Upper Wensleydale Newsletter

The award-winning Upper Wensleydale Newsletter, created in 1995, is distributed monthly throughout the area. Its purpose is to inform, educate and entertain and it has a wide readership with many people contributing articles and news. It is entirely voluntary and depends on a considerable number of people; committee, office staff, writers and distributors. It is printed by Wensleydale Press, Hawes.

Postal communication can be made to:
Ings House,
Ings Houses,
North Yorkshire,

Tel: 01969 667061

or to the editorial e-mail address: uwnlinput@gmail.com

Upper Wensleydale Newsletter

This site includes copies with most of the text from April 2003 onwards and a list of the main features before that with dates These Online documents are available in Portable Document Format or PDF. The average issue comprises of about 36 pages with a file size between 600-900Kb and normally takes between 2 and 3 minutes to download but is well worth the wait. With a Broadband connection it is of course much faster.

To read our PDF files you'll need to have Acrobat Reader 8.0™ or above. We think most of you will have this but if you don't, it's free and can be downloaded from Adobe UK. If you are accessing this website using screen reading technology that cannot read PDFs, a converter is available at Access Adobe. Archive copies can be read at the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes or at the British Library in Boston Spa, Tadcaster.

To access Online copies of the Upper Wensleydale Newsletter:

Just click on the link below for the year you want then when that page opens choose the Issue you wish to view.

To access The Wensleydale Society website click on the link below:

The Wensleydale Society


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