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Le Grand Depart and Yorkshire Festival

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It doesn't seem like 18 months since we heard that le Tour de France was coming to Yorkshire and yet it is even is only 4 months away now. Like all good event "Le Tour" (think strong Yorkshire accent) is linking up with 3 months of events across the greater county and I thought I should just brief you with a few links.

The festival's main website is http://festival.yorkshire.com/ and that describes the 47 projects from 27 March to 6 July
The main tourist site is www.yorkshire.com
The main site for Le Tour is www.letouryorkshire.com

As you can imagine there are lots of bicycle based artistic events (including a night show of bicycles with LED lights in Leeds) and also, brass bands, sheep, steel, Indian dance, Opera, singing and sculpture. No whippets were hurt in developing these programmes.

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