Calendar have obtained results from a Freedom of Information request asking how much councils in our region gave to W2Y between 2014 and 2018
There's a vast variation between councils. East Riding Council donated £596,597 whereas Richmondshire Council gave just £92,000 over five years.
The detailed accounts also vary dramatically from year to year, with large amounts in the year of the Tour de France.
Harrogate and York have not included an annual subscription fee to Welcome to Yorkshire.
While others showed they paid between £10,000 (Ryedale) and £50,000 (Sheffield).
Here is a list of all the results. (Calderdale and Bradford did not respond)
East Riding Council - £596,597
Richmondshire District Council - £92,000
North Yorkshire County Council - £438,990
Wakefield District Council - £113,762
Kirklees Council - £71,352
Barnsley Met Borough Council - £193,620 (Includes £100,000 in 2018 for Tour de Yorkshire host start)
Leeds City Council - £257,131 (Plus £557,367 for Tour de France in 2014)
Sheffield City Council - £250,000 (With an annual subscription of only £50,000)
Rotherham Met Borough Council - £15,000 (in 2014 only)
Craven District Council - £61,150
Ryedale District Council - £50,000
York City Council - £66,390
Harrogate - £32,360