FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE YORKSHIRE

ANYONE AND EVERYONE IS WELCOME

A BIT OF AN OVERVIEW

The Yorkshire Society acts in the name of Yorkshire, the whole of Yorkshire and for the greater good.

We are a community with real spirit for people who love Yorkshire, and everyone is welcome. We exist because ordinary people, especially Yorkshire people, can do extraordinary things when they get together and use their inherent grit and determination.

So, The Yorkshire Society is an organisation that organises things for Yorkshire as a whole and gives the people of Yorkshire a collective voice.

Non-political and charitable by nature the Society brings the people of Yorkshire together, supports its members, organises activities and initiatives for the greater-good, and helps individuals, communities and businesses throughout the region – the historic counties of Yorkshire’s three Ridings and York.

NOT FOR PROFIT, FOR YORKSHIRE

A not-for-profit organisation, The Yorkshire Society puts Yorkshire first, celebrating and promoting its economy, history, heritage, beauty and unique culture.

It is the established champion of ‘God’s own Country’ locally, nationally and internationally, working with affiliated organisations at home and abroad for the benefit of Yorkshire, not itself.

WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

JOIN

Membership is open to individuals and organisations, including businesses.

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SUPPORT

Sign up to receive our newsletter, offers and invitations.

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AFFILIATE

We work with other organisations for the greater good and mutual benefit.

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VOLUNTEER

If you have some time or skill you can give, we can always use an extra pair of hands.

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DONATE

The Society receives no public funds so any donation is very welcome.

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EVERYBODY WELCOME

OUR GOVERNANCE

Meet The Yorkshire Society’s Executive Committee

We now have
over 8000
members,
supporters and
friends.

VICE PRESIDENTS & VIPs

See who holds an honorary
position in the Society

LATEST NEWS

New book explores the North and West Riding border

New book explores the North and West Riding border

MORE THAN A LINE ON A MAP By Terry Ashby Walker and writer Terry Ashby, a member of The Yorkshire Society, invites readers to accompany him on his journey along the historic North Riding-West Riding Boundary, from Swarth Fell Pike in the high Pennines to the outskirts...

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