10th Year – Anniversary Program

Enjoy the vintage themed weekend held in the heart of Leyburn Market Town. Across the weekend Leyburn turns back its clocks to the 1940’s. This year it is the 10th anniversary and there is a hive of activity happening in and around the town…

Jump on the Vintage double decker shuttle bus as it takes you from the car park in to Leyburn Market Town.

Listen to the fantastic Jayne Darling, Hattie Bee, Claire Louise, Dales Community pop Choir and Colin Bourdiec at this year’s event, Leyburn will be full of life and we want to see you singing and dancing along the way…

Join in with lessons in wartime dancing located in Leyburn Market square.

Learn some new moves as Charlotte Porter demonstrates tap dancing in the market square.

Watch Leyburn Amateur Dramatic Society fabulous ‘Allo Allo’ performance located in Commercial Square.

Pop along to Bolton arms car park where you can see a 1947 basic training glider on display with the Air Craft Restoration Group.

Browse around the Vintage stalls and purchase some vintage items…

Go to the Methodist church to view the 1940’s photo exhibition of ‘Leyburn Remembered’

Visit Leyburn art centre and see the ATS exhibition, Vintage vehicles, Dale’s community pop choir and Jayne Darlings performance and don’t forget to stop by the café for a bite to eat!

Look at the Vintage Vehicles on show around the town.

Experience the culinary delights that Leyburn has to offer.

Hop on board the Wensleydale Railway, let your children join in with the children’s activities and enjoy the war time picnic.

View Leyburn’s shop windows as they decorate them in the 1940’s wear.

Be entertained by re-enactment groups situated around the Town.

Jive along with JD Murray in Thornborough Hall gardens.

Try a glass of fizz from the bubbles bar located at Thornborough Hall.

Don’t miss out on the AMK Vintage Flea market inside the Methodist Hall.

Lastly and most importantly go to the Church service on Sunday Morning, held at St Matthews Church to remind ourselves that we should never forget the ones that did so much for so many, and listen to Newton Aycliff pipe band as they parade and perform at the memorial service held in the Market place.