…A Totally Locally Easter event
Totally Locally Addingham is excited to announce the return of its children’s Easter Trail. Hiding inside and outside the shops and businesses in Addingham from Friday 27th March until Friday 3rd April are 22 Easter Eggs waiting to be found. Pick up your answer sheet from The Olive Branch and start searching!
Once you have found them all, then take your completed answer sheet back to The Olive Branch to claim your little prize.
All correct answer sheets will be entered into The Totally Locally Easter Prize Draw which will be drawn on…. Saturday 4th April at 10:30 am…. with the chance to win a large Easter Egg and a voucher to spend in our shops. So come and find the hidden eggs, enjoy a stroll around the village, have a run in the park and browse around all the fantastic independent shops and businesses that we have to offer.
Totally Locally Addingham promotes business and custom within the village.
All businesses are welcome to join.
Thanks from the Totally Locally team
The Tour de Yorkshire is coming!
Following the great occasion last year when the Tour de France came through the village twice, we are now delighted to hear that the new Tour de Yorkshire will also be coming here in May. They just can’t miss out this great part of the county! See HERE for details and keep watching for latest news
Tour de Yorkshire Ride
It’s not just professional bike racers who can take part in the very first Tour de Yorkshire, now non pro bike riders are being encouraged to sign up for a an exciting new sportive on Sunday 3 May.
The Tour de Yorkshire Ride will give cyclists the chance to ride the route just hours before the pros race, but unlike the pros, you get to choose your distance! Three distance options are available for the sportive, from 50km, 108km or 140km routes. A women-only Cycletta sportive will also take place along the 50km route. Thousands of spectators are expected to line parts of the route offering familiar and legendary Yorkshire support, and timings will be available online giving sportive riders the chance to compare their climb times to the pros. View the routes here.
The event is being supported by five-time Tour de France winner, Bernard Hinault, who will be giving sportive riders tips. Participants in the sportive will cross the same finish line as the pro riders and a winners’ ceremonies will take place on the Tour de Yorkshire podium.
The sportive will be held on the final day of the Tour de Yorkshire, Sunday 3rd May just hours before the pro race starts. After leaving Roundhay Park in Leeds those taking on the 140km long route will climb Pool Bank and head towards Sowerby Bridge. They will join the pro route at Mytholmroyd and up the 2014 Tour de France King of the Mountains Côte De Oxenhope Moor, which will be taken in the opposite direction, a real test of stamina with over 6.7 kilometres of near continuous climbing. Shortly after riders will travel through the quaint village of Haworth and over the cobble stones, one of the most iconic images of the Tour de France Grand Départ.
Riders will climb 150 metres from Laycock to Sutton-in-Craven, before reaching the villages of Addingham and Ilkley. Riders on the long and medium routes will take on the Cow and Calf Climb, before the East Chevin Climb, after which cyclists will need all their remaining energy to climb the short but very steep Black Hill Road. The Tour de Yorkshire Ride culminates back at Roundhay Park where cyclists will be presented with their medal.
Our aim is to ‘do what it says on the tin’ – to be a one stop shop for information about the village, its histo
ry and its surroundings, in conjunction with our sister site ilkley.org which covers the Ilkley area (three miles east of Addingham).
We hope that you will be able to find whatever you want to know about Addingham and what there is to do here, whether you are a resident, visitor or just looking for somewhere interesting. If you can’t find it (using the Search box on the right) please contact the webmaster .
Using the menus on the left and right you will find a vast store of information about the following, and more:-
(a) events in the village and the organisations behind them.
(b) local businesses and places to eat, drink or stay.
(c) the history of Addingham and of the Schools.
(d) places around for day trips or walks.
There is a search box at the top of each page to find things quickly.
Thanks for looking around – please CONTACT us with your comments and suggestions for further improvements.
The Parish Church at daffodil time