Meadow Falls – Camping, Pods and Touring Caravan Site.

Bring your own tent, tourer, or stay in a pod. All the family will enjoy their stay at Meadow Falls, just outside Ingleton village.

What’s On in Ingleton

Aug
24
Sat
Overground Underground Event – Make a Pot & Open Studio @ Ingleton Pottery
Aug 24 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Visit Ingleton Pottery, a small family run business making high-fired, hand thrown Stoneware pottery.
Established in 1971, it is the longest established working pottery in the Yorkshire Dales.
You can see the potters working, ask questions and make a clay pot on the wheel to take home.

Time: 10am – 4pm
Where: Ingleton Pottery, Bank
Bottom, Ingleton LA6 3HB
Cost: Free entry. £2 to make a pot
on the wheel.
Age: All
Access: Not suitable for
wheelchairs and buggies
Booking: Just turn up
Special instructions: Bring a
camera.
www.ingletonpottery.co.uk

Touching Rock Weekends – Yorkshire Dales (With Saaig Outdoors)
Aug 24 @ 10:00 am – Aug 26 @ 4:00 pm
Introductory Climbing days in the great outdoors, for those that have never climbed outside before or want to improve their skills and climb in some great locations across the Yorkshire Dales.
Jumble Sale – please see ‘more details’ for particulars of fundraising @ Ingleborough Community Centre
Aug 24 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

3 August – Ingleton in Bloom

10 August – St Marys Church Roof Appeal

17th August – St Oswalds Church

24 August – Bowling Club

7th September – I save a Life

14 Sep – Ingleton Scouts

5 Oct – Craven Wanderers

26 Oct – Ingleton and Thornton OPW

2 Nov – Chapel le Dale Church

9 Nov – Ingleton Primary School PTA

16 Nov – Ingleton Splash Park

23 Nov – 1940s Homeguard

30 Nov – RSPB Local Branch

7 Dec – Ingleton Theatre Group

Overground Underground Festival Event – Evening Photography Sessions
Aug 24 @ 4:45 pm – 8:30 pm

Join us at Ingleborough Cave in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park for one of our unique evening photography sessions. These are designed for those wanting to spend time in Ingleborough Cave taking photographs and getting to grips with the unique and challenging photographic conditions underground. Please note that these sessions are not tutorials.

One of our local guides will lead you as you follow in the footsteps of the early Victorian explorers on a journey spanning 350 million years of geology and history, and they will also point out some of the spectacular formations that you may later wish to photograph. You will then be left to photograph at your leisure, leaving plenty of time to get those killer shots. 

The sessions last 3 hours and 45 minutes, and the meeting time is specified next to the dates below. The first 30 minutes will be spent on a tour with one of our local guides, then you are free to photograph at your leisure. If you do not wish to use the full time allocation this isn’t a problem, you can leave when you have finished. Please meet at Ingleborough Cave at the appropriate time (27th April – 16:45, 25th May – 16:45, 8th June – 16:45, 22nd June – 15:45, 13th July – 15:45, 27th July – 15:45, 10th August – 16:45, 14th August – 16:45, 24th August – 16:45, 7th September – 15:45, 21st September – 15:45, 26th October – 15:45).

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Things To Do In And Around Ingleton

Ingleton Waterfalls, Ingleton, North Yorkshire

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.

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. Our website lists self-catering holiday cottages, bed and breakfasts, inns 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.
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Ingleton Tourist Information

Ingleton Tourist Information Centre is based at the Community Centre in the main car park in the village 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..
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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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