HODS Event:

Bilton Park Colliery Walk

BIlton Historical Society
Nidd Gorge, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG5 9HE

A 1.5 mile walk to the site and remains of the 18th century Bilton Park Colliery on the banks of the River Nidd.

This is a guided walk to the site and remains of the 18th century Bilton Park Colliery on the banks of the River Nidd in the Nidd Gorge, together with an explanation of the remains and the story of the colliery.

Event Times
Saturday 11 September: 14.00
Booking Details
Pre-booking: Preferred
Pre-booking is not essential but preferred to ascertain numbers
Booking Contact: Bilton Historical Society
Call: 01423 203097
Email: mail@biltonhistoricalsociety.org.uk
Go to: http://www.biltonhistoricalsociety.org.uk
Booking opens: 2 August 2021 09:00
Booking closes: 10 September 2021 17:00

Access
This is an outdoor walk along public footpaths in the woods along the River Nidd. There are gentle slopes but some also are steep in places and there are some steps. The paths can be rough underfoot and although there are wooden boards to avoid the worst of the mud these can be slippery when wet. Appropriate footwear and clothing are recommended.

COVID-19 Considerations
This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.

Additional Information
Max 30 people per tour/session. 1.5-2.00 hours Contact for the day: Alan Gould 07871 691844
www.biltonhistoricalsociety.org.uk
Directions
The walk will begin at the Woodland Trust, Nidd Gorge Car Park signed from the B6165 Ripley Road, Knaresborough.

Organised by
Bilton Historical Society