see map) has been chosen as the top gyratory in the UK by the prestigious UKRAS (UK Roundabout Appreciation Society). Their 2013 calendar features it on the front cover.
After the good news making the York Press yesterday, the mainstream media has picked up on it, and when I arrived this morning, there was a camera crew doing a feature for Look North tonight.
Well, I say 'crew'. It was one bloke doing camera, sound, interviewing and direction. In TV school they call this versatility. In TV itself they call it economy.
He then videoed me doing the same, so you may briefly glimpse me in the feature tonight.
restored mill, landed Tardis-like amid a housing estate.
But it did look quirkily attractive (right) in today's crisp autumn sunshine.
Much in the same way as I didn't, following my recent grapple with a feisty Bradford curry.
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