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 – 23rd March to 7th April 2024

Sheafstock Live Music – 29th – 31st March 2024. 

Food & Drink Festival at Country Harvest – 7th, 8th, 9th June 2024

1940s Homeguard Weekend – Friday 5th – Sunday 7th July 2024

Ingleton Gala – 20th July 2024

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

Mar
17
Thu
Public Presentation – Ingleton Village Team (Village centre regeneration) @ Ingleborough Community Centre
Mar 17 @ 5:45 pm – 7:15 pm
Public Presentation - Ingleton Village Team (Village centre regeneration) @ Ingleborough Community Centre | Ingleton | United Kingdom

Come along to find about plans to regenerate the village. Plans include street signage design and the main square.
Press Release:
Work to improve Ingleton car park begins
Work to refurbish Craven District Council’s car park in Ingleton to encourage more shoppers to the village began this week.
The aim is to make the car park more accessible, pedestrian-friendly and attractive, and to allow the village centre to be visible from the car park.
The work includes the creation of a new pedestrian walkway, resurfacing, new lighting and landscaping, including the removal of an old Portakabin to open up the view across the Viaduct.
The cost of car parking is also set to fall from March 24, when the works are due to be completed.
A ‘Pop and Shop’ scheme is being introduced, to allow 45 minutes’ parking for just 20p, while a new 90-minute parking period for 90p will also be introduced, replacing the old charge of 90p for one hour.
The scheme is the first to be delivered as part of the Ingleton Village Centre Action Plan, which was prepared by the Council in partnership with Ingleton Parish Council, Ingleton Area Business Group and Ingleton Rural Community Association.
Councillor Simon Myers, Craven District Council’s lead member for Enterprising Craven, said: “We have developed this plan following consultation with the local businesses and residents, having identified a need to encourage more people to use the village centre.
“Our consultation flagged up a lack of free or inexpensive, centrally located car parking in the village. These changes to the layout and parking charges are designed to provide a good quality car parking facility that is tailored to the needs of Ingleton – catering for residents and shoppers.”
The consultation had identified a feeling that lower parking charges in nearby centres made it difficult to attract shoppers, who were looking for low cost, short stay parking close to the central shopping area.
The council is investing up to £36,000 of the £110,000 contribution allocated by the Policy Committee on June 9, 2015 to support the delivery of the Action Plan.
The funding is from the council’s New Homes Bonus receipts which it agreed to use for the provision of infrastructure to support the communities and economy of Craven.
Editors Notes:
For further media information contact Craven District Council – Jenny Cornish: 01756 706315

Jun
20
Mon
Botanical Training Day @ Southerscales, Ingleborough NNR
Jun 20 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Botanical Training Day @ Southerscales, Ingleborough NNR

BOOKING ESSENTIAL. With its extraordinary views, wonderful
walks and dizzying heights, there is much
to love about Ingleborough National
Nature Reserve.
This June, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust needs
YOU to help us survey the plants on
two important sites at the heart of the
National Nature Reserve. Whether you
are a botanical novice or seasoned expert,
come along to our FREE training days to
learn more about the wonderful plant life
that makes Ingleborough so special.
We are running this event as part of
Stories in Stone, an ambitious four year
programme of conservation and
community projects, all about promoting
and protecting the fantastic natural and
cultural heritage in your local area. The
scheme has been developed by the
Ingleborough Dales Landscape Partnership
and supported by the National Lottery
through the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Join Judith Allinson, botanical expert, and Kate
Yates, Living Landscapes Officer at Yorkshire
Wildlife Trust, for a day’s introduction to
identifying and recording the unique flora of
Southerscales. The course is open to everyone
from complete beginners to experienced
botanists.

Jun
30
Thu
Botanical Training Day @ Southerscales, Ingleborough Nature Reserve
Jun 30 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Botanical Training Day @ Southerscales, Ingleborough Nature Reserve

BOOKING ESSENTIAL.
With its extraordinary views, wonderful walks and dizzying heights, there is much to love about Ingleborough National Nature Reserve.
This June, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust needs YOU to help us survey the plants on two important sites at the heart of the National Nature Reserve. Whether you are a botanical novice or seasoned expert, come along to our FREE training days to learn more about the wonderful plant life that makes Ingleborough so special.
We are running this event as part of Stories in Stone, an ambitious four-year programme of conservation and community projects, all about promoting and protecting the fantastic natural and cultural heritage in your local area. The scheme has been developed by the Ingleborough Dales Landscape Partnership and supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Thursday 30th June, 10am – 3pm
On this second day, we will be given unique access to Southerscales settlement, a fascinating archaeological site on the western flank of Ingleborough. Very little is known about the flora there, so we will be putting our new found identification skills to the test as we conduct a botanical survey of this historically significant site.