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    Other things to do on Saturday

    The Yorkshire Dales Falconry and Wildlife Conservation Centre is 5 to 10 minutes ride away from the venue.

    There are three displays during the day and times are at 12:00pm, 1:30pm and 3pm.

    So if don't feel like riding in the Dales, this might be an option

    Address:
    Crows Nest Road
    Nr. Giggleswick (A65)
    Settle
    North Yorkshire
    LA2 8AS

    Telephone:
    (01729) 822832
    Fax:
    (01729) 825160
    Information Line:
    (01729) 825164

    Email: info@falconryandwildlife.com

    http://www.dalesfalconry.f9.co.uk/info/falconmain.htm

    Or....

    If you want to see where the TV series All Creatures Great and Small was filmed, some scenes were shot at Bolton Castle and in the village of Askrigg, which doubled for the fictional Darrowby. The original set of the interior of the vet surgery is now located at the Richmondshire Museum in Richmond, North Yorkshire and is open to the public.

    A short ride will get you to any of these locations

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    I put the postcode into Google maps and have made up a waypoint which should be pretty close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidan1150 View Post
    I put the postcode into Google maps and have made up a waypoint which should be pretty close.
    Thanks for that, Aidan

    It's only a couple of miles down the road from the campsite on the main road and impossible to miss


    Edit : I don't do bike sat nav...well not yet

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    For all of you who like steam choo-choo's (and I know that there are), there's the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway.

    (Arguably )

    "One of Britain's 10 Best Train Trips" - The Sunday Times

    http://www.kwvr.co.uk/

    A 30 to 40 minute ride (to Oxenhope or Keighley) from the campsite with parking.
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