Youngsters on the children’s ward at Doncaster Royal Infirmary had a smile put on their faces by local bikers and war-hero Ben Parkinson.
Pictures of your Christmas celebrations
Business affected by floods in the Calder Valley have put on a Christmas market to celebrate the clean-up after this summer's downpours.
On Calendar last night we met a special group of children - all of them battling illness - as they flew to Lapland to prepare for an audience with Father Christmas. And finally their dream has come true, as our reporter Sally Simpson found out.
Thousands of people are expected to travel out of the region today for a Christmas getaway.
Festive chaos is predicted on the region's roads, rail and air routes.
The AA say today is the busiest day of the year on the roads and CrossCountry train services through Leeds, Sheffield and York are expected to be disrupted due to strike action by the RMT union.
Love them or hate them - they're an essential part of Christmas dinner. Sprouts will be in demand this weekend as shoppers stock up ahead of Christmas Day. And that means the busiest time of the year for sprout farmers as they rush to supply the vegetable for millions of Christmas dinners.
The HT Rockers - all the pupils at Holy Trinity School in Ossett - have just released their Christmas CD. Their Yuletide wish is to make it to number one and raise thousands of pounds for children's charities. Here's the song in full..
Stamford's Christmas Festival is taking place today. It is the fourth year that the event has run and 20,000 visitors are expected to attend. 200 traders and exhibitors will be showing off their wares. This year the Festival will have a 1950s theme to mark the Jubilee year.
You can find out more information here.
Treak Cliff Cavern in Castleton is hosting a series of carol concerts with a difference. The Carols by Candlelight concerts will take place underground in the "Witches Cave" where the largest deposit of the highly prized Blue John stone in the world is found.
You can find out more about the concerts here.
As the festive season gets underway, more than three hundred and fifty charity fundraisers braved the cold this morning and dressed as Santa for a special fun run in aid of Martin House Hospice.
The challenge was to run five times around the enchanted forest at Stockeld Christmas Adventure. The event, in it's third year, aims to raise funds towards the five million pounds needed annually to keep the hospice running.
Organisers say they also hope to increase awareness of the facility amongst the residents of Wetherby.
Yorkshire cricket captain Andrew Gale will be joining in the fun at a magical Winter Wonderland weekend being hosted by a Donkey Assisted Therapy Centre in North Leeds.
The Leeds centre of The Donkey Sanctuary in Eccup, is inviting people to come along to its Winter Wonderland weekend until 2pm this afternoon. Sporting celebrity Andrew Gale, who has adopted the centre's therapy donkey Billy O, will be at the centre today to meet visitors.
Children will be able to enjoy sleigh and donkey rides and meet Santa in a superb grotto.