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Day tripping in York!

With historic interest, quaint charm, great pubs, surrounding culture, sprawling university and leading racecourse, a whole spectrum of people are enticed here; but beyond the immediate identical guides, how do you know what to do?
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Where Can I Get the Best Pub Dinner in York?

York has a phenomenal selection of pubs, some hundreds of years old and ingrained as part of city’s fabric, others new and reviving the city’s food and drink scene.
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In York on business? Here's where to go...

York is a city to both travel to and travel through. Its attractive lure for visitors and habitants alike is widely recognised, but as a transport hub for business folk and leisure seekers, it is a much connected path which perhaps isn’t taken advantage of enough.
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Cycling in York: The Tour's Legacy

Le tour was a triumph for the county, showcasing its beauty far and wide, and the cycling bug was caught by many around. Its legacy lives on, in the physical yellow bikes dotted around, in the happy collective memories, and massively, in the Tour de Yorkshire
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Upcoming Events

28.01.2019 — 28.04.2019

A Personal Collection of Vivienne Westwood Shoes

Explore the passion that shoes can inspire through this prized private collection of Vivienne Westwood shoes.
22.03.2019 — 22.09.2019

Museum of Broken Relationships

York Castle Museum brings a collection of stories and symbolic possessions to the city which relate to the ways we fall out of love.
26.03.2019 — 28.04.2019

Testing At The National Railway Museum

Enter a world of experimentation, prototyping and testing and discover how these techniques help engineers and scientists find the answers. 
26.03.2019 — 28.04.2019

Ringleaders Exhibition of Contemporary Rings

Pyramid Gallery's annual Ringleaders exhibition features a wide range of stunning handmade rings
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Issue 16

Little Is The New Big

Throughout history, when global events go awry, individuals have always reacted in two ways: one is to feel powerless, adopt the ‘what can one person do’ approach, and become passive. It’s understandable, you’ve got a life to be getting on with. But the other is to join together, take action, make positive change, and reclaim the power!
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