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What's Hot This March
Posted on February 22, 2017 at 7:10AM by Dayna Cantelmi
Come out and enjoy the lovely spring weather this month! Read on for a roundup of things to do below and check out our calendar of events for everything else going on all month ...
Your Guide to All Things Green: St. Pat's in Five Points
Posted on February 10, 2017 at 12:25PM by Dayna Cantelmi
Blarney! On March 18th, Columbia, SC will become a sea of green for the 35th Annual St. Pat's in Five Points celebration. And you're in luck, because we have everything you need to know ...
Top 10 Tips for Total Solar Eclipse Weekend in Columbia, SC
Posted on January 31, 2017 at 11:56AM by Dayna Cantelmi
Be in the know and travel on the path to totality in the "Total Eclipse Capital of the East Coast," Columbia, SC. The entire region is hosting eclipse-related events throughout the long weekend ...
What's Hot This February
Posted on January 24, 2017 at 11:51AM by Dayna Cantelmi
Short on days, but long on fun, February is jam-packed. Keep reading for our roundup of things to do below, then take a look at our calendar of events for all that's happening ...
Smell the Roses in Columbia, SC This Valentine's Day
Posted on January 19, 2017 at 12:27PM by Dayna Cantelmi
Columbia has been struck with Cupid's arrow and we have everything you need to know to plan the perfect Valentine's Day.   Posted by Conquest Brewing Co., Inc. on Friday, ...
What's Hot This January
Posted on December 30, 2016 at 8:59AM by Dayna Cantelmi
Happy New Year! Hit the ground running in 2017 with concerts, exhibits, events and more happening all over town this month. Read on for our roundup of things to do below, then check out ...

Yorkshire Neighborhood Association

What is now known as Yorkshire was once a wooded area located between the city limits of Columbia and rural Richland Country. 

During the 1940's, the land on which Yorkshire was developed adjoined the Richland County Chain Gang Camp on the left.  The property to the right of Yorkshire -which belonged to private individuals-also housed a popular nightclub off Leesburg Road known as The Beachcomber in the 1950's.

The Yorkshire subdivision was developed in the early 1960's by Mr. J.T. McAlister and Mr. Joe Turbeville on part of the original Wade Hampton Estate. Several of the houses were shown in the Parade of Homes in 1963 and led the way for the first families to start moving into this new sub-division.  In 1964 there were only five or six families residing in Yorkshire and one of these families is still residing there.  In the past 40 years the community has grown and the neighborhood is justly proud.

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