The royal family’s enduring appeal is highlighted by the fact that two Stray Ferret videos of their visit have been viewed almost 200,000 times. Here’s your chance to see them again.
Exactly one week ago, Prince Charles and Camilla were in Harrogate to attend the Great Yorkshire Show. The enduring appeal of the royal family has been highlighted by the fact that two Stray Ferret videos of their visit have been viewed almost 200,000 times. We were...
The sun shone on award-winning goats, we sampled delicious local food and drink, and we were front row for a surprise Royal visit when the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall attended on Thursday.
Peerless blue sky, highs of 26 degrees celsius, hoses and ice cream. It’s a hot final day at the Great Yorkshire Show..
The Great Yorkshire Show received a special visit from Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, today. Did you see them? Here’s a picture gallery.
Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, visited the show today. Catch up on the coverage from the third day on the Stray Ferret’s blog.
Charles, accompanied by his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, pays a surprise visit on day three of the sell-out event at the Great Yorkshire Showground.
The organisers hope that the Great Yorkshire Show 2021 will act as a signal that normality is returning after coronavirus.
Opening hours have been extended to avoid crowding in response to the rise in Delta variant covid cases. The show, which starts on Tuesday, has been extended to four days.
A former Pateley Bridge farmer has been given another criminal-behaviour order for breaching a court injunction designed to keep his sheepdogs under control. The 81-year-old, who now lives in a nursing home, was banned from being in control of a dog without supervision.
The funding is part of the government’s agricultural transition plan after Brexit. All farmers and landowners within Nidderdale, as well as partners, AONB can apply.
24-year-old Washburn Valley farmer Robert McAneney says agriculture should be about respecting the land and “improving what you’ve got for the next generation”.
Landscape photographer Dick Lloyd captured this stunning image in a field near Staveley, which is just north of Knaresborough.