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Whether it’s a ‘bah, humbug’ or a tasty chocolate advent calendar, you can’t avoid getting into the festive spirit. 
 
Of course, it’s the time for Christmas parties and events (be sure to book your taxi with us so you get come safely). 
 
And Ryedale is really pushing the boat out – or should that be Santa’s sleigh – with a whole host of activities across the region. 
 
So with the 1st December so comes one of the first Christmas Light switch ons, this time in picturesque Thornton le Dale. The lights look lovely above the shallow river that flows through the village. 
 
This year’s Remembrance Day fell on Sunday, which is quite rare. It was a day the world remembered: 11th November. 
 
Not only that but it was exactly 100 years since the Armistice of 1918 was signed. 
 
Following the bloodshed of World War One, which had entered its fifth year of conflict, the signing of the Armistice signalled much needed peace in Europe at 11am prompt – the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. 
 
Following the cessation of hostilities, German troops fell back behind the Rhine. 
 
So how did Armistice Day become Remembrance Sunday? 
 
Not far from Malton’s bustling town centre you’ll find Eden Camp, one of the world’s leading modern history theme museums. 
 
While events take place throughout the year, this award-winning attraction is well worth a visit at any time if you’re a history buff. 
 
The site, based just off the A169 Malton to Pickering road, has a landmark Spitfire in its grounds, so you know when you’ve arrived! 
 
So what’s so special about Eden Camp? 
 
The site, which occupies a large area and includes numerous themed huts and exhibits, was once a prisoner of war camp for Italian solders in the early 1940s. 
 
Ryedale Book Festival invites you to come along to their autumn outing as part of their year long events itinerary. 
 
The Festival holds an amazing array of literary events throughout the Ryedale district, and during October will host a series of fabulous autumnal events. 
 
These include: 
 
Friday 5th October 2018 - Alexander McCall Smith who penned the No.1 Detective Agency books, will appear at Helmsley Arts Centre at 7pm to 9pm. This season sees the publication of the 19th title in this famous series, called ‘The Colours of all the Cattle’. Please note: this event has now sold out. 
 
It’s fun, it’s busy and it’s glorious – that’s Ryedale Show! 
 
This one day extravaganza take place on Tuesday 31st July 2018 and will be the 152nd ‘outing’ for this respected agricultural event. 
 
The trade stands, show rings and livestock take over a large field at Welburn Park, Kirkbymoorside, deep in the heart of Ryedale. 
 
The show held its first event in 1855 and has become renowned for its excellent standard of entries in all sections and for the great variety in trade stands which increase year on year. 
 
With the arrival of (a very late) spring, it’s time to think about the racing season at York. There’s no better location for putting on the gladrags and cracking open a bottle of chilled bubbly! 
 
The racing season at the Knavesmire begins with the Dante Festival from Wednesday 16th May. This popular event in includes the Betfred Dante on Thursday 17th May and concludes with the Yorkshire Cup on Friday 18th May. 
 
As this is the first race event ‘outing’ at York, there’ll be a buzz in the air and fresh grass for the horses to stretch out their legs and cover the furlongs. 
 
However, the Dante Festival is the first of many ‘meets’ of the social season.  
There are dates throughout the summer ... 
 
It’s that time of year again – the Tour de Yorkshire is set to return to parts of Ryedale. 
 
This year’s cycle race will be held over four days, commencing Thursday 3rd May and concluding on Sunday 6th May 2018. 
 
Stage Three which takes place on Saturday 5th May, is the one that will visit parts of Ryedale. The route follows a gruelling 181 km starting in Richmond and finishing in Scarborough. 
 
Following sprints in the Yorkshire Dales and trips through the market towns of Northallerton and Thirsk, the cyclists will head into the North York Moors National Park including the steep and curvaceous Cote de Sutton Bank, which as we know is bad enough if tackling it as a driver of a vehicle! 
 
Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre – the largest open-air venue of its kind in Europe – is revealing it’s incredible Summer 2018 line-up. 
 
And this fantastic venue is about 40-minute drive from the Malton or Pickering area – Station Taxis can take you door to door. 
 
Reopened by HM The Queen in 2010, the theatre, which is close to Scarborough's beautiful North Bay, has gradually expanded its programme and this year promises to be the best yet! 
 
Be sure to get your tickets and then book your taxi with us for the best night out in the Yorkshire. 
 
Keep reading for the line-up so far! 
 
It was a hectic year in 2017, and it looks to be another busy year ahead in the Ryedale district. 
 
Here are some key dates to put in the diary ... and don't forget to book your taxi with us! 
 
 
 
 
Castle Howard's Last Night of the Proms usually takes place in August - date yet to be announced - once the date's announced, book your taxi well in advance to avoid disappointment. 
 
 
 
As the kids go back to school, we know it's going to get busier on the roads. 
That means at peak times, buses and trains will be packed. 
 
So let Station Taxi take the strain of those journeys that require four wheels! 
 
Keep reading to find out about our fleet of taxis that serve Ryedale and beyond ... 
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