A fabulous day out for everyone @ this agricultural show that includes horses, sheepdog trials, childrens pets, dog display team, ferret display, BMX trials, crafts, trade stands, fairground, vintage tractors, food, and much more.
Cliviger show ground next to the Ram Inn @ Cliviger
Nestled in the oldest part of Trawden villlage and rolling Lancashire countryside, this mature and evolving country garden surrounds a 400 year old grade II listed hall (not open); featuring a parterre, lawns, herbaceous borders, shrubbery, wildlife pond with bridge to seating area and a hidden summerhouse in a
Celebrating 40 years of The Friends of Pendle Heritage
There are the Malkin Morris Dancers, traditional dances from the local area.
Lancashire Poetry, Wool Spinning Demonstrations, Lancashire Book Stall, Tombola, Raffle of a Basket of Lancashire Food.
The Friends of Real Lancashire.
The Barn, Pendle Heritage Centre, Park Hill, Colne Road, Barrowford, nr Nelson
Textile artist Ruth Singer explores personal and universal stories of love and loss, grief and celebration - using stitch as an act of remembrance. New work in the exhibition is inspired by items in the collection and the stories behind these items.
Gawthorpe Hall, Burnley Road, Padiham, near Burnley,
Today to Sun 27 May, Wed 30 May to Sun 3 Jun, Wed 6 Jun to Sun 10 Jun, Wed 13 Jun to Sun 17 Jun, Wed 20 Jun to Sun 24 Jun
For emerging and mid-career artists and makers wanting to work with museum collections. Explore how contemporary craft makers create work inspired by museums and heritage, with talks from makers and curators, an exhibition tour with Ruth and activities to help you plan and develop new work inspired by heritage...
Gawthorpe Hall, Burnley Road, Padiham, near Burnley,
Sunday afternoon concert by East Lancashire Concert Band (The Accrington Pals Band in 1914) returning for their first performance since the splendid new band-stand was erected.
This symphonic wind band founded in 1842 as Accrington Old Band will play a wide range of music with something to suit everyone.
The Carnival is taking place on Saturday 26th May 2018. The parade will starts at Sanworth Street at approx 12:30pm going along Halifax Road pass the Town Hall and onto Burnley Road finishing at North Lodge Centre Vale Park Todmorden. There is lots of Entertainment all day long.
Set your alarm clocks and join our local bird expert on an unmissable 4 mile walk to witness nature waking up. This guided walk takes us through the woodland to hear the sound of our feathered friends waking and joining together for an outstanding orchestral performance.
Family volunteering is a chance for families and friends of all ages to spend time together learning new skills in the fresh air. We’ll work together come rain or shine to help keep the woodland healthy and beautiful.
Step outdoors and discover a fascinating underwater world this spring. There’s a fascinating world just waiting to be discovered under the surface of the mill pond. What water creatures will you come eye-to-eye with'
This is a drop-in session, please arrive anytime between 12pm - 3pm.
Test your mini raft building skills this Spring when you join in with our raft building activities. We’ll provide all the materials you need for you to have a go at building you mini raft - will it set sail or sink to the bottom of the mill pond'
This is a drop-in session, please arrive anytime between...
Step outdoors to create some wild art this Easter holiday. There are plenty of natural materials on the woodland floor to inspire your creative streak. Come along to our wild art session, scavenge for materials then weave them into a masterpiece.
The rangers at Hardcastle Crags invite you to roll up your sleeves, become volunteers for a day and help us give nature a helping hand. Come along to a balsam bashing session and help us to rid the woodland of this non-native species.
Crafty Vintage is a regular social gathering where like-minded folk can meet, socialise, share ideas and gather inspiration.
We are purveyors of classic vintage, collectables, retro wares, quirky handmade, fine foods and delectable cuisine.
60 questions in six rounds; we always start with Current Affairs, we always finish with a Music round, and we have a special mystery Conundrum round in the middle. Play a joker on any one round to double the score, and play Lucky Numbers between each round, giving everyone the chance of winning something!
An intimate 1 acre garden with steps and paths leading down to a large pond with an island, mallards and wild geese also greylags. Many varieties of Primula, candelabra and florindae and Dactylorrhiza majalis which have seeded into the lower lawn around a small pond with stream; azaleas and rhododendrons.
Open Mike/Jam Night @ The Dog Inn, Whalley, Lancashire, BB7 9SP - first Thursday of every month - 9pm till 11.30pm.
Next Open Mike Night is Thursday 7th June from 9pm
Everyone is welcome to come down and do something or just come along and listen.
It’s free and register on the night.
The Dog Inn, 55 King Street, Whalley, Near Clitheroe, Lancs
Make Music Day takes place every year on 21 June, the longest day of the year. You can attend an event near you while joining thousands of other music lovers around the world in over 120 countries!
Rossendale Valley Sounds community wind band are proud to be taking part this year by hosting an Open Rehearsal.
With huge indoor and outdoor capacity, we have a mix of regular traders and car booters taking up our 300+ spaces and selling something for everyone including Antiques, Collectables, Second hand and general goods. Price for selling is just £15 for a car, Inside or Out. Unloading and set up is from 7am.
The Clitheroe Auction Mart, Lincoln Way, Salthill Trading Estate, CLITHEROE
Ilid Llwyd Jones (oboe), Esther Sheridan (clarinet) and Alexandra Callanan (bassoon) play for the Society’s Summer Concert held in the Ribble Valley Borough Council’s Civic Suite. Their programme of solo and trio music will be: Handel (arr.
Ribble Valley Borough Council Chamber, Church Street, Clitheroe
60 questions in 6 rounds - we always start with Current Affairs, and always finish with a music round. Play a Joker on any one round to double the score, BUT - you must play your joker before the round starts!
Inspirational 2-acre organic garden for all seasons surrounding Georgian house (not open) with views to Pendle and Bowland. An enthusiast’s collection of many unusual plants with herbaceous borders, large island beds, shrubs, heathers, rhododendrons, small mature wooded area, old fashioned and hybrid roses.
The Swedish forests are filled with the strangest things…
When a brother and sister find an extraordinary hat, they are plunged into the world of the trolls, where things quickly spin out of control. But help sometimes comes from the most unexpected places….
The Bureau Centre for the Arts, St John’s Church, Victoria street
Have fun planting your own seeds and watching them grow. Roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty planting seeds with help from our volunteers. There are beans and pumpkin seeds to plant that you can take home to care for.
Watch as your seeds grow into something tasty to eat, or carve a scary face in y.
Experience tastes and smells of the past at these gingerbread making sessions. Our costumed volunteer will be making gingerbread the traditional way. Smell the spices and taste the finished product - how does it compare to today’s gingerbread' Booking Not Needed.
Our outdoor team invite you to roll up your sleeves, become volunteers for a day and help us give nature a helping hand. Come along to a balsam bashing session and help us to rid the land of this non-native species.
East Riddlesden Hall, Bradford Road, Keighley,
Sat 2 Jun, Sat 9 Jun, Sat 16 Jun, Sat 23 Jun, Sat 30 Jun
Do you know how butter was traditionally made' How long did it take' How was it stored' Uncover the history of butter-making at one of these drop-in sessions. Join our volunteer in the Great Barn and try your hand at the age old tradition of butter making.
Discover more about the amazing properties of herbs and how they’re used in daily life. Our volunteer will lead you on a stroll along the herb border and invite you to smell, touch and taste the herbs. A demonstration where you can see some of the garden herbs being put to good use is included.
Take a stroll with our head gardener and learn about the organic gardening principles that we use to keep the gardens looking at their best. The gardens are beginning to look at their best at this time of year, making it the perfect time to take a stroll and see their explosions of colour.
Sunday 3rd June
Film Screening: The Italian Job (1969)
Tickets £5 / Under 18s £3.00
Box Office: 01756 792 809
To celebrate the 5th year of Skipton Car Show taking place on Skipton High Street we are showing two great films!
Saturday 16th June
Tutti Fruitti Productions
10.30am and 1.30pm
Tickets £7.50 per person
Box Office: 01756 792 809
Keepy Uppy tells an extraordinary tale of love, devotion and family, set in the world of all things football and undeniable team spirit.
Your favourite superheroes will be flying in to bring daring tales of adventure to life. Be inspired to create your own superhero escapade and everyone dressed as their favourite Superhero gets a discount!
Eureka! The National Children’s Museum, Discovery Road, Halifax
Bingley Little Theatre present Noel Coward’s comedy "Nude With Violin" where the death of a world famous artist brings a mixed crowd of relatives, a business manager and a whole range of extraordinary characters to his flat for the reading of the will. Reputations are arranged and rearranged during the evening.
Mrs Dowsons Farm presents Hansel and Gretel. A traditional fairy tale brought to life on stage panto style! A very silly show with lots of audience interaction, perfect for all the family.
The open-air theatre production is full of adventure, interaction and fun for children.
Mrs Dowson’s Farm Park