Rosedale Community News
Welcome to the Rosedale blog. This is where we share news and information about events in Rosedale and the wider community throughout the year. You’ll also find news about the village timetable, our micro enterprises, school events, clubs, and lively socials.
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There’s a newly refurbished holiday cottage in the village centre, and find details on the stay area of the web site.
for full info see here http://www.rosellacottage.co.uk/
Ladies (and gentlemen) tone up for the summer at Pilates Class.
If you’re local to Rosedale its not far to go…
find the class at Rosedale Reading Room, updale….
every Wednesday from 7.30pm – 8.30pm.
All welcome, wear comfortable stretchy clothing and bring yoga floor mat or blanket.
For more info call 417840
Lovely Piece in the Gazette & Herald on 13th March 2013 featuring Rosedale’s Luke Doughty.
“LUKE Doughty doesn’t need words to explain why he wants to be a hill farmer. The 17-year-old gestures with his hands as if to say ‘look around you’.
We are standing in a sheltered fold of the hills at Westerdale, high on the North York Moors. There was a thick, freezing fog on the drive here from York. But by mid-morning, up here, it has burned away. The slopes of the hills, golden in the March sunshine, are draped with rags of mist, but the views are stunning: across a narrow valley floor thick with clustering trees to the field boundaries running up into the hills – and the tops of the moors, browned with heather, beyond.
“I’ve always wanted to be a farmer,” says Luke, a former Lady Lumley’s School pupil. “I’ve never wanted to do owt else. It’s this –” he gestures again “– the sheep, the outdoors, the fresh air, the animals…” ”
See the full article by STEPHEN LEWIS HERE
If you’re visiting Rosedale you could not do better that visit Maggie Barracloughs tea garden at the head of the dale. Its the place to head to refresh yourself after a good walk… and this weekend the sun will be out, though I am sure the log burner will still be warming visitors taking tea alfresco in Maggies outside dining room !
Just in time for Easter Medds Farm has Lamb available. Rare Breed Wiltshire Horn, born and raised in Rosedale. You just can’t get more local !
Full details here
‘Our’ Rosedale Abbey featured in yesterdays Escape to the Country when Ann’s Abbey Stores was explored as a possible business venture and the ‘Ever Beautiful North York Moors’.
The Road into and out of Rosedale between Hartoft Bridge & Black Park is closed for 5 days work, weather permitting !
The village is accessible via Chimney Bank , (though this route must be avoided in any wintry conditions ) or via Blakey Ridge or Egton Bridge.
Updates from Highways will be posted here as available .