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#YorkshireDay – why do we love it?

Ey up! In celebration of #YorkshireDay, we’re avin’ a gander at what folk at Approach Towers think the best thing about God’s own county is. From champion tea to prize puddings – Yorkshire teks the crown!

Suzanne Watson, Managing Director

“Ilkley Moor is my happy place. Family dog walks up there are priceless. As a theatre nut I try to see as much as possible at Bradford Alhambra – but love nothing more than the annual Christmas panto with Billy Pearce!”

 

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Helen Elson, Senior Account Manager

“I love walks around Scarborough’s North Bay. The colder and windier the better for a bracing stroll to blow the cobwebs away! You can’t beat watching the waves crash against the rocks and spotting the occasional porpoise along the way.”

 

Shona England-Lees, Senior Account Executive

“On a sunny day in Yorkshire, I would only ever want to be in one of two places – Piece Hall in Halifax or City Park in Bradford. Or, sipping a cold beer in the number of local breweries such as Saltaire, Ilkley and Northern Monk. For the grey days, driving over Ilkley Moor during a thunderstorm is fantastic – the whole sky lights up with lightening!”

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Anisha Mistry, Account Manager

“Saltaire is my happy place in Yorkshire. I love, love, love everything about Salt’s Mill and have to buy something from the bookshop whenever I go. Equally, I couldn’t recommend the Rose & Brown Vintage fairs at Victoria Hall and Caroline Social Club enough. I also love that you always seem to be no more than 20 minutes from either a bustling city or scenic countryside in Yorkshire – the perfect mix of both!”

 

Betty Adams, Junior Account Executive  

“It has to be the food! What could be better than a big Sunday roast topped with Yorkshire puds at a cosy pub in the dales. To drink? A pint of Timothy Taylors. For pudding? Rhubarb crumble. Or after a night out in Leeds, it has to be cheese chips and gravy!”

 

Sarah Kroon, Business Development Director

“York Minster’s incredible gothic architecture is amazing – and apparently a kiss with your significant other by the Heart of Yorkshire’s stained-glass window means you’ll stay together forever! Mr Moo’s ice cream parlour is also a guilty pleasure.”

Yorkshire – we chuffin’ love ya!