Sunday, 9 July 2006

Celebrating Yorkshire in the East Riding

East Riding of Yorkshire Council are holding an event in the gardens of Burnby Hall, Pocklington. Admission to the gardens will be free after 11.00am.

There will be music and readings of the Declaration of Integrity, including one by the Chairman of the Council.

On 5th August the East Riding Dialect Society will be presenting an afternoon of East Riding Prose and Poems at Burnby Hall, Pocklington from 2.00pm to 5.00pm. There will be a charge of £2 which will include refreshments in the interval.

In Goole, the City and County Pub, in Boothferry Road, will be hosting a celebration which will include a specially brewed ale, the name being decided in a competition and possibly some traditional Yorkshire fayre. The Declaration of Integrity will be read at the pub at about 7.00pm.

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