Highfield House

You will be very welcome at Highfield House, with its fabulous accommodation for 6, plus 2 dogs. There’s a range of modern features which are sure to please –
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What’s On in Ingleton

Overground Underground – The Festival of the Ingleborough Dale @ Various, around Ingleborough Dale
May 28 @ 10:00 am – Sep 3 @ 4:00 pm

A variety of events celebrating this unique landscape & all it has to offer, taking place over summer 2016.  See the website for full details of specific events.


Programme here: http://www.ogug.co.uk/programme-download/

Ingleton Operation Homeguard (1940s)
Jul 1 – Jul 3 all-day

1940s flyer copyThe event takes place on the first full weekend of July each year. Starting on the Friday afternoon the weekend is full of 1940s music and entertainment.

Our outline plan is currently as follows.Friday 1st July:

19:30 The weekend starts with a bang in a marquee (with dance floor) sited in the Wheatsheaf Beer Garden. 1940s themed performances from Hep to The Jive and surprise vocalist all supported by DJ Major Swing. pubs and cafes will be open so you can enjoy food drink and entertainment. Get here early and start as you mean to go on!

Saturday 2nd July:

10:00 Enjoy music and dance in the Village Square of our German occupied French Market Village.

11:00 Kitty Lamare sings for you in the Village Square (wet weather plan is the Wheatsheaf marquee).

TBC Battle of Britain Memorial Flight flypast.

15:00 Jump Jive and Wail entertain in the Wheatsheaf marque

18:30 Vickee Lester will be performing in the Top Club

19:00 The Craven Heifer will have an evening performance from Kitty Lamare.

19:30 Saturday Night Dance with The Mike Brown Swing Band in the Ingleton Community Centre. This year there will be a lot of effort put in to decoration of the venue and supper will be available from doors opening until it has gone.

19:30 Live Band in the Wheatsheaf marquee. Please note that this is not a 40s themed event. (It’s for the muggles).

Sunday 3rd July:

11:00 Parade from the Three Horse Shoes to the Cenotaph with the City of Bradford Pipe Band for a short act of Remembrance in a show of respect for those who who sacrificed their lives so that we could have ours.

12:00 Colin Bourdiec will be entertaining the crowds in the Village Square.

12:30 Street parade from the Community Centre around the village. The City of Bradford Pipe Band will lead a parade of a marching contingent, vintage military and civilian vehicles. Riding at the front will be Churchill.

13:00 The parade will be at the Market Square where Churchill will inspect the troops and make his speech followed by performances by the City of Bradford Pipe Band.

13:30 Colin Bourdiec (as Gerge Formby) will deliver his final set of the weekend in the Village Square.

13:30 The Helen Howard School of Dance will perform for you’re entertainment.

14:00 is P hour for the Silver Stars Parachute Display Team who will be landing on the playing field behind the Community Centre.

14:00 to 16:00 Tea Dance with entertainment in the Community Centre. Admission only £1.00. Enjoy tea coffee cakes etc.

19:30 Performance by (TBC) in the Craven Heifer for those stay in Ingleton for an extra night.

Throughout the weekend there will be the opportunity to enjoy street games, bouncy castle etc.

At various times re-enactors will be performing a series of military scenarios from the era.

The Methodist Chapel will have an attraction which is TBC at this stage.



Overground Underground Festival – Magnificent Meadows @ Broadrake
Jul 2 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Broadrake is restoring an upland hay meadow and will be welcoming passing walkers on the local bridleway to take a short loop around the site to see the progress since 2013.  There is also a wildlife pond, young native tree and limestone outcrops which will provide a good spot for a picnic with amazing view if you’ve walked from Ribblehead Viaduct or Chapel-le0dale church.

Teas and Ice Creams available.

For further information: Overground Underground Festival Programme page 47





Live Music (1960s onwards) with Simon Lee @ The Craven Heifer
Jul 2 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Craven Heifer Inn, Main Street. Tel: 015242 42515

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Things To Do In And Around Ingleton

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There are many attractions to suit all ages, both in and around Ingleton. We have The WaterfallsTrail, Ingleton Pottery, White Scar Caves, and many more.

With activities to do both inside and out, it doesn’t matter what the weather is doing we have it all covered.

Things to Do Locally

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Accommodation / Where to Stay

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If you’re looking for accommodation in Ingleton you’ve come to the right place. These pages list self-catering holiday cottages, bed and breakfasts, hotels and campsites in or close to Ingleton

Where to Eat & Drink

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Ingleton has a wide variety of places to dine, whether you’re looking for restaurants, traditional pubs or tea shops. Look in this section for ideas.

Where to Shop

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There’s a selection of independent shops in Ingleton, selling gifts, essentials and larger items. Member businesses are listed here.

Other Businesses & Services

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Our village and area has lots of services to meet your every day and one-off requirements, whether you live here or want business-to-business services.

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About Ingleton

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History of Ingleton

Historians are divided on the origin of the names Ingleton & Ingleborough. ‘Ingle‘ is an old Scots term for fire or beacon, in Danish as a prefix it denoted ‘English‘, while in Old English ‘ing‘ means peak. What is not in doubt is that Ingleton & Ingleborough were sites of ancient settlements.

Ingleton Tourist Information

Ingleton Tourist Information Centre is based at the Community Centre in the main car park in the village centre and is open all year. it is one of very few T.I.C.s in the country to be managed and staffed entirely by volunteers from the local community..

Ingleton Area Business Group (IABG)

The group was set up in 2015 to help improve the visability and reach of Ingleton and the surrounding area, increasing the awareness of the products and services provided by member businesses.