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Guided walks at Great Ayton, Yorkshire on 18 May for re-opening of Cook memorial garden

 

Informative and interesting walks taking you around important historical areas of Great Ayton relating to Captain Cook.

You can travel there from Marton, the birthplace of James Cook and the village where he grew up, by using a classic 1950s double decker bus.
Cars can be left at home or in the car park at Stewart Park, in which lies the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum.
Passengers will be accompanied by Captain Cook who has come back to tell them about his childhood.

 

A series of walking tours of Great Ayton will be open to the public on Saturday 18th May celebrating the reopening of the Cook Family Memorial Garden following an intensive refurbishment project.

There are two walks in the morning and in the afternoon.

The guided walk around Low Green starts at the Cook Family Memorial Garden on Easby Lane.
This walk will include Ayton Hall, All Saints' 12th century church and churchyard, where Captain Cook's mother and siblings are buried, and The Buck Inn.

The guided walk to Aireholme Farm, where James Cook grew up, starts at the Great Ayton Discovery Centre

Times:
11:00 Guided walking tour around the Low Green area   
11:30 Guided walk to Aireyholme Farm    
14:00 Guided walking tour around the Low Green area    
14:30 Guided walk to Aireyholme Farm     

For further information visit
https://www.visitgreatayton.com/news-events/events/2019/05/18/morning-guided-walking-tour-around-the-low-green

 

 

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