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Humble Bee Farm is featured in February 2017's Lonely Planet magazine, available in all good newsagents.
Our site features as part of their 52 Best Weekends Away feature, and they say: "a chance to embrace the rhythms of country life on a working Yorkshire Farm."
Thank you to Lonely Planet for featuring us in their beautiful publication.
Humble Bee Farm was awarded with the 'Highly Commended' accolade at 2016's White Rose Awards, organsied by Welcome to Yorkshire.
The site, which includes Wigwams, Yurts, Bell Tents, camping pitches and cottages, was entered in the Caravan and Holiday Park Category.
Julia Warter, site owner and manager, said: "It's a testament to the hard work of Team Humble Bee and the dedication that goes into our business. And of course we wouldn't be anywhere without our guests!"
Humble Bee Farm has been awarded the prestigious White Rose Award for Yorkshire's best Caravan Holiday Park/Holiday Village 2015!
The win was announced at a glittering ceremony in Leeds on 9th November.
The White Rose Awards are organised by Welcome to Yorkshire, and Humble Bee's category was sponsored by Yorkshire Water.
Humble Bee Farm was also awarded the 2015 Farm Diversification Awards at Driffield Show earlier this year, sponsored by George F White.
Read a fabulous write-up about Katie's stay at Humble Bee Farm, by clicking here.
Also see the wonderful video Katie made of her trip to Scarborough and to Humble Bee Farm by clicking here!
Another good headline for Humble Bee Farm!
A boy with a big heart has raised money for a girl with a big smile.
Callum Johnson, aged 12, whose mum works at Humble Bee Farm near Flixton raised funds for Angel Sutton, aged 6, whose had her left foot amputated and is due to have her right one amputated soon, due to a rare genetic condition.
The NHS will fund a basic prosthetic limbs, says Angel's mum Tina, who embarked on a fundraising campaign to buy better prostheses.
Yorkshire Coast Radio weighed in and helped Tina raise almost £30,000. The fundraising continues as Angel needs waterproof activity limbs to enable her to seim, paddle and stand up in the shower.
Callum responded to Angel's plight by making and selling hundreds of loom band bracelets to Humble Bee Farm visitors, thanks to owners John and Julia Warters. To date, Callum has raised £220.
Read the full story in Issue 15 of Scarborough Review newspaper.