Brompton by Sawdon, west of Scarborough, Yorkshire Sunday 18th June 2023 11.00am to 2.00pm (Sawdon)
1.00pm to 5.00pm (Brompton by Sawdon)
Brompton is a village of stone cottages and houses through which a beck babbles. It is on the edge of the North York Moors and has two claims to fame. William Wordsworth married Mary Hutchinson in the 12th century village church (which will be open) and Sir George Cayley invented the first flying machine here.
Sawdon village lies to the north of Brompton, on the opposite side of the A170. It is within the North York Moors National Park and on the edge of the forest of Dalby. It is mainly made up of stone cottages and houses with Sawdon Village Hall at the top and most properties on either side of the quiet road.
Scarecrows in evidence. Light refreshments available at both Village Halls.
Proceeds to the Church and the Village Hall.
Plant sales There will be plants for sale.
Cost £5.00 covers gardens in both villages, accompanied under 16s free.
How to get event passports Maps available from Sawdon Village Hall and Brompton Village Hall. Last ticket sales 4.00pm.