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The Keld Resource Centre

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Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6LJ United Kingdom
07790 401476 keld.org.uk

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June 2019

Every Barn Tells a Story

June 1 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
The Keld Resource Centre, Keld
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6LJ United Kingdom
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Approx 5 miles. A guided walk from Keld to Angram and back exploring the history behind the many barns in Upper Swaledale, which formed part of a self-sustaining farming system. Rating: Easy – Moderate with some narrow stiles, steep paths on rough ground which can be muddy. Please bring suitable waterproof clothing and footwear Dogs must be kept on leads.

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Every Barn Tells a Story

June 15 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
The Keld Resource Centre, Keld
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6LJ United Kingdom
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A guided walk from Keld to Angram and back exploring the history & conservation behind the many barns in Upper Swaledale, which formed part of a self-sustaining farming system.

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Understanding Me

June 23 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Keld Resource Centre, Keld
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6LJ United Kingdom
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A self development workshop delivered by John Lloyd in beautiful upper Swaledale. The workshop will allow delegates to develop a greater understanding of themselves, improve self-confidence, be able to manage difficult situations, make better life decisions and develop a life plan to increase contentment and happiness,  A buffet lunch is included in the price.    Booking essential - limited to 8 places,

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Flowers of Upper Swaledale

June 29 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Keld Resource Centre, Keld
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6LJ United Kingdom
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Flower identification walk in association with Yoredale Natural History Society.  Identify up to 100 wild flowers along a scenic walk to the famous Muker hay meadows. Return to Keld via the Hartlakes route, or bus from Muker.  Please bring a packed lunch.  Dogs must be kept on leads.

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July 2019

Afternoon Tea at Ravenseat (Home of the Yorkshire Shepherdess)

July 21 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
The Keld Resource Centre, Keld
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6LJ United Kingdom
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Car transport up to Ravenseat for afternoon tea served by the Owen family, and then enjoy a gentle walk with stunning views, across open moorland, along Cotterby Scar to East Stonesdale and back to Keld via the picturesque waterfalls and river Swale. Please bring suitable waterproof clothing & footwear. Rating: Moderate - some narrow stiles.  Booking Essential 

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September 2019

Crackpot Hall, Swinnergill & Arngill

September 8 @ 10:30 am - 3:30 pm
The Keld Resource Centre, Keld
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6LJ United Kingdom
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Approx: 5.5 miles A guided local history walk covering the mining sites of Crackpot Hall, Swinnergill and then taking the high hillside route down to Arngill to Rampsholme Bridge and returning to Keld. Please bring a packed lunch and suitable waterproof clothing and footwear. Dogs must be kept on leads. Rating: Moderate -Difficult – steep eroded hillside paths in places Booking advised

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Old Gang Lead Mines

September 29 @ 10:30 am - 3:00 pm
The Keld Resource Centre, Keld
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6LJ United Kingdom
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Approx: 6 miles A guided walk through the rich lead mining landscape of the Old Gang and Merryfield mining grounds, returning via the Little Pinseat route. Walk commences from parking area on roadside opposite the Surrender smelt mill, above Low Row: grid ref: SD989998. Please bring suitable walking footwear and waterproof clothing. Please bring a packed lunch. Dogs must be kept on leads. Rating: Moderate Booking advised

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October 2019

The Legacy of the Kearton Brothers

October 27 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Keld Resource Centre, Keld
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6LJ United Kingdom
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Informative talk and exhibition on the lives and legacy of Richard and Cherry Kearton. From their childhoods in Thwaite, where they developed their interest in the natural world, to becoming celebrated pioneers of wildlife photography. Afternoon tea will be served in the Upper Room after the talk.  Booking essential

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