• Kettlewell with Starbotton
    Community Website
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    Community Website

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  • 15 February 2019 7.00pm
    A St. Valentines Dinner & Quiz at Kettlewell Village Hall on Friday 15th February 2019, 7.00p.m. for 7.30p.m. Tickets £17.50 available from Sue Nelson (760887), Verina Bishop (760235) or Kathryn Butterfield (752975). Bring your own bottle as there will not be a bar.
  • 25 February 2019 7.00pm
    Kettlewell & District Horticultural Society AGM at Kettlewell Village Hall
  • 01 March 2019 2.00pm
    UWALS invites you to a Cream Tea with Ian Clayton. Yorkshire born Ian Clayton has been a jobbing writer, storyteller and broadcaster for over 30 years. He has written three memoirs: Song For My Father, Bringing It All Back Home and Our Billie. Ian believes in the power of story to being people together and he is a consummate raconteur. We can promise you a very entertaining afternoon, not to mention a tasty cream tea. Coniston with Kilnsey Village Hall Friday 1st March 2019 2pm start. £6 members, £7.50 non members. (Includes cream tea). Book by phoning 01756 770051/770350 or email uwalsociety@gmail.com Further information: uwals.co.uk
  • 05 April 2019 7.30pm
    UWALS invites you to a lively evening of virtuoso harp and guitar playing by Maire Ni Chathasaigh and Chris Newman. This is an internationally renowned pairing of the doyenne of Irish harpists with one of the UK's most influential acoustic guitarists. Be prepared to be amazed! Friday 5th April 2019 7.30pm, The Octagon, Grassington. £10/£12 uwals members/non-members. Book by phoning 01756 770051/770350 or email uwalsociety@gmail.com uwals.co.uk
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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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