Craven’s canine population is invited to share in Kingsway Vets recent celebration in achieving Veterinary Hospital Status from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Canine chums, their feline friends and owners will benefit from a free microchipping service ahead of...
Click here to view the walk (PDF) Distance: 6km (4 miles) Time: a minimum of 1 1/2 hours Accessibility: a strenuous walk with a long steep climb to start, parts of the route are rocky and can get muddy and slippy. Click here...
80% of British workers would give up their day job to start a new business linked to a hobby or a passion of theirs if money was no objective according to a new survey1. Nearly half (49%) have little...
They’ve covered millions of miles on Yorkshire Dales roads, but now the orange and black buses of Pennine Motor Services have driven back to the depot for the last time. On Friday 16 May at 9.15pm, the final bus left...
Four short walks from the village each between 1/2 hour and 1 hour. Click here to view a map of the walks Chew Lane (a leisurely half hour) This walk takes you along west street, past the Village Hall, over the canal...
Click here to view details of the walk A circular 76 mile walk starting and ending in Grassington. Discover for yourself the rich and varied landscape of the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. Inspirational landscapes, beautiful villages, local food and...
Buckden Cray Hubberholme Circuit Distance: 7km (4 miles) Time: a minimum of 1 1/2 hours Ascent/descent: strenuous climb at the start Accessibility: the steep climb out of Buckden is rough and rocky in places. The riverside path can get muddy in places. Buckden Cray...
Prepare yourselves for 10 incredible hot tips on how to make your wedding stand out from the crowd. Many weddings tend to be the same and don’t reflect the couple’s uniqueness. So Northern Life has devised 10 ways to...
Click here to view the walk Distance 21.3km (13.2miles) Time 5 -6 hours. Description The walk has an initial climb of over 350m from your starting out point at Bolton Abbey to the highest point of 485m at Simon's Seat Click here to...
In the mid 1980s my late cousin Linda, who lived at Foster’s Leap farm, was working as a barmaid at the nearby Herders’ Inn above the ancient hamlet of Wycoller. It was a wild, December night and outside there...

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