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North Yorkshire的獨特新鮮事

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Make a silver Ring
Indulge yourself in a unique experience with Victoria, an award-winning jewelry designer. Victoria will teach you how to construct your own silver ring. Guiding you step by step, you'll take home your profession creations a silver ring, new skills and some really fun memories. Many people also enjoy a country side walk next to the canal right on our door step. Skipton is known as the Gateway to the yorkshire dales. Its a popular and vibrant destination to visit with many shops, lovely resurants and cafes to get lunch or have a drink. Plently of parking close by.
Make a Manchester Bee Mosaic workshop & walking tour
Before we start to make our mosaic, we will meet outside the Mosley street entrance of Manchester Art Gallery to begin our walking bee tour. The art gallery is the perfect place to start. We will spot a few bees, explore the significance of the Manchester bee and look at some Pre-Raphaelite Art. Then onto Manchester Town Hall to pay homage to Alfred Waterhouse (1830 ~1905) the architect of the gothic style masterpiece. He had the vision for the incredible bee mosaic floor, the inspiration for our mosaic. Then over to Library Walk to see the flower mosaic floor and spot some more worker bees. As we make our way through the streets of Manchester we will see wonderful examples of architecture. Onto "Whitworth Locke Hotel” Co Working Space, Whitworth Street. Where we will settle in with a tea or coffee from Foundation Coffee. I’ll guide you through the mosaic process and techniques. Sharing my skills and tips on how to make your own mosaic bee. You’ll leave with a unique mosaic to treasure forever, a wonderful memory of your trip to Manchester. All materials will be provided. The experience is a wonderful welcome to Manchester, you're going to have the best time. It’s a unique experience, I know you'll love. This will be an excellent way of meeting new people if you are travelling alone.
Pottery in the Peak District
Get your hands dirty in the pottery studio! You'll learn how to throw on a wheel and some simple creative techniques to make your pots special. Everyone will at the very least produce a cup and a dish, you'll be able to decorate your work and it'll be included in our next wood kiln firing. Other things to note This experience is tailored for people who are creative, you don't need any experience of pottery... but if you do, great, you can really push your creativity.
Pottery session, make your own pot
We will start with a Demonstration of making a pot on wheel, then slab pot techniques to make a jar. followed by your opportunity for you to make 2 pots in my studio in white clay. Decorate your pot and take it home. It can be painted and decorated,you can make two pots one on the wheel and the other slab built I will show you around my studio and explain how to make the pots including plates, bowls, tile, jewelry and buttons Tea and coffee will be available. The session is 2 hours long Another thing to note bring old clothes you don't mind getting mucky If you want to have your pot glazed and fired an extra session will need to be booked or I can do it for you and post it to u by arrangement. £30 You will go home with an understanding of ceramics and how to make your own pots bowls vases etc All welcome
Yorkshire Moorland foraging walk
We will walk from Danby up onto the moors and through the ancient oak woodland to forage for wild free food. We will see and learn about the rich wild harvest found on the moors and valleys of the north york moors. You will learn about the local foods we can eat including berries, flowers, and herbs from the area. I will teach you how to find and identify plants you can eat. We will find edible seasonal plants. I will explain how to prepare recipes and the uses of herbs, flowers, berries found, and medicinal uses of plants found. The foraging walk will include moorland, a secret valley, and ancient woodlands You need to be able to walk over rough ground for approximately 5 km. walks can be shortened by arrangement .We can stop at a cafe at the end, at Moors Centre if desired We will end at a cafe or pub for a drink or snack in Danby if you desire, possibly the moors centre, or the Duke of Wellington pub Other things to note Enjoy a special unique experience learning how to find natural plants you can use in a variety of ways including berries, nuts, seeds, and leaves. Walking up a beautiful hidden valley onto the moorland edge at a slow pace so we can appreciate the moors Meet at the bakery in Danby.

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Silver ring making in a jewellers studio
I will show you how to make your own sterling silver ring or bangle from scratch. We will start by working out a design and the size needed first in copper wire or sheet, and how to create textures using a rolling mill, hammers or punches. I will show you how to correctly use a jeweller's piercing saw to cut the metal. After annealing the metal using a blow torch, you'll form the ring or bangle, using a mallet to shape it to the mandrel. I will demonstrate how to solder the join, and then you'll get a go! You will make the final piece in silver to your own personal design. And then it gets a final finish burnished, matt or shiny... and you get to put it on and it's yours to keep...or give to someone special as a thoughtful gift. Other things to note We are dog-friendly...Truffe my soppy springer spaniel gets excited when we have visitors, let me know if you would like a less exuberant welcome! There are stairs to reach the studio and bathroom.
Silversmithing Workshop - Make a silver ring or Bangle
For alternative times, please drop me a message. A 3 hour workshop enabling you to design and make your own silver ring or bangle (bangle is at extra cost) Starting in copper you will learn how to form and size a ring. We will also cover soldering and I will also show you how to texture metal and include other techniques such as stamping. After playing and designing your piece, the techniques you learn will then enable you to create a solid ring band or bangle in sterling silver. You will go away with a copper and a silver ring. Extra bangle cost is £20.
Make a silver Ring
Indulge yourself in a unique experience with Victoria, an award-winning jewelry designer. Victoria will teach you how to construct your own silver ring. Guiding you step by step, you'll take home your profession creations a silver ring, new skills and some really fun memories. Many people also enjoy a country side walk next to the canal right on our door step. Skipton is known as the Gateway to the yorkshire dales. Its a popular and vibrant destination to visit with many shops, lovely resurants and cafes to get lunch or have a drink. Plently of parking close by.
Make a Manchester Bee Mosaic workshop & walking tour
Before we start to make our mosaic, we will meet outside the Mosley street entrance of Manchester Art Gallery to begin our walking bee tour. The art gallery is the perfect place to start. We will spot a few bees, explore the significance of the Manchester bee and look at some Pre-Raphaelite Art. Then onto Manchester Town Hall to pay homage to Alfred Waterhouse (1830 ~1905) the architect of the gothic style masterpiece. He had the vision for the incredible bee mosaic floor, the inspiration for our mosaic. Then over to Library Walk to see the flower mosaic floor and spot some more worker bees. As we make our way through the streets of Manchester we will see wonderful examples of architecture. Onto "Whitworth Locke Hotel” Co Working Space, Whitworth Street. Where we will settle in with a tea or coffee from Foundation Coffee. I’ll guide you through the mosaic process and techniques. Sharing my skills and tips on how to make your own mosaic bee. You’ll leave with a unique mosaic to treasure forever, a wonderful memory of your trip to Manchester. All materials will be provided. The experience is a wonderful welcome to Manchester, you're going to have the best time. It’s a unique experience, I know you'll love. This will be an excellent way of meeting new people if you are travelling alone.
Pottery in the Peak District
Get your hands dirty in the pottery studio! You'll learn how to throw on a wheel and some simple creative techniques to make your pots special. Everyone will at the very least produce a cup and a dish, you'll be able to decorate your work and it'll be included in our next wood kiln firing. Other things to note This experience is tailored for people who are creative, you don't need any experience of pottery... but if you do, great, you can really push your creativity.
Rock 'n Goal Manchester Walking Tour
Join Joe on the #1 Google walking tour of Manchester. Wander through the streets and learn some of the hidden gems and secrets of Manchester! On your tour you will see some sets of BBC and Netflix series. You will also see where Hollywood movies were filmed and see that the architecture, staircases and pavements of the streets look like New York. You’ll also experience the incredible street art of the Northern Quarter and find plenty of Instagram photo opportunities! You’ll learn how one Manchester resident was instrumental in ending the 2nd world war. You’ll also see how Manchester had a huge role in leading the way to ending slavery. You’ll see how Manchester gave the world many firsts including the handheld ice cream, women voting rights, vegetarianism and policemen! You will also see the meeting place which gave the world the Premier League! Learn what famous singers did before they made it! And see how and why Manchester has more music than any other city in Britain! You can find out more by visiting my website: www.rockandgoalmanchester.com
Pottery session, make your own pot
We will start with a Demonstration of making a pot on wheel, then slab pot techniques to make a jar. followed by your opportunity for you to make 2 pots in my studio in white clay. Decorate your pot and take it home. It can be painted and decorated,you can make two pots one on the wheel and the other slab built I will show you around my studio and explain how to make the pots including plates, bowls, tile, jewelry and buttons Tea and coffee will be available. The session is 2 hours long Another thing to note bring old clothes you don't mind getting mucky If you want to have your pot glazed and fired an extra session will need to be booked or I can do it for you and post it to u by arrangement. £30 You will go home with an understanding of ceramics and how to make your own pots bowls vases etc All welcome
Introduction to Foraging Experience - Sheffield
We will take an approximately two and a half-hour walk in nature (covering about 2 miles), stopping regularly to discuss (and in some cases eat!) the many edible goodies we find along the way, whether that be plants, fruits, nuts or mushrooms! What we’ll find depends on the time of year. Although the main focus will be foraging from the perspective of wild food, we will also touch upon foraging from the perspective of what can be foraged for non-food uses, such as medicinal purposes, making fire or making your own natural string and rope! Where possible we’ll be tasting some of the things we find and the course will cover: - Finding and discussing over 20 species common across the UK that have food, medicinal and/or bushcraft purposes, such as make-shift plasters or to make string. - How to identify the plants, flowers, fruits and mushrooms we come across. - Foraging laws and principles to ensure you forage safely and responsibly. - Information about poisonous species to avoid, and how to forage in a way that will ensure you always stay safe and can forage in a way that is fun and enjoyable. The course perhaps obviously has foraging at its heart, but will also aim to immerse you in nature in general. If you want to spend a couple of hours logged off from the modern world and logged in to nature, look no further that this foraging experience.
Yorkshire Moorland foraging walk
We will walk from Danby up onto the moors and through the ancient oak woodland to forage for wild free food. We will see and learn about the rich wild harvest found on the moors and valleys of the north york moors. You will learn about the local foods we can eat including berries, flowers, and herbs from the area. I will teach you how to find and identify plants you can eat. We will find edible seasonal plants. I will explain how to prepare recipes and the uses of herbs, flowers, berries found, and medicinal uses of plants found. The foraging walk will include moorland, a secret valley, and ancient woodlands You need to be able to walk over rough ground for approximately 5 km. walks can be shortened by arrangement .We can stop at a cafe at the end, at Moors Centre if desired We will end at a cafe or pub for a drink or snack in Danby if you desire, possibly the moors centre, or the Duke of Wellington pub Other things to note Enjoy a special unique experience learning how to find natural plants you can use in a variety of ways including berries, nuts, seeds, and leaves. Walking up a beautiful hidden valley onto the moorland edge at a slow pace so we can appreciate the moors Meet at the bakery in Danby.
The Heart of York Walking City Tour
The Heart of York Walking City Tour is a unique, fun and fascinating walking tour where you will discover secret places as well as uncover little-known tales from the history of the City. Where in York do you need to kiss so stay together forever? Where can you find the most haunted house in York? Which street was voted the most picturesque in Britain? Why is York the second capital of England? Ghosts, Harry Potter, kings, chocolate and even unicorns! There is something new and interesting for everyone whether you are local, tourist, adult or child. Follow me on this journey to learn about all of this and even more! “Still round the corner, there may wait, a new road or a secret gate.” J. R. R. Tolkien
My Great Big Smallholding Tour
Do you want to live in a greener, more sustainable way? Are you worried about climate change? Do you want to eat more fruit and vegetables? Do you want to start growing things? Are you interested in learning more about keeping chickens, and beekeeping? This tour will inspire you to get started . . . You will: • Tour the vegetable garden. Discuss permaculture, inter-cropping, perennials, no-dig, pests. Enter the greenhouse and see the hotbox and its crops: early salad, melons, tomatoes and grapes. See and discuss composting and (leaf) mulching. • Tour the fruit and nut trees. Discuss growing , grafting and crossing apples and other fruit. See cordons, step-overs, espalier, standards. See sweet chestnut, cobs and walnuts. See a family tree with three apple varieties. • See the 10+ varieties of soft fruit in the fruit cage. • Feed the chickens and check for eggs. Discuss chicks, dual-purpose birds and general care. • Watch the bees, and learn more about beekeeping. Try on a bee suit. Taste the honey. • Walk along the (planted) foraging hedge with many different types of pollen and fruit for humans / bees. See the pears grafted to hawthorn. • See the turkeys and discuss (Sep to Dec!). • See the solar panels, wood pellet boiler, smart meter. Discuss all the energy systems. • Hear a little history of 1870 Farlands House, and Hayfield village inc the dam and the Kinder Trespass. Other things to note Can't find a suitable date? Please get in touch. We will be walking/standing for 90 mins. Great walking from the door in the Peak District National Park. You are welcome to leave a car before/after.
Foraging walk for spring edible wild foods in Yorkshire
Spring has arrived and the woods are about to burst with edible spring greens. Come and join me in this unique beginners foraging experience where you will get introduced about what foraging really is, identify a some spring wild edible foods and what to do with them. The walk will start with a short introduction about myself and what we will be doing during the day and what’s are we going to look for. The whole day will last approximately 3h, we will be walking and admiring the beautiful countryside that surround us while talking and spotting our wild foods to forage. After the walk we will seat by the river (bring your own picnic blanket or towel) and I will serve you a Vegetarian light lunch made by me with seasonal wild foods, like for example my delicious nettle soup, wild garlic pesto or my seeded GF homemade bread. We will enjoy lunch in a peaceful setting while we relax and chat about this lovely recipes that you later on can make at home with what you just foraged. Sometimes you are given so much information in the day that you get home and don’t even remember what you have picked or how was the recipe we talked about. Do not worry! I will send you an email with everything we talk on the day, to help you remember what you have learnt.
Hang Out With Goats
Hang out in a hammock in our goat barn amongst our herd of world famous zoom goats! Arrive at the farm to a hamper of Goat Hangout Goodies all ready for you: A hammock to hang up in the goat pen so you can recline amongst the herd All organic hot drink facilities so you can relax in your hammock with your beverage of choice A snuggly blanket to curl up under in your hammock (the goats may steal this!) Whether you simply want to chill out in the middle of a herd of goats in the peace of the countryside or plan on taking the time to read a good book (best bring a kindle, they'll eat a paper book unless you meticulously guard it!) we guarantee this is chill out time like no other! Goat hang outs are in our main goat barn. On fair weather days you can leave the big barn door open and look over the spectacular rolling hills while you chill in your hammock. On chilly, windy or wet days we shut the big barn door and provide super toasty blankets so you can be sure to stay snuggly warm - even if it's below zero! This booking is for 1 person on an experience open to the public. We're using all the profits from these sessions to help save up for renewable power technologies for our farm! Want to book a different time? Search Cronkshaw online to find our site and farm calendar
Mindful nature walk on the Yorkshire Moorland
Mindful, meditative, sensory walking. Feel grounded and connected to the earth, really appreciating nature. Allow yourself to be really aware of where you are and use your senses to experience the environment in a new way. One way to focus your attention is to bring words or phrases to your steps, drawing, art, or photography. See and hear wildlife that thrives on the moorland and stunning views in the National Park. We will visit hidden gems and meditate, it is a healing and calming activity. Climbing gently up the hill onto the heather moorland we will get immersed in nature in the style of John Muir experiencing the sights sounds and smells of the area. The walk takes three and a half hours walking in woodland and on moorland. It is just over 9km, height gain 265m, a reasonable level of fitness required Walking on remote moorland requires experience and I am an experienced guide and qualified mountain leader, who worked for the national park and has led walks here for many years. I have a great deal of local knowledge. Bring suitable footwear and waterproofs. If it is very hot a hat and water are recommended.We may stop for refreshments at the National Park centre.
Mountain & Trail Fitness Training
We now offer an introduction to trail and mountain fitness based out of Clapham, North Yorkshire. 2 PERSON MINIMUM BOOKING Available to anyone wanting to increase their fitness in the best gym anywhere, the trails and mountains of North Yorkshire, the great outdoors! The day starts at 10.30am at Clapham Waterfall with introductions and brief outline of the session activities: 1. How to stretch and warm up correctly 2. A warm up walk up to the gorge where we will introduce the basics of scrambling safely and the techniques used. 3. Using low intensity interval walking, based around power walking and using your heart rate as a guide to training. We then walk to Gaping Gill to show how to use step training as part of a fitness programme. If you have a smart watch or training watch this is almost a must have. (These are relatively inexpensive now). 4. After a short break we then trail walk Ingleborough and give advice on the best way to attempt a trail climb at a specific pace. The return part of the decent takes us down on part of the 3 peaks trail then returning past the Cave entrance and back to our starting point. This is designed for beginners but we can customise the training levels up to trail running and extended HIIT sessions as a private booking. If you don’t see a suitable date, do please send us a request.
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