Hidden Yorkshire - explore our county’s secret treasures

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Welcome to a great new day out feature, spotlighting the ‘hidden’ gems of Yorkshire. Each week we will spotlight a less well-known location over the summer - and you can suggest your ideas too.

Tweet your suggestions and pictures of yourself and family or friends at any of the places to #hiddenyorkshire or email rebecca.lumby@jpress.co.uk.

Yorkshire is crammed with hidden gems

Yorkshire is crammed with hidden gems

Click the links to see the places we’ve covered so far...

JULY 17 - Click here to read

• The mini-minster of St Gregory and the Hyena Caves

• Shibden Hall

• Coldstones Cut

• Fewston Reservoir

JULY 25 - Click here to read

• The monolith of the East Riding

• Brockadale Nature Reserve

• Ponderosa, Heckmondwike

• Aldborough Roman Site

JULY 31 - Click here to read

• Oakwell Hall and country park, Birstall, Batley

• Bronze age rock art near Robin Hood’s Bay

• Thruscross Reservoir and Washburn Valley

• The tropics... at Roundhay Park

AUGUST 7 - Click here to read

• Scarborough church that became pre-Raphaelite gem

• Bankfield Museum, Halifax

• Druid’s Temple, Ilton, Masham, North Yorkshire

• The Hollies, Meanwood, Leeds (Click the screen above to watch video)

Date: 23rd March 2017.
Picture James Hardisty
The Leeds Fund, has once again distributed more grants to local community projects to help people across the city of Leeds, with support from John Lewis Leeds. 
Pictured Kate Hainsworth, from Leeds Community Foundation, James Prince, from John Lewis Leeds, (Centre) members of three local charites that have benefited from the grants (left to right) Jessica Kennan, from Kidz Club, Francessa Joy, from Imagine If Theatre Company, Scarlett Kelly, Sharon kennedy, and Simon Johnson, from Luv2meet.

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