5 Yorkshire festivals to visit this Autumn
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The great outdoors, literature and even some Eastern spices, the end of summer doesn’t mean that festival season is over.
10th - 18th September
Walking & Outdoors festival
The Yorkshire Wolds Walking and Outdoors Festival is now in its 6th year, with a vast array of of outdoor pursuits including cycling, special interest and historical walks, horse riding, Nature Safaris, Bushcraft, Nordic walking, specialist guided walks, sat nav treasure hunt, boating or canoeing or even a Buddhist experience.
Various locations in Yorkshire Wolds.
10th - 25th September.
South Pennines Walk & Ride Festival
- 1 Where to watch the Perseids meteor shower in East Anglia
- 2 5 wild swimming spots in Cheshire
- 3 The incredible Cornish stone structures with an exceptional history
- 4 5 of the best places to visit in Cheshire this summer
- 5 The 5 best spots for wild swimming in Somerset
- 6 Cheshire walk - Anderton Boat Lift and Nature Park
- 7 4 of the best places for open water swimming in Hampshire
- 8 11 pretty riverside pubs in Hertfordshire
- 9 Hoards of spider crabs on Cornish beaches are not a danger to the public
- 10 17 amazing experience days in Hampshire
The South Pennines Walk & Ride Festival has over almost 140 events across the South Pennines and West Yorkshire this September.
Highlights include a photography walk with Ray Green, a Saltaire Sculpture Trail and Holme Valley Mountain Rescue Ramble.
Various locations in West Yorkshire.
15th - 29th September
World Curry Festival
The festival is now in its 6th year, and celebrates all things spicy in the city thats has now been named Curry Capital of Britain for a record-breaking fifth year in a row.
Highlights include: Street Food on Broadway, a food exhibition at Kala Sangam Arts Centre and As audience with ken Hom.
Various locations in Bradford and Leeds.
25th September - 4th October
Richmond Walking & Book Festival
The Richmond Walking & Book Festival is now in its 12th year and provides a unique mix of daytime and evening walks and talks.
There are walks around Wensleydale, Jervaulx Abbey to name a few and series of events that cover topics as far ranging as Charlotte Bronte to Swaledale Mining.
Various locations in and around Richmond
30th September - 16th October
Ilkley Literature Festival
The Ilkley Literature Festival has been in existence for over 40 years, with over 200 events taking place over 17 days.
Highlights include: Beyond Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brobte Festival and talks by Sir Ton Robinson, Nick Clegg and Alan Titchmarsh.
Various locations in and around Ilkley.