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Join local volunteer Griff Fellows, author of The Waterfalls of England, to discover the seven fine waterfalls which can be found within a short distance of each other in the Keld area.
Join us for this pleasant, gentle guided walk through the meadows to the confluence of Birkdale and Sleddale becks - the official source of the River Swale.
Join our popular flower identification walk, organised in conjunction with Yoredale Natural History Society. Identify up to 100 different types of wildflower along a gentle and scenic walk from Keld to Muker via the famous hay meadows.
Meet at Keld Resource Centre and travel by car to Ravenseat Farm, home of Amanda Owen - the Yorkshire Shepherdess - and her family. Enjoy afternoon tea served by the Owen family followed by a gentle guided walk back to Keld.
Advance booking is essential for this event.
Come and join us for our annual Open Day. There will be themed displays, short guided walks, a tombola stall and afternoon cream teas. See the new display panels and audio booth for the Yorkshire Dales National Park 'Every Barn Tells A Story' project and find out about the progress of the Community Orchard. Find out about our future exciting plans and events.
This guided walk will take you in the footsteps of Ella Pontefract and Mary Hartley with extracts from their book Swaledale. Sites to be visited include Crackpot Hall, Swinnergill and Hartlakes.
Come to our talk and public exhibition on the history and farming management of the hardy Swaledale sheep - the iconic emblem of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Afternoon cream teas will be served in the Keld Resource Centre Upper Room - all proceeds will support our future work.
Join us for a guided walk through the rich lead mining landscape of Gunnerside Gill, covering the Sir Francis, Lowanthwaite and Blakethwaite mining sites and opencast hillside hushing remains.
Please note: the walk starts from outside the King's Head pub in Gunnerside.
Find out more about the remarkable story of Richard and Cherry Kearton with this special talk and exhibition. From their childhoods in Thwaite, where they developed their interest in the natural world, the Kearton brothers became celebrated pioneers of wildlife photography.