Wednesday 6th March 2019 7:30pm

Location: Settlebeck School

Contact: Richard Cann, 015396 20771

Website: http://www.sedberghhistory.org/

Admission: Members £1, non members £2, includes refreshments

The talk looks at the varied and changing roles of women . The experiences of both men and women varied over time, place and according to class or income. What evidence is there to illustrate how the experiences of women in the Dales were in line with the national context?

Some other events in March 2019

Friday 1st March 2019 - Sunday 28th April 2019 10:30am - 4:00pm

Much More Than Meets The Eye! – Exhibition by James Owen Thomas

James is a new young artist who creates his art from things others cast aside.
‘From an early age, I always preferred to see litter in bins rather than it is spoiling the countryside, parks and seashore. I later realised how some of it can be recycled and this developed into a special interest exploring my own ideas in art. I began finding a use for brightly-coloured scratch cards that had been thrown away. Now I am pleased to say that some local businesses save them for me. I make them into pictures and sometimes combine them with paper wrappings or beachcombed items etc.’

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Sunday 3rd March 2019 2:00pm

Freda Trott Centernary Concert

Mixed programme of music.  Light Refreshments

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Sunday 3rd March 2019 6:30pm

Sperm Whales around the Azores

Lecture  by Miranda Van der Linde

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Monday 4th March 2019 6:00pm

Teatime Concert

A concert given by Sedbergh School Pupils in the Thornely Studio.   An extremely good tea is provided.   The concert gives pupils who are up and coming in musical talents, as well as the best the school has, a chance to perform before an audience.    For this reason they are delighted to welcome as many people as possible

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Tuesday 5th March 2019

Yorkshire Dales National Park Tourism Forum 2019

This year the Forum will be held at Sedbergh School, where there will be a range of inspirational speakers.   This year there will be Sarah Dunning OBE Chief Executive of the Westmorland Family as the keynote speaker.

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