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Thursday 29th October

Friday 4th September 2020 - Sunday 1st November 2020

Northern Soul – Ian Scott Massie started on Friday 4th September and continues until Sunday 1st November

An exhibition of watercolour paintings and screen prints exploring the character of the North of England through the personality of its special places, as yet unfinished, journey, and a love letter to the North of England.

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Friday 4th September 2020 - Sunday 1st November 2020

Miles-Moore Ceramics Confluences at Farfield Mill started on Friday 4th September and continues until Sunday 1st November

An exhibition of work inspired by and created from our local landscapes. Sharing connections and stories. This is the first time Martin and Siobhan have exhibited together.

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Friday 23rd October 2020 - Sunday 24th January 2021

The View from the Fells started on Friday 23rd October and continues until Sunday 24th January

View from the Fells is the culmination of a two year project inspired by the life and work of Marie Hartley MBE, the founder (with Joan Ingilby) of the Dales Countryside Museum. Marie Hartley, was an artist, writer and cultural historian. Upon her death, Marie bequeathed her wood engraving blocks to the Museum

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Thursday 29th October 2020 - Sunday 1st November 2020 10:00am - 5:00pm

Farfield Mill Open Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays starts and continues until Sunday 1st November

The Tea Room  Thursday – Sunday 10.30am – 4.00pm (Closed Monday – Wednesday)

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Friday 30th October

Saturday 31st October

Sunday 1st November

Friday 23rd October 2020 - Sunday 24th January 2021

The View from the Fells started on Friday 23rd October and continues until Sunday 24th January

View from the Fells is the culmination of a two year project inspired by the life and work of Marie Hartley MBE, the founder (with Joan Ingilby) of the Dales Countryside Museum. Marie Hartley, was an artist, writer and cultural historian. Upon her death, Marie bequeathed her wood engraving blocks to the Museum

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Friday 4th September 2020 - Sunday 1st November 2020

Northern Soul – Ian Scott Massie started on Friday 4th September and ends on this day

An exhibition of watercolour paintings and screen prints exploring the character of the North of England through the personality of its special places, as yet unfinished, journey, and a love letter to the North of England.

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Friday 4th September 2020 - Sunday 1st November 2020

Miles-Moore Ceramics Confluences at Farfield Mill started on Friday 4th September and ends on this day

An exhibition of work inspired by and created from our local landscapes. Sharing connections and stories. This is the first time Martin and Siobhan have exhibited together.

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Thursday 29th October 2020 - Sunday 1st November 2020 10:00am - 5:00pm

Farfield Mill Open Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays started on Thursday 29th October and ends on this day

The Tea Room  Thursday – Sunday 10.30am – 4.00pm (Closed Monday – Wednesday)

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Sunday 1st November 2020 - Thursday 12th November 2020

Boxes of Hope Collection starts and continues until Thursday 12th November

The boxes are checked and packed in Kendal and Kirkby Stepehn and then sent on to Romania.   Once there the charity People to People distribute the boxes to various centres round the country, and they are distrubted to the children

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Wednesday 4th November

Wednesday 4th November 2020 - Sunday 3rd January 2021

Re-Think Art Textiles: Made in Britain starts and continues until Sunday 3rd January

Art Textiles: Made in Britain comprises of Bethan Ash, Louise Baldwin, Pauline Barnes, Jessica Grady, Cas Holmes, Rosie James, Edwina Mackinnon, Sandra Meech, Sylvia Paul, Stephanie Redfern, and Christine Restall, some of the leading textile artists working in Britain today.

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Wednesday 4th November 2020 - Sunday 3rd January 2021

Thread Running Through – Textilia 3 starts and continues until Sunday 3rd January

The landscape in which we live, meet and work is a northern landscape largely shaped by cloth. Distinctive weavers cottages line the canals and perch on hillsides, tall mill chimneys dominate the valleys. We meet in a grand and richly furnished manor house created by mill owners, exhibit and seek inspiration and materials at converted mills in Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria. Some of us have mill workers in our ancestry, weaving in our memories and in our blood.

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Sunday 8th November

Sunday 8th November 2020 10:45am

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY

There will be no service in St  Andrews this year.    Instead the British Legion intend to hold a drumhead service at the War Memorial with a two miute silence at 11 am followed by the laying of wreaths.   Undated information will be given depending on the situation in regard to the virus

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Thursday 12th November

Sunday 1st November 2020 - Thursday 12th November 2020

Boxes of Hope Collection started on Sunday 1st November and ends on this day

The boxes are checked and packed in Kendal and Kirkby Stepehn and then sent on to Romania.   Once there the charity People to People distribute the boxes to various centres round the country, and they are distrubted to the children

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Thursday 12th November 2020 6:30pm

Community Trust AGM

All members are invited to attend, and non members may as observers

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Saturday 14th November

Saturday 14th November 2020

Tearfund Big Quiz Night

This is a national event and last year 26,384 people took part

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Thursday 19th November

Thursday 19th November 2020 - Sunday 29th November 2020

Kendal Mountain Festival starts and continues until Sunday 29th November

Different year, different times! This November – our 40th anniversary – Kendal Mountain Festival is going fully online. So we’re seizing this huge opportunity to Share The Adventure with the world, pouring all our effort and energy into creating a new, amazing digital experience.

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Thursday 19th November 2020 1:00pm

Sedbergh Medical Centre – closed from 1 pm

Closed for training

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Saturday 21st November

Saturday 21st November 2020 2:00pm

North West Air Ambulance Jumble Sale

Sunday 29th November

Thursday 19th November 2020 - Sunday 29th November 2020

Kendal Mountain Festival started on Thursday 19th November and ends on this day

Different year, different times! This November – our 40th anniversary – Kendal Mountain Festival is going fully online. So we’re seizing this huge opportunity to Share The Adventure with the world, pouring all our effort and energy into creating a new, amazing digital experience.

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Tuesday 1st December

Friday 23rd October 2020 - Sunday 24th January 2021

The View from the Fells started on Friday 23rd October and continues until Sunday 24th January

View from the Fells is the culmination of a two year project inspired by the life and work of Marie Hartley MBE, the founder (with Joan Ingilby) of the Dales Countryside Museum. Marie Hartley, was an artist, writer and cultural historian. Upon her death, Marie bequeathed her wood engraving blocks to the Museum

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Wednesday 4th November 2020 - Sunday 3rd January 2021

Re-Think Art Textiles: Made in Britain started on Wednesday 4th November and continues until Sunday 3rd January

Art Textiles: Made in Britain comprises of Bethan Ash, Louise Baldwin, Pauline Barnes, Jessica Grady, Cas Holmes, Rosie James, Edwina Mackinnon, Sandra Meech, Sylvia Paul, Stephanie Redfern, and Christine Restall, some of the leading textile artists working in Britain today.

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Wednesday 4th November 2020 - Sunday 3rd January 2021

Thread Running Through – Textilia 3 started on Wednesday 4th November and continues until Sunday 3rd January

The landscape in which we live, meet and work is a northern landscape largely shaped by cloth. Distinctive weavers cottages line the canals and perch on hillsides, tall mill chimneys dominate the valleys. We meet in a grand and richly furnished manor house created by mill owners, exhibit and seek inspiration and materials at converted mills in Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria. Some of us have mill workers in our ancestry, weaving in our memories and in our blood.

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Wednesday 9th December

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Wednesday 9th December 2020 7:00pm

The Lune Valley Excavation at Low Borrowbridge

Graham Hooley will give an update on the findings of the excavation, over two summers, in the Lune Valley of a native British site occupied contemporaneously with the Roman camp at Low Borrowbridge

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Wednesday 9th December 2020 7:30pm

Parish Council Meeting

This may be a Zoom meeting.   Please contact the Parish Clerk for joining instructions before the meeting

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Saturday 12th December

Saturday 12th December 2020 9:30am - 3:00pm

Sedbergh Artisan Market *** CANCELLED ***

Due to the current Coronavirus situation this event has been cancelled
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Saturday 19th December

Saturday 19th December 2020 7:00pm

Dark sky adventure on Winder

This winter, discover Wainwright’s Howgill Fells from a totally different perspective and experience a head torch guided walk with James and Ryan of BEExpeditions.

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Friday 1st January

Friday 23rd October 2020 - Sunday 24th January 2021

The View from the Fells started on Friday 23rd October and continues until Sunday 24th January

View from the Fells is the culmination of a two year project inspired by the life and work of Marie Hartley MBE, the founder (with Joan Ingilby) of the Dales Countryside Museum. Marie Hartley, was an artist, writer and cultural historian. Upon her death, Marie bequeathed her wood engraving blocks to the Museum

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Wednesday 4th November 2020 - Sunday 3rd January 2021

Re-Think Art Textiles: Made in Britain started on Wednesday 4th November and continues until Sunday 3rd January

Art Textiles: Made in Britain comprises of Bethan Ash, Louise Baldwin, Pauline Barnes, Jessica Grady, Cas Holmes, Rosie James, Edwina Mackinnon, Sandra Meech, Sylvia Paul, Stephanie Redfern, and Christine Restall, some of the leading textile artists working in Britain today.

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Wednesday 4th November 2020 - Sunday 3rd January 2021

Thread Running Through – Textilia 3 started on Wednesday 4th November and continues until Sunday 3rd January

The landscape in which we live, meet and work is a northern landscape largely shaped by cloth. Distinctive weavers cottages line the canals and perch on hillsides, tall mill chimneys dominate the valleys. We meet in a grand and richly furnished manor house created by mill owners, exhibit and seek inspiration and materials at converted mills in Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria. Some of us have mill workers in our ancestry, weaving in our memories and in our blood.

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Sunday 3rd January

Wednesday 4th November 2020 - Sunday 3rd January 2021

Re-Think Art Textiles: Made in Britain started on Wednesday 4th November and ends on this day

Art Textiles: Made in Britain comprises of Bethan Ash, Louise Baldwin, Pauline Barnes, Jessica Grady, Cas Holmes, Rosie James, Edwina Mackinnon, Sandra Meech, Sylvia Paul, Stephanie Redfern, and Christine Restall, some of the leading textile artists working in Britain today.

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Wednesday 4th November 2020 - Sunday 3rd January 2021

Thread Running Through – Textilia 3 started on Wednesday 4th November and ends on this day

The landscape in which we live, meet and work is a northern landscape largely shaped by cloth. Distinctive weavers cottages line the canals and perch on hillsides, tall mill chimneys dominate the valleys. We meet in a grand and richly furnished manor house created by mill owners, exhibit and seek inspiration and materials at converted mills in Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria. Some of us have mill workers in our ancestry, weaving in our memories and in our blood.

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Sunday 24th January

Friday 23rd October 2020 - Sunday 24th January 2021

The View from the Fells started on Friday 23rd October and ends on this day

View from the Fells is the culmination of a two year project inspired by the life and work of Marie Hartley MBE, the founder (with Joan Ingilby) of the Dales Countryside Museum. Marie Hartley, was an artist, writer and cultural historian. Upon her death, Marie bequeathed her wood engraving blocks to the Museum

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Wednesday 24th March

Wednesday 24th March 2021 - Sunday 23rd May 2021

Painting with Cloth – Cas Holmes starts and continues until Sunday 23rd May

Exploring the connection between landscape, people and place Cas collects found materials as she goes. marks are then created which combine cloth, paint and stitch with a disregard of the divisions of medium usage and application that often define the world of painting and textiles.

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Thursday 1st April

Wednesday 24th March 2021 - Sunday 23rd May 2021

Painting with Cloth – Cas Holmes started on Wednesday 24th March and continues until Sunday 23rd May

Exploring the connection between landscape, people and place Cas collects found materials as she goes. marks are then created which combine cloth, paint and stitch with a disregard of the divisions of medium usage and application that often define the world of painting and textiles.

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Saturday 1st May

Wednesday 24th March 2021 - Sunday 23rd May 2021

Painting with Cloth – Cas Holmes started on Wednesday 24th March and continues until Sunday 23rd May

Exploring the connection between landscape, people and place Cas collects found materials as she goes. marks are then created which combine cloth, paint and stitch with a disregard of the divisions of medium usage and application that often define the world of painting and textiles.

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Sunday 23rd May

Wednesday 24th March 2021 - Sunday 23rd May 2021

Painting with Cloth – Cas Holmes started on Wednesday 24th March and ends on this day

Exploring the connection between landscape, people and place Cas collects found materials as she goes. marks are then created which combine cloth, paint and stitch with a disregard of the divisions of medium usage and application that often define the world of painting and textiles.

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