[ezcol_2third]The stunning North Yorkshire Moors surround Whitby to every side. The North York Moors became a National Park on 28 November 1952 and is one of 15 National Parks in the United Kingdom. The National Park covers an area of 554 square miles (1,436 square kilometres) and has 26 miles of coastline. It contains the largest [...]
Building Of The BMEWS At Fylingdales Moor RAF Fylingdales In The Snow - 1963 The History Of Whitby This Article, RAF Fylingdales - BMEWS was first published on 13th Dec 2011 and is dedicated to my late father George William (Bill) Kilpatrick of Whitby who passed away November 17th 2010. Whilst sorting [...]
The ‘PRIVATE EYE’ Collection In recent times, the investigative-journalism of the Real Whitby CORRUPTION BUSTERS team (TIM HICKS, NIGEL WARD and TIM THORNE – supported by a growing number of researchers, analysts and informants) - has drawn the attention of the country’s pre-eminent political exposé magazine PRIVATE EYE. In the confident expectation of continuing in this [...]
The Daffodil Walk At Farndale is an easy stroll through some of the finest scenery The North Yorkshire Moors National Park has to offer.
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Who is Monitoring the Monitoring Officer of NYMNPA & SBC? – an “In My View” article by Nigel Ward. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Following the publication of Private Eye recently, in particular Tim MINOGUE’s “Rotten Borough” article “They Cannot Be Sirius”, there has been much speculation as to how these allegations of impropriety, and, indeed, possible criminality, are likely [...]
An ‘In My View’ article – by Nigel Ward It would seem to me that no regulatory statute or Act of Parliament should be considered to be beyond the scope of amendment – ‘written in stone’. It is to be hoped that every Act to receive the Royal Assent has achieved that status only following a [...]
The North York Moors National Park Authority is expanding the range of volunteering opportunities it offers and is asking for people interested in helping spread the word about the area to get in touch. The new information volunteers will help answer questions from the public about the attractions, wildlife and heritage of the North York Moors [...]