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Community Noticeboard

  • NOTICES
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  • ZARINA'S OFF LICENCE
    ZARINA'S OFF LICENCE is now open. Come and have a look and tell us what you would like us to stock. Open daily between 10 a.m. and 12 noon and then between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.
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  • The Kettlewell and Buckden Community First Responders
    The Kettlewell and Buckden Community First Responders (CFRs) teams jointly won the Yorkshire Ambulance Trust "Scheme of the Year" regional award for 2019 in recognition of the levels of on-duty coverage provided by small numbers of volunteers in their areas. CFRs are volunteers who are part of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS), providing advance attendance to serve local communities and assistance to the Service which is especially important in rural areas where ambulances may take some time to arrive. CFRs are only activated by the YAS after a 999 call has been made and an ambulance dispatched and are generally not called upon for accidents or injuries. If you would be prepared to assist the community by undergoing training and becoming a Responder please contact Doug (01756) 761703.
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  • NEW PARISH ADMINISTRATOR
    The new Administrator, Andrew Hitchon, will be working in the new Parish Office in the Jubilee Room at Kettlewell Parish Church. This office will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesdays – Fridays. Tel. (01756) 380237 upperwharfedale@leedsanglican.org
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  • CLEANERS REQUIRED FOR ST. MARY’S CHURCH
    There are some volunteer slots on the cleaning rota. This involves an hour on a Friday or Saturday for a calendar month. Please contact Sue Nelson (01756) 760887
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  • YOUR SCHOOL NEEDS YOU!
    VOLUNTEERS ARE REQUIRED FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS A WEEK TO HELP WITH BOTH THE LIBRARY AND THE GARDEN AT KETTLEWELL SCHOOL. ANY TIME YOU CAN SPARE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED AND WOULD HELP US PROVIDE AN EXCITING, ATTRACTIVE AND EASY TO ACCESS LEARNING ENVIRONMENT. PLEASE CONTACT ADMIN@KETTLEWELL.N-YORKS.SCH.UK IF YOU ARE INTERESTED.
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  • EVENTS
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  • Indoor Bowls
    This continues each Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm. Come and enjoy the fun or just watch! Cost £3 which includes tea/coffee and biscuits. A pair of smooth soled shoes is all that is required.
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  • 12 November 2019 Kettlerwell W.I.
    The November meeting on Tuesday 12th will be in Kettlewell Village Hall at 7.30pm when Mrs. Laura Appleton will be teaching us how to make ‘Papercraft Christmas Wreaths’. Visitors most welcome to join us at a cost of £5.00 which includes refreshments.
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  • 23 November 2019 Children's Society Coffee Morning
    The Annual Coffee morning to help homeless children will take place at Fold Farm, Kettlewell on Saturday 23rd November from 10.30am until noon. There will be a Bring and Buy gift stall, Christmas cakes and a raffle. Coffee/Tea and mince pies £2.50 Everyone welcome.
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  • 27 November 2019 Table Tennis
    Table tennis tournament in Kettlewell village hall on Wednesday 27th November for adults and secondary students. Practice and registration from 5pm until 5.30pm. Play will commence at 5.30pm and finish by 9pm. Please bring your own refreshments. Cost of entry £3 per player. Contact Clare or Di on 761864 for more information
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  • 29 November 2019 Grassington Players
    GRASSINGTON PLAYERS at The Gamekeepers, Long Ashes, Friday 29th November 8 pm. Next show is ‘A Christmas Carrot’. A hilarious script with rousing musical numbers from Oliver, My Fair Lady and Annie plus Christmas carols. Please come and sing along!
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  • 30 November 2019 Film Night
    The film "Yesterday" will be shown on Saturday 30th November 7.30pm in Kettlewell Village Hall. Adults £5 under 19 £5. As usual bring your own drinks and nibbles. "Jack Malik is a struggling singer-songwriter. After a freak bus accident he wakes up to discover that The Beatles have never existed. Jack becomes on overnight sensation when he performs their songs.
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  • 30 November 2019 Grassington Players
    GRASSINGTON PLAYERS at Upper Wharfedale School, Saturday 30th November 8 pm. Next show is ‘A Christmas Carrot’. A hilarious script with rousing musical numbers from Oliver, My Fair Lady and Annie plus Christmas carols. Please come and sing along!
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  • 6 December 2019 Christmas Quiz
    Friday 6th December 6pm – 8pm in Kettlewell Village Hall. Everyone welcome. Children free Adults £5. Includes sausages in a Yorkshire pud. Bar available. Teams should have a maximum of 4 adults.
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  • 6 December 2019 Grassington Players
    GRASSINGTON PLAYERS at Grassington Town Hall, Friday 6th December 8 pm. Next show is ‘A Christmas Carrot’. A hilarious script with rousing musical numbers from Oliver, My Fair Lady and Annie plus Christmas carols. Please come and sing along!
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  • 7 December 2019 Coffee Morning
    Save the date! St. Mary’s Churches Kettlewell & Conistone are holding a Coffee Morning on Saturday 7th December 10 am – 2pm in Kettlewell Church. Soup Lunches and Preserve Stall selling jam, chutney, marmalade, mincemeat, mincepies, fudge and possibly Christmas puddings.
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  • 21 December 2019 Buckden Singers Christmas Show
    Buckden Singers Christmas Show takes place on Saturday 21st December at 7.30pm in Buckden Village Institute. Traditional audience carols and songs with party pieces and usual silliness. Tickets available from Anne Vetch 01756 760882 or by emailing tickets@buckden.org, £8 for adults (including mince pieas and mulled wine) and free for children.
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  • 22 December 2019 Blue Bell Christmas Quiz
    The Blue Bell Christmas Quiz, Sunday 22 December 2019, 7pm. Everyone Welcome, £2 per person including supper
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Welcome

The village of Kettlewell and the hamlet of Starbotton form the parish of Kettlewell with Starbotton, centred around St Mary's Church in Kettlewell. The parish lies in beautiful Upper Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, with its stunning limestone scenery. We are a thriving community and it is a delightful place to visit with plenty of places to eat, drink and stay. This website provides valuable information and a notice board for both residents and visitors.


About the area

Where To Stay

The area has several hotels and pubs, beautiful campsites, several bed and breakfasts and many holiday cottages to let.

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Where To Eat

Whether it is a cooked breakfast, an evening meal, lunch at one of the tearooms or a take-away pizza, there is plenty of choice available

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What to Do

The area is surrounded by a wide range of places to visit - castles, museums, children's activities and many natural beauty spots

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