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February 2019

Exhibition: Aftermath: Living through the peace

February 1 @ 10:00 am - May 27 @ 5:00 pm
The Green Howards Museum, Richmond North Yorkshire DL10 4QN United Kingdom + Google Map

Friday 1 February to Monday 27 May (entrance included in your museum admission) How did soldiers returning from the First World War adapt to their new reality; a shifting political and social landscape and the continuing conflict they would have to face?  They served.  They survived.  But were their biggest battles yet to come?  Using the personal stories of Green Howards soldiers, this special exhibition explores these pivotal post-war years. The Green Howards Museum, Richmond DL10 4QN 01748 826561 www.greenhowards.org.uk

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March 2019

Much More Than Meets The Eye!

March 1 @ 10:30 am - April 28 @ 4:00 pm
Farfield Mill, Garsdale Road
Sedbergh, Cumbria LA10 5LW United Kingdom
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Dover Gallery hosts an exhibition by James Owen Thomas, young artist who creates his art from things other cast aside. ‘From an early age, I always preferred to see litter in bins rather than it is spoiling the countryside, parks and seashore. I later realised how some of it can be recycled and this developed into a special interest exploring my own ideas in art. I began finding a use for brightly-coloured scratch cards that had been thrown away. Now…

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‘Changes’ Exhibition

March 8 @ 12:00 am - March 31 @ 12:00 am
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The Old Courthouse, Shap Penrith Cumbria CA10 3NL United Kingdom + Google Map

'Changes' at The Old Courthouse, Shap, Penrith   1st - 31st March An exhibition of artwork at the Exhibit 'A' Gallery featuring a variety of media including puppets created by Dawn Hurton based on the Beyond the Beacon project.  In addition there will be a display relating to the history of the building which was Shap Girls & Infants School, then Shap Modern Secondary School before being used as a Magistrates Court , Youth Club and Library, now a Community Centre ,…

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Forgotten Landscapes, Hidden Secrets – Andrew Burns Colwill

March 11 @ 10:30 am - May 6 @ 4:00 pm
Farfield Mill, Garsdale Road
Sedbergh, Cumbria LA10 5LW United Kingdom
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As an artist, 'Cumbria' offers me an absolute wealth of subject matter and I have chosen to try and portray its incredible sense of age, and wealth of historic events, from the last ice age through to recent times. Cumbria and the area around Sedbergh feel to me like a spiritual playground for our ancestors, a place where Gaelic, Saxon and Viking peoples battled and bred, loved and lost, leaving us a unique landscape rich in history and secrets. For…

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Lambing live experience

March 18 - March 29
Stay Lambing Live, Easegill Cottage
Kirkby Stephen, CA17 4LQ
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Unique farm stay. Experience spring like never before with a 4 night break at our luxury cottage, come down and help in the Lambing shed, bottling lambs, feeding sheep, watching births or even having a go at delivering your own lamb. Cottage sleeps 6 price includes bed linen, towels, wood for the log burner and hot tub, fresh flowers and a luxury hamper. Also lots and lots of lambs!

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Victoria Bellas Carter & Suzanne Jewellery

March 23 - September 1
The Station, Station Yard
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL10 4LD United Kingdom
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Suzanne and Victoria’s spring exhibition has become an annual event at The Station. Their love of colour once again bringing them together; Suzanne, a talented Lampwork Artist and Jewellery Designer and Victoria, specialising in creating original artwork using a tissue paper collage technique. The exhibition promises to be uplifting, displaying their stunning, unique and very original work. Victoria Bellas Carter Victoria returns to the Station for her only exhibition outside of her Studio base at Eggleston Hall Gardens. Turning the…

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Open Studios 2019

March 24 - March 26
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Bracken Press Print-workshop, Byways, Low Street, Scalby
Scarborough, YO130QW
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The printmaker Michael Atkin will be opening his two workshops to visitors. Workshop one houses three antique printing presses from the 19th century on which he produces limited edition etchings, lino prints and wood engravings. Workshop two is where the ancient art of etching and aquatint occurs.

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Printmaker at Work

March 26 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dales Countryside Museum, Station Yard Hawes North Yorkshire DL8 3NT United Kingdom + Google Map

Watch artist Hester Cox making prints from the stunning woodblocks created to illustrate her many books, by historian and founder of the museum, Marie Hartley. The prints created will be placed in the Museum archive and Hester, inspired by her experience and on-going research into the career of Marie Hartley as an artist, printmaker and historian, will create a new body of work to be exhibited at the Museum in 2020. Included in museum admission.

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Birds of the Yorkshire Dales National Park

March 27
Bective Room, Lunesdale Hall, Bective Room, Lunesdale Hall
Kirkby Lonsdale, LA6 2BG
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Ian Court, Wildlife Officer for the Yorkshire Dales National Park, will give an illustrated talk on the birds of the park.

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Upper Dales Family History Group

March 27 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Fremington Sunday School, Fremington North Yorkshire DL11 6AR United Kingdom + Google Map

Val Slater - The Walls clan of Coverdale – from The Foresters’ Arms to The Somme.  Val uses a wide variety of sources to trace her family through good times and bad; from a background of peaceful village inn-keeping in the 19th century, will the five Walls brothers make it through The Great War? Non-members welcome £2.

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Womens’ Handbag in the style of a Leather Sporan – Viking style pouch

March 28
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Learn to make a small shoulder bag. This will give you all the techniques used in tradtional leathercraft including cutting out a template, holepunching, dying the edges and using saddlestich to sew it together. An embossed design is placed on the front Limited to 4 places

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Forged Blacksmith Bushcraft Knife

March 29
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On this course you can spend two days learning to forge a traditional blacksmith bushcraft knife. It will involve basic blacksmith techniques for one part of the knife and silversmithing techniques for the other. You will learn how to temper, heat treat and sharpen using files. You can learn how to put a twist in the knife. If you want to make a sheath for it - this will cost an extra £100 and will be another day's course. 2…

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Map & Compass Day (Beginner)

March 30 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

One day course for Beginners to learn the navigation skills to take you further afield.

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Printmaking without a Press

March 30 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Malham Tarn Field Centre, Malham Tarn Field Centre
Settle, BD24 9PU
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Join local printmaker Hester Cox on this fun workshop that will show participants that you don’t need expensive studio equipment to be able to create lovely prints. Hester demonstrate how to make stamps, relief collagraphs and monoprints so that you end the day full of ideas and go home with lots of your own handmade prints.

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Darley Film Night – March

March 30 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Darley Memorial Hall, Sheepcote Lane
Darley, Nidderdale, HG3 2RP
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The Darley Memorial Hall presents 'Bohemian Rhapsody', the story of Freddie Mercury and Queen, on the cinema screen on Saturday 30th March. The doors open at 6.45pm and there will be some films of local interest before the main feature starting at 7.30 pm.  The bar is open, and there will be light refreshments on sale. Admission is £5 and you can pay at the door.

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A Beginners Night Sky at Malham Tarn

March 30 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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One event on 26-10-2019 at 7:00pm

One event on 23-11-2019 at 7:00pm

Malham Tarn Estate Office, Waterhouses Settle North Yorkshire BD24 9PT United Kingdom + Google Map

Come on a journey with our Rangers and let us introduce you to the wonders of the night sky. We will start the journey around the galaxy by showing you some of the basic stars and constellations and how to navigate between them.  Booking essential.

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Stick Making Classes

March 31
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n this workshop you will use traditional tools such as files, sandpaper and stickpress and learn how to straighten a stick using either a steam box or a heat gun depending on numbers in the class at the time. You will be taught the basic techniques to create your own stick which you will take home with you. The skills you will learn are: 1. Straightening the shank. 2. Dressing knots. 3. Making a peg joint. 4. Preparing the handle.…

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Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea Train

March 31 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Leeming Bar Station, Leeming Bar Station
Leeming Bar, DL7 9AR
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Come and treat your Mother to wonderful afternoon tea where you can treat her to locally sourced freshly made sandwhiches all served in heritage carriages. As you journey into the Yorkshire Dales.

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God’s Own Country

March 31 @ 2:00 pm
The Joinery, Market Pl
Settle, BD249ED
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Yorkshire farmer Johnny numbs his daily frustration with binge drinking and casual sex. When a Romanian migrant worker arrives for the lambing season, an intense romance sets him on a new path

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April 2019

spoon carving

April 1
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Come and spend a day  learning to make your own spoon. See it transform from a block of wood to the finished utensil. A whole day with a skilled woodland craftsman. Beginners can explore their potential. You will be guided through choosing wood, cutting and cleaning, basic axe skills and simple knife skills and carving techniques as well as tool care, sharpening and honing. You will also learn how to "read the wood", ie how to sculpt it into the…

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