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1 .  The Deep, Hull
Using awe inspiring imagery, The Deep tells the story of the oceans from the beginning of time through the present day and into the future With spectacular aquaria, The Deep compares and contrasts the major marine environments of the world from the tropics to the polar ice caps.
11/04/2001 20:42:24 | Report bad link

2 .  Mulberry Whin
The Best Chalkstream Flyfishing in Yorkshire" .... Flowing through S.S.S.I grassland at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds, Mulberry-Whin is over 1 mile of Double Bank Chalkstream fishing. Forming part of the nationally renowned "Driffield West Beck", the river is spring fed from numerous smaller streams.
23/01/2004 18:32:39 | Report bad link

3 .  Cruckley Farm
Cruckley - Open Farm and Provider of Rare Breed Animals and Vintage Farm Machinery to the Film Industry
24/11/2001 14:03:50 | Report bad link

4 .  Hunmanby Grange Garden & Nursery
Hunmanby Grange is a working farm, garden (featured on BBC Gardeners World, April 2002) and small nursery. The garden opens regularly for the National Gardens Scheme, raising money for its many associated charities.
02/05/2002 00:38:39 | Report bad link

5 .  The Driffield Navigation
The Driffield Canal Gala 4th - 6th May 2002 at Frodingham Landing. Boat trips, Saturday evening Jazz band, Sunday evening a Barn Dance. Day time attractions and licenced bar.
22/01/2002 23:29:19 | Report bad link

6 .  Beverleybeck Online
Boats, fishing and Historic Beverley, East Yorkshire.
22/02/2005 20:41:51 | Report bad link

7 .  Wolds Way National Trail
Yorkshire’s Wolds Way is a National Trail to savour. Its 79 miles is not too strenuous. It offers a route where the peace and quiet of country life still dominate and the gentle charm of the Yorkshire Wolds leaves the walker refreshed in body and spirit.
19/03/2001 00:37:49 | Report bad link

8 .  Market Weighton - 750 Years a Market Town
A guide to the East Yorkshire town of Market Weighton, known as "Wicstun" at the time of the Domesday Book of 1086. An insight into the history, local customs and attractions of the town and its immediate surroundings
19/03/2001 20:39:16 | Report bad link

9 .  Driffield Showground
A permanent showground which hosts events throughout the year including Driffield Show, Driffield Farmer's market held the first Saturday in every month, Truckfest, Driffield Country Fair and East Riding Steam Engine Rally.
20/03/2001 18:56:38 | Report bad link

10 .  Driffield Show
A traditional agricultural show held annually in July. Featuring livestock classes, horses, fur & feather,handicrafts, horticulture, a dog show, a live demonstration area and retail outlets. Something for the whole family to enjoy.
20/03/2001 18:56:38 | Report bad link

11 .  Eden Camp
Our special award winning Museum is an original Prisoner of War Camp built in 1942. Our fascinating displays hold, and reveal to you, the vital spirit which eventually triumphed in 1945. These superb and lifelike exhibits make a visit to Eden Camp a wonderful and educational day out for all the family.
23/03/2001 00:15:24 | Report bad link

12 .  Castle Howard
Castle Howard is one of the most famous country houses in England. The house and its surrounding grounds, gardens,
23/03/2001 00:22:39 | Report bad link

13 .  Bempton Cliffs
With over 3 miles of sheer chalk cliffs, rising to 120m, Bempton is the best place in England to see breeding seabirds (200,000+). Five safe viewing points give spectacular close-up views of puffins, gannets, guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes and fulmars between April and mid-August. At other times there are migrating birds to be seen and possibly seals and porpoises.
23/03/2001 00:34:01 | Report bad link

14 .  The Jorvik Viking Centre
The Jorvik Viking Centre in York, opened in April 1984 and has since welcomed over 12 million visitors through its doors to travel back in time to the Viking-Age. After undergoing £5 million redevelopment programme, The centre is a must-see for all visitors to the city of York from April 2001.
24/03/2001 13:51:02 | Report bad link

15 .  The Yorkshire Air Museum
The aim of The Yorkshire Air Museum is to preserve part of a typical wartime airfield as a lasting Memorial to the Allied air and ground crews who served in Yorkshire during World War II. Work on establishing the museum on a corner of a typical wartime bomber base began in 1985. Today it houses 42 historic aircraft, including the most complete Halifax still in existence, and extensive displays of aircraft engines, equipment and memorabilia.
24/03/2001 18:12:01 | Report bad link

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