Tag Archives: Yorkshire

Planning Ahead//2015

Amy Moore details some upcoming events for itinerary planning in 2015 and beyond. BLETCHLEY PARK Bletchley Park boasts the recent film location of The Imitation Game (2014) with a special yearlong exhibition running until November 2015. The Imitation Game: The Exhibition opened on November 10, 2014 and is hosted in the very room where the movie […]

Posted in Focus on... Features | Also tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments closed

The Draws Of Yorkshire

The Mill, Batley has over 40 retail stores under one huge roof. Customers can enjoy an eclectic mix of independent stores and outlet shopping in a department store environment.The extensive range of furniture, homewares and gifts supports a wide fashion offer of favourite brands at outlet prices; Klass, Alexon, Planet and Jacques Vert all enjoy […]

Posted in Destination Features | Also tagged , , , , , , , , , | Comments closed

Yorkshire of Yesteryear

Following our ‘Team on Tour’ review of a weekend in York, here are a few more suggestions for groups wanting to delve further into the city and county’s past. JORVIK VIKING CENTRE Located in the Coppergate Shopping Centre, in the very heart of York, is something a little older than the modern shops which surround […]

Posted in Destination Features | Also tagged , , , | Comments closed

Yummy York

Velvety hot chocolate, tangy chocolate orange, melt-in-the-mouth éclairs…! Salivating yet? If like me, chocolate makes life’s bad days a little more manageable for you, then a visit to York is definitely something to consider! While other northern centres made their wealth from wool, cotton and steel, York went its own sweet way and built a […]

Posted in UKinbound | Also tagged , , , | Comments closed