Members Websites

Croft Head Farm Cottages Offers two self catering cottages located in the small and pretty village of Wrelton,
nr Pickering, North Yorkshire.
Eastgate Cottages Are located in and around Pickering and the North Yorkshire Moors. These quality holiday cottages offer self catering accommodation in fantastic locations, offering a range from one to three bedroom, special needs unit and many have features such as log burning stove and period features. Your retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire”
Sunset Cottages This is a small complex of  six self-catering holiday cottages converted from the traditional stone barns and granary of our working farm in the Howardian Hills. 17 miles North of the historic City of York.
Martin Williams Photography
Amateur photographer based in North Yorkshire.
RJB Photographic Landscape Photographers, loving the outdoors and wild remote places.
Established in 2006, RJB Photographic is a husband and wife team comprising of Richard and Janet Burdon.
We’re based in Pickering in the heart of Ryedale on the edge of the glorious North York Moors National Park. We’re drawn to wild and remote places like the moors and the rugged Yorkshire coastline, though often venture to even more remote places like the Western Isles of Scotland and the arctic regions of Norway and Greenland. 
Matt Hillier Photography Based in Helmsley, I work as a property photographer in York, but photograph the landscapes and seascapes of the North York Moors and coast in my spare time. I love traditional, familiar scenes, although the challenge of finding a new location, view or composition is great fun! You can find me at Hovingham Market on the first Saturday of each month. Look me up on Facebook and Instagram too!

Other Websites of Interest


  The Yorkshire Photographic Union (YPU) 
  Kirkbymoorside Camera Club is affiliated to the Yorkshire Photographic Union. And The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain

Celebrating the diversity of the natural history in the UK
 A brand new international photography competition, the prestigious British Wildlife Photography Awards
celebrates and recognise the talents of photographers of all nationalities practicing in the UK while,
at the same time, highlighting the great wealth and diversity of the natural history of the British Isles.
 At a time when we’re increasingly conscious of the importance of wildlife, habitat and conservation,
the Awards encourages photographers, whether professional or enthusiast, to explore Britain’s natural and
urban  environments, and discover its bounty of wildlife species, from birds to mammals, insects to marine life.

  Our friends at Scarborough now have their own super website!
  The Photographer’s Ephemeris is a program to assist the planning of landscape photography.
 Landscape photographers typically wish to plan their shoots around the times of sunrise/sunset or twilight, or alternatively when the moon is in a particular place in a particular phase.
 While times of sunrise etc. are readily available on various sites on the internet (direction of sunrise etc. less so, but still readily found), there are fewer programs available which combine such information with a topographical map allowing the photographer to match the astronomical to the location. A typical use might be to determine when the sun will set along the axis of a mountain valley, or when a full moon rise will rise across a lake.
 Program by Stephen Trainor. User interface design by Alison Craig and Stephen Trainor. is intended to promote and encourage the commercial and social activities of The North Yorkshire, Ryedale District.
  Kirkbymoorside is a small market town and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire, England. It lies 25 miles north of York midway between Pickering and Helmsley and has a population of approximately 3,000. This is a window into the life of Kirkbymoorside and its people. With more information added all the time visit the Town Blog regularly.
  Kirkbymoorside, gateway to the Moors
What’s on guide to Yorkshire and the Humber
  My Yorkshire
Celebrating all that’s best in God’s own County