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Farndale

FarndaleFarndale is a beautiful valley in the North York Moors National Park.  To the north east sits Blakey Ridge at over 400 m above sea level, and to the north west, Cockayne Ridge reaching up to 454 m above sea level is one of the highest points of the North York Moors. Around the north of Farndale, between Bloworth Crossing and Blakey is the track bed of the old Rosedale Ironstone Railway (Rosedale Branch) which forms part of two Long Distance Footpaths these being Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk and The Lyke Wake Walk.

Farndale is popular with walkers due to its famous wild daffodils, which can be seen around late March/April all along the banks of the River Dove.  Farndale is home to two hamlets - Church Houses at the top of the valley and Low Mill further down. Low Mill is a honey pot during daffodil season as this is where the famous daffodil walk begins.  Friends of Moorsbus runs a bus service through the valley during busy periods.

Farndale Show is held Every August Bank Holiday Monday. It retains the charm of a traditional small agricultural show alongside local skills, craft produce and a selection of side shows and stalls.

Farndale

FarndaleFarndale is a beautiful valley in the North York Moors National Park.  To the north east sits Blakey Ridge at over 400 m above sea level, and to the north west, Cockayne Ridge reaching up to 454 m above sea level is one of the highest points of the North York Moors. Around the north of Farndale, between Bloworth Crossing and Blakey is the track bed of the old Rosedale Ironstone Railway (Rosedale Branch) which forms part of two Long Distance Footpaths these being Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk and The Lyke Wake Walk.

Farndale is popular with walkers due to its famous wild daffodils, which can be seen around late March/April all along the banks of the River Dove.  Farndale is home to two hamlets - Church Houses at the top of the valley and Low Mill further down. Low Mill is a honey pot during daffodil season as this is where the famous daffodil walk begins.  Friends of Moorsbus runs a bus service through the valley during busy periods.

Farndale Show is held Every August Bank Holiday Monday. It retains the charm of a traditional small agricultural show alongside local skills, craft produce and a selection of side shows and stalls.

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