Great music in a beautiful setting
Treat yourself to an evening of string trios by two of the Greats, Mozart and Beethoven in this beautiful church surrounded by rolling hills and rural landscape. Perfect for a summer’s evening. Places are limited to booking in advance is highly recommended.
During the afternoon Ruth Gibson will conduct a workshop for string players. This is a free event and observers are very welcome. Members of Ensemble 360 have been visiting Hoylandswaine annually since 2014 and this year is very special as the church marks its 150th anniversary.
'Growing up in Carleton'
A talk by Sue Wrathmell, and a guided walk - the old churchyard and school site, and 'playing up the beck'.
A look at children's lives in the village and countryside, from earliest records to the 1950s.
Documents and photographs, oral history, old school display.
Craven Museum's childrens' box of toys and clothes to try.
Donations of £6 per adult, school age free
Sue Wrathmell and the Village Archive and History Group, for Carleton Church Funds.