10 things you must do in Yorkshire between Christmas and the New Year

Looking for something to do in Yorkshire between Christmas and the New Year?

Monday, 24th December 2018, 8:38 am
Updated Tuesday, 8th January 2019, 4:04 pm
What better way to shake off the festive excess than a run? Local parks will be staging Park Runs - get your trainers on and join one.

There's plenty to do in the 'Twixmas' period - here's a few suggestions of getting away from the telly during the festive season.

Many will be heading to the shops from Boxing Day - Meadowhall, Crystal Peaks, Fox Valley and Doncaster's Frenchgate Centre will all be open for business
All the region's sides are in action over Christmas and the New Year - with fixtures on Boxing Day, December 29 and New Year's Day.

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Why not enjoy a run to the coast - Scarborough (pictured), Filey, Bridlington, Whitby and Cleethorpes are all just a short drive away.
Whether its your local park, woods or the splendour of the Peak District, wrap up warm and hit the countryside.
Why not curl up in front of the fire with the books you've received for Christmas?
Doncaster, Wetherby and Catterick will all be staging race meetings - go along and cheer on your favourites and maybe win a few quid too.
Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Barnsley are all offering shows of seasonal silliness - oh yes they are! Have yourself a giggle at the theatre.
There's plenty of blockbuster movies to pick from - stock up on the popcorn and hit the silver screen.
Shed some of the festive excess by joining a Park Run - there's plenty to choose from across South Yorkshire and beyond.
Well, it is Christmas after all! Have a pint and a catch up with your friends and support your local.