Events in Ingleton are wide and varied with something to interest you throughout the year.
From family friendly to the more specialised, you’re bound to find something new to take part in.
2017 dates of annual events include:
Great Easter Egg Hunt (11th – 21st April 2017)
Sheafstock (14th – 17th April)
Overground Underground Festival of the Ingleborough Dale (From early May to Sept 2017)
1940s Homeguard Weekend (30th June – 2nd July 2017)
Ingleton Gala and Mountain Race (15th July 2017)
Escape to the Dales Cycle Sportive (16th July 2017)
Folk Weekend (29th Sept – 1st October 2017)
Ingleton Zombie Trail (28th October 2017)
Please check back often as the calendar is updated regularly with new and exciting things to see and do here in Ingleton.
Events by Date Order
WILLOW WEAVING WORKSHOPS
Tutor: Phil Bradley
Thursday 27th April 2017 Garden Structures £70
Thursday 29th June 2017 Curlews £70
Weds & Thurs 13th–14th Sept 2017 Basket Making £120
Thursday 23rd Nov 2017 Xmas Angels £70
Prices include a good lunch and all refreshments
8-10 places on each workshop
Tutor Phil Bradley lives in NW Cumbria where he grows his own sustainable willow for basket-making, garden structures and also bird sculptures, all popular workshop topics. He has created some amazing structures and sculptures at RHS Harlow Carr and also takes commissions. www.philbradley.net
The organic willow is included in the price and all the tools required will be provided.
Phil will guide the group through all the processes to make sure that everyone masters the basic skills needed to craft their own piece of sculpture to take home at the end of the day.
27th April 2017 – Garden Structures
29th June 2017 – Curlews
13th – 14th September (2 days) – Basket Making
23rd November 2017 – Christmas Angels
Price includes a good lunch and all refreshments.
Organic Willow is used & provided, as are all the tools required. The tutor is Phil Bradley who lives in NW Cumbria near Cockermouth where he grows a total of 37 different varieties of sustainable willow on several local sites. This is harvested once the leaves have dropped in early winter and the rods are then sorted and bundled together for storage in an unheated shed, ready for use in the following year.
The willow is used mainly for basket-making, but also for garden structures and sculptures as well as decorative animals, which is a popular one-day workshop topic.He has also created some amazing large-scale structures and sculptures at RHS Harlow Carr where he has been working for the past 15 years.