Leyburn will take a step back in time this weekend when the town will host its popular 1940s weekend.
Now in its 11th year, this year’s event promises to be the biggest yet.
A host of entertainment will be on offer in the Market Place and at other venues.
Activities and attractions include:
- Music, singing and dancing
- Military vehicles, farm machinery, buses, vintage cars
A vintage fair will be held at Thornborough Hall while businesses throughout the town get in the spirit by decorating their shop fronts.
The Wensleydale Railway will be running a steam train on its line over the weekend.
35018 British India Line will be running on both Saturday and Sunday. return tickets cost £15.
There will be two car parks – one in the overflow car park at Tennants on the A684 and one at the Auction Mart. The cost of car parking will be £5 per vehicle.
Everyone who pays for parking will get a wristband and be able to use the shuttle buses for free.
Those that don’t use our car parks can still use the shuttle buses but will need to pay £2.
The Vintage Shuttle bus service operating between both car parks, the Railway Station, the Market Place and Thronborough Hall.
Camping is available at Wensleydale Rugby Club at a cost of £10 per pitch.
For more details on the 1940s Weekend click here.