posted: 16th July 2019
Do you fancy doing some outdoor activities like climbing, abseiling, archery?
If so, get in touch as we may be able to help
posted: 24th June 2019
‘Fabulous staff, clear instructions, very supportive, friendly and encouraging, amazing food and very clean accommodation – every year we come and its great!’ – see you next year!
posted: 3rd June 2019
On Sunday 21st July, the Friends will be hosting a strawberry tea at Marrick Priory – transport will be available from the field by Grinton Bridge at 2.30pm. See you there…
posted: 3rd June 2019
On Wednesday 29th and Friday 31st May, 100 people enjoyed a scrumptious Spring Lunch here at the Priory and helped to raise £1375 including gift aid towards our bursary fund which supports young people to visit from families experiencing financial difficulties. Thanks to everyone who joined us – your support is greatly appreciated – See you at our next event…..
posted: 16th May 2019
If so, we may be able to help!
We have Friday 26th to Sunday 28th July available – also Thursday 1st to Friday 2nd August and Wednesday 7th to Friday 9th August – Are you interested?
Please get in touch
Tuesday 11th December 2018
Today we were joined by Bishop Helen-Ann Hartley for the opening of our new Outdoor Classroom. Though not dressed in her usual ceremonial attire Bishop Helen did come equipped with her purple wellies. As well as opening the Outdoor Classroom she was also able to have her first try at archery. This was followed by a soup and pudding lunch back in the main Priory building. The occasion was also attended by the Reeth Walking Group, Friends of Marrick Priory and the Leyburn Arts and Community Centre Walking Group.
The Outdoor Classroom is situated away from the main buildings down by the river, next to the High Ropes Course and Archery Range. It is a fully enclosed structure that can accommodate around 20 people. The Outdoor Classroom is available for use by both residential groups and day groups.
During the weeks of December, when not many children visited us, we were able to invite many other guests to our special Soups and Desserts events. These are hugely popular in both Swaledale and Wensleydale, many of the visitors walking to join us, rather than use cars. As ever the housekeeping staff did a fantastic job in providing delicious soups, but the desserts……they had to be tasted to be believed. There will be similar lunches in the Spring when it will be salads and desserts. Do join us if you can.
Sunday 2nd December 2018
The Friends of Marrick Priory were supporting our Bursary Fund again. We had carols, a tasty buffet supper and most of all fabulous singing from the Marske Choir who entertained us. They sing all year but we’re told not many of them attend rehearsals in the Spring, they are too busy looking after the sheep during lambing! Barclays Bank joint funded our proceeds, for which we were most grateful. We felt very lucky. We shall be able to continue supporting our Bursary Fund and buy those new waterproofs which are needed for our visitors.