We’ve lots going on in the Ingleton area with something to interest you throughout the year. Main annual events include
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, welcoming locals and visitors. Please see the details for advance booking requirements and accessibility.
2020 Events include –
The Great Ingleton Easter Egg Hunt – 6th – 19th April
Sheafstock (Live music) – 10th – 12th April
Ingleton Knitathon (crochet too) – 23rd May
Escape to the Dales Cycle Sportive – 28th June
1940s Homeguard Weekend – 3rd – 5th July
Food Fair at Country Harvest – 10th – 12th July
Ingleton Gala – 18th July
Ingleton’s Golden Snitch Trail – 5th September
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
Willow Weaving Angels with Phil Bradley
Date: November 26th 2015 9.30am – 4pm
Venue: Broadrake, Chapel-le-Dale, LA6 3AX
Cost: £65 to include lunch and all refreshments, plus £7 for materials paid direct to Phil on the day
Tutor Steve Tomlin has 10 years of mowing experience and has been teaching for the past 5 years.Courses are very popular with those who wish to learn this satisfying skill as a peaceful alternative to the noisy strimmer. The scythe will cut weeds, brambles, rushes, small scrub and grass and works in small spaces, around trees and on slopes. Mowing is a gentle non-impact exercise suitable for all ages.
We held an excellent scything workshop in July 2015 as part of the Yorkshire Dales Millenium Trust Flowers of the Dales Festival 2015 where students learnt how to use the Austrian Scythe. They practised in the field behind Broadrake beneath the slopes of Whernside with views of Ingleborough & Ribblehead Viaduct.
For further information – Overground Underground Festival Programme page 26.
Tutor Adrian Wood leads workshops in Blacksmithing in many venues across the north of the country. His courses are always popular and fill up very quickly. He works on decorative blacksmithing commissions for many clients in his own forge at Hornby, Teeside when he’s not teaching others. Have a look at his website here – www.awartistblacksmiths.co.uk
You will need to wear layers of old clothing as it can be hot work and sensible shoes (not plastic). Safety glasses will be provided along with a thick apron. Mobile forges and anvils are set up so everyone can work together.
Basic blacksmithing skills will be taught to create a selection of items from key rings, curved hooks, toasting forks pokers and dragon hooks.
For further details please visit – Overground Underground Festival Programme page 9.