Spotlight on The Yorkshire Dales…
The Yorkshire Dales has many moods; it can be wild and windswept or quietly tranquil. From limestone crags and pavements, to an underground wonderment of caves; dry-stone walls and stone-built villages, to picturesque waterfalls. The Yorkshire Dales offers a variety of landscapes which change beautifully as each season passes, making this area an absolute pleasure to visit all year round.
I had the pleasure of visiting the idyllic West Burton today and spent time with our fabulous arty Katherine Ralph from Uncles Creative Workshop – I also took a little time to soak up the beauty of the surrounding area and felt as if I was on holiday for a few hours!
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Here’s 3 bite-size facts about The Yorkshire Dales…
The Yorkshire Dales is the second largest National Park in England (after The Lake District), covering some 680 square miles.
Yorkshire Feathermoss is the National Park’s only endemic species, not found anywhere else in the UK!
There are 8,689 kilometres of dry-stone walls in the National Park.
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