Filmed in Yorkshire

Yorkshire has constantly featured on both the big and small screen throughout the ages and below are some of the best loved films and TV programmes that are filmed here. 1. Open All Hours – Doncaster 1976-1985 (2013-present)     Albert Arkwright, played by Ronnie Barker gave us laughter from the streets of South Yorkshire
Complied & written by Jonathan Rudd Yorkshire is littered with some of the most unusual landmarks and oddities to spot as you travel around the Ridings. Here’s a few of them to look out for. 1. Hairy Bob’s Cave – Scarborough  We start our journey on the East Coast at one of Scarborough’s most unusual

7 Man Made Wonders of Yorkshire

Complied & written by Jonathan Rudd While Yorkshire is full of natural wonders to feast our eyes on, there are also many feats of mankind throughout the county. Here’s a look at some of the man-made structures which help make Yorkshire great. 1. York Minster York Minster is arguably the most impressive man-made structure in
Local Yorkshire business Xander Wealth Commercial Finance have today announced they are offering a broker service to businesses needing emergency funding up to £5M through the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) “Many businesses are in a state of panic & confusion about imminent finance and cash flow challenges. We aim to offer business owners
Electric Theatre Cinema in Huddersfield [Source: Joshua Greally]
Now, every Yorkshire citizen loves a day out at the cinema, but sometimes you don’t want to watch the latest releases in a cinema with inconsiderate nattering cluttering your experience. And if you agree with that statement then you need to spend a night at the Shhh! Cinema. What is Shhh! Cinema? Shhh! Cinema is
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The Coronavirus in Yorkshire

Many people are understandably concerned with their health at the moment. With the Coronavirus making headlines across the world and the number of UK cases slowly rising. At time of writing, there have been 578 deaths health officials have confirmed, with 11,658 confirmed cases in the UK. Many of which were reported across the North
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Meersbrook site of Back in time for the corner shop [Source: Matthew Braithwaite‎- Yorkshire Photography Group - iYorkshire]
Despite being England’s largest county, Yorkshire never seems to get a large amount of recognition when it comes to film and TV. Well, i-Yorkshire aims to ensure Yorkshire media gets that recognition. With this new article series, we’ll be informing you about the latest media releases set in God’s own country. And letting you know
A Yorkshire Nature Reserve was saved this week from unruly fly tippers. An estimated ‘1000’ tyres were dumped on a nature reserve in North Yorkshire earlier this month. The rubbish was left at the entrance of the Brockadale Nature Reserve in Little Smeaton, Pontefract. Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (YWT), who runs the nature reserve, confirmed that