Wow! That’s the usual reaction from folk when they experience the Yorkshire Dales National Park and here we explore the things that create that magical feeling.
Our blog takes a look at some of the issues and challenges the National Park and its communities face, as well as celebrating its cultural and historic environment, its traditions and its curiosities. Plus we bring you the latest news and insights in to the work that we are doing.
Posts are by National Park Authority officers and guest bloggers. We hope you enjoy reading them.
Our latest posts
Friday 26 November, 2021, by Alex Green
Sixteen-year-old Andrew Clay started with Dales Young Rangers in April 2018 and his volunteering has contributed towards completing his Duke […]
Sunday 21 November, 2021, by Sam Cage
On the morning of the 17th September, I was lucky enough to join the truly inspiring Abbie Barnes as she […]
Tuesday 16 November, 2021, by Julie Hutton
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is required, under the Public Sector Equality Duty (Section 149 of the Equality Act […]
Sunday 31 October, 2021, by Lily Mulvey
Happy Halloween! The spookiest time of the year is fast approaching, so now is the perfect time to explore one […]
Thursday 28 October, 2021, by Sam Cage
As we get back into the dark wintery nights we will begin to see the beauty of the night sky […]
Tuesday 26 October, 2021, by Karen Griffiths
In this blogpost Jan Hicks explores an early trade route called ‘Breasthigh’ which runs west from Greenholme via Bretherdale (where […]
Monday 25 October, 2021, by Karen Griffiths
Local historian and archaeologist Jan Hicks has been carrying out some on-the-ground research for the ‘A Way Through’ project. She […]
Tuesday 19 October, 2021, by Karen Griffiths
Thanks to Hilary Wilson for passing these notes made by George Horn of Tebay of his days working on construction […]
Thursday 14 October, 2021, by Karen Griffiths
There’s been quite a bit of interest in the research that we’ve been doing as part of the ‘A Way […]
Sunday 26 September, 2021, by Lucy Herbert
Today we were working at Hudswell Woods with the National Trust to help repair some paths. This was great for […]