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 Weekend Programme visit: www.mashammarket.co.uk.
For further information, please call Nick Reed on 07939 136082 or to book market stalls call the Market Superintendent on 01765 689572.
Masham Steam Traction Engine Rally, celebrating Britain’s fine Industrial Heritage again on the weekend of 21-22 July 2018.
Large display of Steam Engines & Veteran Vehicles of Yesteryear * Fair Organs * Trade stands & Autojumble * Craft tent * Freewheel mountain bike display team *
A fun packed day out for the family and enthusiast
Steam engines, veteran vehicles, fair organs, display of heavy horses and dray, fairground, stalls, crafts. Exciting arena events throughout the afternoon.
Rally organiser: 01765 689 569
Following the success of the last two years, Masham Town Hall is again hosting a Summer exhibition of art inspired by and celebrating the Yorkshire Dales landscape in paints, felt, glass, papercutting pencil, photography, textiles and mixed-media. The exhibition includes 18 artists and runs from Saturday 14th to Monday 23rd July, open from 10am-4pm.
For more information, please call Nick Reed on 01765 689 702 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Generously sponsored by The Himalayan Garden, Grewelthorpe. www.himalayangarden.com.
Come along and support local businesses during the Steam Fair Weekend at Masham Town Hall
A celebration of the swifts and swallows that migrate to Masham every year by Printmakers Circle at Masham Gallery.
Closed on Mondays, Sundays 1pm to 5pm
For more information visit http://www.mashamgallery.co.uk/ http://www.printmakerscircle.com/
Paintings and Prints by Ian Scott Massie at Masham Gallery.
Closed Mondays, Sundays 1pm to 5pm
For more information visit http://www.mashamgallery.co.uk/
Back by popular demand from Saturday 21st July – Sunday 2nd September.
Use your imagination to find the delightful tiny fairies and pixies that help make Studfold’s Award Winning Adventure Trail a truly magical place. Dress up or put on Studfold’s Fairy wings and Pixie hat and discover stories and explore 20+ tiny fairy/pixie houses. Explore the ‘Great Outdoors’ and discover Studfold’s Hidden secrets – find clues, secret boxes, swap treasure and discover so many countryside experiences along the way. Suitable for all primary and pre-school children and their parents and parents parents!
Do not forget to bring a picnic and something to leave in the treasure swap box. Price £6 adult, £5 child, under 3 free. Have a tasty snack at Studfold’s Nidderdale Way Cafe or email to pre-order a picnic. Last Admission 3.30pm.
Also on Saturday 11th August (weather permitting) have an adventure and go Bug Hunting. Harrogate Biodiversity Group will have a stall and help with the discoveries. Make a crazy bug!
And Kidz Crazy Grassheads on Saturday 25th August (before 2.30pm)
Studfold hosts many events throughout the year. For more information www.studfoldtrails.co.uk or call Anne Challis on 01423 755228,
email email@example.com or enquire online
Extend you stay? You can also Camp, Caravan and Glamp! www.studfold.com
An 18th Century Supper Concert with Ad Hoc Baroque period instrument ensemble.
Ad Hoc Baroque take us back to the origins of the Bruce Arms with a programme of music that would have entertained their guests in the eighteenth century – including repertoire at the cutting edge of fashion when The Bruce was established in 1760.
Details Tel. 01677 470325 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets: Suggested minimum donation £20.00
Proceeds in aid of Herriot Hospice Homecare