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“All aboard” for Northern’s Yorkshire Day walk at Ribblehead

Northern teamed up with popular TV series, Walks Around Britain, to host a special walking event to celebrate yesterday's Yorkshire Day. Anyone who boarded the 10.49am with a ticket from Leeds Railway Station to Ribblehead had the opportunity to join Walks Around Britain, writer and presenter, Andrew White on a guided

All aboard for Northern’s Yorkshire Day walk at Ribblehead

Northern has teamed up with popular TV series, Walks Around Britain, to host a special walking event tomorrow to celebrate Yorkshire Day.  Anyone who boards the 10.49am with a ticket from Leeds Railway Station to Ribblehead will have the opportunity to join Walks Around Britain, writer and presenter, Andrew White on

It’s a one-pot-stop at the Settle Flowerpot Festival

For the second year running, Stewart Garden is playing a major supportive role in this year’s Settle Flowerpot Festival taking place in the Yorkshire town throughout July and August. 2016 saw the company install a giant flowerpot man called Stewart on Castleberg Crag, a limestone cliff that overlooks Settle. Stewart was

Falcon Manor welcomes reopening of iconic railway line

A Bowland Brewery delivery van - the brewery owned by the same group as Falcon Manor - getting a prime view of the Flying Scotsman

Visitors to Falcon Manor - the country house hotel in the Yorkshire Dales market town of Settle - can once again travel the full distance of the legendary Settle-Carlisle railway line.  The iconic line, famously saved from permanent closure almost 28 years ago, was partially shut in February 2016 after a major landslip following the storms of 2015/16.   A major engineering project to repair the track

James’ Places scoops major regional award

Pictured are Karen Etson, Lesley Anne Stevens, Christine Lee, Alison Sayle, James Warburton, Carol Sleet, Heidi Kettle, Warren Bennett, Mel Oxley and Damian Atkins   Hospitality group James' Places has scooped a major regional award for tourism and leisure.  The business, which owns Falcon Manor at Settle and The Royal at Kirkby Lonsdale

High-profile dealmaker joins hlw Keeble Hawson

Pictured are Roger Dyson, head of hlw Keeble Hawson’s  corporate and business team, Matt Ainsworth and Paul Trudgill   The next step in the strategic development of hlw Keeble Hawson sees highly-regarded dealmaker Matt Ainsworth join the firm as a corporate partner. Bringing almost two decades of expertise in mergers and acquisitions;

James’ Places grows by a third

Hospitality group James' Places, which owns Settle country house hotel Falcon Manor and The Royal Hotel at Kirkby Lonsdale, has grown by a third.  The company, which owns The Emporium, Holmes Mill and Bowland Brewery in Clitheroe, plus Ribble Valley wedding venues Eaves Hall, Mitton Hall and the Shireburn Arms, pub

Falcon Manor gears up for Supercar Sundays 2017

Settle could soon become the ‘supercar' centre of Yorkshire.  Owners of Falcon Manor Hotel at Settle are planning to replicate the success of a "Supercar Sunday"' event in Lancashire in the Yorkshire Dales market town.  Iconic vehicles, including collector's items, Ferraris and Maseratis, together attracting a multi-million pound price tag, visited Falcon

Stewart Garden to play central role at Settle Flowerpot Festival 2016

Stewart Garden is playing a major supportive role in this year’s Settle Flowerpot Festival taking place in the Yorkshire town throughout July and August. The company is installing a giant flowerpot man called Stewart on Castleberg Crag, a limestone cliff that overlooks Settle. Stewart will be visible from the town as

Ilkley firm completes £750,000 Settle affordable homes scheme

Ilkley-based Dobson Construction has completed the refurbishment of Sutcliffe Buildings in Settle. The building has been officially reopened by Leeds & Yorkshire Housing Association (LYHA) following a six month refurbishment project, designed by Leeds-based architects, Woodhall Planning and Conservation, to provide nine apartments for affordable rent. The project, which cost £750,000

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