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Information sheets out now!

Information sheets out now!

Published: 20 March 2020

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Story of Schools

Over the coming weeks and months we will be interviewing people who went to school in the Upper Dales from the 1930s/40s onwards and recording their memories.  We will also be mapping and making discoveries about schools - past and present -...

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O Bell, Where Art Thou?

O Bell, Where Art Thou?

Published: 20 March 2020

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Story of Schools

The NASH was founded in 1845 and built as a Victorian ‘National School’, but its bell tower has been mysteriously empty for at least a century.  Local records tell us that The NASH bell originally came from nearby Gayle...

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*JOB* Education & Outreach...

*JOB* Education & Outreach...

Published: 02 December 2019

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The NASH is recruiting an Education and Outreach Officer who will engage primary-school children and adults in their local heritage through an exciting new project: The Story of Schools.
 

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New Heritage Project to...

New Heritage Project to...

Published: 24 October 2019

Emily

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The NASH and Dales Countryside Museum are delighted to confirm a new heritage project: The Story of Schools in the Upper Dales.   Supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Yorkshire Dales National Park’s Sustainable...

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Professional Puppetry...

Professional Puppetry...

Published: 17 June 2019

Emily

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Fourteen children from Hawes Primary School have worked with Lempen Puppet Theatre Company to make puppets from scratch and build an exciting performance around them.   Lempen Puppet Theatre are one of Britain’s great touring...

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