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Fireworks in the North York Moors

We like to keep High Oaks Grange a bang free zone as we have so many waggy friends staying with us but here is your guide to bonfires near by in case you are looking for a sparkling weekend. 

Halloween at Dalby Forest

October half term is here and there are plenty of family fun activities in and around the North York Moors. 

Seafest Banner 2022

The weekend of Friday 22nd July to Sunday 23rd July sees Scarborough celebrate it's annual maritime festival, Seafest, on the West Pier at Scarborough's harbour. 

North Yorkshire Food and Drink Festival

The North Yorkshire Food & Drink Festival is coming to Pickering on the 16th and 17 July 2022. 

The Red Arrows

After a 2 year hiatus, Armed Forces Day has returned and the host of this spectacular day is our very own beautiful coastal town of Scarborough, North Yorkshire.

Whitby Abbey at Night

From Railway in Wartime to music, food and art festivals, join in one of the many events held throughout the year across the North York Moors and Yorkshire Coast. Head into the heart of Dalby Forest for Forest Live, atmospheric summer gigs featuring big names from across the music world.

Agricultural Show Animals

Agricultural, country and village shows are an important part of the summer social calendar in the North York Moors and surrounding areas.

All the shows are different: there’s lots of livestock showing, some with show-jumping, others with brass bands, fell running or fairground rides. But they all have one thing in common. Everyone is there to have a good time, enjoy the local food and drink, and meet up with old and new friends.

Pickering War Weekend

Unfortunately, we can confirm that the Pickering Wartime Weekend event has been cancelled for 2020. 

However, we are looking forward to it returning next year. Read on to find out more about this fantastic event, and if you're looking for accommodation for Pickering War Weekend 2021, you can find a selection of self-catering properties at High Oaks Grange.


Over three days each October, the town of Pickering heads back to the 1940s and allows guests to experience the railway in war time.

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