Talks & Walks 2014

All 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 afterwards.

In addition to our regular programme of walks and talks we also offer a number of Special Events throughout the year.

WINTER /SPRING TALKS 2014
all at the Ingleborough Community Centre 7.30pm start.

January 20th
An illustrated review of IAG Field Activities 2013
Members of the Committee

February 17th
Furness Abbey and Daughter Houses:
Irish Sea relations in the twelfth century.
Fiona Edmonds

March 17th
Sheltering memory:
prehistoric caves and enclosures at New Laund Farm, Whitwell
Rick Peterson

April 28th
Roman & Native: the relationship between the native Britons and their Roman overlords in the North West
Jamie Quartermaine

SUMMER WALKS 2014
Meet either at the venue or at the Community Centre, Ingleton to share cars.
Please be prepared for all weathers and wear stout walking shoes.

Monday May 19th (evening)
The Archaeological Landscape of Scales Moor
Carol Howard & Chris Bonsall
Meet at 6.45pm at Chapel-le-Dale Church car park (SD7389 7717) or Ingleton at 6.35pm for car sharing. Approx 3 miles - moderate - some rough fell and exposed high ground. Dogs to be kept under close control

Monday June 16th (evening)
Historic Kendal - church & town
Pat Hovey & Trevor Hughes
Meet at 7.00pm in the Parish Hall Car Park adjacent to Kendal Parish Church or Ingleton at 6.15pm for car sharing. Approx. 1.5miles - easy - mainly on footpaths and pavements. No dogs please

Saturday July 12th (day)
Ingleborough Terraces - a walk back in time
David Johnson
Meet at 10.30am at the Old Quarry lay-by on the B6255 Hawes Road out of Ingleton (SD7182 7510) or Ingleton at 10.15am for car sharing. Approx 4 miles - moderate - some rough fell and exposed high ground. Please bring a packed lunch. Dogs to be kept under close control

Thursday Sept 11th (day)
Birkwith & Nether Lodge : the rise and fall of an upland estate
David Johnson
Meet at 10.15am on the roadside west of the Crown Inn, Horton in Ribblesdale (SD807 727) or Ingleton at 9.50am for car sharing. Approx 4miles - moderate - all on public rights of way. Dogs to be kept on a lead Please bring a packed lunch

AUTUMN/WINTER TALKS 2014
all at the Ingleborough Community Centre 7.30pm start.

October 20th
AGM followed by
Raikes Road Burial Ground: A Victorian History of Skipton.

Jean Robinson

November 17th
Monastic Malham
Mike Spence

December 15th
Drystone walls that walk - a sign of old age
Mike Slater
Where are the Medieval buildings?
What recent local dendro-chronology results have revealed

Alison Armstrong

followed by mince pies and drinks!

CHARGES:

Talks: Members 1.50 Non members 2.50
Walks: Members 1.00 Non-members 2.00

Click here to see our Walks and Talks Programme for 2013

 

 

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