Archaeologists in the North York Moors National Park who are investigating the hidden past of the Victorian mining industry are offering guided tours to visitors during July. The tours will run twice daily at 11am and 2pm from Tuesday 3 to Saturday 7 July, and again from Tuesday 10 to Saturday 14 July.
Dry conditions over recent weeks have forced the North York Moors National Park Authority to announce a fire alert. Read more
Our lovely village is holding its annual Open Gardens & Summer Market event.
You will have the opportunity to explore a variety of 14 gardens, large and small, including our village pinfold, the beautiful gardens of the Manor House and Braithwaite Hall. Read more
Come celebrate the Royal Wedding with us at our Gin Festival Sat 19th May.
We have 3 tickets options:-
- Afternoon Sitting 2pm-5:30pm – £10 + booking fee
- Evening Sitting 6pm-9:30pm – £10 + booking fee
- Afternoon & Evening Sitting 2pm-9:30pm – £18 (includes a free drink) + booking fee
Tickets include entrance into the Gin Tent, a gin guide of all the gins, a brief introduction, light snacks on each table and a complimentary balloon gin glass to take home with you.
There will be Tipi’s, live music from a local musician, food which can be purchased seperately, (BBQ for the daytime sitting & Hog Roast for the evening sitting) and a chance for you to meet other gin lovers.
You will also be able to meet some of the gin suppliers.
Drink Tokens £4. Our standard single gins with a mixer & garnish are £4 (1 token) and the Gin Coctails are £8 (2 tokens). We accept cash and card payments.
Bottles of Gin will be on sale at the event if you want to stock up on your favourite.
The event will have a range of gins from around the UK and a lovely selection of different tonics & garnishes to try with them.
Tickets only available to over 18. Please bring your tickets with you to the event.
Supported by The Little Gin Festival
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