“Then, of course, it was a huge attraction because elephants and circus animals were so rarely seen."It would be brilliant if anyone remembers this, I would really love to find out more." Mr Hall said he was keen to share the photographs with a wider audience.Every visitor, guest and friend who visits Thorp Perrow comments on how friendly and welcoming it is and we believe that this is because it is first and foremost a family home.So please come and take a stroll in the arboretum, watch your children let off steam in the adventure playground and enjoy the wonderful displays at the Bird of Prey & Mammal Centre. Thorp Perrow is the most important Arboretum in the North of England and is unique to Britain, if not Europe, in that it was the creation of one man, Colonel Sir Leonard Ropner (1895-1977).Hotel Information Please note that the pub is closed on Sunday night from except on Bank Holiday weekends when the bar is open but no food is served. An extra bed can be accommodated at an additional cost of GBP 15 per night.Please note that extra beds are limited and are subject to availability.Your new role Reporting into the Finance Manager you will work as part of the Finance Team assisting in the preparation of monthly management accounts and looking at costing models. Preparing monthly management accounts, maintaining the detailed stock costing model and assisting in running the staff payroll.
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Snape Castle is only a 5-minute walk from the property, and the 18th-century country house of Thorp Perrow Arboretum and Wildlife Park is a 2-minute drive away.
The Yorkshire Dales offers a wealth of picturesque walking trails, wildlife and cultural heritage.
"I was given them, very kindly, by the sister of a lady who died," he said.
“But I have a huge collection and they need to be seen, so I am happy to play host to people who may want to see them, or can get together to organise an event to give them a bigger showcase.” He has already been involved in producing a special book, Reflections of Bedale, which sold out the 1800 copies produced and featured many of the photographs people had contributed and which he had collected over the years.