Fun & Frolics at festivals

 

Throughout the Summer months we are surrounded by village events and mini festivals for families, couples or people travelling alone and looking to make new acquaintances along the way. Our lovely family-run park makes a great base for exploring these events, whether they’re in the Yorkshire Dales, Forest of Bowland or The Lake District. 

Countryside Festival Bentham

The Countryside Festival is a local one day event that runs from 12pm – 5pm on Saturday 24th June at Bentham Primary School, to fundraise for the local school. The afternoon will be fun packed with live music,  dance performances, BBQ, local craft stalls, face painting, bouncy castles and much more! Entry is free and it’s walking distance from our park!

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The Overground Underground festival runs from May to September and celebrates the Ingleborough Dales. The festival has a wide programme with events and activities for everyone including guided walks, informative talks, cycle sportive, family fun days and extreme canyoning!

View the programme here

 

Settle Flowerpot festival

Stroll around Settle during the summer months and be amazed, amused, entertained, astounded & astonished by the wonderful flowerpot displays decorating their lovely town. This year, the displays will be in place by 30th June and the trails will start from Saturday 8th July.

Find out more about the flowerpot festival, and the vibrant town of Settle, here.

 

Ingleton 1940’s weekend

From Friday 30th June to Sunday 2nd July, the nearby village of Ingleton will be transformed into a 1940’s village in France. With themed stalls, re-enactments as well as street games, music and dancing at venues throughout the village, this is a great weekend for all ages to enjoy and reminisce.

View the programme of events here 

 

Flowers of the Dales Festival

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 ‘The Flowers of the Dales Festival is packed full of exciting activities to help you discover and enjoy the incredible variety and beauty of the Dales’ wildflowers. With everything from ‘go wild’ weeks, craft and bio blitz events to wildflower walks, talks and identification courses, and with events taking place across the Dales from March to November, there really is something for everyone.’ Taken from the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust website.

The full programme for the Flowers of the Dales Festival can be found here. 

 

Festival Bowland

Throughout the Summer the Forest of Bowland AONB run ‘Festival Bowland‘, a summer long festival of walks, art exhibitions and children’s activities, to name but a few.

 

The Yorkshire Dales national part also has a great events calendar, with many events and festivals listed on there. The Lake District National Park website is a great place to find out more about events and activities in the lakes, which is easily acessible from our park too.