What’s On

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, browse through the calendar for regular events, weekly, monthly and annual activities for locals and visitors. Please see the details for booking requirements, cost and accessibility.

We look forward to welcoming you to Ingleton events including:-

The Great Ingleton Easter Egg Hunt – 1st to 16th April 2023

Sheafstock Live Music – 7th – 9th April 2023. 

Food & Drink Festival at Country Harvest – 8th – 11th June 2023

1940s Homeguard Weekend – Friday 30th June – Sunday 2nd July 2023

Ingleton Gala – 15th July 2023

Canyoning Symposium – 7th – 10th September 2023

Various Christmas events listed on our calendar below. 

Please check back often as the calendar is updated regularly with things to see and do here in the Ingleton area, including regular village events.

 

Events by Date Order

Apr
27
Thu
Willow Weaving Workshops (See details for specific items you’ll be making) Broadrake @ Broadrake
Apr 27 @ 9:45 am – 5:00 pm

27th April 2017 – Garden Structures

28th June – Curlews

29th June 2017 – Curlews (booked up)

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.

Jun
28
Wed
Willow Weaving Workshops (See details for specific items you’ll be making) Broadrake @ Broadrake
Jun 28 @ 9:45 am – 5:00 pm

27th April 2017 – Garden Structures

28th June – Curlews

29th June 2017 – Curlews (booked up)

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.

Jun
29
Thu
Willow Weaving Workshops (See details for specific items you’ll be making) Broadrake @ Broadrake
Jun 29 @ 9:45 am – 5:00 pm

27th April 2017 – Garden Structures

28th June – Curlews

29th June 2017 – Curlews (booked up)

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.

Sep
13
Wed
Willow Weaving Workshops (See details for specific items you’ll be making) Broadrake @ Broadrake
Sep 13 @ 9:45 am – 5:00 pm

27th April 2017 – Garden Structures

28th June – Curlews

29th June 2017 – Curlews (booked up)

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.