Review issue 119
Issue 119 published in Summer 2012.
Articles include a comment on affordable housing ‘No easy solution’, the issue of challenge walks and their impacts on the Dales, YDS’s views on the proposed extension to the National Park by Hugh Thornton, ‘Low Row, Swaledale and the textile industry’ by George Ingle, and an item on the Settle Storytelling festival by Sita Brand.
There is a feature ‘Memories of Swaledale: the finest dale in Yorkshire’ by Marie Caltieri, the solar eclipse as viewed from Giggleswick in 1927 by Rhona Thornton, the Green Tourism gold award presented to the Dalesbridge Centre in Austwick, a profile of Joan Ingilby by Bill Mitchell, a report on a visit to view moorland management at Dallowgill Moor, and ‘The li’le grey Ferguson’ revisited by Chris Wright.
Front cover is a photo of alpacas and an angora goat kid at Hazel Brow Farm, and back cover a carved stone from the Maze at Darwin Gardens on Ilkley Moor.