Whole Programme

S1: A Memory Walk at Catterick Racecourse

Saturday 5 Oct 2019

Start at Catterick Racecourse, Catterick Bridge, Richmond, North Yorkshire DL10 7PE.

10.45am for an 11.00 am start. 2km and 5km walks available. Easy. The walk is free to enter, but is intended as a sponsored walk in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society.  

 

Dementia Friendly Richmondshire are behind this local Memory Walk to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Society as part of the national fundraising campaign. Two walks are available. Refreshment and toilet facilities will be available.

 

We are asking for help by people signing up to take part in the walk and gathering their own sponsorship funding by using the Just Giving or sponsorship form options available on the Alzheimer’s Society website,  https://www.memorywalk.org.uk/ .   Sponsorship forms will also be available to collect at Castle Hill Bookshop. The Group are hoping to raise valuable funds for the Alzheimer’s Society, as well as raising awareness around dementia within our local communities. To join the walk or find out more information please contact jo-anne.simpson@richmondshire.gov.uk 


E9: 'The Lost House Revisited' with Ed Kluz

Saturday 5 Oct 2019

7.30pm; Richmond Town Hall, DL10 4QL; tickets £7 each; FairTrade Bar;  bookstall; disabled access.

Richmond-born artist, Ed Kluz, has a fascination for the sites of lost buildings and the architecture of once-celebrated grand houses. Studying old engravings, plans and descriptions to build a mental picture of a house, he conjures up vanished buildings in all their pomp and, rather than setting them in re-created landscapes, illuminates them with theatrical lighting.

 

Hear how Ed achieves this and creates stunning images of magnificent, bold and grandiose buildings of the past.

 

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W25: Sunday Lunch Walk - new walk route

Sunday 6 Oct 2019

Leave Station car park 9.15am. Start Three Horseshoes Wensley car park (GR: SE092897) at 9.45am. 6 Miles. Easy. £7


This year we return to the Three Horseshoes at Wensley for lunch, but take a completely new route, following field paths west to the village of Harmby, with a detour to its delightful little glade and waterfall for a snack break. We return to Wensley along the south bank of the River Ure. The walk is generally on easy paths but with a number of stiles, and a short road section over the interesting bridge crossing of the Ure near Middleham.

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T4: Richmond Town Guided Walk

Sunday 6 Oct 2019

Meet outside the Town Hall at 2.15 pm. Free, just turn up on the day. Donations to Richmondshire Museum most welcome.


The walk lasts for between one hour and one and a half hours and remains on level ground, as far as is possible in Richmond!


E10: Chris Mullin 'The Friends of Harry Perkins'

Sunday 6 Oct 2019

7.30pm, Richmond Town Hall, Richmond DL10 4QL, tickets £7 each, FairTrade bar, disabled access

Chris Mullin talks about his new novel, the long-awaited sequel to his 1982 classic, A Very British Coup

A tantalising human drama skilfully woven around the big issues of the day: Brexit, the rise of English nationalism and the looming confrontation with China.

'Terrific... measured, heart-stopping, moving, clear-eyed', Stephen Frears.

 

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