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  1. Fly Fishing – A Local Gem

    Fly Fishing – A Local Gem For this blog we are featuring a local fishery at Helwith Bridge just under 4 miles from the guest house as it deserves some recognition. Set in the spender of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and close to the Settle to Carlisle railway and under the shadows of Pen-Y-Ghent […]

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  2. Fancy something different? A Dales Dip maybe?

    Fancy something different? A Dales Dip maybe? Les (Dales Dipper) is a friend of ours who, over the years has shared his passion for wild swimming on various social media platforms. Les has now combined his love for this pastime, so has now qualified officially  to take both newbies and experienced wild water swimmers to  […]

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  3. Farmers recommend new mapping tool

    Farmers recommend new mapping tool

    Farmers have helped to produce a new interactive map showing the location of important habitats in the Yorkshire Dales National Park – and are encouraging fellow land managers to use it to spot opportunities for new income streams and conservation work. The mapping tool – named ‘Re:Cover’ – is designed to help people looking to protect, expand […]

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  4. Exelby Services extends YDMT partnership

    Exelby Services extends YDMT partnership

      Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust has renewed its partnership with Exelby Services.   Now in its second year, the agreement has already seen 850 trees planted and 170 young people helped to connect with nature and learn new skills. Exelby Services are a family owned, independent distributor of bunkering and retails fuels across the North of […]

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  5. Lines on map time for new Local Plan

    Lines on map time for new Local Plan

    ‘Lines on map time’ for new Local Plan Bainbridge, 11 January 2021   People in the Yorkshire Dales National Park are being invited to put forward potential sites in their towns and villages for new housing.   Letters have been emailed to about 400 organisations and bodies including all Parish Councils in the National Park. […]

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  6. Settle – Your Mountain Bike Destination

    Settle – Your Mountain Bike Destination

    Settle – Your Mountain Bike Destination Mountain Biking in Settle Whether you prefer the natural or a trail centre we have both within easy access of our guest house. You can ride straight out onto the “Settle Loop” a 10 mile circular route which takes in parts of the Pennine Bridleway and with spectacular views […]

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  7. Happy New Year from Judith A

    Happy New Year from Judith A

    HAPPY NEW YEAR   from Judith Allinson – via her email ***  EMAIL IN BRIEF: *** 1. Go for lots of walks 2. Join Craven Conservation Group 3. 1-4 Jan = BSBI New Year Plant Hunt – there are still 2 days left to do this. https://nyph.bsbi.org/ 4. Mon 4 Jan 7.30pm_ Craven Speakers Club – by […]

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  8. Building Regulation Requirements

    Building Regulation Requirements

    Building regulations are minimum legal requirements regarding the safety and health of people living or working in and around buildings; the conservation of fuel, power, and water; and the provision of access to facilities. Did you know – even changing just one window requires an application to a Building Control Body for building regulation approval.  Alternatively, […]

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  9. Winter Economy Plan

    Winter Economy Plan

    GUEST ARTICLE SEPTEMBER 2020 Winter Economy Plan – here’s how it will affect you    The Chancellor unveiled his Winter Economy Plan last week which signalled the Government’s commitment to protecting businesses and their workers, with the launch of a new Job Support Scheme to replace furlough and an extension to the Self-Employment Income Support […]

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  10. The Yorkshire Dales through my lens 

    The Yorkshire Dales through my lens 

    Photography competition looks for Dales most-loved views This is the last call for amateur photographers to enter a Yorkshire Dales Photography Competition – and be in with a chance of having their work exhibited and featured in a charity calendar. With its spectacular landscapes, unique wildlife and vibrant communities, the Yorkshire Dales means something different […]

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  11. Returning to ‘normal’: what you might not know

    Returning to ‘normal’: what you might not know

    July 2020 Returning to ‘normal’: what you might not know Written by Mark Schofield, director at Haworths Chartered Accountants. To support businesses and individuals throughout COVID-19 and beyond, Haworths Chartered Accountants has created a special Resource Centre on its website, which contains a wealth of information and expert advice to navigate you through this time. […]

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  12. Langcliffe News 24 th July 2020

    Langcliffe News 24 th July 2020

    Church. Residents and visitors gathered around the Langcliffe Fountain, which is also the village War Memorial, to commemorate the Dedication and Unveiling of the village War Memorial exactly 100 years ago. Following the original service sheet, with the addition of poems and readings, the service was led by the Revd. Stephen Dawson and began with […]

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