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The events listed on this website are in and around the National Park. The events are listed and managed by businesses and other organisations. The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is not responsible for events unless it is stated that we are the organiser. If you have any queries about events please contact the event organiser directly.


The Green Howards Museum Richmond, North Yorkshire

FREE exhibition in the museum entrance showcasing the enduring links between the regiment and the town. Featuring the stories of local people and their military connections over time, we hope […]

Special Exhibition: D Day

The Green Howards Museum Richmond, North Yorkshire

The ONLY Victoria Cross awarded on D Day: 6 June 1944 was earned by a Green Howards soldier, Company Sergeant Major, Stan Hollis. Our special exhibition, in this, the 80th […]

Words: A series of Journal Quilts – Contemporary Quilt Group

Farfield Mill Garsdale Road, Sedbergh, Cumbria

Contemporary Quilt Group is a specialist group within the Quilters’ Guild. Its members are a diverse collection of quilters and textile artists, working at the cutting edge of our practice, […]

Settle Flowerpot Festival

Settle Town Main Street Settle, North Yorkshire

Stroll around Settle during the summer months and be amazed, amused, astounded & astonished by the quirky flowerpot displays decorating the town. The Flowerpot Festival is FREE, and you can […]


Drystone Walling Demonstration

Dales Countryside Museum Station Yard, Hawes, North Yorkshire

Drystone Walling Demonstration. Join Dales Volunteers as they showcase the traditional craft of drystone walling. They will explain the construction of this iconic feature of the National Park landscape. Included […]

Guided Walk – Hawes Town Trail

Dales Countryside Museum Station Yard, Hawes, North Yorkshire

Join us on our Hawes Town Trail guided walk. Our experienced Dales Volunteers will guide you on this short 2.5 mile (3.5km) walk. Walk through the lovely market town and […]

Magnets in Archaeology

Dales Countryside Museum Station Yard, Hawes, North Yorkshire

In this afternoon session Liz will look at the use of magnets in archaeology. How do they help us find and date sites. Included in museum admission

Abstract Acrylics Course

Yore Mill Craft Shop and Gallery Yore Mill, Church Bank, Leyburn

Learn to work confidently with a limited palette. Look for the patterns and textures in the environment. Look for contrast and harmony, warm and cool, receding and advancing in colour. […]


Orton Farmers’ Market

Orton Market Hall Penrith, Cumbria

At Orton Farmers' Market over 25 local farmers, growers, producers & artisan craftsmen offer a tremendous variety of high quality and speciality local produce and crafts. Themed markets each month. A […]