A Yorkshire Day Out with Rowan

A Yorkshire day out with Rowan

We invite you to join us for a grand day out here in Yorkshire, as part of our celebrations for Wool Week 2012. Set to take place on Saturday October 20th at the Rowan Mill, Holmfirth, the day will include an inspirational talk by Kate Buller, Rowan Brand Manager, the opportunity to meet real live sheep, a Summerwine Magic Tour, lunch at Compo's Fish and Chip restaurant, a Rowan afternoon workshop and a goody bag! Tickets are priced at £45 per person, and places are limited – so don’t miss out, call us on 01484 681881 to book your place!

• Date – Saturday 20th October 2012, 9am – 4pm
• Ticket price £45
Including:
•Tea & coffee on arrival
•Talk by Kate Buller
•Meet the sheep! – Real live sheep the The Mill
•Summer Wine Magic Tour of Holmfirth including lunch at Compos Fish & Chips
•Rowan workshop
•Goody bag

The "Summerwine Magic" Tour

The tour is a 10 mile journey round the film locations which were used in the filming of the world record breaking BBC comedy, “The Last Of The Summer Wine". It incorporates some of the most beautiful scenery found in the foothills of the Yorkshire Pennines.

As well as gaining an insight into the filming, there is a full running commentary on the history of the local area. Starting from the Rowan Mill, the tour lasts for 45 minutes where you will then be dropped off for lunch at the famous Compo's Café.

The tour is brought to you by Colin, who for nearly 20 years was the owner of "Sid’s Cafe" and was regularly involved with the cast and crew whilst filming took place on location, (actually appearing in one episode with the late, great Sir Norman Wisdom). Settle back in your seats and let Colin transport you through the beautiful hills and mystical valleys where time stands still. After your fish and chip lunch, you will be dropped back off at the Rowan Mill to begin your workshop.

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