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Bonfire Night, Sinnington, Pickering, North Yorkshire.

Who would have thought that on the 5 November 1605 that the infamous Guy Fawkes would become engraved into the historic annals of almost every British persons mind, and establish a tradition adopted by many other nations too.

 

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North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue On The Ouse, York, North Yorkshire.

Members of the Boat Unit of North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue are pictured training on the river Ouse in York on a bright sunny Sunday afternoon: 11 March 2012.

The bright sunshine and blue sky reflected in the waters of the river.

 

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The Best Kept Secrets of Heptonstall, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.

Having not long since been to Milan, Italy - my only disappointments were that the visit came to an end all too soon and I didn't get to see Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper. But they were indeed the only negative points of the visit, from Milan to Verona to Venice and much more, each day was spent exploring Italian art, architecture and culture. But what (I hear you ask) has this to do with Yorkshire.

 

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Romeo & Juliet Revisited, Whitby, North Yorkshire.

WHITBY'S Colosseum Theatre became the perfect setting for a revisit of Romeo & Juliet on Friday night. Just as the Arena in Verona, Italy is about a third the size of the Colosseum in Rome, the Colosseum Theatre in Whitby is tiny in comparison to many other theatres too.

 

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