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Yorkshire Society

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Yorkshire Society is a non-political organisation founded in December 1980 to encourage people born, working or living in the County of Yorkshire to join to help improve several aspects of the area.[1] The patron of the Yorkshire Society is the Duke of York, and its current Chairman is Sir Rodney Walker.[2]

An earlier Society of the same name ran the Yorkshire Society's Schools on Westminster Road in London.[3]

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Goals

  • To improve the beauty, attraction and amenities in the Yorkshire countryside, towns, villages, historic houses and monuments of all kinds by encouraging and assisting local branches of the Society to prepare, fund and carry through projects in their own areas.
  • Working with other established organisations in their efforts to generate and promote tourism in the County.
  • Supporting efforts to study and solve some of the industrial, commercial and unemployment problems in the area.
  • Drawing together in fellowship Yorkshire folk by mounting regional and local events and providing a forum for discussion and debate.

Charitable Works

The Yorkshire Awards, held in Autumn each year, generate substantial funds for many charities.

The Society co-sponsors the annual Yorkshire Awards alongside Yorkshire Television, Joshua Tetley, Asda, Aon, Bain Hogg, Yorkshire Electricity and the Yorkshire Bank.

The Society's award category is the Yorkshire Lifetime Achievement Award. To date recipients have included Lawrence Batley, Ken Morrison, Victor Watson, Lord Harewood, Roy Mason, Baron Mason of Barnsley, Professor Tom Kilburn, Brian Rix, Lord Rix, Michael Parkinson, Barry Cryer, Brian Turner and Ashley Jackson.

Commemorating Yorkshire History

The erecting of Yorkshire Rose plaques to mark the contributions of famous Yorkshire men and women.[1]

To date plaques have commemorated:

Acting as host for the annual Yorkshire History Awards.

Yorkshire Day

The Yorkshire Society also convenes the civic celebration of Yorkshire Day, which is held on 1 August each year.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Barton, Lyn (15 April 2004). "Yorkshire expats in capital get home link". The Yorkshire Post. Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  2. ^ MacNamara, Felicity (13 July 2018). "Sir Rodney Walker appointed as Yorkshire Society chair". Bradford Telegraph and Argus. Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ "Leeds tribute to cartographer Christopher Saxton". The Yorkshire Evening Post. 19 October 2017. Retrieved 20 August 2018.

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