We’ve lots going on in the Ingleton area with something to interest you throughout the year. If you are interested in a 2020 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, 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 – Event Cancelled
Sheafstock (Live music) – 10th – 12th April – Event Cancelled
Escape to the Dales Cycle Sportive – 28th June Cancelled
1940s Homeguard Weekend – 3rd – 5th July – Event Cancelled
Food Fair at Country Harvest – 10th – 12th July
Ingleton Gala – 18th July – GARDEN GALA
Ingleton’s Golden Snitch Trail – 5th September Event Cancelled
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
Guided Walk – South House, Sulber & Upper Pasture
An archaeological foray on the Ingleborough National Nature Reserve with Colin Newlands and Chris Bonsall, members of the Ingleborough Archaeology Group.
The walk is a moderate one of about 7km. Bring waterproofs and walking boots. Dogs should be kept under close control at all times.
Date: Monday 15th May 2017 Time: 6.20pm
Where: Meet at Horton-in-Ribblesdale Car Park on the B6479
Cost: Free – Donations to OGUG Age: All ages
Access: Unsuitable for wheelchairs and buggies
Booking: Just turn up
A great opportunity to join Natural England and Ingleborough Archaeology Group to discover some of the many hidden archaeological and historical treasures on Ingleborough National Nature Reserve. Set in the heart of the famous Three Peaks area of the Yorkshire Dales National Park there will be a choice of two guided walks. One walk will head south from Ribblehead down Ribblesdale, through Colt Park towards Selside (8km/5 miles). The other will head south-west along Chapel-le-Dale to Southerscales (9km/5.5 miles). Both walks start and finish at Ribblehead Quarry.
Ingleborough NNR may be visited throughout the year, but for these archaeology walks on the 10th September 2017 pre-booking is required. Please note that because of the upland location both walks are weather dependant.
Booking Contact: Colin Newlands
Call: 01524 242021
Booking opens: 1 July 2017 09:00
Booking closes: 6 September 2017 17:00
Both walks are moderate difficulty over open fell and uneven ground but have no steep ascents or descents. The routes go through areas of limestone pavement, which becomes very slippery in wet weather. The walk along Chapel-le-Dale is boggy in places. Please wear appropriate outdoor clothing/footwear. Stout walking shoes/boots with a good grip are advised. Mobile phone coverage in the area is very patchy and should not be relied upon. The nearest public toilets are located in the main visitor car park in Ingleton.
Max 20 people per tour/session. Livestock, including cattle, may be present on the walk routes. Dogs must be kept under close control at all times. Please bring food and drink with you as refreshments will not be provided.
Meet at the entrance to Ingleborough National Nature Reserve at Ribblehead Quarry (SD7660 7886) at 1300 hours (1pm). There is limited car parking available close to the quarry entrance. Please do not block the gates into the quarry or the railway sidings as vehicle access may be required to these areas at any time. There is also lay-by parking at Ribblehead on the B6255 Ingleton-Hawes road. The nearest railway station is Ribblehead, a short walk from the NNR entrance. From the station walk down the access track to the B6255, turn left, walk under the railway bridge and turn first left again up the track running parallel with the railway line. The entrance to the NNR is on the right after 300m. Walks will return to Ribblehead Quarry by 1700 hours (5.00pm).
Natural England & Ingleborough Archaeology Group