19th MAY 2019
Runners have the opportunity to raise sponsorship monies for their favourite charities
The Nidderdale Run
2019 will be the third year of our Run
In 2019 the Rotary Club of Harrogate will organise a running event along the route of the 26 mile Nidderdale Walk. It will provide runners with the opportunity, if they wish, to raise money for their favourite charity. Entries will be limited to 90 runners.
The Run starts and finishes in Pateley Bridge. which is situated 12 miles from Harrogate in North Yorkshire in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The event will take runners up Nidderdale past Lofthouse and onto the moors and around Scar House reservoir.
Harrogate Hospital and Community Charity
For the first time, we have partnered with the Harrogate Hospital and Community Charity to organise this event. Profits from the entry fees will go to HHandCC and Rotary charities. They will promote the events amongst their supporters. For more information about the excellent work HHandCC do, please visit their website at www.hdft.nhs.uk/hhcc.
Over £800,000 raised for charity by walkers
25 years of fund raising by walkers of all ages
Amongst its many current enterprises the Rotary Club of Harrogate is the organiser of the highly successful Nidderdale Charity Walks which have raised over £800,000 for local charities over the 25 years it has been going.
The Rotary Club of Harrogate
Nearly 100 years of service
The Rotary Club of Harrogate is one of the longest established in the United Kingdom with a record of over ninety years continuous service to the town of Harrogate and the wider community. It is especially noted for its contribution to the environmental movement in Rotary International.
Download Route Map and Description
Start time of the Run is from 08h00 (Registration from 07h30) and the route starts from Pateley Bridge and takes in Ramsgill, Lofthouse and up onto the moors around Scar House reservoir.
The route will be fully waymarked with red markers and there will refreshments at Lofthouse.
You can download the Route of the run by clicking on this button.
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We would like to thanks our patrons for their invaluable support
Harrogate Hospital and Community Charity
Harrogate Hospital and Community Charity funds specialist equipment, training and services, going above and beyond the provision of the NHS to help improve treatment and facilities for all departments and services at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust. We are delighted to partner with The Rotary Club of Harrogate for the 2019 Nidderdale Walk.
We raise funds and help make a difference across all areas of the Trust. Recently we funded a refurbishment of our Children’s Outpatients Department costing £75,000. With the support of local businesses, individuals, other charities and fundraising groups we were able to transform the ambience of the department with a new woodlands theme, new toys and lighting making it a much better place for children coming in for appointments. In addition to this, the refurbishment has enabled us to increase the capacity which will enable us to increase the number of patients that can be seen from 9,000 to 15,000 a year.
In addition to this, we have just officially launched our new Nuclear Medicine Gamma Scanner within the radiology department. The Symbia Intevo Bold Spect/CT is one of only 21 in the World and just the 3rd in the UK. This top of the range ‘Gamma Scanner’ is a diagnostic tool used to examine how well an organ, or part of the body, is working. The new scanner is already improving the comfort and experiences of patients. It delivers a faster and higher quality of diagnostic imaging and is used to diagnose a wide range of conditions including cancer and rheumatology.
We are currently working with the ophthalmology department to raise over £85,000 for a new Retcam3 imaging system. This state of the art camera takes high resolution images of the back of children’s eyes and enables consultants detect a range of eye problems including retinopathy of prematurity, and helps to prevent blindness in premature babies. The camera can also be used for babies and children for diagnosing other eye conditions such as retinoblastoma, a rare type of cancer, and can also be used to detect shaken baby syndrome and can be used as evidence of such.
Thanks to the amazing support of the pupils and PTA of Belmont Grosvenor School in Birstwith, we are in the process of refurbishing the play and activity room within our Woodlands Children’s Ward. This will make it a brighter and more interactive environment for children of all ages. In addition to this we are in the process of designing a full refurbishment of the outside activity area on the ward too. This will provide an attractive outside space which can be used by children and young people, whatever their age, and will incorporate space for both play and relaxation.
If you would like to raise funds for Harrogate Hospital and Community Charity, please do get in touch with us for a fundraising pack by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01423 555641.
The Walking Englishman
Mike Brockhurst, known as the Walking Englishman, has dedicated himself to providing a free walking resource website that exists to inspire you to go out walking in the countryside of Great Britain. His greatest wish is to get people out walking in the rich and varied countryside in our country and enjoy walking in the
beautiful surroundings at our disposal. He has a passion for walking and wants to share it.
On the website he has provided all grades of walk for young to old, beginners to experienced, so everyone can have a go at finding a walk on the website to suit themselves. Go on, take a walk. And anyone who cannot find a walk for themselves can contact him and he will always help and try to find one suitable.
His motto is : "Enjoy your walking."
Mike has been a tremendous help in planning the Nidderdale Walks and developing the Walk Maps, which can be downloaded from this site.
You can visit his website by double clicking on the photograph on the right.
Nicholls Tyreman Estate Agents
No matter whether you are selling or renting your property, there is a trio of essentials you should demand from your estate agent. At Nicholls Tyreman we take great pride in having all three. It is our firm belief that if you are selling or renting in Harrogate and the surrounding area you simply cannot choose a better agent.
Our roots in the local property market go back decades. We have bought, sold and rented property of every kind, in every economic climate and so we have an informed view of what is realistic and achievable: in other words, how to get the maximum return.
Our friendly, experienced staff have all been with us for some time and that gives us a serious advantage. It means you can rely on sound advice, whoever you deal with, and that you can always count on our pro-active attitude.
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Lloyd Land Rover of Ripon
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As part of the Lloyd Motor Group, our Lloyd Land Rover Ripon Retail Centre is the perfect place in which to choose your new or used Land Rover. With friendly and professional team led by Head of Business David McIntyre, we are here to help you select and enjoy your vehicle, offering expert advice and support throughout your ownership.
You can visit this website by clicking on the image on the right.
North Yorkshire Sport
North Yorkshire Sport was founded in 1999 as a County Sports Partnership (CSP) covering the 7 District Authorities of Harrogate, Ryedale, Selby, Scarborough, Hambleton, Craven and Richmondshire, North Yorkshire County Council and the Unitary Authority of City of York Council.
Our overall aims as an organisation are to promote and encourage increased participation in Sport & Active Recreation, whether as a participant, volunteer or coach, supporting the sports infrastructure (clubs / facilities / voluntary sector) and to create meaningful and lasting partnerships with a range of key partners interested in sport and the health & wellbeing of North Yorkshire residents.
Our four Sporting Ambitions are:
1. Increase the number of people taking part regularly in community grass roots sport and the number of young people in full time education accessing high quality sport and PE each week
2. Increase the number of North Yorkshire residents competing at a regional, national and international level.
3. Increase the number of people in North Yorkshire taking part in health related activity through sport.
4. Build a strong adequately resourced sporting infra structure across North Yorkshire
Gallery of Photographs
Photographs from Nidderdale Run 2017