Welcome to the first edition of what we hope are many more newsletters aimed at putting a spotlight on the people, places to stay, where to eat, things to do and activities in around the town.
In this months edition we're putting a spotlight on some of the many and varied activities that take place here in Thirsk and the surrounding villages. Of note this month is the Thirsk & Sowerby Festival.
As we move into October and a month in the calendar in which we share stories, readings and gatherings that look to celebrate Halloween, we are reminded of the Busby Stoop Chair - a chair with a sinister reputation that was owned by coiner, drunkard and convicted murderer Thomas Busby.
In this month's newsletter, we are reminded of the numerous initiatives in Thirsk and the surrounding villages that aim to foster a strong sense of 'community.' But what do we mean by 'community'? It's a unique opportunity for the local population to connect and share 'a sense of place' through various conversations. Thirsk has a lot to be proud of and discuss.
Indulge in everything from delicious bakeries and cafes, sourdough pizza specialists and incredible restaurants including Thai, Italian and Indian cuisine.Thirsk has it all.
We look back on July and a month that saw very little in the way of sunshine, we here at the Visit Thirsk Town head offices are hoping for better weather to support the wealth of culture, shopping, music and the arts scheduled across August.
The town and the surrounding villages are incredibly privileged to have a range of inspiring gardens, galleries, parks and visitor attractions offering a portfolio activities that you won't find anywhere else in the country.
In this months edition of the Visit Thirsk Town newsletter we focus on the support available in the area for the mountain bike enthusiast. Thirsk is perfectly positioned between the North York Moors National Park and the Yorkshire Dales offering a plethora of tracks, trails and off road adventures.
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