INTRODUCING THE NEW
WORKING TOGETHER TO PROTECT YORKSHIRE’S HERITAGE
Photo above courtesy of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust,
one of our Heritage Guardians.
A BIT OF AN OVERVIEW
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 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
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
Meet The Yorkshire Society’s Executive Committee
We now have
VICE PRESIDENTS & VIPs
See who holds an honorary
position in the Society
Back in 2019, at the instigation of Vice President, Milly Johnson, The Yorkshire Society unveiled a blue plaque in honour of Barry Hines, the author of A Kestrel for a Knave, on which the film Kes was based. You can read a report about it here. Kes is a classic piece...