What’s going on during the trial?

Along with the three days of exciting trialling there will be trade stands, a craft tent, children's corner, and the local Young Farmers Club will also have a stand, to include fun and games, with all proceeds raised being donated to their chosen charity of the year. 

Grass Quoits tournament

On Sunday 29th July, day three of the trial, we will be holding a Grass Quoits Tournament. Quoits is a very old game played extensively among the farming community. In years gone by Quoits was mostly played on grass, today many games are played using clay pits. Villages still have quoits teams and play every week in a local league. We thought it might be a nice add on attraction for our visitors. There will be a 'Have a go' pitch alongside the tournament, with people to help and advise, where both young and old can try their hand.
The prize money has £150 added, anyone wanting to play please send a message or contact Lynn or John Bainbridge (Zetland league).

 

Trade Stands

SG Petch


 Carrotech


Kitchy & Co


Ollie Collie


Canny Coffees


Annie's Truck Shop


 

Paul Dobson Photography

Paul will be taking photographs of the trial, people and dogs, his work can be viewed at the trial on his stand, printed to take away the same day, or orders can be placed online.


Raymond Brown Quads


Brymor Real Dairy Ice Cream


Two Blue Dogs Designs

 


 

Freedom of Spirit Trust for Border Collies

 


Yorkshire Wildlife Trust


Border Coliie Trust


Hawes Auction Mart

 


Carrs Billington

 


 

Farming Community Network

 

 


National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

 

 

Our local Young Farmers will have a stand and will be entertaing us with different activities throughout the day, including guess how many balloons fill the tractor! All proceeds from their games go to their own charities.

 


Winnies Yorkshire Delights

 

 


Additional Trade Stands

Steven Pomfret - Big Dog Leads

Lizzie Weaver - Hand Woven Items

Philip Holden Rural

Jemma Jarvis

Display of local Sheep

Roger Bray -  Crooks and selling sheepdog books and prints

 

 

 

Craft Tent

Within the craft tent we have a lovely selection of local traders, exhibiting their handmade, antique and retro goods.

 

Dennis Green - Selling home and garden Antique and Vintage retro gods
David Smith/Moria Murray - Artwork, Metalwork and Ceramics
Rita Bainbridge - Cushions, Bags and Aprons
Ian Davenport - Wooden bowls and boxes
Hannalin Crafts - Hand spun local fleece made into throws and jumpers
Special everyday bags embroidered with beads
Christina’s Home made Fudge
Paint Pot Crafts
Auntie Jane’s Childrenswear
Orangegrove Crafts - Gifts and Animal Sculptures
Sue Meredith - Glass Fussed Products 
Farmhouse soap made from sheep milk
Hearts and Roses - soft toys
Howard Nicholas - Artisan Fruit Gins and Whiskies
Cakes and Scarves
TJ's Candles - Candlemaker

 


Top Things to Do whilst in Jervaulx according to Trip Advisor:

Jervaulx Abbey - Set in the midst of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, Jervaulx Abbey's dramatic, yet tranquil ambience has won the hearts of many of its visitors. Their Tearooms are full of Local sourced and Homemade Delights. 

Theakston Brewery - T&R Theakston Ltd is one of the oldest family breweries in Yorkshire and home of the legendary Old Peculier Ale. Visit this historical brewery in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales town of Masham. Experience first hand the craft and skill that goes into brewing our beers, the brewing process is built on almost two centuries of tradition, passed down through five generations of the Theakston family.

The Black Sheep Brewery - For information on their Visitor Centre including tour times and table bookings, call 01765 680101.

Middleham Castle - Once the childhood home of Richard III, you can relive the Castle’s illustrious history and unlock the deeds of its great owners.

Druids Temple - The Druid’s Temple in Ripon is in fact not a real temple, but a nineteenth century folly. Styled after stone circles and well known prehistoric monuments such as Stonehenge. The Druids Temple was built to alleviate local unemployment, allowing William Danby, a wealthy landowner of the time to pay workers a shilling a day for their labour. At less than 200 years old, it is nonetheless an atmospheric and intriguing location.

The Forbidden Corner - The Forbidden Corner is a unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises created within a four acre garden in the heart of Tupgill Park and the Yorkshire Dales. A tourist visitor attraction unlike anywhere that you have been before, ideal for the adventurers and those young at heart!

Thorp Perrow - Covering 100 acres, Thorp Perrow Arboretum boasts one of the largest collections of shrubs and trees in the North of England, including 5 National Collections. The Bird of Prey and Mammal Centre offers fascinating flying demonstrations and the chance to meet mammals such as meerkats, wallabies, pygmy goats and Shetland sheep.

Wensleydale Railway - The Wensleydale Railway is an authentic heritage railway serving the local community, offering tourists, families and transport enthusiasts a great value day out in the Yorkshire Dales with lots to see and do along the way.