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WHAT'S ON Events and activities in and around the North York Moors and Yorkshire Coast in 2018 

Here's a selection of some of just some of the events taking place. Click on the image below to download this free guide. 
 

Sea The Sheep 

If you are visiting the area between 1 July and 31 August you may notice a woolly pink friend at our door - we are taking part in the North Yorkshire Moors Summer theme of #SeatheSheep.  
 
More than 80 of our favourite friends are dotted around waiting to be discovered in the Moors. 
 
Our woolly pink coated sheep!

JUNE '18 

3rd Spring Plant Fair, Scampston Hall & Walled Garden 
9th - 1st July Summer Wildlife Art Exhibition, Robert Fuller Gallery, Thixendale 
17th Yorkshire Modified Car Show - Pickering Showground 
23rd Forest Live - Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbot, Dalby Forest 
30th - 1st July Ryedale Book Festival, Malton various venues 

JULY '18 

1st Malton Show – Scampston Hall, Malton 
6th - 8th Staxtonbury Music Festival - Manor Farm, Staxton 
13th - 29th Ryedale Summer Festival - Venues across Ryedale 
14th - 15th 60s Fest, North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering 
14th - 15th Atlas Festival 2018, Scampston Hall, Malton 
21st Helmsley Invitational National Town Criers Competition for the Magna Carta Trophy 
22nd ParkFest 2018 - North York Moors National Park 
23rd - 29th National Parks Week 2018, 
North York Moors National Park 
29th MoorFest, Sutton Bank National Park Centre, 
Sutton Bank 
29th Tractor & Engine Day, Ryedale Folk Museum, 
Hutton-le-Hole 
31st The Ryedale Show - Welburn Park, Kirkbymoorside 

AUGUST '18 

1st Lavender Harvest & Distillation, Wolds Way Lavender, Wintringham 
5th, 12th & 19th Sutton Bank Sundays, Sutton Bank National Park Centre, Sutton Bank 
8th Thornton-le-Dale Show - Thornton-le-Dale 
18th Rosedale Show - Milburn Arms Field, Rosedale Abbey 
18th - 19th Countryside Crafts Weekend, Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton-le-Hole 
25th Bilsdale Show - Thornhill Farm, Bilsdale 
27th Farndale Show - Farndale Showfield 

SEPTEMBER '18 

8th Malton Harvest Food Festival, Malton 
8th - 9th Raptor Fair, National Centre for Birds of Prey, Helmsley 
8th - 16th Yorkshire Wolds Walking & Outdoors Festival 
9th All Services Parade and Remembrance Parade, 
Eden Camp, Malton 
28th - 30th Autumn Steam Gala - North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering 
30th Autumn Plant Fair, Scampston Hall & Walled Garden 

OCTOBER '18 

7th MoorsRun, North York Moors National Park 
12th - 14th Railway in Wartime - North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering 

NOVEMBER '18 

Saturdays in November Winter Owl Evenings at the National Birds of Prey Centre, Helmsley 
3rd - 25th Christmas Wildlife Art Exhibition, Robert Fuller Gallery, Thixendale 
17th Christmas at Castle Howard 
30th Yuletide Museum at Night, Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton-le-Hole 

SCARBOROUGH OPEN AIR THEATRE 

The Scarborough Open Air Theatre is gearing up for its biggest and busiest Summer Season yet, in 2018. 
 
More acts than ever before are due to board the stage this summer, and the latest acts to be confirmed are genuine showstoppers. 
 
Multi million-selling Irish megaband The Script headline on Thursday June 21, finally arriving to satisfy huge public demand. The Script join Alfie Boe, Gary Barlow, Steps and Il Divo on the 2018 roster, with even more very special surprises to be announced shortly. 
 
Click here for full details. 
 

TOUR DE YORKSHIRE 3rd - 6th May 2018 

The Tour de Yorkshire's star continues to rise, with Yorkshire's biggest annual sporting event returning to the Yorkshire Coast and North York Moors this spring. What's more, two local newcomers will make their big race debuts in 2018; Richmond in North Yorkshire gets its maiden taste of Tour mania, while Filey welcomes top class cycling action to its streets for the first time, during the Market Towns stage on day 3. Scarborough will proudly host a stage finish once more, the first and only town to do so in every edition of the TDY since its inaugural race in 2015. 
 
To cement the Tour de Yorkshire's burgeoning reputation, the women's race will also double in length this year, becoming a two day event that takes place on Thursday 3 and Friday 4 May. 
 
Click here to see the full route 
 

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