If you'd like to contribute to the website, please get in touch on our contact us page, or email info@carletonincraven.co.uk

Other Local Websites

Carleton With An E
Rachel H Naylor has had Carleton with an E reprinted. it is a book about the history and stories of Carleton. It is now available to buy.

Carleton Village Hall
Situated at the heart of the village, Carleton-in-Craven Village Hall is the ideal venue for your event. The Hall has hosted birthday parties, wedding receptions, theatre productions, ceilidhs, children’s activities and more. A number of regular classes and groups also use the Hall.

Carleton Village Archive
The Carleton Village Archive was formed with the aim of creating a lasting record of Carleton’s buildings; institutions; work and leisure activities; special events related to the school, Church and village community; and the everyday life of villagers which, otherwise, may be lost, and to make it accessible to others.

Yellison Farm Goats Cheese
Yellison Farm Goats Cheese is based in Carleton in Craven, Near Skipton, North Yorkshire where we produce pasteurised whole Goat’s milk and a variety of semi hard, soft, and spreadable goat’s cheese. All suitable for Vegetarians ! Gaining two awards at the 2008 Great Yorkshire was just the beginning. Our award winning cheeses are also featured in recipes by two Michelin Star chef’s, Mr Nigel Howarth, and Mr Michael Caines.

Creative Carleton
Creative Carleton is a non-profit community organisation whose primary aim is to promote creative events in Carleton in Craven.

Farnhill Village website.
Very little has been formally written or documented about the history of Farnhill or Kildwick. The aim of this group is to research and present its findings on this web site. Anyone who has information or memories to contribute please contact the web administrator We usually meet each month in the Village Institute, please check the Events Diary . New members are always welcome. Regular updates with new articles feature here.

MooBaaKids was set up in July of this year by two local mums to showcase things to do as a family with kids in the local area – it covers everything that is child friendly and LOCAL to Skipton and the surrounding villages including Carleton – such as places to go/local attractions, family friendly places to eat out, local family events, childcare & schools, classes and groups, local kids shopping and much more. We have set this up on a voluntary basis (not for profit). We really feel it would be of great interest to families living in Carleton.

Skipton Castle

Over 900 years old, Skipton Castle is one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England and is well worth a visit at any season of the year.

Visitors can explore every corner of this impressive history-rich castle, which withstood a three-year siege during the Civil War. View the Banqueting Hall, the Kitchen, the Bedchamber and Privy. Climb from the depths of the Dungeon to the top storey of the Watch Tower.

Cowling Web – Cowling Web is a free website dedicated to Cowling Village, it’s inhabitants, history and the surrounding area known as Cowling Parish, Yorkshire.

Skipton Town Council
Need to get in touch with the Council? Contact Skipton Town Council for more information.

Skiptonweb is an online guide to the town and businesses around it, it also provides businesses with websites.

This website is full of information, from local news to world news.

Keighley Online
Is a Community Website for Keighley and its Surrounding District. Which includes Haworth, Oxenhope, Oakworth, Silsden, Morton, Steeton, Crossflats, Beechcliffe, Utley, Laycock, Marley and Crosshills.

Craven’s Part In The Great War
This site is about Craven’s Part in the Great War, a website respectfully and humbly dedicated to the memories of the men and women from the Craven district who gave their lives for king and country in the First World War, 1914 -1919.

Skipton and Craven Action for Disability (Known as SCAD)
Open to all people with disabilities in and around the Craven area. They aim to provide for the welfare of people with disabilities living in and around Skipton and to assist them to integrate into society. In order to fulfill their aims they undertake various activities: Low cost wheelchair Accessible transport service, accessible canal boat trips on the Leeds to Liverpool canal, organized day trips and outings to places of interest, wheelchair Hire, activity groups SCAD is a voluntary, non-profit organization and a company limited by guarantee.