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Review Issue 129
Review issue 129 published in Winter 2015. Articles include updates on barn conversions, Dales transport and affordable housing, features on Yorkshire Granola at Yockenthwaite by Liz Hird, high nature value farming in the Dales by Helen Keep, and the Wharfedale Brewery, ‘The Joy of Paragliding’ by Peter Balmforth and an item on Farfield Mill arts and ...
Review Issue 130
Review issue 130 published in Spring 2015. Articles include updates on planning issues, a discussion about why Dales lovers should worry about the price of milk, volunteering at Brimham Rocks by Chris Hartley, a feature on the Wensleydale Railway, and a feature on the lead mining landscapes of the Dales by Yvonne Luke. There is a ...
Review Issue 135
Review issue 135 published in Summer 2016. Articles include a description of the Upper Lune Valley by Malcolm Petyt, a piece on Malham Tarn Field Studies Centre by Jim Wright, an item on agricultural shows by David Joy and ‘From the Farm Gate’ by Anthony Bradley. Mike Slater writes about dry stone walls, and Lynn Leadbeatter ...
Review Issue 142
Review issue 142 published in Spring 2018. Articles include a discussion about sustainable communities by Mark Corner, a Tale of Four Bridges by Malcolm Petyt, Hilary Fenten, Mark Corner and Chris Grogan. There is a feature on the conservation of Curlews by Lynn Leadbeatter, an update on Dalesbus, and a piece on Mike Hartley running the ...
Review Issue 144
Review issue 144 published in Summer 2018. Articles include an introduction to the Glover Review on the Future of National Parks by Mark Corner, ‘A Bright Future for our Flora and Fauna?’ Lynn Leadbeatter looks at the draft Management Plan, there are responses on cycling in Swaledale, Malcolm Petyt reports on Killington Hydro, Nancy Stedmen reports ...
Review Issue 15
Review issue 15 published in Summer 1986. Articles include a comment on the local need for the Settle-Carlisle Railway, an update on Coolscar Quarry, the pressures on the Three Peaks, aircraft noise spoiling the tranquillity of the Dales by Philip Helliwell and a feature on Sedbergh. Cover photo of hay making in Dentdale in 1955 by Geoffrey ...
Review Issue 22
Review issue 22 published in Spring 1988. Articles include holiday villages in the Dales, ‘John Thwaite – Poet and Dalesman’, Elgar in the Dales and action to save Dales barns. Cover photo of a barn in Langstrothdale by Margaret Smith, runner up in the YDS photography competition.
Review Issue 29
Review issue 29 published in Winter 1990. Articles include ‘Networks of History’ looking at the significance of paths and bridleways in the Dales landscape, photographs by Simon Warner of the restoration of the Ribbleshead Viaduct, discovering Middleham and ‘Clouds and Daffodills … Concrete and Tyres’ a film shown at the National Museum of Photography, Film and ...
Review Issue 33
Review Issue 33 published in Winter 1991. Articles include an introduction to the new Dales Enterprise, churches in the countryside, the Ripon Canal warehouses, the erosion of village open spaces and the proposed golf course for Catholes near Sedbergh. This issue also includes the celebrations to be held in YDS’s tenth anniversary week. Cover photo is a Winter ...
Review Issue 38
Review issue 38 published in Spring 1992. Articles include the Wensleydale railway, ‘Peacock Feathers and Angel Wings’ about the Church of St. Leonard in Chapel-le-Dale by Lynn F. Pearson, ‘Place Names of the Dales’ by Peter Metcalfe, ‘Horse Trainers of Coverdale’ by Jean Pollard and ‘Inns and Pubs of the Western Dales’ by Barrie Pepper. There is ...
Review Issue 45
Review issue 45 published Winter 1993. Articles include a comment on quarrying by Dr. Jim Burton, a visit by officers from Hochharz National Park in former East Germany, a feature on the conservation of Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal historic landscapes, access to the countryside for those with disabilities and the geology of Wharfedale by A. ...
Review Issue 46
Review issue 46 published in Spring 1994. Articles include the confirmation of Nidderdale AONB, a victory over Swinden Quarry, ‘Aux Yorkshire Dales Tout de Suite’, more on stiles by John B. Richardson, the Yorkshire Dales Cycle Way, the restoration of Gayle Institute by Roger Stott and a feature on Northumberland National Park. There is also an item ...
Review Issue 49
Review issue 49 published in Winter 1994. Articles include the new Pennine Bridleway by Ralph Atkinson, the Dales Partnership Project for the needs of older people by David Harvey, Naturalists in the Dales by Judith Allinson, ‘The Dalesman and his Dwellings’, Dennis Cairns on mining research, a piece by Robert King on the Brecon Beacons National ...
Review Issue 50
Review published in Spring 1995 marking the 50th issue. Articles include a discussion of compassion and diet in the Dales by John Sheard, a second piece on ‘The Dalesman and his Dwellings’, a response to the item on the Pennine Bridleway by Mary Towneley, comments on the European Nature Conservation Year and the Countryside Commission’s ‘Quality ...
Review Issue 51
Review issue 51 published in Summer 1995. Articles include ‘Green Lanes of the Dales’ by Richard Harland, ‘A Yorkshire Burn Disaster’ about a Settle-Carlisle train crash in 1910 by John Settle, Dales transport update, a campaign against illegal poisoning of animals by pesticides by Alan Shenker, the availability of large scale 19th Century Geological Maps and ...
Review Issue 55
Review issue 55 published in Summer 1996. Articles include a history of the Council for National Parks, ‘Three Dales fallacies’ – thoughts on false ideas by Bill Mitchell, a piece on ‘ARC – the conscience of the Dales?’ by Pip Land and a feature on Swaledale’s railway mania 1846 -1912 by Charles Hepworth; also short items ...
Review issue 67
Review issue 67 published in Summer 1999. Articles include ‘Green Lanes – Time for Solutions’ by Tim Rathmell, ‘Silent Stones Wait Still’ about Farfield Quaker Meeting House by David Hickson, a report on a walk near Malham on a wet June day, a feature on volunteering for the National Park by Rae Lonsdale and an update ...
Review Issue 71
Review issue 71 published in Summer 2000. Articles include a feature on 25 years of the Dales Rail, the exploration of Gaping Gill, a comment and photos of Green Lanes at risk and an introduction to the new Director for YDMT, Iain Oag and to Graham Watson – Honorary Member of YDS. Cover photo of Summer Meadow ...
Review Issue 79
Review issue 79 published in Summer 2002. Articles include a comment on Hostelling and the YHA Hostel at Grinton, a response on the need to protect Green Lanes, a report of the conference ‘Investing in Rural Creativity’ and a profile of Hilary Baker. There is also an update on the new Dales Bike Bus. Cover photo of Mike ...
Review Issue 80
Review issue 80 published in Autumn 2002. Articles include a comment on ‘Putting the Nation back into Nation Parks’, a response on the Green Lanes issue by a driver, further responses on public toilets, a report on the new heritage trail in Ingleton, a piece on Swaledale Wollens and a profile of Chris Wright. There is also ...
Review Issue 81
Review issue 81 published in Winter 2003. Articles include the launch of Corporate Membership of the Society, a tribute to the late Graham Watson, the establishment of the Yorkshire Dales Green Lanes Alliance by Michael Bartholomew, a feature ‘The Death of a Silent Beauty’ on dark night skies by Simon Fern, a report on the National ...
Review Issue 91
Review issue 91 published in Summer 2005. Articles include a celebration of the recently achieved open access to 64% of the land within the National Park, a discussion about what CAP reform will mean for the Dales landscape by Martin O’Hanlon, report on the Ken Willson Award prize winners Chris Bell and Louise Williams, a piece ...
Review Issue 98
Review issue 98 published in Spring 2007. Articles include an announcement of the establishment of the Dales & Bowland Community Interest Company Ltd, a description of the birds eye primrose by Reginald Farrer, a discussion about the carbon footprint of the National Park, managing Green Lanes in the National Park by Mark Allum, an introduction to ...
A collection of miscellaneous documents, including the story of registering the village green as a Common, assembled by the people of Selside over the years.
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