Find your way around with OS Maps on foot, cycling, riding….
For a while now I’ve felt I should be talking about OS Maps for digital devices. I’m sure quite a few of you will have already experienced this invaluable tool…
LADY HILL IN WENSLEYDALE IN THE GLORIOUS YORKSHIRE DALES
Lady Hill in Wensleydale is a prominent landmark as you travel from Aysgarth to Hawes on the A684. Originally a rabbit warren called Woodhall Warren, it was established in the…
A Day of Waterfalls in wonderful Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales
I wondered if it might be a nice idea to have a day visiting the waterfalls found in Wensleydale, you may already have bet me to it and done them, please excuse if so. There will be too many in total to visit in just one day, lots of little ones dotted on the map, tried to ‘Google’ how many but no information, so perhaps some of the main ones for starters.
Bainbridge in Wensleydale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales
Bainbridge in Wensleydale, just four miles east of Hawes, goes back to Roman times, and probably beyond, with traces of these times still visible with a roman fort, the outline of which can be seen even though the stones
The Three Inch Fools playing Shakespeare in Constable Burton Hall Gardens
Nearly forgot our excellent evening watching The Three Inch Fools playing Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in the wonderful setting of Constable Burton Hall gardens. The perfect evening, we took a picnic, managed to sit at
Askrigg, Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales
Askrigg is known to many still by its association with the very popular television programme All Creatures and Small. A village of many parts you could say, historic St Oswald’s seemingly placed in the centre for all