Bewerley & Greenhow Hill 2017

Bewerley (a short walk from Pateley Bridge)

17. Blacksmith’s Cottage, Bewerley, HG3 5HS174_021

Lynn Cook: Prints and paintings

Aug 25-28 from 10am to 5pm Tel 01423 714865

Open studio showing how prints are made. Lynn uses the natural world as her source of inspiration. Visitors will have the opportunity to make their own print.



18. Blacksmith’s Courtyard, Bewerley, HG3 5HS

William Thomas: Giant Windchimes

Open Courtyard Aug 18-28 from 10am to 5pm

Giant Windchimes in pentatonic key of G Tel. 07875 849565


Fishponds Wood (near chapel), Bewerley HG3 5HX

Jane Carlisle Bellerby

Aug 18 to 28 for daylight hours. Email: ajc2elder@aol.comJane_Carlisle_B

Walk through the woodland in search of ‘wish tree’ style markers created by silk artist Jane Carlisle Bellerby. Created within the wood and stitched with text, they provide a stimulus for green exercise and a focus for reflection.

Access is up the steps off Bewerley village street near the Peat Lane junction. Some wheelchair and mobility scooter access from the track off the Peat Lane entrance where visitors can be ‘dropped off’.

20. Teresa Boast: PaintingsBoast

Aug 25-28 from 10am to 5pm. Tel. 01423 711915

Open studio showcasing work by Teresa Boast. Original paintings, prints, cards and more. Disabled access.


21. Bewerley Grange Chapel, Bewerley, HG3 5HX6

Flower Festival “Famous women, past and present”

Aug 26-28 from 11am to 5pm. Evensong Sunday 6:30.

Flower displays with hand-made cards, books and a refreshment tent.

All funds to the Chapel.



Greenhow Hill (B6265) 2 miles west from Pateley Bridge

22. Toft Gate Barn Cafe, Greenhow Hill HG3 5JE9o. Dayna -'Cornucopia'

Dayna Cowper: Painter and Photographer

Aug 18-22 & 25-28 from 10am to 4pm. Tel. 01423 712118

Dayna lives and works in Nidderdale. She will be exhibiting some of her recent abstract work.


23. Coldstones Cut: Public Constructed ArtworkIMG_6734

Access from Toft Gate Lime Kiln car park, Greenhow Hill, B6265, 2 miles west up hill from Pateley Bridge.

Follow the footpath which climbs 40 metres over an exposed 500 metre walk, so wear suitable footwear and clothing.