4 edition of Wild flowers of the Yorkshire Wolds found in the catalog.
Wild flowers of the Yorkshire Wolds
Sylvia M. Arnold
|Statement||by Sylvia M. Arnold ; photographs by John M. Arnold.|
|LC Classifications||QK306 .A85 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||87182827|
A disused chalk quarry high up on the Yorkshire Wolds near Wharram-le-Street is home to a wonderful riot of wildflowers. STEPHEN LEWIS reports “IT’S behind you, Nigel!” calls Caroline Comins. East Yorkshire’s Wild Wolds The understated and gentle rolling of the Yorkshire Wolds belies secluded valleys home to several species of orchids and more than 30 species of butterflies. Barn owls hunt low over the grasslands and verges, and in the skies above, the majestic red kite is now a frequent sight with its distinctive forked tail.
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The 'Sledmere Cross' takes the form of an Eleanor Cross and is a true 'folly' that was 'converted' in to a War Memorial by Sir Mark Sykes (of the Sykes–Picot Agreement) who added a series of brass portraits in commemoration of his friends and the local men who fell in the war and also notably himself in crusader armour with the inscription “Laetare Jerusalem (Rejoice Jerusalem)”.Ceremonial county: East Riding of Yorkshire. We are a quiet rural working farm nestled between the Yorkshire Wolds & North Yorkshire Moors boosting breathtaking views of the Yorkshire Moors and all that surrounds us. We host a small stretch of the Yorkshire Wolds Walk Way running though the farm, located between West Heslerton and Sherburn on East Heslerton Brow.
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House | Jan 1, Hardcover. This book provides an insight into the rich history and culture of the Wolds, a story shaped by saints, soldier-adventurers, merchants, fisherman, engineers, architects, farmers, landowners, writers, and in most recent times, England's greatest living painter David Hockney, whose work has created a national awareness of the natural beauty and unique landscape of the Yorkshire Wolds.5/5(4).
North York Moors and Yorkshire Wolds including York and the Coast: Local, characterful guides to Britain's special places (Bradt Slow Travel) ‘Choice Visits in Yorkshire and York’, a UK guide (Choice Guides to Yorkshire Book 1) Charles Patmore. out of 5 stars 8.
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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Some of his best-loved works were inspired by the little-known Yorkshire Wolds They celebrate a time when white hawthorn blossom and wild flowers take over the hedgerows.
Book in for a. The Yorkshire Wolds form a ridge of low, rolling hills that stretch in a crescent from the cliffs at Flamborough Head and Bempton, north of Bridlington, to the Humber Estuary at Hessle, and are the most northerly outcrop of chalk in England.
The highest. Where wild flowers thrive – in protected meadows, organic farms and odd corners of the landscape – butterflies can still be found, although rarely in great profusion. Gardeners can be of great help when it comes to conserving wildlife and by allowing some of our native species to grow in our gardens we are able to see a number of butterflies at close proximity.
The Yorkshire Wolds are low hills in the counties of the East Riding of Yorkshire and North Yorkshire in north-eastern England. The name also applies to the district in which the hills lie.
On the western edge, the Wolds rise to an escarpment which then drops sharply to the Vale of highest point on the escarpment is Bishop Wilton Wold (also known as Garrowby Hill), which is feet Coordinates: 54°00′22″N 0°26′24″W / °N.
‘Fold upon fold of the encircling hills, piled rich and golden,’ is how the writer (best known for her posthumous novel South Riding) Winifred Holtby, described England’s Yorkshire Wolds. Eighty years on, here’s how a couple of tourist guides currently describe the area: “With hidden valleys, chalk streams and peaceful villages, the Yorkshire Wolds make a refreshing change.
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A grassy bridleway and footpath with wildflowers grown for conservation in the scenic landscape of the Yorkshire wolds in summer A green track beside a field of bright yellow oilseed and a solitary hedgerow ash tree with countryside views beyond in Northamptonshire, England.
The Yorkshire Wolds Way. A 79 mile walking route that starts near the Humber Bridge, and ends with fish and chips in sight at the Victorian seaside resort of Filey. It's a walk that takes you through a secret part of Yorkshire. One rather overshadowed by those famous Yorkshire Dales, and the North York Moors.
Hidden it may be. But it's there. A simple guide to the wildflowers of Britain Country Life April 6, From deciduous woods yet to fill out with leaf, to windswept hilltop shingle. Wetwang is a Yorkshire Wolds village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, is situated 6 miles (10 kilometres) west of Driffield on the A grid reference: SE Yorkshire Wolds that it inspired world-renowned artist David Hockney to produce works of art which feature the sweeping roads, majestic skyskapes and rolling hillsides.
Millington Pastures valley This narrow road with wild flowers on the hillsides running through old Wolds grassland was shared by farmers for sheep grazing, each renting a stint. Hailing from Rudston in the East Riding of Yorkshire, Holtby was a feminist campaigner, a civil rights supporter and a socialist – as well as a highly regarded journalist and author.
Rudston and East Riding. Rudston is a typical Yorkshire Wolds village in the East Riding of Yorkshire, where farmers have worked the arable land for generations.
Find our more about the Yorkshire Wolds Way. Choose and book a National Trail break or be inspired by our suggested itineraries.
Read facts about the Trail and watch the Trail video. Yorkshire Wolds Way Information. Find out about the Trail and use the interactive map to explore accommodation, services and attractions on the route.
The Yorkshire Wolds are formed by a series of low calcareous hills, from the Humber to the coast of North England. The path starts at the bank of the Humber Estuary and ends in Filey. There, at the cliffs on the east coast, you hit on the trail end of the Cleveland Way.
Flower of May is an award-winning Scarborough holiday park offering holiday homes, static caravans to hire, seasonal tourers, touring caravans, glamping pods & tents Set in glorious open countryside where the stunning Yorkshire Wolds roll down to the sea, Flower of May Holiday Park lies on the coast between Scarborough and Filey.Geography.
The Wolds comprise a series of low hills and steep valleys underlain by calcareous (chalk and limestone) and sandstone rock, laid down in the Cretaceous characteristic open valleys of the Wolds were created during the last glacial period through the action of glaciation and meltwater.
The chalk that underlies the Chalk Wolds Landscape Character Type extends from the.Running across the brow of our hill is the Yorkshire Wolds Way, situated on the famous Yorkshire Wolds. Our glamping pods have spectacular views of the Yorkshire Moors, the coastline beyond Scarborough and sweeping views of the surrounding countryside, breath-taking on a clear star filled night.