Do you know anyone who loves York? Want to give them a gift that keeps on giving?
Well we have just the answer. Our book.
111 Places In York That You Shouldn’t Miss is the guidebook to the lesser known venues and stories of the city.
Written by YorkMix editor Chris Titley with photographs by creative director Richard McDougall, the book was commissioned by international publishers Emons as part of its global series of guide books.
111 Places is all about the less obvious bits of York. From the city’s hidden chapel to the deli that sells salted insects, from the secret garden in the city centre to the world’s smallest Lego store, these are the lesser known gems of the world’s best city.
Each of the 111 recommendations comes with a guide to finding them, and top tips. And there are maps at the back with all the locations marked.
It is on sale at Waterstones in York as well as via Amazon here, price £11.99.
Ten to give away
As Stephen Fry said, “It’s a work of unadulterated genius”. Or he would have done if he read it. Probably.
And we have 10 copies to give away.
Just answer the question below, and press submit. The top ten entries with the right answer picked at random will each receive a copy of the book. Deadline is December 24, 2016.