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  • Burned maps evoke ‘sense of loss’ for Dales ash trees

    Artist Mark Butler has used gunpowder to burn holes in a map of Barden Bridge over the Wharfe Date published: 20190910

  • ‘Dairy Days’ to open at DCM

    Wensleydale’s dairying heritage is being celebrated in an exhibition opening at the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes. Date published: 20190906

  • Malham peregrine young disperse

    It’s ‘all change’ for birds in the Dales: as starlings mass, the last swifts depart for Africa – and the closely-watched peregrine young of Malham Cove leave home. Date published: 20190902

  • Volunteers clear flood debris from bridleway

    Arkengarthdale residents including Parish Councillors and farmers were joined by keen walkers and mountain bikers from across the north of England on Saturday (10 Aug) for a post-flooding clean-up of Langthwaite bridleway.   Date published: 20190812

  • Minister visits flood-hit Yorkshire Dales

    The Minister for National Parks, Lord Gardiner, has visited Arkengarthdale and Swaledale to meet people affected by last week’s devastating floods. Date published: 20190809

  • Bridleway repaired with helicopter help

    On one of the warmest days of the year, National Park Authority rangers are shovelling and raking 100 tonnes of sandstone aggregate to repair a bridleway on Threshfield Moor in Craven. Date published: 20190723

  • ‘Yorkshire Day’ celebrated at National Park Centres

    An eleven-member ukulele band from Wensleydale will be playing at Aysgarth Falls National Park Centre on Yorkshire Day (Thurs 1 August). Date published: 20190722

  • Peregrine young take to the skies

    Four peregrine falcons born at Malham Cove this spring have taken their first flights, creating a spectacle for people visiting a free viewpoint at the base of the Cove. Date published: 20190701

  • Handing on Skills for the Future

    Recruitment is now underway for four countryside worker apprentices to join Belinda Lloyd, apprentice supervisor, recently appointed by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. This opportunity has been created as part of the Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership Scheme, grant funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.  Date published: 20190701

  • Coast to Coast path improved

    Access rangers are flagging a boggy section of the Coast to Coast footpath in upper Swaledale, in one of the biggest path enhancement projects of the year for the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. Date published: 20190701

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