indoor meetings are held at the Community Centre in Ingleton on the
3rd Monday of each month starting at 7.30pm. Non members are welcome.
There is a small admission charge which includes light refreshments
addition to our regular programme of walks and talks we also offer a
number of Special
Events throughout the year.
/SPRING TALKS 2013
all at the Ingleborough Community Centre
Bank Barns, Boskins and Bee Boles
Triumphs & Tribulations:
an illustrated review of the IAG Field Activities 2012
note that this talk was originally scheduled for 21st January but was
cancelled due to bad weather
Thomas Fenwick of Burrow (1729-94);
his lands at Ingleton and other stories
Jennifer S Holt
29th Cave Archaeology:
Ingleborough and the Three Counties System
John 'Lugger' Thorp
Please note that this talk was previously
scheduled for 18th March
at the venue or at the Community Centre, Ingleton or at the Market Place,
Settle to share cars.
Please bring warm clothing, wet weather gear and stout walking shoes.
20th Old Middle House - Malham Tarn
Dr David Johnson
Meet 6.30pm at Street Gate, Malham Moor (SD905
656) or Ingleton 5.45pm or Settle 6.00pm Approx 3 miles - easy to moderate
- on paths and tracks. Dogs to be kept under close control. Please bring
17th Discovering the history, character and vernacular architecture
of Troutbeck Village
Meet 7.00pm in the lay-by near
Church Bridge just off the main A592 Windermere to Ullswater road (NY412
026) or Ingleton 5.45pm or Settle 5.30pm. Approx 2 miles - easy to moderate
- mainly on paths and pavements. Dogs to be kept under close control
18th (Thurs) The Iron-Age (Nidderdale) Project
Gillian Hovell & Jim Brophy
Meet 11.00am on the grass verge by Clocken Syke Farm,
Dairy Lane, Dacre (Dacre Top) HG3 4AE (SE1869 6018) or Settle 9.45am
or Ingleton 9.30am. Approx 2miles - moderate - some open fell and exposed
high ground. Please bring packed lunch. No dogs please.
21st (Sat) Baildon Moor: 8000 years of landscape change
Meet 10.30am Baildon Top Car Park (SE1428 4069) or Settle 9.15am
or Ingleton 9.00am. Approx 4-5miles - moderate - mainly on paths and
open fell. Please bring packed lunch. No dogs please.
at the Ingleborough Community Centre 7.30pm start.
21st AGM followed by The Early Wills of Upper Ribblesdale
Mike & Mary Slater, Sheila Gordon, Helen Sargeant
18th The Siverdale & Furness
16th The Archaeology of Swaledale:
Lessons from the SWAAG LEADER
followed by mince
pies and drinks!
here to see our 2012 Programme