York has been twinned with the city of Dijon, France, since 1952 and with Münster, Germany, since 1957. Both partnerships are thriving and offer new perspectives and opportunities to those brave enough to explore, whether in real life or online.
Join us to hear from York residents who are connecting with like-minded people in Münster over a shared interest, be it cycling or singing, books or football. Hear about the York cyclists’ visit to Münster in 2022 and their thought-provoking tour of the city’s cycle infrastructure, and the Münster cyclists’ ride to York in June 2023. Find out what activities are offered by the Dijon group and York for Europe. Hear from Huntington School’s students and staff about their recent exchange visits to both cities.
The session will introduce information on York’s twinning with Dijon and Münster and involve residents as well as representatives of three civic organisations: York Münster Twinning and York Dijon Twinning Associations and York for Europe.
Come along to find out more about York’s partnerships and discover how you, too, can get involved and benefit from these connections.
Image credit: © York Münster Twinning Association
York Münster Twinning Association
York Münster Twinning Association (YMTA) is a voluntary group based in York, led by a small committee. It was set up to develop the appreciation of our twin city and encourage residents, communities and businesses to be involved in this partnership. Dr Ursula Lanvers is Chair of YMTA.
Connect with York Münster Twinning Association online:
York Dijon Twinning Group
York Dijon Twinning Group comprises a voluntary and informal group of people living or working in or near York, who wish to encourage, support and foster York’s twinning events with Dijon. Emeritus Professor Chris Kyriacou is Chair of the Group. The Alliance Française de York is an active player in the York Dijon Twinning Group.
York for Europe
York for Europe is a voluntary and informal group working to sustain York’s links with all European countries.