Video Production in the Yorkshire Dales

Father Christmas Visits Hawes

The Hawes Christmas lights are turned on in a celebration with music from Hawes Silver Band, fireworks and Father Christmas visits the children of Hawes.

Muker Show 2018

Video showing the highlights of the 2018 Muker Agricultural Show, Upper Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales.

The Moorcock Show 2018

The Moorcock Show is an Agricultural Show held west of Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales, the quintessential sheep show in the Dales. Held on the 2nd September 2018 this shows many of the best of the hardy breeds used in the Yorkshire Dales, such as the Swaledale, Herdwick, Rough Fell, Blue Faced Leicester and the Mule.

Released: The Restoration Gayle Mill

The Restoration of Gayle Mill

This programme tells the story of Gayle Mill`s restoration from the time the Mill was put on the market in the 1980s, to The Gayle Mill Trust vacating the Mill, at the request of the North of England Civic Trust in 2018.

Old video material is used in the early part of this story.

The programme is divided into sections dealing with the restoration:

The Fabric of the Building
The Water system: Leat and Weir
The Turbines: including the oldest in situ Water Turbine designed by Professor Thompson in 1878
The Flat Belting System and late 19th Century Woodworking Machinery
The Electricity Generation from water power starting in 1900

Released: Tornado and Flying Scotsman

Tornado and Flying Scotsman
on the Settle to Carlisle Line

The Tornado 60163 Train runs a scheduled Steam hauled service on the Settle to Carlisle Railway Line up to Appleby from Leeds in February, before the reopening of the line on 31st March 2017.

The Flying Scotsman travels from Keighley to Carlisle and back on the day the line reopened.

Released: The Tour de France Comes to Hawes

The Tour de France comes to Hawes

The Yorkshire Dales Series No. 2

 Tour de France comes to Hawes Cover

In 2014 the Tour de France passed through Hawes and continued onto the Buttertubs Pass and over to Swaledale.

This production looks at the impact of the race on Tourism and the local population, starting from the week before the race and on the race day. There is a short piece on the race coming into Hawes and passing up the steep climbs to the Buttertubs.