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Wren Box

Wren Box

Our wren boxes are handcrafted and handpainted in a range of cuprinol colours.

They provide the perfect spot for wrens to roost and raise their young.

Made from tanalised timber, our boxes are all weatherproof and can be attached to a fence or a tree using the metal bracket on the back.


Camplify is the fastest growing peer-to-peer caravan hire and motorhome rental community in the UK. We connect local owners of static caravans, touring caravans, campervans, motorhomes and trailer tents with holidaymakers seeking to experience the joys of camping in Yorkshire.

Yorkshire in a large picturesque region in the north of England endearingly known as ‘God’s own county’. The 1,400 miles of natural beauty in North York Moors, impressive scenery of the Yorkshire Dales, cosmopolitan vibe of Leeds, and romantic cobblestone streets of York are exciting destinations for holidaymakers of all kinds from near and far. The country features some of England’s most stunning scenery, as well as history that dates back to the Roman times. There’s no better way to experience all that Yorkshire has to offer than to hire a caravan and go touring through the green dales or station yourself in a static caravan in Scarborough.

Yorkshire Dales, Malhamdale: Newfield Hall

Newfield Hall is a grand 19th century country house set in extensive grounds with magnificent views of the Yorkshire Dales.

Built by William Nicholas Alcock in 1856, the house retains many of its grand features including an impressive entrance hall and sweeping staircase.

One of our largest Country Houses, Newfield Hall has 48 bedrooms, in both the main building and the tastefully converted coach house. There are two lounges, a bar, dining room and heated swimming pool. Like all our Country Houses, Newfield Hall is tailored for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts with boot room, drying room and a Discovery Point.

With superb walks right on the doorstep, and the iconic Malham Cove just a few miles away; it is a justifiably popular base for our holidays.

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Julia Bradbury’s Railway Walks Book

THE six walks featured in the book follow the old tracks, overgrown cuttings and ancient viaducts which are the legacy of ‘The Beeching Axe’.

Following the enormously popular ‘Wainwright Walks’, Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury looks at how the rise and fall of the railways has altered the lives of communities across the country.

Today, many of the thousands of old branch lines which were closed in the 1960s are now the treasured stomping grounds of ramblers and hikers.