Friday, 12 February 2016

We Are Open Again - Tomorrow!

WE OPEN AGAIN



Tomorrow, Saturday 13th February 2016, Ryedale Folk Museum opens its doors again at 1000 hours.
For further details ring 01751 417367

Friday, 11 December 2015

Some More Photos From The Free Christmas Weekend 2015


A few more photographs from the free Christmas Weekend of volunteers and activities.

A Merry Christmas To You All from everyone at Ryedale Folk Museum

JMS
Museum Volunteer Jim demonstrating traditional skep making



Making walking sticks and other wood-crafts

Children's Christmas crafts in the Manor House



Thursday, 10 December 2015

Ryedale Folk Museum Cornfield - Before & After

Cornfield in October
Cornfield with Mystery Man
Our cornfield in October shows the beginning of harvest, the corn stooked and after harvest being ploughed ready for sowing, who is the mystery man with his back to the camera?

Sunday, 6 December 2015

Ryedale Folk Museum How To Make An Orange Pomander For Christmas



Museum volunteer Jo demonstrates how to make an orange pomander for Christmas.

JMS

Ryedale Folk Museum's Free Weekend 2015

Here are a few photos of some of today' events at the museum, the children really enjoyed the crafts and it managed to stay fine - a miracle. JMS

Model Village covered in temporary snow

The Carousel playing carols

Stallholders setting up in the Gallery


Kath & Jo 

Beeswax candles

Yule Logs

Children enjoying the crafts



Friday, 4 December 2015

THIS WEEKEND RYEDALE FOLK MUSEUM FREE CHRISTMAS WEEKEND SPECIAL

Free Christmas Weekend 5th - 6th December 2015

Merry Christmas Everyone

This weekend it's free admission all weekend 1000hrs - 1530hrs.

Come and join us for delicious warm mince pies 

mince pies
There will be various stalls offering artisan goods for sale and children's crafts as well as the usual museum attractions BUT THIS WEEKEND IT'S FREE

JMS
Ryedale Folk Museum Free Weekend 2015



Friday, 20 November 2015

The School House

Visitors may have noticed the sorry state of the School House.  Sadly, the weather has taken its toll on the wooden panels and the roof.  The situation has been made worse by the the overhanging trees which do not allow the building to dry out.  As a temporary measure, volunteers recently removed a lot of the branches and put a tarpaulin over the roof.  Having use of a chainsaw and Landrover with a winch made the task much easier.  This will provide a temporary solution but in the new year the building will have to have more longlasting restoration including the addition of proper guttering.







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Friday, 13 November 2015

Lyke Wake Walk

Today we found 123 photographs of the Lyke Wake Walk on an unused electronic photo frame. For those who aren't aware, the Lyke Wake Walk is 42 miles across the North Yorkshire Moors National park. Traditionally it is completed in one journey and within twenty four hours to qualify for various memorabilia and certificate available from the New Lyke Wake Club http://www.lykewake.org/





JMS

Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Autumn Colours


A foggy Autumn day is a perfect time to see the museum's beautiful setting.  











Here are more some Merrills boards which have been made by volunteers and are now for sale in the museum shop. 

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Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Renovating the benches

It's time to sort out the various benches which are gathering moss. A sand down and a coat of preservative and they are looking good again.  Here is new volunteer Peter, on left, hard at work with Alan.
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Thursday, 15 October 2015

Ryedale Folk Museum Annual Tractor Day Video Vol I Sunday July 12th 2015



Apologies for late publishing, but here is some footage from our Tractor Run July 2015.

JMS

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

A visitor to the workshop...

This little fellow has been seen wandering around, making himself at home. And there's plenty of tasty things to eat.







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Monday, 13 July 2015

Ryedale Folk Museum Tractor & Engine Day Sunday July 12th 2015



It couldn't have been a lovelier day for our Tractor Day, the sun shone throughout. 45 tractors attended, motorbikes, stationary engines, trucks and other unusual vehicles. I hope you enjoy the slide show.

JMS

Sunday, 5 July 2015

Tractor & Engine Day Next Sunday July 12th 2015 at #RyedaleFolkMuseum


Our annual Tractor and Engine day is next  Sunday 12th July 2015 at Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton-le-Hole. This is always a popular event which also includes a tractor run round the village. For further details please give the museum a call on 01751 417367.



JMS

Sunday, 28 June 2015

Today At Northallerton Homegrown Food Festival 28th June 2015


Ryedale Folk Museum was today at the Northallerton Home Grown Food Festival, it was nice to see so many people interested in the museum and the exhibits we took. There was also seed planting for children, making the plant pots from newspaper.  Don't forget to come and visit!
Emma & Jennifer with the exhibits
Jonathan demonstrating making seed pots from newspaper

Friday, 26 June 2015

Ryedale Folk Museum Is At Northallerton Homegrown Food Festival Sunday 28th June 2015


You can find us at the Home Grown Food Festival on Sunday 28th June from 10.00, in the Applegarth Car Park, Northallerton which is situated behind the High Street, just turn up past Grovers Toys shop. We look forward to seeing you there!

Thursday, 25 June 2015

The Millennium Maze

The Millennium Maze is a fascinating feature of the museum.  It was made with pupils from Gillamoor School.  Bricks were made specially for the maze and several have the pupils initials and names on.  Over the years it had become rather overgrown as grass had gradually encroached on the bricks.  Here we see volunteer Tony removing the grass...
 ...and the maze in its former glory. 
 

This cat is enjoying the glass furnace roof and the new hunting opportunities. Several tempting housemartins are nesting there. 

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Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Meet Gallery TEN's Paul Musgrove







Meet Gallery TEN's Paul Musgrove

Saturday 27 June, 12 noon - 4.00pm

Get a chance to meet Gallery TEN's Paul Musgrove this weekend at Ryedale Folk Museum. Paul has curated the current exhibition bringing together an eclectic range of artists across a wide-range of disciplines.

From classic pieces by John Piper, Henry Moore and Norman Ackroyd to the contemporary works of Ralph Steadman, Georgina Bown and Kate Downie, Paul will be on-hand to chat to visitors about the art on show, the creatives behind them and some of the techniques used to produce these stunning pieces.

FREE event, drop-in.

Sunday, 21 June 2015

Lots Of Exhibits In Ryedale Folk Museum Gallery For Sale

 Lots of excellent work for sale inRyedale Folk Museum Gallery at the moment, I'll let the photographs speak for themselves. JMS