Welcome to York–Münster Twinning Association!
For everyone who wants to be part of Anglo-German connections
We work to forge links between the people of our two cities.
Find a twin!
Archeology, bowls, conservation, folk music, … yachting or zumba?
Music or sports club, community or campaigning group?
If your York group would like to link up with Münster, YMTA will help look for a partner you can connect with.
Let us know about any York–Münster activity you take part in, so we can publicise it. Sharing news encourages others to follow.
Planning meetings are held at least 4 times a year, at West Offices of City of York Council, at 7pm.
21 March 2024 (AGM) We will focus on our trip to Muenster in June.
20 June 2024
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.
For £10 p.a you can take part in our activities and help shape the future of a fantastic civic organisation which fosters binational friendship, understanding and collaboration.
To become a member, download this form:
fill in and send to
We will add you to our mailing list. Our treasurer will be in touch to explain how to pay the membership fee.
Partnerschaftsverein Münster–York e.V.
Our partner organisation in Münster
click to find out more
MÜNSTER/YORK TWINNING ASSOCIATION VISITS
For an INVITATION TO MÜNSTER IN JUNE 2024
please see the page 'Trip to Münster 2024'
BLOG: YORK-MÜNSTER BOOKCLUB
Read about the latest book discussions HERE
BLOG: OUR STORIES
Read other news, on our blog page HERE
A regular pub table for German conversation
The 1st Wednesday of each month
The Exhibition pub, near Bootham Bar, postcode YO30 7BW
YMTA members meet to plan activities.
We have plenty of ideas and energy to go forward!
Keep an eye on our social media for updates
or email us to find out more: email@example.com
After the pandemic lockdowns, a welcome face-to-face gathering of some YMTA members took place in October 2021. Cheers, everyone!
Click the button above to hear greetings and a message of support for twinning activities from the Mayor of Münster, Markus Lewe.