10th February Standard Raceday
25th February Standard Raceday
5th March Standard Raceday
9th April Standard Raceday
23rd April Standard Raceday
6th May Standard Raceday
24th May Standard Raceday
30th May Standard Raceday
6th June Standard Raceday
2nd July Standard Raceday
9th July Standard Raceday
16th July Salute our Heros Raceday
23rd July Yorkshire Racing Summer Festival
5th August Family Day
15th August Ladies Evening
27th August - Family Day
20th September - Standard Raceday
7th October - Standard Raceday
18th October - Standard Raceday
28th October - Final Flat Meeting
16th April - Season Opener
24th April - Afternoon Racing
5th May - May Day Raceday
13th May Afternoon racing
24th May A Very British Raceday
28th May Evening of the Horse
11th June Afternoon Racing
24th June Afternoon Racing
4th & 5th July Big Racing Weekender
15th July Afternoon Racing
21st July Go racing in Yorkshire Summer Festival Night
29th July Newcomers Raceday
13th August Journal Ladies Raceday
14th August afternoon Racing
24th August Sunday Best Family Raceday
30th August Beverley Bullet Raceday
17th September Afternoon Racing
23rd September - Season Closer
http://beverley-racecourse.co.uk/racing/season-calendar for tickets
East Gill Force
Cautley Spout - in the Howgills
Janet's Foss - small & pretty located near to Malham
Stainforth Foss/Force: a picturesque waterfall where you can sometimes see Salmon leaping upstream - check the time of year for this type of viewing
Ingleton waterfalls - this is a series of waterfalls (one is in the picture above) - depending on the amount of rainfall locally this can be very spectacular, it is also a nice well signposted walk and is suitable for most though we do recommend sensible shoes.
Catrigg Force - small waterfall located a mile upstream from Stainforth village.
Force Gill Waterfall - 6 meter waterfall just a short detour from the 3 peaks rout between Ribblehead Viaduct and Whernside.
Hardraw Force - this is the longest single drop waterfall in England - pay at the Green Dragon Pub to be let through to the viewing area.
Information from the Distinctly Dales Program in partnership with the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Nidderdale Plus.
If you are looking for something for the family or not requiring specialist equipment Yorkshire has a generous selection of show caves, where guided tours will supply you with the information about the cave systems.
Ingleborough Cave near Clapham - http://www.ingleboroughcave.co.uk/
White Scar Caves near Ingleton - http://www.whitescarcave.co.uk/ - the longest show cave in the UK
How Stean Gorge in Nidderdale - http://howstean.co.uk/
Stump Cross Caverns at Greenhow - http://stumpcrosscaverns.co.uk/
For the more adventurous there is direct caving in various locations such as
Kingsdale Master System, Gaping Gill System, Alum Pot, Hull Pot and Hunt Pot.
Other distinctive rock formations and locations for walking and viewing
Malham Tarn and Semerwater
Sink holes such as Braithwaite Wife Hole & Churn Milk Hole
Thieves Moss in Crummackdale
Castleberg Crag above Settle
Earl's Seat and Simon's Seat on Barden Fell
All information received from Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority and for more info check out - http://www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/
Thursday 17th April Ripon ‘Cock o’ the North’ Handicap1.55pm 5.25pm
Saturday 26th April AtTheRaces Handicap Stakes1.40pm5.15pm
Friday 9th MaySatallite Information Services Handicap5.55pm 8.40pm
Sunday 18th MayFamily Day 2.10pm5.10pm
Tuesday 3rd JuneWilmot-Smith Memorial Cup2.25pm5.30pm
Wednesday 4th JuneDirectors Cup6.40pm9.10pm
Wednesday 18th JuneWells Memorial Trophy7.00pm 9.30pm
Thursday 19th JuneLadies’ Day 2.20pm5.55pm
Monday 7th JulyLe Tour Race Evening 6.50pm9.20pm
Saturday 19th JulyRipon Bellringer Handicap 2.00pm5.30pm
Monday 4th AugustChildren’s Day2.15pm5.45pm
Tuesday 5th AugustYorkshire inBloom Handicap6.10pm 8.40pm
Saturday 16th AugustWilliam Hill Great St.Wilfrid Handicap 2.15pm5.45pm
Monday 25th AugustThe EBF Ripon Champion Two Year Old Trophy – Bank Holiday Showdown1.55pm5.20pm
Tuesday 26th AugustCity of Ripon Handicap2.00pm5.50pmDay
Saturday 27th SeptemberRipon, Cathedral City of the Dales Handicap 2.10pm and 5.25pm
Tuesday 18th Feb - Museums as Muses, 10.30-16.30pm Use the museum collections to inspire your writing with author and heritage interpreter Irene Lofthouse - email Irene.firstname.lastname@example.org £40
Wednesday 19th February - Create a coat of arms 10.30-12 or 12.30-14.00 or 14.45 to 16.15. Join Tudor Artist and storyteller Mari Monipenni to create a coat of arms to take home. For children aged 5-11. Booking essential £5
Thursday 20th February - Green man Mosaic-making 10.30-12.00 or 12.30 -14.00 or 14.45-16.15, Have you seen the Green Man in the woods or trees near you? The Leaf lady will help you to create your own story and mosaic to take home. For children aged 4 to 14. Booking essential £5.
Friday 21 February - Story Walk 12-13.00 or 13.30-14.30 or 15.00-16.00 Walk with Wanda and hear strange stories about headless horsemen, grinning gargoyles and other spine-tingling tales from the Dales. For Children aged 8-12. Booking essential £3.50
Friday 21 February - The Herriot Dales Vet: History or Myth? 19.30 - A talk by local vet Adam Hurn. Part of the Friends of the Dales Countryside Museum annual lecture program £2.
Saturday 22 February - Birds, Beast and Flowers 10am-16.00 - A needle felting workshop with felt artist Emma Fountain. All materials supplied. Booking essential £20.00
April 7th - Standard Raceday
April 21st - Easter Monday Family Raceday with children's entertainment, face painting, balloon modelling, bouncy castles, magician an stilt walkers.
May 1st - Standard Raceday
May 19th - Standard Raceday
May 26th - Zetland Gold Cup Day - Highlight of the Spring Racing Season with the Cup taking place on Bank Holiday Monday. Family entertainment all day.
May 27th - Standard Raceday
June 20th - Standard Raceday
June 21st - Ladies Day - alongside the 7 races there is also Best Dressed Lady and Best Hat taking place during the afternoon.
July 20th - H4H Family Fun Day - Teaming up with Help for Heroes and The Felix Fund, lots of children's entertainment and entrance from £5 per adult.
July 30th - Standard Raceday
August 9th - Caribbean Carnival Day - Boogie along with the Paradise Steel Band who will be performing throughout the day. Children and adults can enter the fancy dress competition.
August 23rd - Ladies & Gents Evening - Red Carpet Event, featurning casino tables, pamper zone, live band chilli and the Peanuts with best dressed lady, gent and couple competitions.
September 9th - Standard Raceday
September 24th - Standard Raceday
October 4th - Tote Two Year Old Trophy - top quality racing and entertainment
October 17th - Standard Raceday
October 27th - Standard Raceday
November 4th - Sta
»York Early Show 21st - 23rd March»
York Easter Week Event 9th - 13th April»
Harrogate Spring Flower Show 24th - 27th April»
Otley Show 17th May»
Yorkshire Game Fair 25th - 26th May»
York Spring Event 29th May - 1st June»
Patchings Festival 5th - 8th June»
Great Yorkshire Show 8th - 10th July»
Driffield Show 16th July»
Thornton Le Dale Show 6th August»
Mirfield Show 17th August»
York Summer Event 21st - 24th August»
Kilnsey Show 26th August»
Harrogate Autumn Flower Show 12th - 14th September
» Sheffield Christmas Festival 10th - 11th October »
York October Show30th Oct. - 2nd November
»Crafts For Christmas6th - 9th November»
York Early Christmas Festival 7th - 16th November»
St Nicholas Fair, York 27th November - 2nd December
» Guildhall Early Christmas Show York3rd - 11thDecember
» Guildhall Late Christmas Show York12th- 21stDecember
» York Early Chalets3rd - 11th December
» York Late Chalets12th - 21st December
Or take a look at http://www.madeinyorkshire.org.uk for more info.
Ever fancied learning the secrets behind Thai Cooking? Well from 2014 the Sukhothai restaurants (based in Harrogate and Leeds) will be doing chef master classes on selected Wednesday evenings. head chef and owner Ban Kaewkraikhot will be personally teaching these classes at their Chapel Allerton Branch. During the 3 hour class you will learn to make a starter, main course and traditional Thai dessert. There will be limited numbers per class so that each student will get one on one time with the teacher and a goodie bag on departure - all for the Yorkshire price of £50.00. for more information email email@example.com.
I would also say that the Sukhothai is an excellent addition to the Harrogate restaurant scene enjoyed by locals and tourists alike.
Mirabelle burst onto the Harrogate Restaurant scene with exquisite French cooking with high quality Yorkshire ingredients.
Mid week menu is 2 courses from £17.50 or 3 courses for £19.95 - Monday to Thursday 6pm-9pm
Mirabelle is also putting on specially themed culinary events for the Stages of the Tour De France
March 19th - Loire
April 30th Burgundy
May 14th Bordeaux
June 11th Four Stages
June 18th Four Stages
September - 17th Alsace
October 15th Champagne
November 20th Beaujolais