That's the end of our live coverage for today, thanks for being with us. We'll be back at 07:00 on Friday.
Meanwhile, here are five things we've learned over the course of the past few hours:
- Yorkshire is basking in the glow of its success in winning the bid to host yet another major cycling event - the Road World Championships
- Over 1,000 people have now signed an online petition to re-instate the volunteer bell ringers at York Minster
- A woman from York who was applauded by train passengers after she stood up to an abusive passenger has explained why she did it
- People in North Yorkshire are being urged to take part in a new survey explaining what would make them feel safer
- And let's finish today by finding out whether BBC Radio York's Jeremy Buxton managed to complete York's new "Selfie Trail" - after all, we've been following his progress all day - so did he make it to the final destination?
Of course he did, he's a super sleuth. Here he is on the left at point number nine, York's Flower Market, and at his final stop, York Minster and the statue of Constantine the Great.
Congratulations Agent Buxton, come on home...