We’ve lots going on in the Ingleton area with something to interest you throughout the year. If you are interested in an event on our calendar, please use the contact details to find out full details before making a specific journey.
From family friendly to more specialised, you’re bound to find something to take part in and enjoy. Browse through the calendar for regular events, weekly, monthly and annual, activities for locals and visitors. Please see the details for advance booking requirements and accessibility.
2022 Events are being organised and we hope to be able to welcome you to –
The Great Ingleton Easter Egg Hunt, 9th to 24th April 2022
1940s Homeguard Weekend – 1st to 3rd July 2022
Food Fair at Country Harvest –
Ingleton’s Golden Snitch Trail
Please check back often as the calendar is updated regularly with new and exciting things to see and do here in the Ingleton area, including regular village events.
Events by Date Order
A new course for 2022 aimed at those with some previous experience. Come and make an attractive and useful basket in the open Irish weave style.
Tutor Anna Turnbull is a Fine Arts graduate of Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts in London. She now lives on her Northumberland smallholding and runs a number of courses from there as well appearing at local festivals, shows & exhibitions and demonstrating at Beamish Museum.
Courses are from 9.45am – 4.30pm approx. Price includes lunch and refreshments.
Book with Broadrake. Contact Rachel on 015242 41357; email:email@example.com
Note – Price £170 for 2 people plus £20 for materials: includes lunch and refreshments.
When Phil first started coming to Broadrake it was to teach willow weaving but he also enjoys greenwood working. A couple of years ago he taught us to make the cleft ash hurdle gates we now use to keep sheep out of the barn entrance. These have been admired by passing walkers so we started running this hurdle making course in 2020.
The price is for two people working as a pair to make one small hurdle gate. You will start with a log, probably ash, and learn how to split it. Then you will shape the rails and uprights, first of all using carving axes, then finishing with a draw knife on a shave horse. Mortise and tenon joints are used to assemble the hurdle which is then secured with hand made wooden pegs.