Dedicate a tree

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The next best time is now. Dedicate a tree in the Yorkshire Dales today and help us restore hundreds of native, broadleaved woodlands which have been lost due to deforestation.

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YDMT Choral Concert

Bolton Abbey Church

An evening of song performed by the highly accomplished Yorkshire Dales chamber choir Cantores Salicium.

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Say it with flowers. Hundreds of them.

A unique alternative to cut flowers, a Living Bouquet gift will help create a beautiful living area of wildflower hay meadow in the Yorkshire Dales for only £25. 

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Festival Goes From Strength to Strength

Date of issue: 23 November 2015

Organisers of events in and around the Yorkshire Dales are invited to take advantage of a free promotional opportunity to help raise awareness of their 2016 events.

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Welcome to the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust

You can call us YDMT for short! We’re a small charity doing big things to help care for the landscape, environment, communities and economy in this very special place – the Yorkshire Dales.

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Current programmes

Flowers of the Dales Festival

This annual festival highlights the fantastic wildflowers and habitats we have in the Yorkshire Dales through a collection of over 100 events across the Dales.

Dales Woodland Restoration

Tree planting is perhaps what the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust is most well known for. Since we first started out in 1996 we’ve helped to plant over one million trees in the Yorkshire Dales and surrounding areas.

Hay Time

YDMT set up the Hay Time project in 2006 to help protect and restore the internationally important hay meadows of the Yorkshire Dales.

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Posted: 14/10/2015 by ydmt

Teaching skills on the hills

People and the DALES' Hill Skills training weekends help to give community groups the skills and confidence to enjoy the countryside safely and independently in the future.
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