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More about the Man on the Moors

Following our two pieces on the Man on the Moors sculpture (July 2 and September 6), and the flurry (by blog standards) of responses they provoked, readers may be interested in the following comments, abridged with permission from an article by Ian Carstairs, President of the North Yorkshire Moors Association, in the Autumn 2017 edition […]

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Moors Conservation Award

Applications are now open for a Conservation Award, which is made biennially and recognises efforts to protect biodiversity or vernacular architecture in the North York Moors. An award of £500 is made to the winning entry, funded jointly by the North Yorkshire Moors Association and the National Park Authority. Applications are now invited from individuals, […]

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This Exploited Land: conservation of industrial heritage on the Moors

The 19th century ironstone mining and railway developments on the North York Moors have left an indelible signature on our landscape. THIS EXPLOITED LAND (‘TEL’) is a partnership of community and statutory organisations, led by the North York Moors National Park Authority; established to preserve that landscape and tell its trailblazing story. In autumn 2013, […]

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A walk and a Fryup?

Next weekend (December 6-7) already has two walks on offer, one with the Ryedale Walking Group on Saturday, and one with the Ramblers on Sunday, but if you’d like a further option, here it is.  On Saturday December 6, the North Yorkshire Moors Association is organising a 7 mile walk from the Moors Centre at […]

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Guided tour of Captain Cook’s boyhood landmarks

Yes, we know that the great adventurer Captain James Cook came from Great Ayton, but have you ever been there to explore this pretty village and look at its links with Captain Cook? The North Yorkshire Moors Association has arranged an afternoon’s guided walk that does just that. Meet at All Saints, Great Ayton’s 12th […]

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