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All reviews lovely village village green fox and hounds pretty village well worth a visit great place for photos stone bridge a small car park quiet lane circular walk both sides beautiful waterfall photo opportunity hardraw force yorkshire dales on the rocks the pub
We visited whilst staying close by. Set right next to the petty village of West Burton & easily accessible by car, the falls made a lovely stop to take pictures followed by a walk in the hills accessible via steps over the bridge. Very relaxing...More
We visit this little gem every time we go to the Dales and it is different every time. This time there was a tree trunk absolutely smothered in toadstools, a great photo opportunity. The falls are easily missed as you drive between two houses, but...More
Visited this waterfall whilst on holiday in Skipton. Beautiful waterfall and peaceful to sit on the benches nearby. The village was very picturesque and the Fox and hounds pub was lovely to sit outside of whilst having a soft drink.
Recommended area to visit 😀👍
Most folks rave about Aysgarth Falls, and rightly so.... BUT West Burton Falls.. aka Cauldron Falls, is truly magnificent both during a torrent and tranquility. Well worth a visit, especially, if you have dogs... Loads of uphill dog walking opportunities from here.
Park on the green and walk back towards the B 6160 and take a right turn to find the falls just up from a little bridge. After enjoying the falls, cross the bridge and walk up some steps that take you into open pasture above...More
At the north-eastern end of West Burton's beautiful village green, a small lane leads to the waterfalls. Even on a busy day, there is ample room for parking around the village green, but take care to avoid obstructing private access drives. The falls are easily...More
West Burton village is very quaint but the waterfall is very peaceful and nice to sit by for awhile there are benches provided. Easy walk to the falls. Another place to visit is the cat pottery really good especially if your a cat lover.
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Sounds very appealing. On the basis of equality, I contend that a hand fasting ceremony has similarities with marriage or other civil ceremony. This being so, permission should be sought - one would definitely need... More
Sounds very appealing. On the basis of equality, I contend that a hand fasting ceremony has similarities with marriage or other civil ceremony. This being so, permission should be sought - one would definitely need permission or a licence to have a wedding in a public park, for instance. The local council should be the first port of call - the wording of the application will be important because you may encounter misconception or suspicion. The planned date and timing of the event together with the number of people likely to attend will be very relevant. A small scale, brief, low key event that will not intrude on anyone else's access or enjoyment is more likely to be approved than a coach party (!) but there are other potential concerns such as health and safety, impact on parking, noise and it will be crucial to stress that there will be no music, litter or alcohol. It may be prudent to consult the Pagan Federation (easily found on any search engine) for help or advice. This may all seem OTT but at stake is your big day, which could be ruined should someone with authority arrive during proceedings.