County: North Yorkshire
Mon 25 July 10.30–16.00
Looking at 16th and 17th-century agricultural buildings plus features on the ground dating from prehistoric to modern day, c. 4 miles over rough terrain.
The walk will show aspects of the development of Bordley as a Township from its early beginnings, covering various periods including prehistoric, Romano-British, medieval, monastic, etc.
The walk itself is over rough terrain, with one short but steep descent, two short ascents. Walking boots/strong shoes, waterproofs required, plus packed lunch and plenty of water. Sunhat and sun cream essential No toilet facilities or shops. No unaccompanied children under 16. Not suitable for very young children. Dogs on short leads only but there will be excitable young cattle in fields where we are walking. Booking essential.
Location: Meet at NGR SD951653 on Malham Moor Lane near the cattle grid, near Bordley Green, BD23 6NE. Off-road parking available. No public transport available beyond Threshfield.