Here are some East Yorkshire links:
I would be glad to hear of any more.
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iknow-yorkshire is an accommodation directory which lists hotels, B&Bs, cottages and apartments in the Yorkshire region and Bridlington area.
East Yorkshire Local History Web Site Many interesting local history articles.
The Woldranger The nature of East Yorkshire
Driffield Web Site This has a big list of useful local links.
Paws-A-While A place to enjoy the East Riding countryside that lets people take their pets with them.
Driffield navigation The organisation concerned with the restoration of the Driffield Canal.
"History of Bridlington Priory" by Marmaduke Prickett, written in 1935 - Read or download it from here.
Here are some general links:
The Local History Link is a very useful starting point for all queries relating to local history matters.
Dynamicdrive.com has a huge collection of free scripts that you can use for all sorts of extra gimmicks on your pages.
Newseum.org is a world-wide map of newspapers. Click on a town and its newspaper appears. Amazing!
Watching the ships go by - Click on an area to magnify the map, and then put your mouse over a ship to see what it is and where it is going.
The complete works of Shakespeare are on line here.
Project Gutenberg is a massive project that is converting books into on-line resources for download.
The Internet Public Library is a good place to research a project. It is a kind of on-line reference library.
Websters Dictionary has an online version.
Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia.
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