A lunchtime stroll round a quintessentially Yorkshire village - peaceful, pretty and just a little eccentric - this is Nun Monkton, at the end of a road to nowhere.
The village generously shares its green with motley herd of cows...
...and the ducks are happy to share their pond.
There is a hidden treasure in the church of Saint Mary, built around the remains of an Anglo Norman Priory - a superb stained glass window by Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris.
A grassy path leads down to the river...
Some things are definitely worth celebrating.