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North Yorkshire is another huge geographical area, with the city of York, with its strong traditions of ecclesiastical music, in the southern part in spreading in the North from the Yorkshire Dales round holes, to the seaside towns of Whitby and Scarborough. Just as there is a wide geographical coverage there is a wide musical coverage.
The church has always been, and still is, a major benefactor of what one can loosely consider as classical music i.e. the kind of music that may well be played by one of our string quartets at church wedding ceremony. York Minster was begun in 1230, a period when music was very different to how we consider it now, and completed in 1472, right in the midst of the walls of roses that is discussed earlier. So, although all kinds of live music are played in and around the city of York, one can think of it as a centre of church music in a way that doesn't apply to other parts of North Yorkshire.
A very different area of North Yorkshire's Yorkshire Dales, defined by small villages, small farms beautiful country. Needless to say, this is an area where folk music bands, Village barn dances, folk sessions in pubs and village bands, such as the Muker silver band mentioned earlier. The last time I was on holiday in the area, staying at the Caravan club site just outside Hawes, I'd taken my fiddle with me to keep my fingers in practice as I had number of barn dances to play for as soon as I got back home. And rather wonderful ancient pub, a 25 minute walk across the fields from the site (taking care not to fall in the river at night on the way home, in the pitch black) is the Green Dragon Inn. Talking to some locals it turned out that there is gonna be a folk session the coming weekend, so of course I took my fiddle along. It was a mixture of locals and a club from some distant part of the county, always went there for a weekend each year to play music. Great entertainment, and excellent beer.
And as I mentioned before, even the beer in the area musical, with Muker silver beer brewed by The Yorkshire Dales Brewery. It Was Initially Brewed for the Farmers Arms in Lucca in Honour of the Muker Silver Band That Began Its Life in 1897. The Brewery Itself Is in Askrigg, the small town that was used in the television series All Creatures Great and Small, and I believe was the real-life location of James Herriot's practice. The Brewery keeps itself to itself, being housed in what is rather like a large village garage. When I went there it was all locked up, but if you pushed open the letterbox you got this wonderful smell of use and hops and can hear strange gurgling sounds going on inside. Despite being such a physically compact premise, at the time I was there they displayed over a dozen different beers that they brewed for village pubs in the Dales. I don't suppose that today had them available all the time, but presumably brewed them on rotation. I just looked on their website, and they only show six beers that they say are always available, then there is a section about specials.
North Yorkshire goes over to the coast with Whitby and Scarborough, major seaside holiday towns, each with major music venues have been going for many years. Here you will get the complete repertoire from music for the shows, jazz bands playing, and even classical concerts.
The Yorkshire Barn, Gilling Old Mill Waters Lane, Gilling West, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 5JD, North Yorkshire
Wedding - Alice and Christopher The FE Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 6445
Many men and women from the North-East have contributed to the Arts. In literature, the Venerable Bede, John Wyclif, the Brontes, J. B. Priestley and the Sitwells; in music, Frederick Delius, who was Northumbria's most original composer; in painting, Lord Leighton, the mid-Victorian artist who specialised in Classical themes. The North-East has given the country Border ballads, and many folk songs such as 'Bobby Shafto', 'The Lass of Richmond Hill' and 'Blaydon Races'.
Crowne Plaza Kings Road, Harrogate, , HG1 1XX, North Yorkshire
Burns Night The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
Harrogate is a spa town, now also well known as a conference centre. Dignified Victorian architecture, banks of flowers and well-planned open spaces characterise the town, with 200 acres of grassland, called the Stray, probing into its very centre. Beyond the fine Valley Gardens are extensive pinewoods, laced with paths. Harlow Car Gardens, home of the Northern Horticultural Society and an outstanding centre for experimental gardening, are about a mile west of the town centre. From the escarpment of Birk Crag, just north of Harlow Car, broad views sweep west to the Dales.
Garden Party Marquee, Rear Garden, 9 Kent Road, Harrogate, North Yorkshire. , HG1 2LE, North Yorkshire
Jane's 60th Birthday Party The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
The Sun Pavillion, Cornwall Road, Harrogate, North Yorkshire. , HG1 2PQ, North Yorkshire
Live music hired for Wedding The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
The Royal Hall Harrogate, , HG1 2RD, North Yorkshire
After show party / charity event The MG Jazz Band ref: 3124.1
The Crown HotelCrown Place Harrogate North Yorkshire , HG1 2RZ, North Yorkshire
Corporate Christmas Party (Country & Western themed) The LCS American Cowboy Ceilidh Band ref: 4821.2
Christchurch Hall, Christchurch Oval, Harrogate , HG1 5AJ, North Yorkshire
Golden Wedding Celebration The GF Ceilidh & Disco Band ref: 6043.1
Berwins Solicitors2 North Park Road Harrogate, HG1 5PA, North Yorkshire
Drinks Reception Solo saxophonist Mike ref: 6288
Pavilions of Harrogate, Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate, Yorkshire. , HG2 8PW, North Yorkshire
Live music hired for Wedding The LSI String Quartet ref: 2637
Rudding Park, Harrogate, HG3 1JH, North Yorkshire
Dinner after a conference Pianist & vocals - Sam ref: 3851.1
Ripley Castle, Harrogate, , HG3 3AY, North Yorkshire
Live music hired for Wedding The MG String Quartet ref: 2049
Ripley Castle, Ripley, Nr. Harrogate, North Yorkshire, , HG3 3AY, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding The MR Ceilidh/ Barn Dance Band ref: 4968.2
Marquee, Fishermans Lodge, , HG4 1JJ, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
Marquee, Fishermans Lodge, Riverview Road, Ripon, North Yorkshire, , HG4 1JJ, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
Ripon has a fine sense of space in the cathedral, which is agreeably uncluttered by monuments. The building of the cathedral started in the 12th century on the site of an Anglo-Saxon church, from which a crypt survives beneath the present central tower.
The market square is a focal point for narrow, winding streets. From the central obelisk a forest horn is sounded, as in ancient times, at 9 o'clock at night by the town's official hornblower, the Wakeman. Ripon's most interesting secular building is the two-storey, timber-framed, [3th-century Wakeman's House on a corner of the market square. It contains a small museum.
The Old Deanery Minster Road, Ripon North Yorkshire , HG4 1QS, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding - Alex and Catherine The AJ Barn Dance/ Ceilidh Band ref: 6450
Lockside caravan parkRipon North Yorks, HG4 1TZ, North Yorkshire
after wedding party for David and Susan The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
Ripon Spa Hotel Park Street Ripon , HG4 2BU, North Yorkshire
The Mayor of Ripon's Charity Dinner Dance The DN Jazz Duo ref: 6528
Sawley Village Hall Sawley, , HG4 3EQ, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding of Lydia & Lee The MR Ceilidh/ Barn Dance Band ref: 4968.2
Tanfield House West Tanfield, Ripon , HG4 5JY, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding The WJ Irish Band ref: 4206.1
Calcutt Village Hall Knaresborough, Harrogate, N Yorks , HG5 8JA, North Yorkshire
60th wedding anniversary The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
Knaresborough has Georgian houses gaze sedately across narrow streets; and steep steps and alleys that lead down to the River Nidd, which here curls round a sandstone cliff. Ruins of a 14th-century castle crown the clifftop, close to the marketplace. On the opposite bank, paths lead through beech woods to the damp and eerie Dropping Well. Water drops on to an overhang, forming a lime deposit, and is slowly petrifying a curious assortment of hats, toys, parasols and other objects strung above the rock face by the owners of the cave since the l0th century. In the nearby Mother Shipton's cave, the legendary prophetess was reputedly born in July 1488; her prophesies have often seemed remarkably relevant, even in the 20th century, for among them she predicted the development of aircraft. It remains to be seen, however, it is fortunate that on the point of 'World then to an end shall come In Nineteen Hundred and Eighty One’ didn’t come true!
Goldsborough Hall, Church Street, Goldsborough, North Yorkshire, , HG5 8NR, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding The MG String Quartet ref: 2049
Dalesbridge Centre Dalesbridge, Austwick, Near Settle, North Yorkshire, LA2 8ZA, North Yorkshire
Caving Conference / Party The RTS Party Band ref: 6492
Settle is located where the River Ribble flows through the Aire Gap. Settle has grown as a major market centre, to which farm folk flock on Tuesdays. It is a good walking centre at the heart of North Yorkshire's limestone scenery. Many bones, ranging from those of elephants and hippopotamuses to bones of Stone Age and Iron Age men, have been found in local caves, particularly Victoria Cave, 2 miles north-east of the town.
At Stainforth, to the north, a precipitous lane, unsuitable for cars, descends to a secluded and beautiful packhorse bridge built in 1670; below it, the Ribble tumbles in waterfalls.
Jurys Inn, Middlesbrough Fry Street, Middlesbrough , TS1 1JH, North Yorkshire
Cleveland Lodge Ladies Evening The BM Barn Dance/Ceilidh Band ref: 6330
The rebirth of the North-East followed the union of the Crowns of Scotland and England in 1707. The land was successfully farmed and became the scene of many innovations—shorthorn cattle were first bred there, and experiments were carried out with new crops, rotations and machinery. Later came the Industrial Revolution, which transformed those areas which had coal into vast mining and industrial complexes. Ship-building, glass-making, chemical and iron works sprang up along the banks of the River Tyne. Ships for the first modern Japanese Navy were built on Tyneside between 1880 and 1905, and an iron and steel town grew at Middlesbrough, which at the beginning of the igth century consisted of two farmhouses. Woollen mills were built in the West Riding valleys, and Sheffield became a great city of steel.
Since then, the demise of British Steel hit the area hard, with the abandoned steel making furnaces standing stark and dead for many years before being decommissioned. Perhaps it was complacency that led to the downfall, with the Indian Tata Steel buying out so much of the BSC, after so many of its people pouring such scorn on India’s capabilities. Perhaps it was just raw materials availability and the march of time. Who knows. Perhaps just time to play a new tune. It is still a great industrial centre, with a strong chemical industry, and we do many ceilidhs and barn dances in the area due to the strong community traditions.
King Edward Square, Teesside University, Borough Road, Middlesbrough, Tees Valley. , TS1 3DG, North Yorkshire
Afternoon tea for new students The NSI String Quartet ref: 2656
The Spa Hotel Saltburn Bank, Saltburn-by-the-Sea , TS12 1HH, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding Reception The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
Gisborough Hall Hotel,, TS14 6PT, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding The MV String Quartet ref: 2374.1
Gisborough Hall Hotel, Whitby Road, Gisborough. , TS14 6PT, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding The MV String Quartet ref: 2374.1
Crathorne HallCrathorne, Yarm, North Yorkshire , TS15 0AR, North Yorkshire
Live music booked for Wedding - Fiona and Martin The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
At Yarm, the Tees circles Yarm in a great loop, and its waters have often invaded the town's streets. Once Yarm was an important port and market town, and cobbled verges still give market-square proportions to the High Street, between a fine array of Georgian fa9ades.
The town's market hall dates from 1710, and on its walls are two lines which mark the highest of the floods which have devastated the town. The first line marks the flood of 1771, when the waters rose about 7 ft. The second line, 4 ft high, dates from 1881.
The symbol of Yarm's great claim to fame is a plaque on the George and Dragon Inn, noting that there, on February 12, 1820, was held the promoters' meeting of the Stockton and Darlington Railway, the first public railway in the world. Shortly afterwards the railway reached Yarm, and the viaduct, which carries it high above the Tees for half a mile, still towers over the little town. From the High Street, Chapel Street leads east down to an octagonal chapel where John Wesley preached, while Church Wynd leads to a part-Norman church.
Crathorne Hall Hotel, Crathorne, Yarm, North Yorkshire, , TS15 0AR, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding The RSI String Quartet ref: 2646
Mottram Hall in prestbury , TS15 9LW, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding The Coulan Sona Irish Ceilidh Band ref: 4813.1
Yarm Road, Eaglescliffe, Stockton-on-Tees. , TS16 0DP, North Yorkshire
Stockton-on-Tees is part of Teesside, this town has the broadest High Street in England where, every Wednesday and Saturday, an open-air market is held. In 1827, John Walker, a Stockton chemist, invented friction matches and sold them from his shop for two years before others exploited his idea commercially. Sir Christopher Wren helped to design the Church of St Thomas, completed in 1712.
Norton, to the north of Teesside, is an attractive village. The Church of St Mary has surviving Saxon tower arches and windows, and 14th-century effigies of a lady and knight.
Thornaby Village Green Club The Green Thornaby Stockton-on-tees , TS17 8PX, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding - Alistair and Diane The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
The Sporting Lodge Inn, Low Lane, Stainton Village, Middlesbrough., TS17 9LW, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding The AS Quartet ref: 2539
St Marys Church Norton on the Green, Stockton on Tees, TS20 1JE, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding The AR String Quartet ref: 2667
Longpasture Farm Little Stainton, Bishopton, Stockton on Tees , TS21 1HW, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding - Joanne and Miles The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
The Swan Hotel Wolviston Road, Billingham , TS23 2SF, North Yorkshire
Church Fellowship The WSN Ceilidh Band ref: 4447
The Swan Hotel Wolviston Rd, Stockton-on-Tees, Billingham , TS23 2SF, North Yorkshire
50th Birthday The FE Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 6445
The Lion's Den The Golden Lion, Dunston Road, Hartlepool, , TS26 0EN, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding - James and Erica The JB Ceilidh /Barn Dance Band ref: 6105.2
Castle Eden Village HallStockton Road, Castle Eden, TS27 4SS, North Yorkshire
North Ormesby Working Mens club66 Westbourne Grove, North Ormesby, , TS3 6EF, North Yorkshire
Fundraiser The WSN Ceilidh Band ref: 4447
Normanby cricket club Cricket Lane, Normanby, Middlesbrough, Cleveland , TS6 0HJ, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding The AS Quartet ref: 2539
Lowfields FarmStainton Road, Seamer, MIDDLESBROUGH, TS9 5NB, North Yorkshire
Silver Wedding Anniversary The BM Barn Dance/Ceilidh Band ref: 6330
The Cedar Court Grand Hotel & Spa, Station Rise, York, North Yorkshire., YO1 6GD, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding The FW Ceilidh /Barn Dance Band ref: 4879
The Romans chose what is now York, as a militarily useful and dry site beside the Ouse for their fortress of Eburacum. Later, the Danes founded a colony here, and the Normans built their fortifications before prosperity came with the medieval wool trade.
The city's history is written in its streets. Four medieval gates lead in through walls, built on Roman foundations, that gird the old city for 3 miles. Most of the walls are intact and can be followed by a rampart walk. The Ouse flows through the city; narrow streets such as High and Low Petergate link crooked squares; and Georgian grace predominates in Micklegate and St Saviourgate. Across the short, narrow Shambles (from the Old English shamel, meaning a slaughterhouse) old timber-framed houses lean towards one another.
There are many small old churches, quaint and often glorious towers and the breathtaking spectacle of the Minster. It took, two-and-a-half centuries, from 1220 to 1470, to complete this poem in stone. Inside, a kaleidoscope of light explodes from windows of medieval stained glass that are among the art treasures of the world.
Merchant Taylor's Hall Aldwark York , YO1 7BX, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding reception / 60th birthday party The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
Fulford Social Hall School Lane, York , YO10 4LS, North Yorkshire
50th birthday party The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
York University York,, YO10 5DD, North Yorkshire
Evening Entertainment at weekend conference The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
The Fulford Golf Club Heslington Lane YORK , YO10 5DY, North Yorkshire
Hog Roast - Golf Members event The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
Scarborough Spa, South Bay, Scarborough, North Yorkshire. , YO11 2HD, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding Pianist - Jamie ref: 2716.1
Scarborough was originally a fishing village that developed into a seaside town, spa, historic site—Scarborough merges them all in a splendour of cliff scenery and sandy bays. Cockle stalls, bingo halls, amusement arcades and all the seaside fun of the fair make a garish assembh where Scarborough's oldest streets come down to the sea south of the headland. Embraced but not swamped by it all is the harbour where cobles and mules (traditional fishing vessels), drifters and trawlers nose in and out alongside the covered fish market.
Stepny Hill Farm Scarborough , YO12 5NL, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding - Tom and Cassie The WSN Ceilidh Band ref: 4447
Ox Pasture Hall, Country House Hotel, Lady Edith's Drive, Throxenby, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, , YO12 5TD, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding The RSI String Quartet ref: 2646
Seachange, The Street, 12 Lower Clark Street, Scarborough, , YO12 7PW, North Yorkshire
Civic Reception marking opening of new facilites The LSI String Quartet ref: 2637
Raven Hall Hotel and Golf Club, Ravenscar, , YO13 0ET, North Yorkshire
Live band hired for Wedding The WSN Ceilidh Band ref: 4447
Low Park Farm Ebberston, Scarborough , YO13 9PA, North Yorkshire
Private party with hog roast The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
Thornwick Bay Hoilday Park Flamborough, East Yorkshire, , YO15 1AU, North Yorkshire
Launch Event The LSI String Quartet ref: 2637
Randwick House, 2-3 Waddale End, Weaverthorpe, near Malton, North Yorks. , YO17 8HG, North Yorkshire
Live music booking for Wedding The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
RAF Fylingdales , YO18 7NT, North Yorkshire
Wild West Night The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
The huge white globes and early warning scanner on Fylingdales Moor, 5 miles south-east of-Goathland, belong to the Fylingdales Early Warning Station, part of the defence network of the Western powers.
Swallow Hall Golf Club, Crockey Hill, York. . , YO19 4SG, North Yorkshire
40th wedding anniversary The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
York Maze Elvington Lane, York , YO19 5LT, North Yorkshire
Live music booking for Wedding - Helen and Ben The BB Barn Dance/ Ceilidh Band ref: 6479
Kelfield Village Institute Riccall Lane , YO19 6RE, North Yorkshire
60th Birthday Party - Martin The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
Raithwaite Hall, Sandsend Road, Whitby, North Yorkshire. , YO21 3ST, North Yorkshire
Live music booking for Wedding / Blessing The RSI String Quartet ref: 2646
Colour, light, sound and smell are woven into the bright fabric of this fishing port and seaside resort of Whitby. Above the town, on the high headland over the Esk, are the jagged sandstone ruins of Whitby Abbey. The first abbey at Whitby was founded in AD 657 by St Hilda on land given by Oswy, King of Northumbria, in thanksgiving for victory against the pagan King Penda of Mercia. It was at the Synod of Whitby, in AD 663, that the divided church in England finally accepted the authority and usages of the Roman Church, establishing, among other things, the method of determining the date of Easter. Later the Danes destroyed the abbey and the Normans rebuilt it, but their work, too, has gone; the ruins that stand today are i3th century. In the 7th century the abbey was the home of Caedmon, the first English Christian poet, and a cross commemorating him stands in the nearby St Mary's churchyard.
St Mary's, the parish church, has a Norman tower silhouetted against the open sky above the red roofs and steep alleys of Old Whitby. The approach to the church is by the 199 Church Stairs, giving a gull's eye view over the town.
West of the Esk there are sandy-beaches, and along the river the nucleus of the old town crowds together in a jumble of narrow streets, where fishermen still mend their nets and little shops sell craftsmen's wares. On the Esk, the fishing fleets ride the harbour waters, from which William Scoresby (1760-1829), a noted navigator, left for the Arctic whaling grounds. Captain Cook, who sailed in the Whitby-built Endeavour in 1768 for Tahiti via Cape Horn, lived in the town as a young man. His house in Grape Lane is marked by a plaque.
HF Holidays Ltd - Larpool Hall Larpool Drive, Whitby, North Yorkshire , YO22 4ND, North Yorkshire
Christmas Eve - after dinner entertainment The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
HF Holidays Larpool HallLarpool Drive, Whitby, North Yorkshire , YO22 4ND, North Yorkshire
New Years Eve Ceilidh The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
Larpool Hall, Larpool Lane, Whitby, North Yorkshire, , YO22 4ND, North Yorkshire
25th Wedding Anniversary - Friends and Family The FW Ceilidh /Barn Dance Band ref: 4879
Clements Hall Nunthorpe Rd, York , YO23 1BW, North Yorkshire
60th birthday celebration The RD Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4458
Dante Suite, York Racecourse Tadfcaster Road, York , YO23 1EX, North Yorkshire
300th Anniversary of Freemasonry The DF Party Band ref: 6503
Marriott Hotel, Tadcaster Road, York, , YO24 1QQ, North Yorkshire
25th Wedding Anniversary The BE Function Band ref: 5525.1
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, West Bank/ Acomb Road, Acomb, York. , YO24 4HA, North Yorkshire
Western style barn dance The LCS Cowboy Band ref: 4821.1
York RI sports and social club New Lane Holgate, North Yorkshire , YO24 4LE, North Yorkshire
50th Birthday Party for Judith The PD Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4495
Bridge HouseCarr Lane, Watton, Driffield, YO25 9AH, North Yorkshire
Garden Party/House Warming The AD Covers Duo ref: 5898
Driffield Agricultural Showground Marquee Kellythorpe Driffield, YO25 9DN, North Yorkshire
Caravan club presidents evening The BC Party/Function/Covers Band ref: 5952
National Railway Museum Leeman Rd, York, YO26 4XJ, North Yorkshire
SLS (Society of Legal Scholars) Annual Conference Dinner The BV Gypsy Jazz Quartet ref: 3795
Manor HouseMain Street Great Ouseburn York , YO26 9RG, North Yorkshire
Mixed age party to celebrate wedding - Emma and Jonathan The UC Covers Band ref: 6000
Grange Hotel Great Ouseburn, YO30 6AA, North Yorkshire
Live music booking for Wedding - Mark and Jennifer Maxine - Harpist ref: 6366
Barmby Moor Village Hall York , YO42 4EX, North Yorkshire
60th Birthday Party - Sally and Alan The MR Ceilidh/ Barn Dance Band ref: 4968.2
Lambert House Main Street Tollerton York , YO61 1QQ, North Yorkshire
21st Birthday The WSN Ceilidh Band ref: 4447
Tollerton Village Hall Station Road, Tollerton, York , YO61 1RD, North Yorkshire
Chili Hoedown - village fundraiser The LCS American Cowboy Ceilidh Band ref: 4821.2
#Aldwark Manor Hotel Aldwark Manor Golf & Spa Hotel, Aldwark, York , YO61 1UF, North Yorkshire
Live music booking for Wedding - Sarah and Chris The AR String Quartet ref: 2667
Sgts Mess Dishforth Dishforth Airfield , YO7 3EZ, North Yorkshire
military celebration The CT Ensemble ref: 6576
Oak Tree FarmWistow, YO8 3RE, North Yorkshire
Laburnam Farm, Wistow Lordship Wistow, Nr, Selby Yorks, YO8 3RR, North Yorkshire
Joint 60th and 40th birthday party (Jackie and Andy) The BB Ceilidh Band / Barn Dance Band ref: 4368.1
At Selby, canal barges once plied busily along the Ouse to the inland port of Selby. Nowadays the great mills that crush seeds for oils draw on Hull for their raw materials, and there is a Georgian calm about the town centre. The abbey, founded in the nth century, looms massively over the main street. Few abbey churches in England so successfully survived the Dissolution, though there has been much rebuilding and restoration because of the collapse of the central tower in 1600 and a fire in 1906. An ancient wooden toll bridge across the Ouse is still used bv cars.
The important role of steel in Sheffield's life is marked by the name traditionally borne by the London-Sheffield express train. The office of Master Cutler, now honorary, was created in 1624 to maintain order among Sheffield's cutlers
Normamby Abbey Selby Abbey, which dominates the main street of the town, was founded in the nth century by the Benedictines, and survived the Dissolution. It has a splendid Norman doorway and same beautiful 14th-century stained-glass windows
The Campsite, Stockin Green Farm North Yorkshire Stockin Green Farm, Burn Lane, Burn, , YO8 8LF, North Yorkshire
60th Birthday Party The SH Irish Music Duo ref: 6336.2