want to live perfect lives. What is perfection and what's so bad about imperfection? This universal story examines the complex relationship between mothers and daughters and what it means to accept imperfection in order to connect more deeply with your female line.
COUNTRY SUPERSTARS (21ST SEPTEMBER) This truly unique show is hosted by Sarah Jayne, who has been performing as Dolly Parton for over 25 years and is Europe’s Leading Tribute to the Queen of Country. Sarah Jayne and award-winning vocal impersonator Andy Crust take us on a journey back through time, meeting some of the most influential icons who shaped Country music history. THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK (29TH-30TH) All children, animals and silly people welcome! The impossible voyage of an improbable crew to hunt an imaginary creature is brought magically to life in this sparkling musical comedy adventure for 4 to 94 year olds. Enter the imaginative world of Alice in Wonderland creator, Lewis Carroll, in this brand new, highly original, ultra-modern adaptation inspired by his much loved classic poem.
Visit www.josephrowntreetheatre.co.uk To book: 501935 WEST END NIGHTS (1ST SEPTEMBER) The show promises a wonderful evening celebrating the finest and best loved songs from the dazzling West End. THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (21ST-23RD SEPTEMBER) The Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company present the duo's tale of a pair of strolling players – Elsie Maynard (a singer) and Jack Point (a Jester) – who become caught up in a risky intrigue at the Tower of London. THE AMERICAN DREAM (7TH OCTOBER) A unique concert featuring Miss Saigon and other American musicals, performed by The Bev Jones Music Company. Be absorbed into the passionate love story set in Vietnam and experience the horror of war and its devastating effects.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE To book: 0844 8713024
PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT: THE MUSICAL (8TH-16TH SEPTEMBER) York Stage Musicals brings the camp classic Priscilla Queen of the Desert: The Musical to the Grand Opera House York in a brand new production. Based on the smash-hit movie, Priscilla Queen of the Desert: The Musical is the heart warming, uplifting adventure of three friends, Tick, Bernadette and Adam, a glamorous Sydneybased performing trio who agree to take their show to the middle of the Australian outback.
YORK BARBICAN 10 Rip It Up 21 Texas 22 Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club 28 Shane Filan 29 Katherine Ryan 30 Milton Jones
THE BASEMENT 2 Open Mic Night 3 Burning Duck Comedy Club 8 Basement Jazz Club 9 The Velma Celli Show 15 Basement Jazz Club 16 Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club 17 Siobhan Wilson 19 Basement Jazz Club 20 John Murry 29 Jack Sabbath
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET (19TH-23RD SEPTEMBER) Following its success in the West End, Las Vegas and on Broadway, this worldwide smash-hit musical is inspired by the famous recording session that brought together rock ‘n’ roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time.
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TOSCA (6TH OCTOBER) Russian State Opera presents a dramatic masterpiece where love and, politics collide and murder takes place at the highest level. Tosca is one of the most iconic operas of all times. There are three famous arias, ‘Recondita armonia (Hidden harmony), Vissi d’arte, vissi d’amore (I live for art, I lived for love), and ‘E lucevan le stele’ (And the stars shone).
STEPHEN JOSEPH THEATRE, SCARBOROUGH To book: 01723 370540
TAKING STEPS (UNTIL 5TH OCTOBER) When tongue-tied solicitor Tristram is sent along to oversee the sale of a large and crumbling house, reputedly a haunted former brothel, he may have bitten off more than he can chew. A BRIEF HISTORY OF WOMEN (1ST SEPTEMBER7TH OCTOBER) A comedy in four parts about an unremarkable man and the remarkable women who loved him, left him, or lost him. GOTH WEEKEND (14TH SEPTEMBER-7TH OCTOBER) The story of a girl growing up in a town where being different is difficult, where conforming is the norm. Mum’s no longer around and dad has started dating a bit too soon. Worst of all he’s dating Belinda, a Goth who looks like a vampire and has her purple hearse parked on the drive.
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ONGOING EVENTS UNTIL 5th NOVEMBER DEMOLITION AND RESTORATION, Treasurers House. After the success of the display last year, we expand the story so you can delve deeper into the changes Frank Green made to the house and find out more about the lost houses of York. Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ treasurershouseyork UNTIL 5th NOVEMBER THE LIFE AND TIMES OF BENINGBROUGH: PEOPLE, PLACES AND PORTRAITS, Beningbrough Hall, Gallery & Gardens, Tuesday–Sunday, 10.30am– 5pm. Uncover intriguing stories of prosperity, loss and reinvention spanning 300 years, from Victorian families to RAF crews. Visit www. nationaltrust.org.uk/beningbrough UNTIL 5th NOVEMBER VIKING: REDISCOVER THE LEGEND, The Yorkshire Museum. Two of the most significant and
internationally recognised collections of Viking Age treasure in Britain will be brought together for the first time in a major new exhibition at the Yorkshire Museum. Featuring exciting Anglo-Saxon and Viking discoveries, the exhibition will explore how the Vikings transformed life in Britain. Visit www.yorkshiremuseum.org.uk UNTIL 8th OCTOBER DAVID GREENWOOD EXHIBITION, Kentmere House Gallery. A masterful painter of townscape, he never tires of exploring its streets, snickleways, famous buildings and terraced houses. Visit www.kentmerehouse.co.uk
UNTIL 16th SEPTEMBER A SUMMER SPECTACULAR, Lotte Inch Gallery. An exhibition of new work by Emily Sutton, Mark Hearld, Angie Lewin, and more. Visit www. lotteinch.co.uk UNTIL 4th SEPTEMBER YORK MAZE, Elvington. It's back! Everyone's favourite way to get lost returns, as from 15th July York Maze will reopen and welcome one and all. However, the huge corn maze isn't the only attraction, as there will be the usual corny fun and games, including water wars, bumpy tractor rides, refreshments, a play area, and corn-fusing fun houses. This year's maze celebrates 40 years of Star Wars, and we're hoping that Farmer Tom has taken our advice and depicted Darth Vader riding a moped with a rabbit sitting on his helmet. Might happen. You don't know. Visit www.yorkmaze.com UNTIL 3rd SEPTEMBER 250 YEARS OF TERRYS, York's Chocolate Story. To celebrate the iconic brand’s 250th anniversary,
York’s Chocolate Story will be hosting a series of special themed tours and activities over the summer holidays, including the launch of a new guided city walk. create their very own chocolate lollies inspired by the classic Chocolate Orange. The team of expert chocolatiers will also be recreating classic Terry’s flavours from the past. Visit www. yorkschocolatestory.com UNTIL 3rd SEPTEMBER DANGEROUS ARTS, Royal Armouries, Leeds. The Royal Armouries’ highly skilled interpretation team will let you in to some of their secret training methods, such as how they decipher ancient manuscripts and choreograph violent fight scenes. Gallery performances and demonstrations will take place throughout the day, giving visitors the chance to have-a-go themselves. Visit www.royalarmouries.org UNTIL 3rd SEPTEMBER FAMOUS FIVE SUMMER HOLIDAYS ADVENTURE, RHS Harlow Carr, Harrogate, 9.30am-
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26th-28th THE WINGED HUSSARS, The Royal Armouries, Leeds. Find out more in our Events Hotlist.
SEPTEMBER 1st-3rd ART EXHIBITION, York Medical Society Rooms, 23 Stonegate. Over 125 framed, original paintings produced by the members on show, together with unframed pictures / prints, and original cards for sale. Email firstname.lastname@example.org 1st MICHAEL BUBLE TRIBUTE,
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donkey rides, have-a-go displays, a dog show, a beer festival, duck racing, food, drink, and wonderful entertainment. Then, the next day, Dunnington Live is a day filled with live music of all kinds, food stalls, a bar, fair ground rides, and so much more. Bands include Hello Operator, Dry Pilot, Boss Caine, Venturers, and many more. There'll be a few people calling in sick on the following Monday, we think. Visit www.dunningtonfayre.org.uk
Jess Steel, Heather Findlay, Beth McCarthy, York Valley Arts Group, Stamford Bridge Choir and the Steve Cassidy Band. Call 489343.
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6pm. It's 75 years since the very first Famous Five book, so to mark the occasion the RHS are offering a range of exciting events and activities this summer. Birds of Prey demonstrations, outdoor workshops exploring how flowers and herbs can be used in food, medicines, and drinks, and also six performances of immersive Famous Five theatre across the garden await! Visit www.rhs.org.uk
2nd-3rd & 16th-17th OPEN WEEKENDS, Holgate Windmill. The exhibition Lost Windmills of York continues, and on the 16th, 10-11am, there will be a session for Minimillers (four to seven year olds) to make flour dough models. To book this, email email@example.com 2nd-3rd DUNNINGTON FAYRE & DUNNINGTON LIVE, Dunnington. What a weekend the 2nd and 3rd of September will be for Dunnington, as it plays host to both the Fayre and Live musical event. Dunnington Fayre is a great day out for the whole family, where you can enjoy craft stalls,
2nd TIME TRAVELLERS’ FUN DAY, Saint Giles’ Church, Church Street, Copmanthorpe, 10am-4pm. Go see the craftsmanship of the church's panels and enjoy activities for the young, and the young-at-heart. FOREVER YOUNG FESTIVAL, Grimston Court, from 12noon. Fun has no age limit is the battle-cry for Forever Young Festival to be held at Grimston Court care home. The festival, hosted by Big Ian, will feature performances from Sam Holden,
3rd ALLIED AIR FORCES MEMORIAL DAY, Yorkshire Air Museum. Annual International Commemoration Day featuring a parade of service standards, Drumhead Service and ‘Sunset’ Ceremony. It'll be a poignant and colourful gathering of veteran, current and trainee service personnel. Also, enjoy a Battle of Britain memorial flight Lancaster flypast! Visit www.yorkshireairmuseum.org
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HEART OF YORK BIKE RIDE, throughout York. What better way to wrap up the summer months, than with an enjoyable bike ride with friends? Oh, wait... how about doing that while also raising funds for a very worthwhile cause? The Heart of York Bike Ride will get rolling on 3rd September, offering participants (aged over 14+) a choice of a 22 or 40 mile route. Funds raised will go towards the charity’s vital research into fighting heart disease. Visit www.bhf.org.uk/heartofyork 5th, 13th, 19th, & 25th SAVE A BABY'S LIFE WORKSHOPS, across York. The Royal Lifesaving Society Instructors provide free to attend life-saving workshops. For times and venues, email firstname.lastname@example.org
offered for sale to the public with 10% of the sale being donated to a local charity, The Island. For more info, call 627239. 9th-10th HERITAGE OPEN DAYS, St Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, 12.30-4pm. Open to the public and celebrating Heritage and Nature with an exhibition on “Aspects of the garden”. Refreshments available all day. Email email@example.com 9th MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING, Rufforth Village Institute, 10am-12pm. Part of the Macmillan World's Biggest Coffee Morning to raise funds. There will also be a cake stall and raffle. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
8th EVENING WALK ALONG THE RIVER FOSS, meet at The Ship car park, Strensall, 6pm. Join the River Foss Society, with optional meal afterwards. Call 491290. 9th SEPTEMBER-31st OCTOBER MICKLEGATE 'ART IN THE WINDOW ' TRAIL, along Mickelgate. Displays of local artists work in the windows of the shops on Micklegate. The artwork will be
THE PRESS FAMILY RACE DAY, York Racecourse. Enjoy a day of racing with the whole family, including activities for kids throughout the day, and bouncy castles. As well as all that, Paddington will be making occasional appearances throughout the day. To book, call 620911. 14th CIRCULAR WALK OF MILL GREEN VIA POND HEAD, meet at Dutch House, near Crayke. Join the River Foss Society for a five mile walk. Call 764702.
15th-16th YORK NATIONAL BOOK FAIR, York Racecourse. The eternally popular and always fascinating York National Book Fair returns. The York Book Fair has grown into the largest antiquarian and out-of-print book fair in the UK. Around 210 leading booksellers offer for sale a breathtaking diversity of books, as well as maps and prints, ranging in price from just a few pounds up to tens of thousands of pounds. There will also be a range of trade stands selling marbled papers and binding materials. With books on subjects ranging from children’s fiction to history, and architecture to cooking, this is an event that never fails to impress or to offer something for all budgets, ages and interests. Visit www.yorkbookfair.com
WEDDING FAYRE, The Parsonage Hotel, Escrick, 5-8pm. View the hotel and grounds, and meet with staff and hand-picked local suppliers who could help you big day go off with a bang. Call 728111. 10th PAWS FOR A CAUSE, University of York. A sponsored dog walk and family fun day. Should be a fantastic day with lots of things going on to suit ever kind of dog lover, and all in aid of St Leonard's Hospice. Call 01904 777777.
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16th THE GREAT GATSBY BALL, York Racecourse, 7.30pm. Enjoy a three-course dinner, raffle, silent auction, live entertainment, casino and a Charleston master class for those that fancy a bit of Strictly Come Dancing. Guests can try their luck on the casino, and all funds will go to HCPT who take disabled and disadvantaged children to Lourdes. Email email@example.com BACON BUTTY DAY, Dunnington Methodist Church, 10am-3pm. Table Top Sales of cakes, cards, books, bric-a-brac, wood turning items and gifts will be available. Proceeds will go towards church refurbishment fund. Email firstname.lastname@example.org 18th POST SURGERY LINGERIE AND BEAUTY EVENING, Parliament Street, 6.30-8.30pm. Organised by Breast Friends York, enjoy fashion, fittings, and nibbles. Email email@example.com 17th YORK HISTORIC VEHICLE SHOW, York Racecourse. See classic cars, buses, lorries, and military vehicles in this fun family-friendly
20th THE HISTORY OF THE MUSEUM GARDENS, King's Manor, Exhibition Square, 5-6pm. A public lecture by Dr Peter Hogarth, part of YAYAS' 175th anniversary. Email firstname.lastname@example.org 22nd SEPTEMBER-1st OCTOBER YORK FOOD & DRINK FESTIVAL, across York. Enjoy the festival markets, demonstrations, cookery classes and sampling stands – all celebrating the very best York, Yorkshire, national, and international grub. For detailed listings, visit www.yorkfoodfestival.com
stalls from award-winning nurseries, and lots of unusual plants and delicious refreshments. Visit www.scampston.co.uk
eventbrite.co.uk 23rd FEATHERS AND PEARLS BALL, York Racecourse, 7pm. Celebrate York Against Cancer's 30th birthday with a 1920s-themed evening. Enjoy a drinks reception, three-course meal, and a night of dancing to the Pure Silk Party Band. Visit www. yorkagainstcancer.org.uk THE ACADEMY OF ST. OLAVES, St. Olave's Church, 8pm. Hear Elgar, Butterworth, Handel and Vaughan Williams performed by the orchestra. Visit www.academyofstolaves.org.uk 24th 999! EMERGENCY SERVICES DAY, Yorkshire Air Museum. Learn about the role of various branches of the Emergency Services in our modern society. Visit www. yorkshireairmuseum.org
vehicle show. Refreshments also available. Call 704610.
28th LET’S TALK KNEE REPLACEMENTS, Nuffield Health Hospital, 7-8.30pm. A talk about knee replacement surgery with Nuffield Health’s Dr Hunt. To book, call 715111. 29th MEDIEVAL FEAST, Barley Hall, 6-9pm. Taking place during York’s famous Food and Drink Festival, this unique dining event will whisk you back to the late Middle Ages for a gastronomic treat! Enjoy a threecourse meal in the Great Hall while your hosts discuss the history of the Hall and talk you through the food available in medieval York. Visit www.thejorvikgroup.com/tickets
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22nd LONGING, BELONGING & BALFOUR, Central Methodist Church, St Saviourgate, 7.30pm. Chai for All, the Bristol based jazztinged klezmer and Middle Eastern music ensemble, bring their new work to York. Visit www.YorkBalfour.
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3rd LETS TALK MEN’S HEALTH, Nuffield Health Hospital, 7-8.30pm. A talk by the hospital’s Dr Chan and Mr Wilson. To book, call 715111.
7th, 10th, & 26th LETS TALK COSMETIC SURGERY, Nuffield Health Hospital. A talk by the hospital’s cosmetic surgeons. To book, call 715111.
7th-8th THE GREAT ANTIQUES FAIR, Wetherby Racecourse, 8am-4pm. A fantastic fair, with on-site parking and refreshments. Visit www.jaguarfairs.com
18th CLIFFORD'S TOWER AS IT STOOD FORTIFIED C.1684, Friends Meeting House, Friargate, 7.30pm. A talk hosted by the Yorkshire Architectural and York Archaeological Society. Visit www.yayas.org.uk
7th ART EXHIBITION AND SALE OF WORK, Wetherby Town Hall, 10am5pm. Work by The Artful Dodgers, with refreshments available and free admission. Email lindaataylor36@ gmail.com
19th-22nd THE NORTHERN ANTIQUES FAIR, Harrogate Convention Centre. The fair brings together the finest furniture, fine art, jewellery and accessories from some 35 specialist dealers. Its mix of antiques, midcentury and contemporary pieces will particularly appeal to the design-savvy looking for unusual one-off objects. Visit www.northernfair.com
COME DANCING, Melodie Park, Wigginton Road. Raising funds for York Against Cancer, enjoy dance lessons, music, and food. Call 691992.
20th CHEESE AND WINE EVENING, The Bar Convent, 7pm. Wine consultant Geoff Walker will introduce you to a selection of high quality wines. To book, call 643238. 28th SIMPLE GIFTS – MUSIC INSPIRED BY FOLKSONGS, York Barbican. York Musical Society chorus and orchestra perform. To book, call 0844 854 2757. 28th COMMUNITY CAROL CONCERT, York Barbican. Buy your tickets now for the 60th Carol Concert, taking place 17th December. Call 0844 8542757.
EVERY DAY JORVIK VIKING CENTRE, Coppergate. The world-famous attraction and most astounding discovery of modern archaelogy, Jorvik Viking Centre, has reopened after a multi-million pound reimagining following the devastating flooding in 2015. Enjoy a new ride experience with the sights, sounds and, of course, smells, of the VikingAge. The remains of 1,000 year old houses are revealed beneath your feet and Viking-age timbers are brought before your eyes. There is updated historical interpretation, showcasing the cultural ‘melting pot’ of 10th-century York, and the latest cutting edge technology bringing the Viking period to life. Visit www.jorvikvikingcentre.co.uk
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DICK IS BACK, York Dungeon. Dick Turpin, the infamous 18th century highwayman, will return to York in an exciting new show. Visitors will be encouraged to hold on tight to their belongings while they take a seat in the carriage and travel along the York Road, where rumour has it the most notorious York villain has returned. Featuring new gags and special effects, visitors will learn all about Dick Turpin’s crimes and how he treated his victims. Visit www.thedungeons.com/york SECRECY AND SPIES, The Bar Convent. This state-of-the-art exhibition will inspire you with the story of the Bar Convent. Discover three hundred years of history and the remarkable people who have
hidden architectural gems of the Mason's Loft and Chapter House roof. Visit www.yorkminster.org or call 0844 9390011.
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YORKWALK, from Museum Gardens Gates, daily at 10.30am and 2.15pm. Entertaining historical walks taking place every day, as well as specialist tours such as Richard III and Jewish Heritage. Visit www.yorkwalk. co.uk or call 07970 848709. BALLOON TREE FARM SHOP, Gate Helmsley. A great day out for all the family! Dine in the cafe, pick your own fruit and veg, feed the animals, have fun in the enlarged children’s play area, or simply relax in the landscaped cafe garden. Pick your own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries! Visit www.theballoontree.co.uk HIDDEN MINSTER, York Minster, Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Saturdays, 11am. Take a journey above the roof tops and explore York Minster's
CHOCOLATE AND THE PEOPLE OF YORK, York’s Chocolate Story, 10am-6pm. A brand new exhibition explores the contribution the people of York have made to the cities great chocolate industry. From the thousands of factory workers who manned the production lines, to the founding fathers, whose inventiveness
YORK GOLF RANGE, Towthorpe Moor Lane, near Strensall. Set in beautiful countryside, York Golf Range features a whole host of fun activities, including a floodlit driving range, a nine-hole golf course, crazy golf and even foot golf – a great combination of soccer and golf. Visit www.yorkgolfrange.co.uk or call 01904 499275. THE WAGON PLAYS, Barley Hall. Young visitors to the hall are invited to stage their own versions of the York Mystery Plays with a recreation of the
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REGULAR EVENTS EVERY WEEKEND LIVE MUSIC, Acorn Sports and Social Club, Dringhouses. Great live acts playing every weekend. Call 01904 330351. EVERY NIGHT GHOST TRAIL OF YORK, West Doors of York Minster, 7.30pm. Dare you cross the centuries and discover York’s spine-chilling history? Visit www.ghosttrail.co.uk or call 01904 633276.
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EVERY TUESDAY QUIZ NIGHT, Huntington Sports Club, 8.30pm. Call 01904 769138. EVERY WEDNESDAY ECO-CRAFTERS CLUB, ST NICKS ENVIRONMENT CENTRE, Rawdon Avenue, 1-3pm. Join a friendly bunch for crafts and a natter. The club has three sewing machines and materials for use by members. Call 01904 411821. THROUGHOUT EACH WEEK CRAFTING CLASSES, The Viking Loom, Wigginton Lodge. Classes and workshops taking place several times a week, from quilt making to machine embroidery. Call 01904 620587.
1st MONDAY OF EACH MONTH COFFEE MORNING, Huntington Library, Garth Road, Huntington, 1am-12noon. The Friends of Huntington Library welcome all for a hot or cold drink and a chat. Email friendsofhuntingtonlibrary@gmail. com
YORK CARERS COFFEE MORNING, Spurriergate Centre, 10am-12noon. Have a cuppa and enjoy a chin wag. Call 629393.
2nd TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH THE WI ACOMB BRANCH, Acomb Methodist, 7.30pm. Enjoy guest speakers and great company. 2nd WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH SUPPORT MEETING, Wigginton Recreation Hall, 7pm. Parkinson’s UK York branch meet every month for talks, fun, and the occasional quiz. Call 0844 2253634. 3rd WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH YORK ME COMMUNITY COFFEE CLUB, Novotel, Fishergate. Open to anyone with ME, or their friends and families. Email bill@York-MECommunity.org
THE GHOST BUS TOURS, Departing from York Railway Station bus stop RE daily at 7.30pm as well as additional weekend tours. The unique comedy horror show takes you around the darker side of York on board a classic 1960s Routemaster. Call 0844 5678666.
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EVERY SUNDAY GIANT CAR BOOT SALE, Home Farm, Wigginton, 7am-1pm. One of the best-known car boot sales in York. Call 768463.
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The National Trust in York 9th-10th SEPTEMBER HERITAGE OPEN DAYS. Enjoy free entry at all three National Trust houses featured. BENINGBROUGH HALL, GALLERY AND GARDENS Call 01904 472027 1st-8th OCTOBER APPLE CELEBRATIONS, 10.30am5pm. *Closed Monday* Discover the many varieties of apple Beningbrough has to offer with the annual apple week. Choose your favourite with apple tasting, experience the art of apple pressing, pick apples straight from the tree and have a go at the games. Normal admission charges apply. GODDARDS HOUSE AND GARDEN, TADCASTER ROAD Call 01904 771930
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PET CARE Petstay 57 Kute k9s & Kats 57 Malton Equine Laundry Ltd 57 The Waggy Dog Crèche 57 PLASTERING Colin Hardgrave 93 Paul Bell Plastering 93 Paul Hunt Plasterer 93 Ernie Jeffrey & Reese 93 JM Plastering 93 Paul Sellars Plastering 92 R M Walker Plastering 93 PLUMBING/HEATING Joe Dallin Gas Fitting 95 Mermaid Plumbing 95 Nunthorpe Services 93 1A Rapid Response 93 All Cisterns Go 94 AT Plumbing & Heating 94 BS Plumbing & Heating 46 CP Plumbing 95 Daddys Plumbing 93 David Kaloczi Plumbing 95 Direct Boiler Co 3 DJC Plumbing 95 E Martin & Sons 94 Fensome Plumbing 95 Gas Servicing 95 Gideon Dale Heating 95 Haxby Plumbing 95 HC Engineering 93 Hurrells Plumbing 95 JDL Electrical Plumbing 7,95 JMP Plumbing & Gas 95 Kenson Gas & Plumbing 94 Liam Gray Plumbing 94 Luke Mitchell Plumbing 94 Minster Plumbing & Heating 5 Plumbing by J. Thackway 95 Poppleton Plumbing 95 Pura Plumbing 95 RJB Plumbing 94 Sleepsafe Gas Services 95 Stopcocks UV Plumbing 95 T Whitelam Plumbing 95 Tom Plumb 95 TP Plumbing 93 TPC Landscapes 56 Yorkshire Central Plumbing 94 Mark Cuthbert Plumbing 94 POINTING All Points 86 Grove Property Repairs 86 POWERWASHING Jorvik Powerwashing 53 PROPERTY SERVICES St Nicks 47 REMOVALS/STORAGE Junk and Jewels 25 Mr Shifter 95 Ridings Removals 95 Van Man York 95 York Furniture Taxi 95 M.W.V. Van Services 95 ROOFING Advanced Roofing 96 Freewarm Flat Roofs 97 Roofs Above 97,96 Roofs Above 42,59 T&S Roofing 96,59 Able Roofing 98 E Whatnell Roofing 96 Future Roofs 96 Geoffery Sygrove Roofing 98 Haxby Roofline 97 Robert Emmett Roofing 98 SD Roofing 98 Think Roofing 97 Topline Property 98 Wetheralds 18 SCAFFOLDING R.D.L Scaffolding 97
Target Scaffolding 98 SHOPS/STORES Community Furniture Store 26 Direct Tile & Stone 47 Hebden Tea Company 16 Junk and Jewels 13 Little Shambles Jewellers 7 Monks Cross Tiles 31 The Little Fabric Cabin 35 Time Out 17 Vinyl Eddie 20 SKIPS/WASTE REMOVAL Ebor Skip Hire 47 Acomb Waste Disposal 49 D Boswell 51 Jorvik Waste Removal 49 Waste Disposal 52 Wrights of Crockey Hill 54 SOLAR PANELS Ape Electrical 90 SOLICITORS Ardent Law 33 Hethertons Solicitors 19 Ware & Kay 7 SPORTS/CLUBS/ ACTIVITIES New Earswick Bowls Club 73 Play Football 36 York Sport Village 34 TELEPHONE SERVICES All Mod Comms 20 TILE SHOPS Continental Tile Studio 26 TILERS Ebor Tiling 98 TRAVEL/HOLIDAYS Streamline Taxis 102 York Cars 104 UPHOLSTERY Classic Upholstery 45 VENUE FOR HIRE Haxby Memorial Hall 20 WEDDINGS Marriott Hotel 68 Sandburn Hall 82 Wedding Affair WILL WRITING CJS Legal Services 25 WINDOW/DOOR REPAIRS All Upvc Repairs 98 DR Glazing 97 JB Advanced Window 98 Kevin Lea UPVC Specialists 98 PVC Window Doctor 98 Stephen Reeve Upvc 98 WINDOWS/DOORS/CONS D.G.M.S Windows 31 Eliments 30 JG Windows 20 YO1 UPVC Solutions 7 York Trade Windows 9 Cloudy2Clear 15 Darren Mark Gray Upvc 92 Elvington Windows 15 Impervious 5 Impervious 58 Inceil Conservatory 9 Mark Two Windows 98 Orion Windows 13 Square Deals 3 York Millennium Windows 14 Yorkshire Windows 21 WORKTOPS/KITCHENS Dales of Thirsk 24 Work Top Man 46
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