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Thorns through Time

  • Posted On: 26 October 2018
Thorns through Time

The story of an abandoned settlement


A Portrait of Ingleborough

A collection of photographs illustrating how people live, enjoy and work on and around the mountain.

  • Posted On: 24 August 2018
A Portrait of Ingleborough Thanks to National Lottery players, a collection of portraits capturing many of the local characters living and working around Ingleborough today will be on public display at The Folly in Settle. Local photographer Hilary Fenten was commissioned by charity Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT) to create a ‘snapshot in time’ of Ingleborough’s social history, as part of the Stories in Stone scheme.   Having lived for over 30 years in Selside near...

Birds of Ingleborough

A 20 year review

  • Posted On: 15 August 2018
Birds of Ingleborough

As part of our website, brand and interpretation work we are pleased to make this report by Brian Shorrock and Chloë Lumsdon available to download.


Ribblehead Landscape Enhancements

  • Posted On: 24 May 2018
Ribblehead Landscape Enhancements The iconic Ribblehead Viaduct is probably England’s most famous railway viaduct.  The site is well visited and heavily used by thousands of people accessing the Yorkshire Three Peaks and supporting charity walks, often in large numbers. However, this usage, together with ad hoc parking and camping, has led to significant erosion problems and seasonal vegetation damage around the viaduct, historical construction site and roadside verges, with this damage increased by severe...

Celebrating the success of our Rural Trainees

  • Posted On: 4 May 2018
Celebrating the success of our Rural Trainees

18-months has passed very quickly, which led us to saying good-bye to Chloë and Tom. We are sad to see them go, but so proud of their achievements. Read more to see what they are getting up to now.


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