What the media say about the Yorkshire Dales
We've helped a lot of journalists recently, resulting in plenty of media coverage of the Yorkshire Dales. This is very much Amanda Brown's speciality!
If you spot something we haven't listed below (we don't always know when the piece is published) please do get in touch
Country Living: Virtual Dark Skies Festival
Daily Mail: Discover the Moon, Mars and Moths
Metro: Starry eyed
The Sun: The World's Best Travel Locations
Euronews: Twinkle Little Star
Mirror: Yorkshire Dales named Europe's Best
Telegraph: The best walks in Yorkshire
Daily Mail: All Hail the Dales. There's no place like Yorkshire for a family walking holiday
Telegraph: Midwinter marvels: The best British outdoor breaks for December
The Guardian: The best places to spot UK wildlife in winter
Guardian: How tourism venues are adapting to the pandemic
Sunday Post: Yorkshire Dales Journey filled with Creatures and Comfort
Mirror: All Creatures Great & Small Filming Locations - see the DalesDiscoveries original article about James Herriot here.
Yorkshire Post: How Dales Businesses are Looking Forward to a James Herriot boom
Yorkshire Post: Nine Wonderful Autumn Walks in the Yorkshire Dales
Independent: More to the Yorkshire Dales than the Three Peaks
The Times: Moving to Yorkshire and the Yorkshire Dales
· Joanna Whitehead – freelance currently staying at East Witton and visiting the Limetree Observatory for a possible feature in the Independent. She’s coming back up in July and has rescheduled a meet-up with Les of the Dales Dipper fame as she wants to try wild swimming at Swaledale but thinks it too cold to do this time around.
· Lorna Parkes – fed in ideas for a Mail on Sunday piece she’s been commissioned to write on the less well known spots of Yorkshire
· Kevin Rushby – pitched the Dales Dipper wild swimming idea to him (wrapped up with a guided sea swim on the Yorkshire Coast) – he liked the idea and was going to pitch it to The Guardian.
· Tamara Hinson – just responded to a request for info on railway journeys – Settle and Carlisle railway.
· Sarah Baxter – pitched Glenda’s accommodation and the wildflower meadows as a reason to visit – for a feature Sarah was commissioned to write for the Telegraph (unfortunately didn’t get included).
· House at Hawes – appeared in The Guardian and Yorkshire Post; also pitched to a freelancer looking for new B&B for a Mail On Sunday piece (don’t know when it’s coming out).
· Muddy Boots Walking Holidays – appeared in The Guardian, Jewish Chronicle and they’re hosting a journalist commissioned to write a feature for Sainsburys magazine.
· Studfold Farm and campsite included in a Telegraph round-up feature on 30 ways to enjoy May Bank Holiday.
· The Wensleydale Experience included in a round-up feature in The Times on the best glamping sites to book.
· Jonathan at Where2Walk’s alternative walks to the usual pitched to The Guardian – travel editor commissioned Jonathan to write a piece (not sure when it will appear).
· Jamie Carter – dark skies article in the Sky at Night (wanted Yorkshire Dales dark sky pics) and is interested in visiting nearer to the fringe festival this autumn.
Journalist or producer?
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