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July 2021

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With the August edition nearing completion, have you had chance to enjoy the current magazine? Inside there are Members Club offers and competitions as well as great deals from our trusted advertisers. AmandaSee More Owen has written her latest column from Ravenseat and we focus on the forthcoming 5 On The Farm Festival where we look forward to meeting you all in our role as media partner. Our gardening expert and Love Your Garden ITV favourite Katie Rushworth has her latest tips for your garden and that is followed by BBC TV’s Chris Mason and his latest column on his homeland. We’ve more of your Myfavouritebench photos and David Norris has written a piece celebrating the 40th anniversary of the opening of the Humber Bridge. Richard Bell has his produced his latest fascinating Wild Yorkshire column and Godfrey Holmes takes a closer look at the unusual architecture of Withernsea, plus there’s an update on the Withernsea Pier project. Roberta Mothersdale gives the lowdown on the goings-on at the farm before Julia Chapman – aka The Dales Detective – looks forward to a good summer. There’s another stunning centrespread from Stephen Garnett before Ian Richardson takes us on a stroll of Upper Dentdale in Over hill & dale. Mrs Simkins has rustled up a recipe for the quickest quiche while Ian McMillan has a laugh or two in store in Bard words. John Bentley has some wonderful photography after a day sheep gathering on the fells and Maggie Poppa meets cheesemaker Yorkshire Dama Cheese who has an incredible tale to tell. David Mitchell remembers car journeys of his childhood and Paul Jackson puts the Paxman surname in the spotlight. Len Markham recalls some more of his happy memories while Stephen Wade features the Kearton brothers in his latest Yorkshire Delight. Yorkshire Prose delivers his ‘More than just a pint’ in Poetry corner and we have a whole host of things to do for all the family in Out and about. Add to that puzzles, lots of reader letters, jokes and articles, we round things off with Bob Clare’s best day out. If you can’t lay your hands on a copy of the magazine in the shops, you can order a copy by calling the team on 01756 701033 or you can click the following link for subscription information: If you know a Yorkshire lover who’d enjoy reading the magazine, tag them below or share the post to their profile. Enjoy your read!