We all know the story behind Guy Fawkes Night, it’s countless how many times the story has been repeated and it will be passed to generations to come. So, why not get involved with the history and visit Guy Fawkes’ hometown this November!
York! Already a hub of history and culture and perfect for a short city break but let’s make it more seasonal – Guy Fawkes was born and raised in the city of York, his actual house is on Stonegate, which is now the busiest commercial street inside the medieval walls of York which means great shopping and food!
Obviously you can’t go to York without visiting the cathedral, a staple of York City, as well as the Ghosts…York is infamous for its ‘haunted’ pubs and streets so why not see what all the fuss is about and go on a ghost walk, there are many available!
Have you been to York lately? Got any tips?
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Why not get involved with the celebration of local horticulture and harvest.
Spalding Pumpkin Parade is a family affair, bringing the community together with attractions catering for all ages, styles and tastes. Entertainment includes, live music, fancy dress, children’s rides, competitions, open markets, street entertainment, a fantastic fireworks display and a pumpkin lit parade which continues to meander through the streets of Spalding, under the warm glow of decorated lanterns, led by this years Flower Queen upon the brand new pumpkin coach.
Fun for all throughout the day for all the family!
From markets to street entertainers, to cookery demonstrations and live performances it’s an event not to be missed!