Wednesday 10th January 2024 - Sunday 31st March 2024 10:30am - 4:00pm

Location: Farfield Mill

Contact: Joanne Mowbray



Admission: Free

This exhibition aims to capture the colour and motion of water, It’s deep depths and combination of water and sky in textile form, using free motion embroidery, manipulated fabrics and hand stitch.

Some other events in January 2024

Wednesday 10th January 2024 - Sunday 31st March 2024 10:30am - 4:00pm

Water – Jo Garlick and Lynn Ward

Water is an exhibition exploring two different Artists’ observations and interpretations of the theme of water. Rivers, ponds, waterfalls, clouds, puddles, and the wildlife within North Yorkshire’s waterways inspire both Jo Garlick and Lynn Ward. Their unique styles complement each other to bring an interesting exhibition of the natural world.

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Wednesday 10th January 2024 - Sunday 31st March 2024 10:30am - 4:00pm

Shifting Borders – South West Scotland Printmakers

South West Scotland Printmakers is a cooperative of printmakers and supporters from Southwest Scotland and surrounding areas.  Their aim is to create both physical and virtual spaces where often rurally isolated printmakers can talk about printmaking, exchanging knowledge, skills, news and information.

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Wednesday 10th January 2024 7:30pm

History Society: Stained Glass

Peter McNaugh is a very experienced artist and restorer of stained glass in both modern and historic settings.   He learnt his craft and was trained in the tradition of stained glass techniques at York Minster.   Peter now has a vast wealth of experience.   We will be privileged to be shown the processes that are involved in the production and restoration of different kinds of stained glass and some particularly fine examples of the craft

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Sunday 14th January 2024 10:30am

Covenant Service

Thursday 18th January 2024 2:00pm

Rawthey Run

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Wednesday 24th January 2024 7:30pm

History Society: Excavations at High Carlingill

Jan Hicks, the Chairman of the Lunesdale Archaeology Society, which was set up in 2011, will talk to us about Digging for Britain – excavations at High Carlingill.    The research project was funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and ha produced many interesting finds

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