Yorkshire Day! The day when England's largest and most modest county celebrates the fact that it has the bluest skies, the greenest pastures, the whitest yows, the peculiarest Old Peculier, the silliest silly-mid-ons, the tastiest pudding, the flattest caps, the most rascally Fat Rascals and the canniest whippets. The day when they break out the bunting in Wetwang and Booze, in Crackpot and Potto, in Giggleswick and Bedlam and Ugglebarnby - and also in Richmond!
We're here to remind you that there's a Yorkshire Day Artisan Market on Yorkshire Day, in Richmond Market Place, from 10:00 to 15:00. The market will focus on goods made in Yorkshire: hand-crafted arts and arty crafts; cakes and ale and street foods and much, much more.
As well as the market, there will be special Yorkshire Day activities for all the family, and of course all Richmond's usual attractions: the Castle, the Georgian Theatre Royal, the museums, The Station, the independent shops and the many walks in and around the town. Yorkshire Day in Richmond - you can't get much more Yorkshire than that.
By the way, did we mention that Yorkshire would have finished 7th at the London Olympics if it had been a country? And did you know - [Redacted]
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