Autumn 2011

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Harrogate Autumn 2011

 

Why Harrogate? Agatha Christie’s Disappearance
Sarah Harrison attempts to discover why Agatha Christie chose Harrogate as her secret retreat. She also investigates how the fashionable spa town of Harrogate originated

Yorkshire’s Seaside Piers A neglected aspect of Yorkshire’s history
Susan Horton tells the story of Yorkshire’s long-lost seaside pleasure piers, and how disasters struck them, including storms and sailing ships

Wharram Percy in the Yorkshire Wolds: The Most Famous Lost Medieval Village in Britain
This is an interesting visit to Wharram Percy. Much of the village layout can be seen in the fields

Winifred Holtby: A Yorkshire Reappraisal
Robin Gilbank looks at the achievements and aspect of Holtby’s work, after a mini-series on BBC, based on her bestselling novel South Riding

The Disappearance of a Roman Mosaic from the Brantingham Roman Villa, East Yorkshire
Jean Griffiths investigates the disappearance of a Roman Mosaic from the Brantingham Roman Villa, East Yorkshire in 1948

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