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13/02/20

Just a few ideas of things happening in the glorious Yorkshire dales to delight you in February

It may be the winter months but there’s still things happening in the dales for you to delight in, here just a few ideas to be going with!

 
20/09/19

Celebrating the 138th Anniversary of the Hardraw Scar Brass Band Festival near Hawes

What a wonderful afternoon spent listening to the brass bands at Hardraw Scar in Wensleydale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales an event always held near the beginning of September. It’s quite a few years since we’ve been and none of the magic had disappeared from what I remember.

 
15/07/19

Exhibitions this summer in the glorious Yorkshire Dales and Nidderdale AONB

As always there are various exhibitions to enjoy during your stay in the glorious Yorkshire Dales and I’ve noted just a few to wet your appetite! Ripon Museums have Rogues and Vagabonds until 7 December 2019

 
14/07/19

The Fabulous Richmondshire Concerts start again in September!

For a couple years husband Geoff and I having been enjoying the Richmondshire Concerts as ‘proper’ members and many years before that as guests. The Richmondshire Concerts have been running for over 70 years, featuring professional classical musicians

 
31/05/19

Great things happening in June in the glorious Yorkshire Dales and Nidderdale AONB

June is such a pretty month, the trees are in full leaf but still with their spring green, wild flowers abound and there’s lots going on too with just a few ideas for you to be going on with here.

 
08/05/19

The Tour de Yorkshire comes to the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Wow! What an exciting May Bank holiday weekend! The Tour de Yorkshire came through on Friday and Sunday. We were at the finish line in Bedale on Friday and then on Sunday watched them all going past in Masham.

 
18/04/19

Tour de Yorkshire 2019

Excitement is definitely brewing in the dales for the arrival of the Tour de Yorkshire over the weekend of 2 until 5 May with 38 teams competing. 3 May is Stage 2 for the men and Stage 1 for the women arriving in Harrogate from around 3pm onwards,

 
12/03/19

Tree planting with the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust in Bishopdale

What fun Joanne and I had last Saturday morning in Bishopdale, it was a free event organised by the YDMT and part of this year’s Flowers of the Dales Festival. Essential work in practical conservation and couldn’t be done without all the volunteers who come and spend some time planting native broadleaved trees in our glorious Yorkshire Dales.

 
14/01/19

The Fabulous Swaledale Festival coming up 25 May to 8 June 2019

Again an amazing programme to enjoy for fifteen exciting days in May and early June not only in Swaledale but Wensleydale too, Richmond Georgian Theatre, local churches and other local venues and villages.

 
14/11/18

The Wensleydale Railway Christmas Events for 2018

There seems to be so much happening on the Wensleydale Railway end of November and into December that I thought it was well worth a mention on its own. Follow the link for full information The Wensleydale Railway but

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