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Dates For Your Diary 2014/15


John Smith’s Cup Meeting  
11th and 12th July 2014

Music Showcase Weekend
Friday 25th and 26th July 2014

Yorkshire Ebor Festival
20th - 23rd August 2014

September Meeting
7th September 2014

October Finale
10th and 11th October 2014

Jorvik Viking Festival

Jorvik Viking Festival, York. Courtesy of Jorvik Viking Festival

when:14 - 22th Feb 2015 (annual)
where:Jorvik Viking Centre

Get some hands-on experience of what it was like to be a Viking. More than 10,000 visitors turn up to York's annual Jorvik Festival to watch Norse warriors fight to the (mock) death with their enemies, the Saxons.

Illuminating York 29th October to 1st November

As the nights draw in, the ninth Illuminating York Festival will  shine more brightly than ever before. The Festival attracts more than 50,000 people to the city to experience York in a new light. Cutting-edge technology creates a colourful celebration of York’s unique heritage, from spectacular sites to hidden gems.This year (2014), Illuminating York will spread right across the city centre with 11 brand new illuminating artworks, our biggest-ever Festival. A fantastic programme of Fringe events in the city’s top attractions means that you can enjoy the Festival over more than one evening, experiencing buildings and concerts by candlelight; tasting chocolate in the dark; seeing ‘Mallard’ and her sisters as never before; or uncovering some of our resident ghosts and ghouls. 

ST NICHOLAS FAYRE 2014:: 27th November to21st December (Annually)

St Nicholas Fayre is one of the most popular Christmas markets in the UK, with thousands of visitors coming to York over the event. The Fayre offers a range of markets specialising in gifts, crafts, and the very best in local farm produce. Outside markets move into Parliament Street, St Sampsons Square and Coppergate while York's grand medieval Guild Hall provides a home for 'Made In Yorkshire' artists and crafters from across the region. The magnificent medieval townhouse, Barley Hall, presents a special medieval market with live crafting, mulled wine and costumed traders and St William's College houses an arts and crafts market for fine hand-made items not to be found in the shops. Carol singers and buskers flock to the city to perform over the weekend to thousands of festive shoppers.

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