Monday, 27 March 2006

Yorkshire Day 2006

The Yorkshire Ridings Society ( at a meeting of the North Riding Group on Friday) have made new additions to the Yorkshire Day and Yorkshire Festival programmes for 2006.

Saturday 29th July 2006

2.30pm - North Riding Duck Race - Saltburn Beck
3.15pm - Flat Cap Fling - Saltburn Valley Gardens - New addition

Tuesday 1st August 2006 (Yorkshire Day)

Readings of the Yorkshire Declaration of Integrity

10.30am - Eston - Square
11.31am - Redcar - Town Clock
12 noon - Marske - The Wynd
1.15pm - Loftus - Town Centre
2.15pm - Lingdale - Tavern - New Addition
3pm - Saltburn - Pier Entrance
4pm - Guisborough - Market Cross

All proceeds from sales of white roses will once again go to Redcar Lifeboat.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I for one are all for being in Yorkshire,But Why are we in the Northumbrian Tourist board and not in yorkshire board? No wonder everyone is confussed

Chris & Glynis Abbott said...

Thank you for your comment.

Actually Redcar & Cleveland Council joined the Yorkshire Tourist Board two years ago. We left Northumbriam Tourist Board at the same time. The NTB ceased to exist about a year ago.

Regards
Chris Abbott

Anonymous said...

how much did it cost to change all the stationary to say yorkshire instead of cleveland?

Chris & Glynis Abbott said...

It cost absolutely nothing at all.

The motion put to the Council, agreeing to use Yorkshire as part of its postal address,included the words "at no cost to the Borough Council." There was no budget allocated to the change and, indeed, it required no cost.

All existing headed paper stock was used up first. It is strange that this is the only thing the opponents of recognising our status as part of Yorkshire can nit-pick about. The same people did not use this argument when they insisted that the Council deleted Middlesbrough from the postal address of the town hall. When that was changed it was done regardless of any cost.