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Free Stalls at Events and Free Music Event

A couple of Great Free Events to come to and get involved in this Summer.

This year, we have a few  opportunities for you to work in partnership with us, to help promote your activities.

  1. The Malham Tarn “Tarntastic!” open days on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th July.
  2. A Festival Event around the Yorkshire Dales Walking Festival in Settle on Sunday 18th August
  3. Space to display what you do around the Centre
  4. Other Events

Also, Calling all musicians, and Music Lovers !! – At the Tarntastic Events, we’ll have Local Band  The Moonbeams and also Ben Avison performing, and they will also be helping to run a Jam session – get in touch / turn up  to get involved – slots for more bands available.

Hear some of their music here (click the pictures )

The Events :

At Malham Tarn Field Centre

The Field Studies Council is celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2013.

Malham Tarn Field Centre is holding an Open Weekend “ Tarntastic!” on the 27th and 28th July, where we will showcase The FSC, Malham Tarn and The Yorkshire Dales, and lots of people and groups associated with us and the area.

The event will be advertised widely, to our members and the public, and it is free entry.

All the buildings and grounds will be utilized for displays and activities, and we are inviting you to come along and get involved.

We plan on having some local live music, local food, crafts and activities

We are looking for people to get involved, and showcase what they do; it could prove to be a great opportunity for you to promote your business/activity. We will have spaces in some of the workrooms for demonstrations, and talks, and there will be outside spaces for stalls to set up.

There will be no cost to you to have a stall, and you can sell your goods, and promote your services/business. We also have an opportunity for you to do short demonstrations, seminars, talks etc in our schedule of events.

Display / demonstration spaces are available for the whole weekend, or just one day, and we may have some bed and breakfast accommodation available. Please let us know as soon as possible if you are interested in getting involved. Current associated partners of Malham Tarn have preference on space, if booked in by Mid April.

At the Walking Festival

The Yorkshire Dales Walking Festival is quite a large event with several thousand taking part, and growing. Via local Community Group  Settle Festival,  we are organising a community festival at the start and finish line at the Rugby Club in Settle; running all day, with craft and food stalls, activity providers, family games, and information about the region. This event will be advertised widely, nationally,  alongside the Walk for All, and should be well attended. It is free entry to the public on the day, and there is the opportunity for people/groups  to promote their business, run activities, sell products, and raise money.

Stall, demonstration and display space is available, as well as space to run activities. There will be a small pitch fee to cover some of the costs, starting at £20 for a table/small stall/gazebo space.

Display Space

We are also currently offering wall and installation space around the Field Centre and grounds for anyone wanting to promote and sell their work.

Other Events

We are planning to be present at several shows, outdoor events and suchlike this year, to help promote the Centre; there may well be partnership opportunities to work with us for mutual benefit at such events.

Please contact me to express any interest or reserve your space at either of the 2 scheduled events, or to discuss further details on anything: or telephone via the Centre 01729 830331 if just interested in the Walking Festival Event

We hope you embrace this opportunity to be involved in at least 2 great events. If you can’t be involved, please feel free to attend, or help promote it. Further details will be available via  traditional media , as well as various websites and social media including:

kind regards

Mark Dale

Hospitality and Events Manager

Malham Tarn Field Centre

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