Programme at a glance 2016

W1: Classic Calver Circuit

24 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.00am. Start at Reeth village green at 9.30am. 10 miles. Moderate. £7.

Calver, the mountain of the middle dale, divides Arkengarthdale and Swaledale. Starting from Reeth we initially follow an ancient lane and then the south flank of the hill to Cringley Bottom and Fore Gill Gate. We walk down the lovely Fore Gill valley, crossing Arkengarthdale before climbing up to Fremington Edge. Following the path along the very crest of the escarpment we enjoy splendid views back to Calver Hill and down Swaledale before descending back to Reeth.

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W2: Visit to Altberg Factory and Walk to Willance’s Leap

24 September 2016

Meet at Altberg Factory shop on Gallowfields Trading Estate, Richmond, DL10 4TG at 9.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. £7.

A traditional event for the first day of the Festival. Altberg is the last remaining boot manufacturer in England. Join owner Mike Sheehan at the Altberg factory to see how his boots are designed and made: for walking, the army and biking. There’s time for a cup of tea and a look round the excellent factory shop before heading off to Willance’s Leap and to hear the famous legend of Robert Willance’s tragic fall and the horse who saved his life.

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W3: Easby Abbey and Round Howe

24 September 2016

Starts from Richmond Obelisk at 12 noon. 6 miles. Easy. £7.

Richmond and its Norman Castle, set on the cliff top high above the River Swale, forms the focal point for this walk, which visits some beautiful riverside areas, including the National Trust’s woodland at Round Howe, and the impressive ruins of Easby Abbey.

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'Written Locally' (new) with: illustrator Gill McLean

24 September 2016

Come and see local illustrator, Gill McLean, at work.

Castle Hill Bookshop, 2.00-4.00pm, Free event


T1: Frenchgate Walk (new)

24 September 2016

Meet at Castle Hill Bookshop at 2.30pm. Free, but donations to St. Mary’s Parish Church most welcome.

Author and historian Jane Hatcher selects just one of Richmond’s historic streets to tell its story, looking at its houses, and revealing some tales of its inhabitants.


E1: Book Event - Egyptologist, Professor Joann Fletcher, 'Ancient Egypt: New Discoveries'

24 September 2016

Egyptologist, Professor Joann Fletcher, 'Ancient Egypt: New Discoveries'.

Venue & Time: Richmond School, The Hall in the Clarke Hall Building, DL10 4BQ; Disabled access; 7.30pm

Tickets: £8

Evening Talk by one of the world’s leading Egyptologists, Professor Joann Fletcher of the University of York has made numerous tv appearances, from ‘Mummifying Alan: Egypt’s Last Secret’ which won a BAFTA, to her most recent BBC series ‘Immortal Egypt with Joann Fletcher’. In her ninth book, ‘The Story of Egypt’, Joann traces Egypt’s ancient history through its monuments and its people, revealing that Ramses II dyed his hair, Queen Ashayet bit her nails and farmer Baki liked eating in bed, bringing alive ancient Egypt’s history as nobody else can!

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Photo courtesy of Dr Amr Aboulfath

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W4: Wensleydale Medley Day 1 - Mossdale Gill and Cotterdale (new)

25 September 2016

Meet Co-op car park 9.00am. Start at Hawes car park (in main street near Fish & Chip shop) at 10.00am. 10 miles. Moderate. £7.

The first day of this year’s multi-day challenges takes us from the bustling market town of Hawes, with its famous Wensleydale Creamery, initially along farmland and riverside tracks to visit the attractive waterfall at Mossdale Head. Turning north we cross over the fell to Cotterdale before climbing up through attractive woodland onto the shoulder of Great Shunner Fell. Now following a well-used track we can enjoy splendid wide reaching views as we traverse the fell to meet the Pennine Way, which we follow to drop down to Hardraw before making our way back to Hawes.

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W5: Hidden Gem Walk (new)

25 September 2016

Meet Co-op car park 9.15am. Start at Leyburn (Grove Square car park) at 9.45am. 7 miles. Easy. £7.

This new walk explores rolling pastures on the very edge of the Dales in an area away from the usual tourist beat. Despite generally gentle gradients, the walk offers surprising and long-distance views. Historic interest is added by tales of the tragic fate of some of the local aristocracy on our way to the walks highlight: the little-known hidden gem of Harmby waterfall.

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W6: Men of Lead Walk (new)

25 September 2016

Meet Co-op car park 9.30am. Start at Langthwaite car park at 10.15am. 4 miles. Easy. £7.

David Joy is the author of over 40 books and a former editor of The Dalesman who will be is providing a talk about his latest book “Men of Lead – Miners of the Yorkshire Dales” this evening. The book is about the men who mined the lead, their families, employers and communities. This is an opportunity to join David for an informative half-day’s walk as we visit Arkle Town, Booze, Scar House and the CB Inn to hear and learn about what life was like in the once industrial Arkengarthdale.

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E2: Book Event - Writing Workshop with Irene Lofthouse: ‘Stories and Snacks’

25 September 2016

Writing Workshop with Irene Lofthouse: ‘Stories and Snacks’

Venue & Time: Jacalou Junction DL10 4AJ; Disabled access; 2.00-4.00pm

Tickets: £5

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T2: Richmond’s Wynds and Lanes

25 September 2016

Meet at Castle Hill Bookshop at 2.30pm. Free, but donations to Richmondshire Museum most welcome.

Local historian and author Mark Whyman leads this walk which explores Richmond’s Wynds and Lanes. Offering big views, intriguing nooks, secret places and a chance to hear of the people who lived in them. The walk is mostly on pavements, but also some steep slopes and steps.


E3: Book Event - 'Men of Lead – Swaledale & its Miners', Evening Talk by Dales author David Joy

25 September 2016

'Men of Lead – Swaledale & its Miners', Evening Talk by Dales author David Joy.

Venue & Time: Townsend Suite, The Station Richmond DL10 4LD; Disabled access; 7.30pm 

Tickets: £6

Having led a walk during the afternoon, Dales author David Joy gives an illustrated talk portraying the time when men risked all in venturing underground by the light of flickering candles. They were seeking lead, a quest that so often was an elusive dream and led to early death. It nevertheless produced great wealth, which transformed Swaledale.

David Joy lives in what was once a lead-mining hamlet and has had a lifelong interest in the subject. He will be signing copies of his new book Men of Lead.

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Townsend Suite, The Station Richmond DL10 4LD, 7.30pm, Tickets: £6, Disabled access
Townsend Suite, The Station Richmond DL10 4LD, 7.30pm, Tickets: £6, Disabled acces
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W7: Wensleydale Medley Day 2 – Wensleydale Waterfalls

26 September 2016

Meet Co-op car park 9.00am. Start Bainbridge Village Hall at 9.45am. 8 miles. Moderate. £7.

This is a popular and very picturesque walk. We cross the River Ure and climb the fell-side to view two of Wensleydale’s biggest, but lesser-known waterfalls, and the remains of a mill they once powered, hidden in a wooded gill. Dropping down to Askrigg, still associated with BBC’s James Herriot series, we cross meadows to reach Nappa Hall and Mill before following the riverside path to Worton. After climbing up to Worton Scar we return to Bainbridge along a limestone edge with views of a Roman fort, the shortest river in England and yet another waterfall now powering a recently-installed Archimedes screw-driven hydro-electric plant.

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W8: The Feldom Wander

26 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.15am. Start at Feldom Gate (GR: NZ126030) at 9.30am. 9 miles. Moderate. £7.

Always the first walk to be fully booked due to the appeal of its special access to rarely walked MOD land. A mixture of heather moorland, scattered woods and deep cut valleys, this is an Army training area, not otherwise known to the rambler, rich in wildlife and archaeology – including ancient rock art and cup & ring marks. Who knows what else we will find?

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W9: Jervaulx and The Three Bridges

26 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.30am. Start at Cover Bridge pub car park (GR SE144871) at 10.00am. 7 miles. Easy / Moderate. £7.

The walk starts at Cover Bridge near Middleham, follows the banks of the River Ure and continues through Jervaulx Park and its ancient abbey, before crossing the river to the pretty village of Thornton Steward. From there we pass by the oldest church in Wensleydale before re-crossing the Ure back to Cover Bridge.

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'Written Locally' (new) with Felicity Manning

26 September 2016

Come and listen to local poet, Felicity Manning.

Castle Hill Bookshop, 10am - midday, Free event


H1: Druggon Hill

26 September 2016

Start 10.15am outside Tesco, Catterick Garrison. 5 miles. Easy. Free.

Crossing the golf course, this walk then follows little used paths across army land with fine views of The Hambleton Hills, and passes the unusual conical Druggon Hill. It progresses through Scotton and lovely woodland paths back to the camp centre & Tesco’s.


T3: Richmond’s Best Buildings

26 September 2016

Meet at Castle Hill Bookshop at 2.30pm. Free, but donations to Richmondshire Museum most welcome.

Richmond has a wealth of good buildings, often hiding interesting stories. On this walk local historian and author Mark Whyman, talks about some of them.


H2: Richmond, Sandbeck and Hudswell Woods

26 September 2016

Start 6.30pm outside Richmond swimming pool. 3.5 miles. Easy. Free.

This lovely walk starts at Richmond Swimming Pool and follows the old railway line and new green cycle route towards Catterick Garrison, before crossing open fields with surprise views of Richmond and its Castle before descending into the pretty Sandbeck and Flowery Dell returning through Hudswell Woods.


E4: Book Event - Historian, Juliet Barker: 'Celebrating Charlotte Brontë'

26 September 2016

Historian, Juliet Barker: 'Celebrating Charlotte Brontë'.

 

Venue & Time: Richmond School Sixth Form Centre DL10 4BQ; Disabled access; 7.30pm

 

Tickets: £8


‘Immoral’, ‘Subversive’, 'Vulgar’: just some of the reviews which greeted the publication of Jane Eyre in 1847. We might have changed our opinion of the book, but we’re still intrigued by its author. To celebrate the two-hundredth anniversary of Charlotte Brontë’s birth, the acclaimed biographer of ‘The Brontës’, Juliet Barker, explores how and why the spinster daughter of a Yorkshire parson came to write one of the most sensational and best-loved novels in the English language.

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Richmond School, Richmond School Sixth Form Centre DL10 4BQ, 7.30pm, Tickets: £8, Disabled access
Richmond School, Richmond School Sixth Form Centre DL10 4BQ, 7.30pm, Tickets: £8, Disabled access
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W10: Wensleydale Medley Day 3 – Majestic Wensleydale (new)

27 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.00am. Start West Burton Village Green at 9.45am. 9 miles. Moderate. £7.

This is a walk for the connoisseur that shows Wensleydale off in all of its majestic glory. Starting from the lovely village of West Burton we steadily climb up the ancient Morpeth Gate track with glorious views unfolding down the length of Wensleydale, considered by many to be the most beautiful of all of the Yorkshire Dales. Now dropping down to West Witton we are soon walking beside the River Ure through classic glacial landscapes as we follow the river past a number of impressive waterfalls to St Andrew's Church at Aysgarth. Here we have the opportunity to view some of the carvings which were brought from Jervaulx Abbey at the time of the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century. After viewing the Upper Falls we make our back over field paths to West Burton.

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W11: High Farms of Arkengarthdale

27 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.15am. Start at CB Inn Arkengarthdale at 10.00am. 9 miles. Moderate. £7.

We start by strolling through the meadows by Arkle Beck, then climb up through the sheep pastures to the hill farms where a living has to be earned against the elements at over 1,000ft above sea level. Arkengarthdale’s wonderful scenery includes scars and “hushes” from once major mining operations and we see the remains of one of the few lead mines to remain open into the 20th century.  

 

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W12: Marske Circular

27 September 2016
Leave Co-op car park at 9.30am. Start Marske village (GR: NZ104005) at 10.00am. 6 miles. Moderate. £7.

This is a walk rich in variety. Leaving the village we follow a quiet, shaded route through woodland before crossing Marske Beck by an ancient packhorse bridge and making our way to Helwith and its Manor House. Ascending Skelton Moor we enjoy beautiful views of the beck, in the valley below, and distant views of Richmond Castle. Returning to Marske there is time to view this attractive village with its pretty church, which dates back to the 12th century, and learn the history of Marske Hall.

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T4: Exploring Richmond

27 September 2016

Meet outside the Town Hall at 12.00 noon. Free, but donations to the Richmond Mayor’s Charities most welcome.

Your costumed guide, a Richmond policeman of 1842, takes you for a walk back in time. Lasts just over an hour.


T5: Ghost Walk

27 September 2016

Meet at the Turf Hotel, Victoria Road at 6.00pm. Adult £3.00. Child £2.00. Payment to your costumed guide. More details on 01748 818156. 

Dressed in period costume, Yorkshire story-teller Rhoda Fraser reveals stories and legends of Richmond passed down through the generations, plus some “scary stories” from more recent times.


E5: Book Event - Little Toller Publishers & 'The Art of Re-Publishing Nature Classics'

27 September 2016

Little Toller Publishers & 'The Art of Re-Publishing Nature Classics'.

Venue & Time: Richmond Cricket Club DL10 4AR; Disabled access; 7.30pm

Tickets: £6

Little Toller Publishers will be talking about the process of re-publishing classics of nature writing and rural life including 'ring of Bright Water' and Hoskins' 'Making of the English Landscape'. Designed in the spirit of the early editions, these exquisite books include a new Introduction written by a contemporary writer in the same field as well as a stunning new cover illustration.

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W13: Wensleydale Medley Day 4 – Over The Gallops to Middleham (new)

28 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.00am. Start Wensley Church at 9.30am. 9 miles. Moderate. £7.

Leaving this small attractive village, which gave its name to the entire dale, we make our way past Bolton Hall and then across Wensleydale to climb steadily, with splendid views, up to the gallops on Middle Low Moor. Rising to a height of almost 800 feet above sea level the gallops have been used to train racehorses for over 300 years. Dropping down to Middleham, where horses are said to outnumber human habitants, we pass a number of famous stables as we make our way down to join the River Ure, at the distinctive gothic-style Middleham Bridge. A pleasant riverside walk now completes our journey.

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W14: Turner on the Tees (new)

28 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.15am. Start Morritt Arms, Greta Bridge at 9.45am. 8 miles. Easy. £7.

This walk explores an area often visited by that giant of English landscape painting, William Turner. Starting from Greta Bridge we walk past the ancient fortified house known as Mortham Tower before turning eastwards along field paths to reach the picturesque former toll bridge across the River Tees at Whorlton. Crossing this bridge we then follow the north bank of the Tees upstream to re-cross the river just below Egglestone Abbey (painted by Turner). After visiting the impressive ruins of the Abbey we head back to Greta Bridge, stopping en route to view another of Turner's favourite subjects, the very attractive confluence of the Tees with the River Greta, known as the "Meeting of the Waters".

 

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W15: Foxglove Covert Nature Walk

28 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.30am. Start at Foxglove Covert Nature Reserve field centre, Catterick Garrison at 10.00am. 3 miles. Easy. £7.

Come and join one of the Reserve Managers to explore the 100 acre Foxglove Covert Local Nature Reserve located at Catterick Garrison. There are many different habitats which are home to over 2300 species of flowers, fungi, birds and insects. Worth bringing your binoculars if you have some.

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H3: Catterick Racecourse

28 September 2016

Start 10:15am from the Porch of St Anne’s Church Catterick Village. 2.5 miles. Easy. Free

Come and explore the precious turf of Catterick Racecourse. The management kindly let us use the racecourse roads to explore this interesting venue.


'Written Locally' (new) with Wensleydale Writers

28 September 2016

Come and listen to Wensleydale Writers read from their new Anthology written to raise money from Herriot Hospice Homecare.

Castle Hill Bookshop, 2.00-4.00pm, Free entry,


T6: Lewis Caroll Walk (new)

28 September 2016

Meet at Castle Hill Bookshop at 2.30pm. Free, but donations to St. Mary’s Parish Church most welcome.

Author and historian Jane Hatcher takes you on a walk around Richmond and tells of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson’s [Lewis Carroll’s] time here as a child while a pupil at Richmond School, where he lived, studied and played.


E6: Reading Group Event with author, Frances Brody - 'A Death in the Dales'

28 September 2016

Reading Group Event with author, Frances Brody - 'A Death in the Dales'

Venue & Time: Richmond Library DL10 4AE; Disabled access; 7.30pm

Tickets: £10 which includes a copy of the book

This year we welcome Frances Brody to our ever popular Reading Group Event where you will have the opportunity to chat to the author about her writing technique, inspiration and your thoughts on her book. 'A Death in the Dales' is the seventh book featuring amateur detective, Kate Shackleton.

Refreshments

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North Country Theatre presents the Opening Night of 'Wish House'

28 September 2016

Locally-based North Country Theatre presents the Opening Night of 'Wish House'.


Venue & Time: Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond DL10 4DW; 7.30pm

 

Tickets from North Country Theatre and The Georgian Theatre Ticket Office: 01748 825252, http://www.georgiantheatreroyal.co.uk/ 

Those masters of wit and invention, Richmond based North Country Theatre, present the premiere of The Wish House. Adapted by Nobby Dimon from a Rudyard Kipling story, it is a tale of fierce, insane, possessive love.

Grace Ashcroft might be seen by some as a poor old lady, “a dear old soul”, but the tale she tells of her younger days as a lusty farm girl and the strange sacrifice she made to keep “her” man is by turns hilarious and chilling. Cold Comfort Farm meets A Picture of Dorian Grey in a tongue-in-cheek version of Kipling's story of obsessive love.


W16: Wensleydale Medley Day 5 – Across to Colsterdale

29 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.30am. Start at East Witton (GR: SE 145860) at 10.15am. 9 Miles. Moderate £7.

Another walk of contrasts for the final day of the Wensleydale Medley. We pass coniferous forest, cross wild moorland with gritstone crags and drop into the remote valley of Colsterdale to the splendidly named Gollinglith Foot. We follow the beck downstream and cross over more moorland to Wensleydale, bypassing Ellingstring and following field paths back to East Witton, with its long village green and ancient church.

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W17: Muker to Keld Classic (new)

29 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.00am. Start at pay & display car park Muker at 10:00am. 5 miles. Easy. £7.

A scenic circular walk from Muker to Keld and back in conjunction with Yorkshire Dales Millenium Trust. We’ll pass several points of interest and projects that YDMT have supported or been involved in, including: The Muker Literary Institute, the paved paths through meadows at Muker (opened by Prince Charles), a couple of bridges, and repairs to Crack Pot to stabilise the structure.

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W18: Scar House & How Stean Gorge (new)

29 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.15am. Start at Scar House Reservoir car park (GR: SE 070766) at 10.15am. 8.5 Miles. Moderate. £10 includes entry fee to visit How Stean Gorge.

Join us for this classic Nidderdale walk, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which takes us from the impressive dam at Scar House Reservoir, set high above Middlesmoor, down to “Yorkshire’s Little Switzerland”. Here we enjoy a visit to How Stean Gorge, a spectacular limestone ravine carved out over thousands of years by water flow, crossing and re-crossing footbridges and following the narrow paths through the gorge. Now following the Nidderdale Way we pass Goyden Pot and Manchester Hole as we make our way back to the start of our walk.

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'Written Locally' (new) with John Dickinson

29 September 2016

Come and listen to local author, John Dickinson read from his book, 'A Yak in the Fridge'.

Castle Hill Bookshop, 10.00am-midday, Free entry.


H4: Scorton Lakes & Bolton On Swale

29 September 2016

Start 10:15am Community Café on Scorton Village Green. 4.7 miles. Easy. Free

This route explores the recently landscaped gravel pit lakes at Scorton, great for bird life. It passes through the village of Bolton On Swale with its famous grave of Henry Jenkins who apparently lived to 169. We go on through the pleasant undulating farmland back for a cuppa or lunch in the cafe.


'Written Locally' (new) with Paul Hewitt

29 September 2016

Come and listen to local poet, Paul Hewitt, read his work.

Castle Hill Bookshop, 2.00-4.00pm, Free entry.


T7: Ghost Walk

29 September 2016

Meet at the Turf Hotel, Victoria Road at 6pm. Adult £3.00. Child £2.00. Payment to your costumed guide. More details on 01748 818156. 

Dressed in period costume, Yorkshire story-teller Rhoda Fraser reveals stories and legends of Richmond passed down through the generations, plus some “scary stories” from more recent times


E7: Poetry Open Mic compèred by Richmondshire Writers

29 September 2016

Poetry Open Mic compèred by Richmondshire Writers.

Venue & Time: Richmond Cricket Club DL10 4AR; Disabled access; 7.30pm

Tickets: £3

Come and join in this community event…

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North Country Theatre presents 'Wish House'

29 September 2016
Locally-based North Country Theatre presents 'Wish House'.

Venue & Time: Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond DL10 4DW; 7.30pm

See Wednesday's insert for more information


W19: Cautley Spout & The Calf (new)

30 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park 9.00am. Start Cross Keys Inn (GR SD698969) 10.00am. 8 miles. Hard. £7.

The walk starts at the Cross Keys Inn and crosses the River Rothy before heading to Cautley Spout, one of the highest waterfalls in Northern England. After a steep climb up the side of the falls a high level traverse of the Howgill Fells follows, taking in Calders and The Calf, the two highest fells in the Howgill range. We head back towards Cautley Spout, but take in Yarlside with a final steep descent to the Cross Keys, not for a pint, but maybe a cup of tea as the Inn is teetotal!

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W20: Baldersdale & Battle Hill (new)

30 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park 9.15am. Start Cotherstone Church (GR NZ013194) 10.15am. 11 miles. Moderate. £7.

This is an opportunity to walk in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty seldom visited by the Festival. We leave Cotherstone along the disused Barnard Castle to Middleton-in-Teesdale railway track to head up Baldersdale to explore the south shore of Hury Reservoir. Now joining the Pennine Way we climb up to Goldsbrough, enjoying far-reaching views, before crossing the MOD’s Battle Hill Ranges as we make our way back to Cotherstone.

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W21: Hudswell & Hag Wood Nature Walk

30 September 2016

Leave Co-op car park at 9.30am. 6.5 miles. Moderate. £7.

Join the local National Trust Ranger for a walk through Hudswell and Hag Woods. We’ll be identifying flora and fauna as we go and discussing the management of these woodlands and riverside meadows. Though on woodland tracks on the edge of Richmond, these are steep in places with some steps.

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Macmillan Coffee Morning

30 September 2016

Come and enjoy coffee and cakes to support a very worthwhile cause. Why not browse our bookshop while you are here? We donate 10% of the shop's takings this Friday to Macmillan Cancer Support. The kettle will be on from 10.30am.


T8: Exploring Richmond

30 September 2016

Meet outside the Town Hall at 12.00 noon. Free, but donations to the Richmond Mayor’s Charities most welcome.

Your costumed guide, a Richmond policeman of 1842, takes you for a walk back in time. Lasts just over an hour.


E8: Book Event - Biographer, John Bevis & 'The Keartons: Inventing Nature Photography'

30 September 2016

Biographer, John Bevis & 'The Keartons: Inventing Nature Photography'.

Venue & Time: Richmond Cricket Club, DL10 4AR; Disabled access; 7.30pm

Tickets: £6

Brothers Richard and Cherry Kearton, sons of a Swaledale farmer, are widely regarded as the founding fathers of nature photography. They took the first ever photograph of a birds nest with eggs in 1892, published the first photographic nature book and were famous for their extraordinarily inventive photographic hides, including the Stuffed Ox and the Artificial Rubbish Heap. John Bevis, a lifelong Kearton fan, is author of a new appreciation of their lives and works, entitled 'The Keartons: Inventing Nature Photography'.

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North Country Theatre presents 'Wish House' in Hawes

30 September 2016
Locally-based North Country Theatre presents 'Wish House' .

Venue & Time: Dales Countryside Museum, DL8 3NT; 7.30pm

See Wednesday's insert for more information


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