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Daytrip from York - Bubwith & Holme-Upon-Spalding Moor

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I've received terrifically helpful responses to my questions about planning a trip to York and Yorkshire. With the expert assistance of morgana, bilboburgler and many others, we almost have an itinerary for review! In the meantime...

During the time we're in York, we're considering making a trip to Bubwith & Holme-Upon-Spalding Moor. It's pretty clear that neither is a tourist destination, but they were the homes of ancestors in the 1600s and we'd like to visit.

Could anyone tell me if there is anything special to be seen at either place? If not, is there anyplace en route to them (from York) that we should stop?

Also, are we making a terrible mistake??

Thank you!

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