The annual Middleton in Teesdale Spring Show will be held at the High Force Hotel on Saturday 25th May from 11am.
Come and see the Swaledale sheep and meet top breeders who will gather at High Force hoping to scoop a prize at this year’s event.
This traditional event is always popular with farmers and visitors and is a great opportunity to learn more about the Swaledale breed, which is noted for its off-white wool, curled horns and black face with a distinctive white muzzle. The Swaledale is ideally suited to the hill country around Teesdale and the North Pennines.
If you are visiting High Force between 19th July and 4th August don’t miss ‘Hush’ by international landscape artist Steve Messam, an immersive art installation within walking distance of the Hotel and Waterfall. Commissioned by the North Pennines AONB Partnership and inspired by the geology, mining history and landscape of the area, the installation will […]READ MORE
Take your child on a sensory around Raby Park and Gardens using smell, touch and taste to discover exciting new experiences. Step inside an artist’s studio, visit a land of treasures and make your own fragrant potion. Tickets are £10 for children and £7 for adults and can be booked in advance. Tickets include Park […]READ MORE
Once upon a time, words began to vanish from the language of children…” – Robert Macfarlane, The Lost Words Join us this summer for The Lost Words Trail by Bright Woods Forest School CIC. Discover the wonders of nature all around you at Raby Castle and explore the Walled Gardens to help us find the […]READ MORE