Hambleton Strollers will be leading a health walk from Hutton Rudby Village Hall on Tuesday, March 18, from 10am. The walk will last roughly between one hour and 90 minutes. The organisation will also be leading a walk in Northallerton, from Mowbray House Surgery, on the same day, from 10.15am. For more details on Hambleton Strollers, leaflets are available from libraries and GP surgeries in the district, or ring 01609-771624 for more details.
LIVING BOUQUETS: The Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT) has launched a Living Bouquet gift, which is designed to be a sustainable alternative to cut flowers. Under the scheme, people can pay to dedicate a piece of living hay meadow full of native wildflowers to someone. Upland hay meadows are one of the most rare and threatened habitats in Britain and support a unique collection of wildlife. The bouquets include a certificate and gift card, a pack of wildflower seeds sustainably sourced from northern England and a guide to one of the best wildflower meadow walks in the Yorkshire Dales. The bouquets will help raise money for the charity. For more information visit; www.ydmt.org/LivingBouquet.
DALES RAMBLE: Northallerton Ramblers will be walking from Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales to Bainbridge on March 27, meeting at Hawes at 10am. The nine mile linear walk will head to Bainbridge via Semerwater. For more details ring Chris on 07729 633419.
LOCAL HISTORY: Stokesley Local History Study Group are due to meet today (Monday, March 17) in Community Care meeting room 1, above Stokesley Library between 1.30pm and 3 pm. The meeting will involve an informal chat about Stokesley past and present and everyone is welcome. Contact the secretary on 01642-711875 for further details.