The event is enveloped by a festival atmosphere as crowds cheer on the teams.
The annual Festival of Entertainment and Visual Arts, or FEVA is a highlight of the summer and includes some sensational events from plays and comedy to an urban beach and a range of street entertainment.
The Knaresborough Windows are a collection of public artworks around the town on blocked up windows around the town's older buildings.
The Town Windows Trail guide makes a fun and alternative guide to the town, and can be printed from this website, or picked up from the Tourist Information Centre.
Step-free access is via separate entrances to each platform. A system and passenger information screens are in place to provide train running details.
On 5 March 2015, the Harrogate Line, amongst others in the area including the Leeds-Bradford Interchange-Halifax Line, the Selby-Hull Line and the Northallerton-Middlesbrough Line were named top priority for electrification; with an estimated cost for the Harrogate Line of £93 million with a projected cost benefit ratio of 1/1.80. Money has been set aside for the doubling of the single line sections between Knaresborough and York.
The Nidd Gorge is a beautiful wooded landscape just upstream of the town, rich in wildlife and following the winding course of the river Nidd.