Dairy Days - A Taste in Time

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Pop in and see Curriculum Kitchen's Jane Sammells as she talks about how cheese and butter were made at home in a traditional Yorkshire Dales` farmhouse. Learn the difference between rennet and whey and see a demonstration of butter making. Part of the Dairy Days Project celebrating Wensleydale's Dairying Heritage. Included in museum admission. The Dairy Days Project aims to record, research and share Wensleydale’s dairying heritage. It is run by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority with a generous grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Find out more on the project blog  /https://blog.yorkshiredales.org.uk/dairy-days/  Continue reading

Dairy Days - A Taste in Time

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Pop in and see Curriculum Kitchen's Jane Sammells as she talks about how cheese and butter were made at home in a traditional Yorkshire Dales` farmhouse. Learn the difference between rennet and whey and see a demonstration of butter making. Part of the Dairy Days Project celebrating Wensleydale's Dairying Heritage. Included in museum admission. The Dairy Days Project aims to record, research and share Wensleydale’s dairying heritage. It is run by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority with a generous grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Find out more on the project blog https://blog.yorkshiredales.org.uk/dairy-days/  Continue reading

Dairy Days - A Taste in Time

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Pop in and see Curriculum Kitchen's Jane Sammells as she talks about how cheese and butter were made at home in a traditional Yorkshire Dales` farmhouse. Learn the difference between rennet and whey and see a demonstration of butter making. Part of the Dairy Days Project celebrating Wensleydale's Dairying Heritage. Included in museum admission. The Dairy Days Project aims to record, research and share Wensleydale’s dairying heritage. It is run by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority with a generous grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Find out more on the project blog https://blog.yorkshiredales.org.uk/dairy-days/Continue reading

Dairy Days - A Taste in Time

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Pop in and see Curriculum Kitchen's Jane Sammells as she talks about how cheese and butter were made at home in a traditional Yorkshire Dales` farmhouse. Learn the difference between rennet and whey and see a demonstration of butter making. Part of the Dairy Days Project celebrating Wensleydale's Dairying Heritage. Included in museum admission. The Dairy Days Project aims to record, research and share Wensleydale’s dairying heritage. It is run by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority with a generous grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Find out more on the project blog https://blog.yorkshiredales.org.uk/dairy-days/Continue reading

Melmerby Griff Mill

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Annual General Meeting of the Friends of the Dales Countryside Museum followed by a talk by Tony Keates on the  history of Melmerby Griff Mill.   Free - donations welcome.Continue reading

Dairy Days - A Taste in Time

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Pop in and see Curriculum Kitchen's Jane Sammells as she talks about how cheese and butter were made at home in a traditional Yorkshire Dales` farmhouse. Learn the difference between rennet and whey and see a demonstration of butter making. Part of the Dairy Days Project celebrating Wensleydale's Dairying Heritage. Included in museum admission. The Dairy Days Project aims to record, research and share Wensleydale’s dairying heritage. It is run by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority with a generous grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Find out more on the project blog https://blog.yorkshiredales.org.uk/dairy-days/Continue reading

Dairy Days - A Taste in Time

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Pop in and see Curriculum Kitchen's Jane Sammells as she talks about how cheese and butter were made at home in a traditional Yorkshire Dales` farmhouse. Learn the difference between rennet and whey and see a demonstration of butter making. Part of the Dairy Days Project celebrating Wensleydale's Dairying Heritage. Included in museum admission. The Dairy Days Project aims to record, research and share Wensleydale’s dairying heritage. It is run by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority with a generous grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Find out more on the project blog https://blog.yorkshiredales.org.uk/dairy-days/Continue reading

Printing Fun

Fun printing with artist Gill Kirk. Create your own landscape scene using monoprinting techniques complete with drystone walls and woolly sheep. £3 per child.Continue reading

Hawes Late Night Christmas Shopping

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Come and join us in Hawes for a late night shopping event on every Friday evening in November. There will be an excellent variety of local independent shops, cafes and the Dales Countryside Museum, offering a fabulous shopping experience along with food , mulled wine, music, craft workshops and children's activities with free entry to the museum.Continue reading

Hawes Late Night Christmas Shopping

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Come and join us in Hawes for a late night shopping event on every Friday evening in November. There will be an excellent variety of local independent shops, cafes and the Dales Countryside Museum, offering a fabulous shopping experience along with food , mulled wine, music, craft workshops and children's activities with free entry to the museum.Continue reading

Hawes Late Night Christmas Shopping

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Come and join us in Hawes for a late night shopping event on every Friday evening in November. There will be an excellent variety of local independent shops, cafes and the Dales Countryside Museum, offering a fabulous shopping experience along with food , mulled wine, music, craft workshops and children's activities with free entry to the museum.Continue reading

Hawes Late Night Christmas Shopping

50 Years of Life & Tradition

Come and join us in Hawes for a late night shopping event on every Friday evening in November. There will be an excellent variety of local independent shops, cafes and the Dales Countryside Museum, offering a fabulous shopping experience along with food , mulled wine, music, craft workshops and children's activities with free entry to the museum.Continue reading