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Yorkshire Day, Lets Celebrate on August 1st!

July 7, 2018

On Yorkshire day what’s the common link between the little-known sport of ferret legging, David Bowie’s dad and Wallace and Gromit? All can be celebrated on August 1st – #yorkshireday

The sport of ferret legging, popular among Yorkshire miners in the 1970s, involves seeing how long you can keep a ferret stuffed down your trousers (the record stands at 5 hours 30 mins!), Ziggy Stardust’s dad hailed from Doncaster whilst Wallace and Gromit’s favourite delicacy is, of course, Wensleydale Cheese.

So why not put your ferrets away and grab thissen a reet business bargain in the heart of White Rose county, the Hilton Smythe Way.

The following business opportunities are available:

Buy a business on Yorkshire day

Salisbury Stores in the bustling seaside resort of Scarborough

 

Catering business for sale

Catering wholesalers EA & JD Nurse near the historic market town of Pontefract

 

Tower House Guest House in Featherstone, near Pontefract

 

Bargain Booze in Featherstone, near Pontefract

 

The Happy Cat Café in Askern, near Doncaster

 

The countryside of Yorkshire has acquired the common nickname of “God’s Own County”. Yorkshire includes the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Parks, and part of the Peak District National Park.

Within the borders of the historic county of Yorkshire are vast stretches of unspoilt countryside. This can be found in the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors and with the open aspect of some of the major cities.

The people of Yorkshire are immensely proud of their county and local culture and it is sometimes suggested they identify more strongly with their county than they do with their country. Yorkshire people have their own Yorkshire dialects and accents. The county has also produced a set of Yorkshire colloquialisms, which are in use in the county the most famous traditional song of Yorkshire is On Ilkla Moor Baht ‘at (“On Ilkley Moor without a hat”), it is considered the unofficial anthem of the county.