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We are holding some drop-in sessions aimed at spreading the word and encouraging a good broad Local Action Group (LAG) membership, so the best people are voted onto the Decision Panel. Why not come along for a chat? Find out … Continue reading
Bentham is set to benefit from an £18,000 financial boost for a project designed to increase the number of visitors to the town. The Yorkshire Dales LEADER Local Action Group has awarded £18,075 to Craven District Council for a successful … Continue reading
Don’t miss this fabulous weekend of LEADER celebration events starting Friday 24th May to Sundat 27th May by North Lincolnshire Local Action Group! Download event brochure here. Festivals Leaflet (be aware this is a large file) Contact North Lincolnshire Local … Continue reading
Two years ago the Yorkshire Dales LEADER Local Action Group were delighted to take part in a Co-operation project with the Coast Wolds,Wetlands and Waterways LEADER group around the “Way of the Roses” cycleway. Part of that project was identifying … Continue reading
Rural businesses, take 2 minutes to take part in the Rural Economy Index survey. The CLA / Smiths Gore Index is now used by the Bank of England so your effort in giving them your responses is worthwhile. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/cla_smithsgore_rural_economy_index_1Q2013
Join Dallowgill Local History Group for a walk exploring Dallowgill’s historic landscape with Community Archaeologist, Kev Cale, this Saturday! Saturday 23rd March 10am Meet at Dallowgill Methodist Chapel Please contact Patrice Lyth via email: email@example.com if you are interested.
Introduction to Basket Weaving (on behalf of Gayle Mill Trust) Saturday 20th April starting at 10.30. See below PDF for details and for booking. Basket weaving