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March 2021
Monday, 29th March 2021 - Wednesday, 28th April 2021
Richmond Castle Walks
Venue: Richmond Castle
Richmondshire Ramblers is celebrating the 950th anniversary of Richmond Castle with a series of short self-guided walks.

The walks are described in a free booklet which will be available from the Richmond Information Centre, located in the Market Hall and at the Castle Hill Bookshop. The four leisurely circular routes will guide walkers through our beautiful local scenery, whilst offering interesting insights into Richmond's Norman and Medieval past.
The booklet and individual walks can also be downloaded from www.richmondshireramblers.org.uk

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April 2021
Tuesday, 13th April 2021 - Wednesday, 28th April 2021
Richard J Parvin and Robert Myers
Venue: The Station
An exhibition by two North-East artists.

Richard Parvin - Steerdeer

A collection of faux hunting trophies and scrap sculpture created from bicycle components and found objects.

Robert Myers

From the inspirational coastline of the North East to the Lake District, and beyond, Richard paints in an expressionistic style which allows viewers to interpret his famous scenes for themselves.

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May 2021
Saturday, 8th May 2021 - Tuesday, 1st June 2021
Life, Light and Spirit
Venue: The Station
Art is back at The Station

An exhibition of original painting and prints by artist Margaret Weavill.

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Saturday, 15th May 2021 - Wednesday, 26th May 2021
Spring Forward
Venue: The Station
An evocation of Spring and all that it promises.

An exhibition by Artwave North, a diverse group of 12 artists exploring their environment in a variety of media.

The exhibition has as its theme a sense of life opening up and a release from winter. With the return of the light and bursting forth of new growth comes new hope, celebrated in this exhibition with images of colour and feeling.

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Saturday, 29th May 2021 - Wednesday, 16th June 2021
James Owen Thomas: From Waste to Wall
Venue: The Station
A Swaledale Festival exhibition

Twenty-year-old James Owen Thomas always preferred to see litter in bins rather than it spoiling the countryside, town centres and seashore. He realised that some litter could be recycled, and soon found a use for discarded lottery scratch cards - making them into intricate and highly coloured pictures and greetings cards.

Swaledale Festival is delighted to present this exhibition as part of its Young Artists Platform.

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Saturday, 29th May 2021 - Tuesday, 8th June 2021
Shape, Space and Colour
Venue: The Station
By Pamela Crawford, Sarah Farooqi and Andy Kerr

An exhibition of watercolours, inks, acrylics and prints ranging from delicate watercolour florals and local views, to Northumbrian landscapes and intricate illustrated maps.

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June 2021
Saturday, 5th June 2021
Swaledale Festival - Voice Trio
Venue: St Mary’s Parish Church
Time: 8.30pm and 11.00pm
‘Hildegard Transfigured: A Medieval Trance for the 21st Century’. In partnership with ‘RICHMOND 950’.

A sublime piece of concert / theatre.


A sublime piece of concert/theatre by top female vocal trio VOICE accompanied by an extraordinary psychedelic light show, celebrating the 12th century composer and visionary Hildegard von Bingen.
In collaboration with RICHMOND 950 and generously supported by Purple Creative Studio.
Please see our website www.swalefest.org for more information.
U25 = £3

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Saturday, 26th June 2021 - Wednesday, 7th July 2021
Richmond and Swaledale
Venue: The Station
'Pictures from my Walks'

Allan Midcalf is a local artist, based in Darlington, who works in oils and watercolours.

Allan has always loved to draw and paint. After a career as an engineer he now enjoys his painting from a studio in the garden.

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July 2021
Saturday, 24th July 2021 - Wednesday, 18th August 2021
Felt and Photograph
Venue: The Station
An exhibition of original feltworks and photographs inspired by rural life and landscapes from a mother and daughter collaborative.

Alison uses her spare time to create artwork. For many years she has enjoyed drawing painting, textiles and photography. Recently she has transferred her drawing and painting skills into felt making – exploring wet felting using a range of wool fibres and silk, then adding detail with needle felting techniques. Inspiration for her work is drawn from wildlife and Yorkshire landscapes.

Rachel is a professional photographer specialising in canine and equine portraits, game shooting and agricultural imagery; providing private commissions and unlimited edition prints. Rachel is often found behind the lens, photographing our four legged friends and creating memories that last forever.

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September 2021
Tuesday, 14th September 2021
Swaledale Festival - Aurora Percussion Duo
Venue: St Mary’s Parish Church
Time: 16.00 and 19.30
Swaledale Festival - Aurora Percussion Duo

Two extraordinary percussionists perform musical acrobatics on a myriad of instruments. Sublime and amazing!

There will be two performances - 16.00 - 17.00 and 19.30 - 20.30.

U25 = £3

Regular ticket price = £15

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Saturday, 18th September 2021
Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge 2021
Venue: Yorkshire 3 Peaks
Could you take on the Yorkshire Three Peaks to help raise the vital funds needed to support local families living with terminal illnesses?

Challenge yourself and climb for Hospice Care. This is your chance to take on the 25-mile route including 1500m of ascent and descent and the aim of completing it within 12 hours. Every step you take and every pound you raise in sponsorship will help local families living with terminal illness and bereavement.

Climbing the famous three peaks, you will start with a leg-loosener for three miles up the shape of Inglebroough, then gaining height and taking upwards and across the dales on to Morecambe Bay and the Lakes. Then you will begin on to the second ascent- Whernside. As you descend you will be able to see Ribblehead Viaduct and this is the halfway milestone before heading down the path towards the final peak of Pen-Y-Ghent. Then descending back to Horton-in-Ribblesdale.

This challenge is provided by Large Outdoors who will provide fully trained guides and first aiders on the day. You will be in a team with other Herriot Hospice Homecare and Saint Michael’s walkers who will keep your spurred on. We will provide a fundraising pack for all walkers which will include a kit list, FAQ’s and an itinerary. Along the route we will provide treats and refreshments to keep you going strong!

The funds you raise and the inspiration you create whilst having a fantastic experience will support our home care teams on their epic challenge every day during this pandemic to provide care to people in our communities.

Venue: Yorkshire 3 peaks

Cost: Registration is just £40. Try and raise £100 or more in sponsorship

Team discount: Teams of 10 or more can register for just £20 per person.

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October 2021
Friday, 15th October 2021
Jazz Night
Venue: The Station
Time: 7pm
at The Station Café | Bar

Join us for Jazz Night

A delicious two course meal with live jazz music provided by The Joseph Carville Trio.

£19.95 per person.

01748 825967 / reservations@thestation.co.uk

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Saturday, 16th October 2021 - Sunday, 17th October 2021
The Station in Wonderland
Venue: The Station
Time: 10am - 4pm
A Richmond 950 event organised by The Station.


Join us in the Victorian era to celebrate Richmond's former pupil Lewis Carroll's mesmerising classic, Alice in Wonderland.

There will be Victorian fairground rides, trails, crafts, stories, afternoon tea and much more. A truly memorable weekend.

Free entry - charges/donations may apply for activities.

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November 2021
Saturday, 6th November 2021 - Wednesday, 17th November 2021
Over Buttertubs
Venue: The Station
Photography exhibition by Richard Walls

Richard Walls takes the road over Buttertubs Pass every day on his journey between home in Wensleydale and work in Swaledale. Is there a better commute in the UK? Over Buttertubs is a collection of large format, aluminium printed, photographs of these two stunning but very different dales, capturing them in all seasons and all tempers, taken over the last four years.

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Friday, 12th November 2021
The Station Master
Venue: The Station
Time: 7pm
An immersive dining experience telling the story of The Station during World War Two.

Enjoy a wartime-themed three course menu and be entertained with 1940s songs, memories and stories.

A Richmond 950 event produced by Charlotte Jacqueline School of Dance and hosted by The Station Café | Bar.

1940s dress encouraged but not compulsory.

12 and 13 November.

Adult ticket price - £34.95
Child ticket price - £19.95

To book call 01748 825967 or email reservations@thestation.co.uk

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