A Happy Christmas and best wishes for the New Year
to All Visitors to this Site!

Winskill Stones Plantlife Nature Reserve in N Yorks- picture taken in December 2000
Winskill Stones

Langcliffe Institute from the Church. April 2000

Langcliffe Millennium Project

During 2000 an exhibition was held. It showed the results of Research and Activities carried out by the people of Langcliffe. As well as Archaeology and Social History the exhibition included displays on the geology, botany and birdlife of Langcliffe Parish.

A book was produced "Langcliffe - Glimpses of a Dales Village"
A few copies of these remain and can be bought at the village post office for £6.00
Profits made from selling this book will go towards the production of a second book, which is currently being researched. We are keen to hear of people with recollections of Langcliffe as it was long ago, including tales from people who stayed here during the war. Do get in touch if you can contribute.

Langcliffe Celandines in April

Come to our Home Made Teas every Sunday in Summer 2.30-5pm at the village Institute and on the village green

Langcliffe Whist Drives are held in Langcliffe Institute at 7.30 on Fridays every four weeks: Do come an join in the fun!

The Anglican Church has Services at different times each week, fitting in with the other two churches at Stainforth and Horton in Ribblesdale. For details email the Vicar, Rev Roger Wood

Carpet Bowls - Thursday Afternoons and evenings at the Institute

English Country Dancing at Langcliffe Institute, on Monday evenings at winter. English Country Dancing is much easier than Scottish Dancing. A warm welcome is extended to complete newcomers.

Thursday Club for Pensioners 10.30-12 at the Institute

Foot and Mouth hit Langcliffe Parish on 10 May 2001. We thought we might escape, but it was not to be so. Although only three farms in or close to the parish have had foot and mouth confirmed, all the animals on the contiguous farms weree being culled. A lot of farms and a lot of animals.

Blue Moor Grass is a speciality of the Craven area.
It does not grow in the south of England.
It is the first grass to flower and grows on limestone grassland and cliffs

Langcliffe sur Lac Autumn 2000

"Langcliffe sur Lac..." Autumn 2000

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Last updated on 30 Sept 2010
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