Yorkshire Day 2016
Whether you were born here, live here or just love being here – Yorkshire is a fantastic place and you can celebrate this great County with two great Yorkshire Day 2016 events.
Yorkshire Day at Oakwell Hall
Get celebrating early with a trip to Oakwell Hall. They’ll be holding a celebration of all things Yorkshire on Sunday, 31 July from 11am to 4pm
The ‘Yorkshire Day’ celebrations will include live music, demonstrations and children’s crafts.
There will be a food court with hot food stalls and local produce and crafts on sale.
Entry will be £2 for adults and £1 for children (free entry for annual ticket holders and Friends of Oakwell).
Tickets will be available on the day in the Visitor Centre courtyard with activities also taking place in and around Oakwell Barn. Parking will be free.
For further information about the ‘reet grand day out’ contact Oakwell Hall on 01924 324761.
Yorkshire Day 2016 Tea Party
Pop down to Huddersfield Tourist Information Centre and celebrate Yorkshire Day 2016 with a cuppa on Monday 1 August 2016.
The annual Yorkshire Day 2016 Tea Party takes place at the information centre in Huddersfield Library from 10am-2pm.
As well as enjoying light refreshments and a slice of cake you can also test your Knowledge of ‘God’s Own Country’ with a short quiz.
The Tourist information centre is also the perfect place to pick up information about summer events and places to visit around the Huddersfield area.
Mayor Cllr Jim Dodds and Mayoress Mrs Carol Dodds will be in attendance to pour the first cup of tea at 10am.
Huddersfield town crier Vic Watson will also be out on the piazza with some special cries to alert passers-by to the occasion.
There will also be a Yorkshire themed story-time for youngsters at 11am in the Children’s Library and a drop-in craft activity.