Bringing together a handpicked selection of exhibitors, The NSPCC Duncombe Park Christmas Fair offers discerning shoppers an exciting array of beautiful, unusual, and special gift ideas along with loads of lovely treats for the Christmas season. Everything sold raises vital funds for NSPCC projects, helping vulnerable young people in Yorkshire and beyond. Last year the […]
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This year’s major fundraising event for the Helmsley Arts Centre will be a Grand Auction and Fundraising Supper at in the Saloon at Duncombe Park. The auction will feature: wine (ideally a minimum of 4 bottles) of any wine you would be happy to serve at home; jewellery (antique, vintage or contemporary); and unusual […]
Helmsley Horse Races will be held at Duncombe Park on Sunday February 12. Organised by the Sinnington Hunt, the Races are a traditional form of point-to-pointing, which is confined to amateur trainers and jockeys. Horses and riders compete to see who can complete the three miles and 18 fences in the shortest time. There will […]
The popular NSPCC Christmas Fair is moving this year from its regular venue at Castle Howard to Duncombe Park. Bringing together a handpicked selection of exhibitors, The NSPCC Duncombe Park Christmas Fair offers discerning shoppers an exciting array of beautiful, unusual, and special gift ideas along with loads of lovely treats for the Christmas season. […]
Established in 1982 – the original country fair of North Yorkshire in the beautiful grounds of Duncombe Park – a fantastic day out for the whole family. Find out more.
Several events are coming up for enthusiasts for birds of prey, or anyone simply wanting to find out more about these lovely creatures. Hawk Walk at the Yorkshire Arboretum Enjoy a walk with a hawk following through the trees and flying to your gloved fist, plus owls flying to you from perches. Learn about these […]
The first episode of a new period drama, Parade’s End, part of which was filmed at Duncombe Park , Helmsley , will be shown on Friday on BBC2. Adapted by Sir Tom Stoppard from a novel by Ford Madox Ford and set in the lead up to the First World War, the five-part mini series […]
This short film highlights the latest developments at the new International Centre for Birds of Prey at Duncombe Park and are described by Charlie Heap who is heading up the project. Local builder Sid Brackley and his team are working with Charlie constructing the many new buildings that are required to house the birds which […]
Described by The Times as “in a class of her own”, Kate Royal will be appearing at the Ryedale Festival Gala Concert to be held at Duncombe Park on Friday 13th July. A regular visitor to all the world most famous concert halls and opera houses, Kate Royal is a soprano of immense quality – […]
In this film Charlie Heap, who is heading up the development, describes the building works that are currently taking place on site and the sustainable elements that are key to the project. Visit the Centre’s website here but for more detailed information about ICBP visit their main website here. Music – Bird of Prey […]
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