Parish of Swaledale with Arkengarthdale

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Parish Newsletters for April 2022

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  • Posted On: 11 April 2022
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St Andrew's Clock

Introduction of an auto winder mechanism

  • Posted On: 29 March 2022
St Andrew's Clock The Parish Church of St.Andrew was extensively renovated in 1896 although the main footprint of the church dates back to Norman times - it gets a mention in the Domesday book! The church has strong links back to Bridlington Priory despite the distance between the buildings and the district boundaries that would have been  crossed in those days. During the intervening time, the church has been active in the dale and there are many memorable markers to its age and importance within the...

Parish Newsletters for March 2022

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  • Posted On: 5 March 2022
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Parish Newsletters for February 2022

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  • Posted On: 15 February 2022
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A Fun Way to Learn About Bell Ringing

Join a free introductory course to bell ringing organised by the Two Dales bell ringers.

  • Posted On: 5 February 2022
For over five hundred years the Church Bells of Wensleydale and Swaledale have been resounding across our countryside. The sound of bells ringing is deeply rooted in English culture. They provide the grand soundtrack to our historic moments, call out for our celebrations and toll sadly in empathy with our grief.     However, for the first time since the second world war, in 2020 the bells fell silent. The Covid Lockdown halted ringing in the church towers. However, our...

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