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Nottingham Forrest and the famous folk story of Robin Hood is the first thing that comes to mind for most people when the city of Nottingham is mentioned however the city holds far more then this Including the fabulous Holme PierrePont country park.
From Bolton’s old monastic tower. The bells ring loud with gladsome power, the sunshine’s, bright the fields are gay, with people in their best array… William Wordsworth
A lovely race with distances from 5k ,10k , half marathon, 20 miles, marathon and ultra. This flat course will be perfect for those wanting a PB. Homemade cakes, a bespoke medal and our Yorkshire goody bag await all finishers.
A new exciting event for 'It’s Grim up North Running’, four wonderful days of marathon running around Fewston and Swinsty reservoir.
Super. High. Way. Super. Wet. Way. Super. Slow. Way. Super. Low. Way. Ian McMillan
All glory and praise be given to God; the father, the son and Holy Ghost on high, on earth, goodwill towards men, honour and true allegiance to our gracious King, loving affection among his subjects, health and plenty within this house. 1628 – Lettering around the balustrade at Temple Newsam House
Rabbit Ings is a country park located on the former colliery yard and spoil heap of the Monkton Colliery and then the Royston Drift Mine, which closed in 1989.
Monastic limestone skeleton Threadbare with simple love of life Speak out your dead language The winds hammer, the suns knife... Ruined Abbeys, Peter Levi
Beautiful trail race around the grounds of Cannon Hall Gorgeous evening run, lapped route in and around the beautiful grounds of Cannon Hall
Out and Back Race along the Sunny Canal - Super. High. Way. Super. Wet. Way. Super. Slow. Way. Super. Low. Way. - Ian McMillan
Wortley (pronounced Wurt-lee) is a district of Leeds, West Yorkshire. It was known as Wirkelay until about 1700. Wortley was a weaving township within the parish of Leeds before it became industrial with coal pits, brickworks, railway yards and engine sheds—including a roundhouse, on Wellington Road.
Adam was a Yorkshire man, as of course, was Eve. Jesus was born here, and (I’m led to believe), That Moses and Samson were found in the dark On the canal near Gargrave, in the bar of Noahs Ark