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CPRE North Yorkshire

School's Writing Competition 2018

Thursday, 11 October 2018 09:33

Jack's North Yorkshire
Hambleton and surrounding area has a racing history going back to the 17th century!
Don't leave rubbish about...
"Don't leave rubbish about" says Seb from Helmsley CP School!
Emilia's North Yorkshire
There is a house near a big long lake The are some little sheep You can swim in the lake Where could this be? Castle Howard?
Bring you Wellies
Why I love North Yorkshire
Luke's North Yorkshire
Come and visit the beautiful North York Moors which is filled with amazing plants and creatures!
Zoe's North Yorkshire
Zoe's loves Duncombe Park near Helmsley and going fast on her bike!
Come to North Yorkshire, you’ll feel like a King (or Queen!)
Anon from Helmlsey School
From Fish n Chips to Michelin dining North Yorkshire's got it all say's Freddy
We are a charity and therefore shouldn't really be advertising but then some things are so good you have to shout about them! As Freddy so rightly says, North Yorkshire's got it all!
Out of the mouths of babes....
There is a beautiful sky, There is a gate so sheep don’t escape, There’s a way for a car to through
North Yorkshire's the best place in the whole wide world.
The best place in the whole wide world! Indeed it is Patryk which is why CPRENorthYorkshire works so hard to enhance and protect our wonderful county!
It's fantastic, it's amazing, and brilliant wi-fi...... by William!
Out of the mouths of the next generation....
Poppy's love of North Yorkshire
Poppy’s story talks about Dalby Forest
Piage's beautifully written story about North Yorkshire.
Piage from Helmlsey School
“Chill out dude!|dq|
Lewis from Helmlsey School
Come to Beckdale says William
William P likes the woods and beaches in North Yorkshire and tells us that it's so tranquil in parts - you can hear the leaves falling from the trees...
Henry says 'come to whaling Whitby to walk under the whale bones!'
Henry tells us about his view of North Yorkshire which includes; Whitby, Sutton Bank, fish and chips and Flamingo Land.
The countryside is fun because it’s beautiful...
Tristan from Helmlsey School
“Don’t forget to drink some tea!|dq|
Abigail of Helmsley CP School
Finlay tells us about his North Yorkshire....
Finlay should perhaps be writing for the ad agencies who promote tourism in North Yorkshire as this story tells and sells our wonderful county!
Out of the mouths of babes....2
ARE YOU TIRED OF YOUR BUSY, BUSY LIFE? Then come over to the beautiful, natural North Yorkshire!!
What I can see from my window ....
Ebony's window: "The mountains, The lakes, The fields, The trees, The grass"
North Yorkshire - and its finest beaches galore!!
Adam from Helmlsey School
Nature? History? Food? North Yorkshire’s got the lot!
Josh from Helmlsey School
Mikey loves North Yorkshire!
Mikey from Helsley CP School in Helmsley tells us why he loves his county and countryside.
Visit Jorvik - Lena's advice
Jorvik teaches us all about our past - our heritage
Alvin from Montessori loves fish and chips.
So many of them write about trips to Whitby on the heritage coastline.
You won’t forget North Yorkshire
CH from Helmlsey School
North Yorkshire -' where dreams are made', says Ruby
Ruby from Helmlsey School
Poppy at Lightwater Valley
Poppy would love to ride the dinosaur ride.
Ted's North Yorkshire
Ted, we love your story and the illustrations and your hand-writing.
Summer's entry in the CPRENorthYorkshire school's writing competition!
Summer, from Helmsley CP School in Ryedale, might just be the next David Attenborough....
Lots of beautiful landscapes and creatures
There is lots to do.... like sunbathing.
'Make your way to North Yorkshire, don’t delay!' says Caroline of Helmsley CP School
Caroline from Helmlsey School

Why I love North Yorkshire by the next generation!!

The first of our entries in our writing competition for schools launched this year. We asked two schools to send stories entitled "Why I love North Yorkshire".  Remember, check our news section daily for the latest entries to be posted!

Ryedale schools embraced the project which will be opened up across North Yorkshire in 2019. Send in your thoughts if you think one particular story stands out as a winner.  We shall be donating £200 to the winning school and a book token to the winning entries although we really think they are all winners.
Is your school interested?  Contact us on info@cprenorthyorkshire.co.uk  for more information.
Click on each link to read their amazing stories... 
 

Abigail - “Don’t forget to drink some tea!"

 

 

Adam - North Yorkshire - and its finest beaches galore!!

 

ALVIN attends the Wharfedale Montessori School and is 7

 

 

Anon - Why I love North Yorkshire.

 

Anon - Come to North Yorkshire, you’ll feel like a King (or Queen!)

 

Caroline - 'Make your way to North Yorkshire, don’t delay!'

 

CH - You won’t forget North Yorkshire

 

Ebony - "What I can see from my window."

"The mountains, The lakes, The fields, The trees, The grass

Ebony is from Helmsley CP School, Key stage 1

Well Ebony, we hope to protect and enhance the fields, trees and grass as well as the lakes of North Yorkshire for you as you grow up!

 

Why I love North Yorkshire by Edward. 

 

 

Emilia - Could it be castle Howard?

My North Yorkshire by Emilia

There is a house near a big long lake

The are some little sheep

You can swim in the lake

Where could this be?  Castle Howard? 

 

 

 

Esme - "Bring your wellies"

 

 

Finlay - tells us about his North Yorkshire

 

 

Freddy -  From Fish n Chips to Michelin dining North Yorkshire's got it all. 

 

Henry - "...come to whaling Whitby to walk under the whale bones!"

 

Jack - There is horses in North Yorkshire

Hambleton and surrounding area has a racing history going back to the 17th century!  There are famous trainers across North Yorkshire with the famous Middleham yards and Easterby’s outside the National Park

Here is one trainer at Hambleton within the North York Moors National Park.

 

Josh - Nature? History? Food? North Yorkshire’s got the lot!

 

Lena - Visit Jorvik!

 

 

Lewis - "Chill out Dude"

 

Luke - Why I love North Yorkshire

Why I love North Yorkshire

by Lucas, Helmsley CP School in Ryedale

Come and visit the beautiful North York Moors which is filled with amazing plants and creatures!

The plants in the North York Moors are the most beautiful things in the world.

The small of the colourful flowers is the most lovely smell in your life.

The animals in the North Moors are amazing.

They are so peaceful and quiet.

When they have babies the babies are so cute.

The animals in the North York Moors are the animals of your dreams.

I love to sit in the heather and lister for animals

If you are lucky you might see a red kite, it has a V shaped tail.

Look out for a red grouse, if it is a female it won’t have red eye brows but if it is a male, it will have red eye-brows.

A red grouse always has brown feathers and is very shy.

The coastline of the North York Moors is beautiful and full of fantastic things to see.

The gold, sandy beaches on the coastline have a gentle breeze and a sparkling sea.

The scenery is breathtaking so come and visit this lovely coastline.

Come and visit the amazing North York Moors and see all these fantastic things.

Come today, make your way, don’t delay! 

 

Mikey - Why I love North Yorkshire

 

Piage's love for North Yorkshire. 

 

Patryk - North Yorkshire is the best place in the whole wide world...

 

Poppy - My North Yorkshire

 

Poppy - would love to go on the dinasour ride. 

 

North Yorkshire -' where dreams are made', says Ruby

 

Seb - "Don't leave rubbish about..."

 

Sophie - Why I love Yorkshire Drawing.

There is a beautiful sky

There is a gate so sheep don’t escape

There’s a way for a car to through

 

Summer - might just be the next David Attenborough....

Why I love North Yorkshire by Summer

Why wouldn't you want to come to the beautiful, picturesque North Yorkshire Moors because you could take a stroll in the dense woodland or even bike through the heathery moorland, so why not come and discover your road to the great outdoors.

I love North Yorkshire because of the stunning landscape and the sudden changes of weather.  Were we live, right here near the moors, you could see all sorts of wildlife.  In the moors, the most common animal is the Scottish Black Face because they roam and collect up all the ticks lying around in the heather.

My favourite bit is walking and the peatland and woodland because I just feel at home.

The rivers are a very common place to see dippers and kingfishers.  This year hasn't has been a very good year to let your dogs in the river because there has been some green algae which can make dogs ill but that doesn't stop anyone from having a riverside walk.  If you are lucky, you could spot a water lilly or some water weed.

Now, moving on to the magical moorland in Yorkshire is absolutely outstanding.  It's the most common place to visit because you can see lapwings and lots of meadow pipits or if you're really lucky depending on how much noise you are making, you might spot a curlew!  In Spring you could come across Scottish Black face lambs and ewes crossing over the road.  But just remember "beware of the adders".

The best place to visit is the James Herriot museum because if you want to be Yorkshire Vet and follow in the lead of his life (like I do) you could go and visit the museum and learn about the country life like he did.  This museum is located on the outskirts of Thirk.  Now Julian Norton and Peter Wright has taken over vetinary centres.  That is why Thirsk is famous.  

The woodland in North Yorkshire is one of the best in the world to spend a day walking around in.  You could see a a great spottered woodpecker or a nuthatch.  In our woodlands we have plants like  wild garlic and in spring our woods are full of daffodils and bluebells.  People like to visit our woods on an evening or at dusk.  In Autum, all the leaves fall off the trees and you could see a red fox, on of the wonders of nature.

Now, you are inspired why not come and visit and try as many activities as you can.....

 

Ted - My North Yorkshire

 

 

Tristan - The countryside is fun because it’s beautiful

 

William - It's fantastic, it's amazing, its North Yorkshire

 

William - Come to Beckdale

 

Zoe - My North Yorkshire.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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