During the year both visitors and locals enjoy various themed weekends and festivals in and around Ingleton. Our site usually books up early for these dates!
2019 Dates (may be subject to change)
27th Feb - 2nd March - Pantomime, The Snow Queen at Ingleborough Community Centre
19th – 28th April - The Great Ingleton Easter Egg Hunt
19th - 21st April Sheafstock 3 days of live music at the Wheatsheaf Pub Ingleton & marquee.
13th & 14th April- Taste Cumbria Food Festival at Kirkby Lonsdale
27th Apr – 6th May – Wray Scarecrow Festival (7miles from the site)
3rd-6th May: Beer & Music Festival Kirkby Lonsdale Rugby Club
25th - 31st May Gaping Gill Winch Meet (Bradford Pothole Club)– Descend over 100m by chair/winch into the largest cavern in the UK. Turn up early!
27th May – Austwick Village Cuckoo Festival , Street Market & Fell Race 10.00am – 4.00pm
Early May to Early September- Overground Underground Festival - an opportunity for family friendly exploration in and around Ingleborough. Activities, walks, talks and shows.
6-9th June - Country Harvest Food Fair
8th June - Leyland Brass Band, Country Harvest (Admission by ticket only)
8th June: Barbon Hill Climb 1 Barbon Manor, Barbon LA6 2LJ
28th - 30th June Dentdale Music & Beer Festival
30th June -Escape to the Dales Cycle Sportive
5th - 7th July- ‘Operation Homeguard’ 1940’s Weekend in Ingleton
6th July - Barbon Hill Climb 2 Barbon Manor, Barbon LA6 2LJ (British Hillclimb Championship)
20th July - Ingleton Village Gala & Mountain Race
17th August – 115th Annual Gargrave Show, nr Skipton
9th -16th August - Gaping Gill Winch Meet (Craven Pothole Club) – Descent over 100m by chair/winch into the largest cavern in the UK. Turn up early
24th Aug- Malhamdale Show
24th Aug - Wensleydale Agricultural Show, Leyburn
26th Aug - Reeth Show
27th Aug- Kilnsey Show
5th - 8th September - Settle Folk Gathering
12th September - Westmorland County Show, Kendal
In addition to the above events, organised locally are events by the Yorkshire Dales National Park (guided walks, talks, demonstrations and craft making workshops) and the Friends of Settle to Carlisle Railway who organise guided walks (free of charge) including short walks around Ribblehead Viaduct and Blea Moor Tunnel.