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.
Today, Sunday 15 )ctober 2017, is the last day that Anne Wright will open Abbey Stores for business, before closing down and the new owners, Helen and Craig take over and re-open on Thursday 19 October.
Looking forward to retirement!
Anne has been running Abbey Stores since May 2002 and is off to Whixley, between York and Harrogate for a well earned retirement, re-decorating her house and walking Ollie the dog.
All in Rosedale wish her the very best for the future and look forward to welcoming the new proprietors next week.
Dave Oakey, a long time resident of the village, has taken over from Howard Hebron as landlord of the Coach House Inn in Rosedale Abbey.
Dave training his biceps!
Dave looks forward to welcoming regular and new customers to the Inn. In turn, all of us wish him and his team good luck for the future.
After thirteen years in charge, Howard and Daphne Hebron are saying farewell to the Coach House Inn and downsizing their responsibilities by retiring to their charming cottage in Wrelton.
Howard, Daphne and Family
However, the village will still see a lot of them no doubt as Howard plans to help his son Ben with his ATV business in the yard behind the inn and Daphne promises to spend a lot more time with their grand-children!
All in Rosedale and Hartoft wish Howard and Daphne the very best of good fortune.
After stocktaking on Thursday the Inn reopens under new management on Friday when Dave Oakey would like welcome all Coach House regulars and new visitors.
Kate with one of the landscape bowls – picture by Tony Bartholomew
Kate Jones of Gillies Jones Glass, with landscape bowls which will be seen in the Crafted: Makers of the Exceptional exhibition at London’s Royal Academy of Arts.
Work by Yorkshire glassmakers Gillies Jones will be seen in a showcase celebrating the work of the UK’s leading craftmakers.
Rosedale glassmakers, Stephen Gillies and Kate Jones, are appearing in the exhibition at London’s Royal Academy of Arts, as alumni of the Crafted mentoring programme run by Walpole, a not-for-profit organisation that aims to further the interests of the British luxury industry. They are showing five large pieces of glass, each decorated with a landscape inspired by their surroundings in the North York Moors National Park.
The showcase, which runs from Thursday to Saturday, is free of charge to visit and open to all.
Ms Jones said: “We’re delighted to be selected as part of this prestigious showcase of contemporary craft, showing our work alongside 30 makers across the disciplines in a unique cultural organisation: a place where art is made, exhibited and debated.”
The Crafted programme was founded four years ago to
protect and promote traditional skills that are often forgotten
and overlooked in an era of digital design and mass production.
Two of Sue Atkinson’s goats at Medds Farm. Sue and Kevin produce ethically reared organic lamb and pork, eggs and also goats’ milk. Call Sue on 01751 417619 for details.
Two Kids On The Hill
Stephen and Kate Gillies have made the front page of today’s (Saturday) Yorkshire Post. The article covers the preparation of some new designs for a forthcoming exhibition called ‘Inspired Landscapes’ running from 13 May to 17 July at the North York Moors Centre at Danby.