February is packed full of events, enjoy the first signs of spring in snowdrop flled woodlands, share love on Valentine's Day and half term is packed full of family fun. Not forgetting Shrove Tuesday when we get to make the flat Yorkshire puddings!
York's annual celebration of it's viking heritage. The Jorvik viking festivl is an action-packed week long programme of events with something for all ages.
Wrap up and head out to see the first beautiful signs of spring on a snowdrop walk. Carpets of snowdrops on woodland floors are a spectacular sight.
The Dark Skies Festival is returning to the North York Moors National Park and Yorkshire Dales National Park for a third year.
Wrap up, head up and create some family memories in half term. Discover Warrior Women, mud and machines and enjoy Yorkshire.
23rd to 25th February
Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb has received protected name status aand is the focus of the festival. Rhubarb becomes stalk of the town every February as the city comes alive with a vibrant celebration of the pink vegetable. The Wakefield Festival of Food, Drink & Rhubarb returns from 23 – 25 February 2018 where the city centre streets will be bursting with colourful market stalls selling speciality food and drink with an abundance of tasty samples to try.