What to do during the Easter break in East Yorkshire

Top things to do during the Easter Holidays in East Yorkshire

The Easter holidays are just around the corner and with the weather getting warmer and the days finally starting to get lighter it gives us all more time to get out and explore. Now is the time to shake off the winter hibernation and travel beyond the front door step to enjoy East Yorkshire. 
Here’s some ideas for a fun Easter break.

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What to do during the Easter break in East Yorkshire

Top things to do during the Easter Holidays in East Yorkshire

The Easter holidays are just around the corner and with the weather getting warmer and the days finally starting to get lighter it gives us all more time to get out and explore. Now is the time to shake off the winter hibernation and travel beyond the front door step to enjoy East Yorkshire. 
Here’s some ideas for a fun Easter break.

10 things to do with the Kids when it's raining in East Yorkshire

10 Things to do with the kids when it’s raining in East Yorkshire

East Yorkshire is just as prone to typical British weather, and sometimes on the East Yorkshire Coast the weather can be even more unpredictable, which can mean we have our fair share of grey days, rainy days and sea fret. And when you’re here for the day or a few days it’s handy to know what to do and where to go - especially to keep the kids occupied - so here are some ideas to keep everybody happy when the weather is not the most ideal. 

An image of cranberry and peel loaves.

Food Experiences & Workshops in East Yorkshire

East Yorkshire and amazing flavours go hand in hand. The region’s offering of local produce and fantastically skilled makers and producers, create some tasty products to sample and some impressive experiences to be had. From brewers and distillers to chocolatiers and cookery schools, East Yorkshire has your foodie favourite.

Beverley Minster in East Yorkshire

Mark Bibby Jackson discovers Beverley's top attractions

London may define England, and arguably the entire United Kingdom, but small towns and villages remain the lifeblood of this country. One such place is Beverley in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Surrounded by the countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds this relatively small town (population about 30,000) punches well above its weight.

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