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England's Oldest Tourist Attraction Reopens
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England's Oldest Tourist Attraction Reopens

The tourism year can be hard to predict at the best of times.  England's oldest tourist attraction is named after the prophet Mother Shipton, so the irony of this particularly unpredictable year is not lost on Jay Stelling of Mother Shipton's Cave and Petrifying Well.

Blog (February 2020) - Visit Harrogate

Happy Birthday, to the National Trust!

Happy Birthday, to the National Trust!

In Heritage
Visit Harrogate

This year we celebrate 125 years of the National Trust. The National Trust was founded to care for historic properties, areas of beautiful countryside and to provide access to green spaces for everyone.

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Prison saved my life - the story behind Ripon Museums' Prisoners on Prisoners

Prison saved my life - the story behind Ripon Museums' Prisoners on Prisoners

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As Ripon Museums celebrate the opening of their new Exhibtion, Prisoners on Prisoners, curator Leah Mellors shares the story of its creation. 

During 2019 Leah and artist Faye Claridge visited prisoners in HMP Askham Grange and through the records of Ripon Prison, discover parallels between the prisoners of today, and prisoners of Ripon up to 100 years ago.

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