Top Attraction Guide Launched in Ryedale
9:14am 18th February 2013
Top attractions from throughout the Yorkshire Coast and Countryside have added their support to a new guide to be launched in Pickering.
The Yorkshire Coast and Countryside Attractions and Events Guide 2013 features great days out around the Ryedale, Scarborough, and the North York Moors National Park.
And days out for all ages are being offered at reduced rates in the guide – with a host of special offer vouchers for a variety of attractions included in the pocket sized guide, say Ryedale District Council.
Cllr Linda Cowling, Leader of Ryedale District Council, said: “There is no shortage of fantastic attractions and events to visit across the Yorkshire Coast and Countryside area with something to suit all ages and interests.
“The new guide provides all the information you need with the added benefit of money off vouchers to ensure that everyone can discover the delights our area has to offer.”
The leaflet has been produced in conjunction with Welcome to Yorkshire, Janet Deacon - Area Director said "we are delighted that so many businesses have decided to advertise and showcase their products to the many visitors that some to the area. This is a very popular publication which is distributed far and wide including P+O North Sea Ferries and we hope that this along with our other marketing campaigns will attract even more visitors to the area"
The guide is being launched at the North York Moors Railway. Danielle Ramsey, Marketing Manager said “In a year of celebration for our 40th Anniversary the North Yorkshire Moors Railway is delighted that the front cover of this fantastic guide features the railway. The railway has lots of fantastic events planned throughout 2013 including story trains in the summer, music events and a 40th anniversary festival in May that will celebrate everything that has made the North Yorkshire Moors Railway become the most popular heritage railway in the world plus many more. The NYMR runs between Pickering and Whitby through the heart of the North York Moors National Park."
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