Oh Grassington, what a busy yet tranquil pleasure you are, packing a punch for your size and jammed to the brim with quaintness. From a pint of black sheep in the local to cobbled streets, quirky small vendors and artists to tandem cyclists having a pit stop on a tour of the Dales - not to mention the holidaying dogs shaking the river off their backs.
We thought we'd share a few pictures and tidbits with you about one of our favourite Yorkshire villages this week with a view to inspiring you to visit if you haven't already.
Coming soon in Grassington... take in the sights during the 1940s weekend that's set to take place on the weekend of 18th - 20th September. With big bands to swing bands, tea dances to war games, trade stands to re-enactment there ain't half a lot going on. For more information visit www.grassington1940sweekend.co.uk.
And one of our favourite favourites..... The Dickensian Festival! Grassington time hops on Saturday's this December, bringing locals and visitors a sensory experience that won't fail to get you in the mood for the festive season. Find out more on Grassington's tourism website.