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TEN THINGS NOT TO MISS


Alhambra Theatre East Riddlesden Hall


East Riddlesden Hall is an intimate 17th century manor house set in romantic gardens designed by Graham Stuart Thomas. Inside the house you will find a stunning collection of embroideries, pewter and oak furniture. Also not to be missed is the wild garden, duckpond, bird hide, shop and tearoom.


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Enjoy an evening at Bradford’s magnificent Alhambra Theatre, regarded as the North’s premier touring venue. West End productions, opera, ballet and the best in comedy and drama are all on offer at this beautiful theatre.


www.bradford-theatres.co.uk


Bombay Stores


This magnificent shop draws crowds from across the country, and is the largest Asian department store in the UK. Choose from lavish fabrics, stunning wedding outfits, jewellery and shoes. Bombay Stores also has an impressive haberdashery.


www.bombaystores.biz Walking in Ilkley & Wharfedale


Situated in the Yorkshire Dales Ilkley is the perfect place for walking. The town is also a Walkers are Welcome town due to its beautiful countryside, walks for all abilities and a commitment to welcoming walkers.


www.visitilkley.com


Brontë Country


The Brontës are the world’s most famous literary family and Haworth Parsonage, their former home, is now the Brontë Parsonage Museum full of their possessions as well as an exhibition about their lives. Visit the Brontë tomb, take a walk to Top Withens, the inspiration for Wuthering Heights and join a guided walk to find out more.


www.visitbrontecountry.co.uk 05


Bingley Music Live


Bingley Music Live is a three day family festival featuring lots of bands on one stage. Previous acts have included Feeder, Maximo Park, Editors and The Undertones.


www.bingleymusiclive.com


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