Tuesday 27 February, 2018

Masham Local History Group

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 21:30

Ripon Reviewed Project – Mandy Whitehead
The Ripon Re-Viewed project, run by Ripon Civic Society following a grant from Heritage Lottery Fund, focuses on the photographic heritage of the City of Ripon, bringing together an astonashing collection of over 6,000 images documenting the changes in the townscape, local industries, shops, schools, traditions, and people living and working in the City over the past 120 years. It interlinks conversation, community access and participation: conserving original material by securing long term storage and care by the North Yorkshire Archives Services.
Non members welcome – £3 pounds per meeting.
For more infomation contact Christine Greensit on 01765 689711.
Email: christine.greensit@gmail.com

Tuesday 13 March, 2018

Masham Local History Group

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 21:30

York’s Guildhalls – Professor Kate Giles of York University
York’s medievil guilhalls are a rare survival of its rich and vibrant medievil civic culture. Built from the late 14th century onwards, they preserve evidence of the religous, social and mercantile activities of the fraternities and craftspeople who built them, and each building poses a series of puzzles for archaeologists and historians to decode, to bring their story to life. In this lecture Dr Giles will the results of her research on these building, providing you want a virtual our and sharing her passion for these often-overlooked reminders of our medieval past.
Non members welcome – £3 pounds per meeting.
For more infomation contact Christine Greensit on 01765 689711.
Email: christine.greensit@gmail.com

Wednesday 21 March, 2018

Grewelthorpe Village Hall Café Talks

Grewelthorpe Village Hall, Lake Terrace, Grewelthorpe, HG4 3BU
19:30 - 21:30

Caroline Chapman: Eighteenth-Century Women Artists
Although the eighteenth century produced women artists like Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun and Angelica Kauffman their achievements have previously been overlooked by art-historians.
Caroline has worked in publishing for 40 years and has written several books, including one on the founders of the Bowes museum. She lives in Grewelthorpe.
Donations on the night.
More infomation on their website here

Tuesday 27 March, 2018

Masham Local History Group

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 21:30

Human bones from archaeolgical sites do tell tales: possibilities and realities – Professor Charlotte Roberts
Charlotte works part time at Durham University and is a bioarchaeologist with a background in archaeology, enviromental archaeology and human bioarchaeology. She has studied and interpreted human remains from archaeological sites for the past 30 years.
Non members welcome – £3 pounds per meeting.
For more infomation contact Christine Greensit on 01765 689711.
Email: christine.greensit@gmail.com

Sunday 1 April, 2018

Masham Farmer’s Market

Masham Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4
8:30 - 14:30

A fantastic and diverse range of Yorkshire stallholders who are all extremely knowledgeable and passionate about their produce. Farmhouse baking, bread, cured meats, organic veg, hand made fudge, plants, handmade walking sticks, soaps, honey, cheese, herbs and lots more. Come and eat seasonally inspired dishes sold by inventive ‘kitchens’. Music and family activities make Masham Market a great event for visitors of all ages.
Takes place every 1st Sunday of the month from April – October 2018 inclusive.
For more information contact nasdavison@gmail.com. www.northerndalesfarmersmarkets.com

Saturday 14 April, 2018

Masham Market Weekend

Masham Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4
9:00 - 16:00

Sampling. Demonstrations. Entertainment
Masham’s historic 750 year old market augmented by craft, charity and artisan food stalls, music, entertainment and special events – all on Yorkshire’s largest market place.
For the Festival Weekend Programme visit: www.mashammarket.co.uk.
To book market stalls call the Market Superintendent on 01765 689572.

Sunday 15 April, 2018

Masham Market Weekend

Masham Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4
9:00 - 16:00

Sampling. Demonstrations. Entertainment
Masham’s historic 750 year old market augmented by craft, charity and artisan food stalls, music, entertainment and special events – all on Yorkshire’s largest market place.
For the Festival Weekend Programme visit: www.mashammarket.co.uk.
To book market stalls call the Market Superintendent on 01765 689572.

Tuesday 24 April, 2018

Masham Local History Group

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 21:30

10th Anniversary – Open Meeting and AGM – Jen Deadman
We are celebrating 10 years since the first meeting was held when Jes Deadman, who is a Historic Buildings Surveyor, gave a talk on the House of Masham. After a brief AGM, Jen will give a talk and there will be wine and nibbles to celebrate our anniversary.
Non members welcome – £3 pounds per meeting.
For more infomation contact Christine Greensit on 01765 689711.
Email: christine.greensit@gmail.com

Sunday 6 May, 2018

Masham Farmer’s Market

Masham Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4
8:30 - 14:30

A fantastic and diverse range of Yorkshire stallholders who are all extremely knowledgeable and passionate about their produce. Farmhouse baking, bread, cured meats, organic veg, hand made fudge, plants, handmade walking sticks, soaps, honey, cheese, herbs and lots more. Come and eat seasonally inspired dishes sold by inventive ‘kitchens’. Music and family activities make Masham Market a great event for visitors of all ages.
Takes place every 1st Sunday of the month from April – October 2018 inclusive.
For more information contact nasdavison@gmail.com. www.northerndalesfarmersmarkets.com

Wednesday 16 May, 2018

Grewelthorpe Village Hall Café Talks

Grewelthorpe Village Hall, Lake Terrace, Grewelthorpe, HG4 3BU
19:30 - 21:30

Anna Greenwood: Tales from the Upper Dale
How opften do we sit and listen to old people’s stories? What happens when the stories are lost? An oral history of Upper Nidderdale collected by the local writer Anna Greenwood.
Anna’s books include Old Sleningford Hall and Rural Voices. She lives in Ripon.
More infomation on their website here

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