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Summer Foraging Courses

19th Aug 2017 until 20th Aug 2017 12:00-15:30

The Fountaine Inn, Linton in Craven, North Yorkshire, BD23 5HJ BD23 5HJ
This course is a simple foraging walk where we expect to be able to identify a selection of edible wild plants, mushrooms flowers and fruits. We’ll also be providing a wild food based meal at the end, depending on what we find.

The course starts with a 20 minute introduction then we will set off for a slow walk around the area taking in some woods, hedgerows and fields identifying what we find. We’ll stop along the way for some tasty wild food treats and refreshments.

After a 2 to 3 hour walk the area and surrounding woods we will go back to the Fountaine Inn to discuss and hopefully taste our finds.

We will email all of you details of all the plants we find to help you remember what you have learnt.

Under 12 year olds can come for free, within reason; but please let us know how many will be coming in advance.

Drinks at the pub are not included.

There are limited spaces available so please book your place on our website.

Standard ticket £35
Junior ticket (Under 16s) £17.50

For more information and to book your tickets please go to our website.
01584 711 646

Coffee Morning

19th Aug 2017 10.00-12.00

Reeth Evangelical Congregational Church, The Green, Reeth DL11 6TE
An informal drop-in for coffee and cake in the schoolroom at the back of the chapel. Disabled access & facilities available.
Tracy Little

Stories Under the Stars

26th Aug 2017 19:00-21:00

Lower Winskill, Langcliffe, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9PZ BD24 9PZ
Experience stories round the campfire at one of the Yorkshire Dales most stunning locations, Lower Winskill Farm.

International storyteller Cassandra Wye will entertain and inspire you with an eclectic new set of myths and folktales 'Stories Under the Stars.'

Long ago - our ancestors stood and gazed up at the stars and wondered why? The patterns of stars helped them to create stories to explain who we are.

Stories Under the Stars - from the marshlands of England, across the prairies of America, to the sky above us all, this performance shares the stories of those who have followed the stars - from sky-maidens looking for love to runaway slaves searching for freedom - the stories celebrate those who follow a dream to dare their future. These tales, both wickedly funny and heartbreakingly poignant, will not fail to amuse and to move you.

The performance has toured venues across USA and Canada, to great acclaim.This event, will be the premiere performance in the UK and will take place in the barn at Lower Winskill Farm near Langcliffe, Settle. This is one of the most stunning locations in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.

There is wheel chair access for this event and this event is for adults only. For this event you have to pay £12,00 per person.

Please be aware that if you put BD24 9PZ into your sat nav it will send you to Higher

Medieval Music in the Dales

7th Sep 2017 until 9th Sep 2017 10.00-17.00

Bolton Castle DL8 4ET
England's festival of medieval music - concerts, workshops, open stages, instrument makers, medieval tavern, medieval market... a castle full of great sounds and sights. Advance booking for workshops and concerts, otherwise just turn up.
Gill Page

Grand Medieval Feast

7th Sep 2017 19.30-22.30

Bolton Castle DL8 4ET
Enjoy the wonderful tastes, sights and sounds of a medieval banquet, in the candlelit splendour of Bolton Castle's Great Chamber. A three-course meal, welcome drink and a full programme of entertainment awaits. The feast is the opening event of Medieval Music in the Dales, England's festival of medieval music, so great music is guaranteed. Advance booking only, £48.00.
Gill Page
Camping on site possible if you book to attend the festival over the weekend.

Medieval Cabaret & Bal

10th Sep 2017 19.30-22.30

Bolton Castle DL8 4ET
The closing event of Medieval Music in the Dales, England's festival of medieval music - open to all. A cabaret of medieval music and storytelling, followed by dancing to medieval and traditional dance music. Music for the Bal from Steve Tyler & Katy Marchant. Advance booking only, £10
Gill Page
Camping on site possible if booked to attend the festival over the weekend.

Lucy Ward in concert

22nd Sep 2017 20.00 - 22.30

Reeth Memorial Hall, Arkengarthdale Road, Reeth DL11 6QT
Lucy Ward is an award winning singer-songwriter from Derby. She plays guitar, ukulele and concertina but considers her voice to be her first instrument and is a triple-finalist in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. After winning the Horizon Award for best newcomer at the 2012 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Lucy’s career has gone from strength to strength establishing her as one of the hottest performers on the UK Folk scene, pulling a full capacity audience for her Cambridge Folk Festival debut.

Tickets are £12 in advance (£14 on the door)
01748 884759
John Little

Upper Dales Family History Group talk

27th Sep 2017 14.00-15.30

The Village Hall, Harmby, nr Leyburn, DL8 5PG
David Scrimgeour - Early Asylum Life.

Social historian David Scrimgeour looks at the lives of some of those who passed through the doors of - the West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum in Wakefield during the first 50 years of its existence, telling their stories in their own words.

Visitors £2.