Seed Hill Bed and Breakfast – come and stay
Right in the heart of the village, you’re assured a warm welcome at this characterful B&B, where the full cooked breakfast will set you up for your day of adventures.
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What’s On in Ingleton
Come and challenge yourself and have fun abseiling at Storrs Common on the outskirts of Ingleton. You do not need any previous experience as the skilful Olly Roberts will be there to guide and help you.
Dates: Tuesday 22nd May, Monday 4th June or Thursday 19th July 2018
Times: 2 hours, 6.30pm-8.30pm
Where: Meet outside the Co-op, Main St, Ingleton, Carnforth, LA6 3EH
Age: Adults and children (5-18).
Children must be accompanied by an adult, adult can just spectate.
Cost: £10 per participant
Access: Unsuitable for wheelchairs
Booking: Essential due to limited places. Contact Olly Roberts by phone 07746 760739 or email email@example.com
The installation of the defibrillators around the village is part of the Ingleton Save A Life project. The aim of this project is ‘To have an effective community of people in Ingleton who are able to resuscitate in a cardiac arrest situation’. There are training and awareness sessions every month at the Community Centre for those who would like to know what to do in this situation. The training sessions are to teach you as an individual what to do if you come across someone in cardiac arrest. They are not to form a group of first responders. To reserve your place, phone Jayne at the centre on 015242 41701. There is a voluntary suggested donation of £3
Future sessions and further details:
Thurs 19th July
Tues 18th Sept
Tues 13th November
Tues 15th Jan 2019
Tues 14th March 2019
For more information about the project please contact Laraine Sullivan 015242 41885
On behalf of the parishioners of Ingleton we would like to thank all those local people who have donated their time, money or expertise to this project. We would also like to thank SADS UK, the British Heart Foundation and Dave Jones of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust for their invaluable help and advice.
If you’re taking part in this event, check out the accommodations listed on this site for a stay over in Ingleton.
Designed and run by YDG instructors who have more than 40 years’ experience in mountain rescue, these days are aimed at adult walkers and are about keeping safe and more importantly what to do if your day goes wrong or you come across someone else who needs help.
Where: Meet up at the YDG Barn at Stainforth and then walking in the area. Directions given when place(s) booked.
Cost: Normally £65 per person or £120 for two but only £60 or £110 for two if quote OGUGYDG
Access: Not suitable for wheelchairs and buggies
Booking: Essential. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01729 824455
Special instructions: Bring a packed lunch with you and walking kit appropriate for the weather on the day. Map, compass and all safety kit supplied. Any questions please contact us on the phone number or email address shown.
Things To Do In And Around Ingleton
There are many attractions to suit all ages, both in and around Ingleton. We have The Waterfalls Trail, Ingleton Pottery, show caves, and much more. There’s even a free cycle pump track and seasonal heated outdoor pool.
With activities to do both inside and out, it doesn’t matter what the weather is doing, we have it all covered.
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Accommodation / Where to Stay
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 Shop
There’s a selection of independent shops in Ingleton, selling gifts, essentials and larger items. Member businesses are listed here.
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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.
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