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Pateley Bridge (known locally as Pateley) is a small market town in Nidderdale in the Borough of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, it lies on the River Nidd. It is in the Yorkshire Dales and just outside the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The community has the oldest sweet shop in the world. Established in 1827, it is housed in one of the earliest buildings in Pateley Bridge, dating from 1661. Pateley Bridge is also the home of the Nidderdale Museum.
The last Dales agricultural show of the year, the Nidderdale Show, is held annually on the showground by the River Nidd. The show attracts over 14,000 visitors each year.
The town is within the Nidderdale AONB, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town was listed in both the 2017 and 2018 Sunday Times reports on Best Places to Live in northern England. The local tourist authority bills it as “the perfect place to start your exploration of the Yorkshire Dales”.
On Saturday 14 December 2019, AFWC will be walking in the Yorkshire Dales in the area of Pateley Bridge to Hampsthwaite and the Nidderdale Way. Please see the link below for the walksheet and map.
The December walk of the AFWC will be in the Yorkshire Dales: Nidd Valley – Ripley to Pateley Bridge. See the link below for details & how to book your place.