Pick up times
9.00am Guiseley Station Road
9.15am Yeadon Terminus
9.30am Pudsey Bus Station
9.45am Bramley Shopping Centre
Return time: 17.30
Knaresborough Market & Harrogate 11th August
Knaresborough market offers a range of essential goods such as fruit and vegetables, fresh fish, cheese, fresh eggs, homemade cakes and savoury bakes as well as locally reared meat. You can also buy ladies and gents fashion, bags and scarves, phone accessories and watch repairs, household essentials, pet products, fresh flowers, plants and much more.
Knaresborough is a beautiful, historic, market town with many additional attractions to keep you busy.
After lunch we will travel to the Victorian spa town of Harrogate.
We know you expect a wealth of choice when it comes to places to eat in Harrogate and you will not be disappointed. With influences from all over the globe, suiting a wide range of tastes and served at all times of the day, there is something here for every palette. The cosmopolitan restaurants, bars and cafes of Harrogate offer fresh and original food that takes its’ inspiration from Asia, Italy, America as well as the more alternative cultures of Norway, Poland and Switzerland. However, if you are looking for something more traditional then obviously there is only one place, the Famous Betty’s café & Tea Room. Here you will not only have the most delicious lunch but you will find the shop full to the brim with freshly made cakes, biscuits, fancies and other tempting Bettys specialities, so don’t forget to buy some sweet treats for a gift, souvenir or treat to enjoy when you get home.
Harrogate has always attracted the discerning shopper and this is never truer than at present. When so much of our shopping for essentials takes place online, it is refreshing to re-discover the experience of taking a little time to find something unique and perfect. Take pleasure in browsing independent shops whose collections have been curated to provide something a little bit different. Several of the main shopping streets radiate from the town’s open floral space around the and provide a thriving home to numerous boutiques, jewellers, booksellers, shoe shops, bakeries, chocolatiers and a department store – all whilst overlooking the 200 acre Stray.