Horton In Ribblesdale Playing Fields Committee

01/19 - 01/23

Registered charity number: 512380

Horton In Ribblesdale Playing Fields Committee's method of operation:

  • Provides buildings/facilities/open space


What services Horton In Ribblesdale Playing Fields Committee provides:

  • Recreation

  • Amateur sport

  • Other charitable purposes

Settle Wheelers Cycling Club

Settle Wheelers Cycling Club

01/19 - 01/23

The Settle World Wide Wheelers Cycling Club was officially formed in 2001, but had existed informally as a group of Sunday morning riders for several years before that. Weekend cycle rides leave from Settle square on Saturday @ 1pm, and Sunday 9:30am (10am when poor conditions).

Visit SettleWWW Facebook for latest timings and events.

Settle Swimming Pool

Settle Swimming Pool

01/19 - 01/23

New information flyer promoting lessons and activities at Settle Swimming Pool. Since its opening in 1974, our pool has been managed by a volunteer committee of local people. Their aim to provide a high quality facility which the residents of Settle and surrounding areas can enjoy as well as visitors to the area.

Oil Buying Group

01/19 - 01/23

For residents in the Horton Parish (Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Selside and Helwith Bridge) a domestic Oil Buying Group is active and managed by Fiona Durham. Oil is ordered from a selection of local providers on a bi-monthly basis, selected on price. It is the responsibility of the individual to settle accounts with the provider.

If you are interested in being part of the Oil Buying Group, please contact fionadurham@hotmail.co.uk for more information.

Settle Harriers Running Club

Settle Harriers Running Club

01/19 - 01/23

Settle Harriers is a small club based at the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales in the North Craven area, in the towns of Settle, Ingleton and Hellifield. Founded in 1987, we are a growing club with approximately 150 active members.

Craven Potholing Club

Craven Potholing Club

01/19 - 01/23

The Craven Pothole Club was founded in 1929; we currently have about 240 members, who come from all walks of life and many parts of the world. 

The objects of our club are to promote a wide range of outdoor activities, for the benefit of members, including the exploration of caves and potholes, mountaineering, fell walking, rock climbing, skiing, cycling and other similar pursuits. 

Our headquarters are located in Skipton, North Yorkshire.  We also have field headquarters in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, next to the Crown Hotel.

Meets cover all the principal activities of the Club with caving, walking, and foreign expeditions suitable for both the beginner and the connoisseur. Social highlights include the August Gaping Gill winch meet and the November AGM and Dinner.

The Yorkshire Subterranean Society

The Yorkshire Subterranean Society

01/19 - 01/23

Formed by three avid cavers from Pontefract in 1964. Initially they called themselves 'The Undertakers Society'

but after adverse publicity they changed the name to the 'Yorkshire Subterranean Society' in August 1965. Since those early days members have come and gone yet we have gone on to be one of the largest clubs based in the Yorkshire Dales. This year we are celebrating our 50th year. We have our own hut in Helwith Bridge known as 'The School' which provides Dales-based accommodation for our members and outside parties

This website is owned and run by Horton in Ribblesdale Parish Council, it satisfies the requirement of the Transparency Code Legislation 2015 in respect to Local Authority documentation which must be available to the public. The Council information provided within the site include agenda, minutes, financial statements, policies, procedures, Councillor and contact details.

The website is also freely available to the community, enabling voluntary organisations and  local groups to advertise events to a wider community. Local businesses can also advertise their services on the website free of charge, this decision was resolved at the Parish Council meeting held on 10/06/2019. 

Advertising

To advertise using the website the organiser of an event must in the first instance contact the Clerk to the Council using the contact details provided on the site. The organiser will provide the notice of the event, which will be examined for suitability purposes before being placed on the Council website. Local businesses must also follow this process to ensure appropriate advertising practices are maintained.

It is the responsibility of any organiser or business to notify Council of any changes to an advertisement by informing the Clerk as soon as possible.

Disclaimer

Horton in Ribblesdale Parish Council allow local groups and businesses to use its website for advertising purposes and provide this service free of charge, enabling the promotion of our community and their services to a wider area.

The Parish Council abstains from recommending any of the advertised services, but will provide free advertising space as a platform for the community to promote their services.

HORTON IN RIBBLESDALE PARISH COUNCIL | PEN-Y-GHENT WARD | CRAVEN DISTRICT | CONTACT clerk@hortoninribblesdale.org.uk