Win a family pass for Bolton Castle and a Brymor Ice Cream voucher!
Win a family pass for Bolton Castle!
Bolton Castle is a spectacular medieval fortress, bearing the scars of over 600 years of fascinating history. Originally built as one of the finest and most luxurious homes in the land the castle is still in the private ownership of Lord Bolton, the direct descendant of the castle’s original owner Sir Richard le Scrope.
As well as the castle itself with its incredible views over Wensleydale, visitors can enjoy the beautiful gardens, activities such as archery and falconry and events throughout the season.
To be in with the chance of winning a family pass for the castle, gardens and grounds please answer the following question.
In which year was Mary Queen of Scots an honoured guest at Bolton Castle? You can find the answer on the Castle website here.
Enter the competition here.
The closing date is 4pm Friday 23 August. Terms and conditions apply.
Who would you treat to an ice cream sundae?
For our #MadeInNorthYorkshire competition this month we’re giving away a voucher for the Brymor ice cream parlour and café in Wensleydale. The lucky winner will receive a voucher for two delicious Brymor ice cream sundaes.
Brymor has been creating award-winning ice cream for more than 34 years. With the introduction of milk quotas in 1984, Brian Moore needed a way to use the spare milk from his small Guernsey herd. On their farm in Weeton Brian and his wife, Brenda, would make ice cream in the morning then sell it in the afternoon from a hut at the farm gates. As the business expanded High Jervaulx became home to the purpose built production dairy and parlour, which now attracts over 300,000 visitors every year.
Paul Hodgson, Brymor managing director, said “Our ice cream is so good because we put our heart and soul into making it. Our own herd of Guernsey cows produce the finest, creamiest milk and we show them lots of love and affection because happy cows produce the best milk!”
Find out more at www.brymordairy.co.uk or on social media @brymoricecream
To be in with a chance of winning, simply follow us on Instagram @northyorkscc then look out for and like our #MadeInNorthYorkshire post when we add it in the next few days.
The winner of last issue’s competition was Jane Shilleto, who won tickets for four adults on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.
We’ll be running more competitions in coming months. A good way to keep informed about them is by subscribing to our newsletter, NY Now, if you aren’t already a reader.
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