Huddersfield’s Unique Dialect
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Family Tree Folk, Bringing genealogy to life.
We have a fabulous range of genealogy gifts and family history greetings
cards. We are also happy to make up your own made-to-order design in any
If you are interested in Yorkshire then you really must pay a visit to the
Island Gallery site of Richard Bell, wildlife illustrator, where you can
browse his nature diary which contains over 1,900 of his superb original
illustrations. Try to find the work he did for 'Watership Down' !.
Barry Rawling, at The College of York St John, maintains a dialect site
which can be found
The Family History group of the Wakefield U3A can be found at www.wakefieldu3a.org.uk.
GENUKI maintain a wealth of Information pertaining to Yorkshire, well worth a
Ridings Society was founded in 1974, to protect the Yorkshire identity
threatened by local government changes made then and since. The Society promotes the historical
traditions of the Yorkshire area.
If you would like to have a phrase 'Translated' into dialect, pop over &
check out WhooHoo. It
handles other dialects besides Yorkshire, so you can try Brummie or Scouse.
is Whitby's premier internet resource. With information on subjects ranging from Hotel Accommodation to the online sale of local handicrafts.
Lakeland Books sell books and CDs online. Literature associated with The Lake District and Yorkshire Dales, focusing on authors such as Beatrix Potter and Wainwright. Additionally there are also collections of Children’s, and Children’s educational literature, Natural History, Art, Craft & Design.
Eskvalley.com is an information site aimed at supporting the local community whilst opening a gateway to the Esk Valley.
Providing Tourist Information and taking visitors on a journey through the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors to Whitby, exploring the hamlets and villages as they go.
If you fancy a Luxury Chauffeured Tour around Herriot Country, Yorkshire or
beyond try a visit to The
White Rose link to a a Yorkshire Dialect web site maintained by Barry Rawling,
at The Department of Language Studies and Linguistics, The College of York St
John. This site has been designed to provide a comprehensive source of
information regarding Yorkshire dialect for both students of dialect and those
with a casual interest in the subject.
The Dalesman needs
Adele C. Geraghty and Dr. Phil C. Sidebottom run a site 'Between
these shores' which amongst other things documents details of old Sheffield,
and contains a verse about the Sheffield City Battalion by Adele 'One
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