Ryedale Folk Museum marks 50th anniversary

Volunteers at Ryedale Folk Museum

Volunteers at Ryedale Folk Museum

First published in News

RYEDALE Folk Museum celebrates its 50th anniversary by stepping back to the 1960s this weekend.

As part of the event, the Pickering Sixties festival group will set up a pop-up museum with memorabilia and classic cars. Kate Pickup, from the festival group, said: “We are really looking forward to two fun-packed days. We’ll be helping to put everyone in the party mood.”

North Yorkshire Business Enterprise Partnership will be managing a rocket launch challenge on both days. Hutton-le-Hole, where the museum is based, is entering into the spirit by hosting a scarecrow hunt. Trail sheets can be purchased from the museum for £1, with all proceeds going to the village hall.

Sammie Phoenix, from the village hall committee, said: “Visitors will be entertained and amused by the fantastic scarecrows. We’re looking forward to a fun weekend.”

The festival and scarecrow event takes place on Saturday and Sunday, from 11am to 4pm daily. Activities are included in the admission price.

 

 

 

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