Tour de Yorkshire 2018!Please see below for more information on celebratory events
Saturday 5 May – A Day of Activities to celebrate Tour de Yorkshire!
To celebrate the Tour de Yorkshire coming through our parish on Thursday 3 May 2018, a number of activities have been arranged to support the event and raise money for its official charity this year, the Yorkshire Air Ambulance! These activities will take place on Saturday 5 May – please see the flyer below for more information;
Please come along and support the Yorkshire Air Ambulance!
Help Snaith & Cowick win the ‘Best Dressed Town’ Competition!!
Aiming to get as many people engaged and supporting the Tour de Yorkshire, Welcome to Yorkshire are hosting a ‘Best Dressed Town’ competition and we would love to see Snaith & Cowick try and win this title!!
We are sure you’ve all seen the yellow and blue bikes mounted on walls and in gardens during previous races, festooned with bunting and other decorations and we think it would be fantastic if residents and businesses alike got behind this competition to demonstrate our support for the Tour de Yorkshire coming through our parish.
We are therefore inviting all residents to decorate their house/garden/property by THURSDAY 3 MAY 2018 and the Town Council will award individual prizes to the ‘Best Dressed’ property and business. The competition will be independently judged on SATURDAY 5 MAY and the winners will be announced on our Facebook page and website. Good Luck!!
Win a Signed Christ Froome Race T-shirt!!
Yorkshire Ales have managed to secure a Sky Team shirt signed by the legendary cyclist CHRIS FROOME!!! You could be the lucky winner of this fabulous prize.
Raffle tickets are £5 each and are available from Yorkshire Ales.
All proceeds go to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, who are the official charity of the Tour de Yorkshire.
The winning ticket will be drawn on Saturday 5 May 2018!
Please click the link below for a sneak preview!
Race Timings now released by Tour de Yorkshire
The race timings have now been made available for both the men’s and women’s races of the Tour de Yorkshire;
The women’s race departs Beverley at 08.:40 and is expected to ride through Rawcliife and on to Gyme Corner between 11:00 and 11:15, dependant on the speed of the riders.
The men’s race departs Beverley at 13:50 and is expected to ride through Rawcliffe and onto Gyme Corner between 17:06 and 17:25, dependant on the speed of the riders.
Eat, Drink, Sleep!!
If you are interested in some refreshment after you’ve watched the Tour de Yorkshire whizz through our parish, then there is an abundance of shops, pubs and restaurants to choose from!
Whether you are looking to stay overnight, or simply grab some food and drink from one of our many establishments, Snaith and Cowick has plenty to offer. Please find below a list of all pubs, eateries and accommodation in the town, together with contact details and links to their websites.
The Tour de Yorkshire is coming to Snaith and Cowick!
On Thursday 3 May 2018, Stage 1 of the Tour de Yorkshire will pass through our parish as it races from Beverley through to its stage-end in Doncaster – a distance of 182km!
As residents of Snaith and Cowick, we are sure you will all want to join in to help celebrate this momentous occasion. The Town Council are working with local businesses (Yorkshire Ales) and all the nearby schools to decide on how best to mark the event. Early discussions have already taken place, so please watch this space for information as it develops.
If you would like to get involved, or have any suggestions on how we can add to the celebrations please get in touch either by calling the Town Council on 01405 862663 or Vicky Petitt at Yorkshire Ales on 01405 860603.
Old Bikes Wanted!
The Town Council are seeking donations of old/unwanted bikes which can be used to decorate the route inside our parish.
If you have one you would like to donate, please contact the Town Council on 01405 862663 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Thank you!