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Safari Trail
"Animals on Holiday"
29th May - 6th June 2010

A great day out for the whole family.

The Malham Safari Animals will be on Holiday all around Malham and you are invited to come and join in the fun. Every day throughout the week we will have some events including some or all of the following things to see and do

See how many Suitcases you can find -

WINNERS Rhys Morgan of Leeds - who wins £100, Holly Mostyn of Skipton - who wins £50, There were 111 suitcases.

Morris Dancing Saturday 29th May Morris Dancing Dales Tour Times

Coconut Shy

Stream Dipping, YDNPA

Music, Wednesday, 6.30pm till late with Irish Band Quare Craic from County Down

Archery & Rifle Range

Duck Races, every day, weather permitting

All events weather permitting

Malham Safari Train

Quiz and map sheets available - Prizes for the first two correct entries drawn from a hat at the end of the week

Malham Village Green

If you have any suggestions or ideas for our Safari, please contact Roger Rand

Past Malham Safari information and photos

  • Safari 2010 Animals on Holiday
  • Safari 2009 A day at the Zoo
  • Safari 2008 Olympics
  • Safari 2007 Evolution
  • Safari 2006 Jurassic
  • Safari 2005 info
  • Safari Workshop info and photo's

    Malham Safari Trail


    Mums, Dads, Grandparents, bring the family, in half term, to visit Malham in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. See the imaginitive displays, including dinosaurs and animals.
    Find all the hidden Suitcases around the village.

    Malham Safari Train & face painting

    Buy a Safari trail quiz sheet, stroll around the village and find the answers to the clues.
    Please enjoy the hospitality of the local Cafe's, pubs and shops.

    Synchronised Swimming at Malham Safari Trail

    It promises to be a great week so come along and join in the fun.

    WINNERS 2010

    Rhys Morgan of Leeds - who wins £100

    Holly Mostyn of Skipton - who wins £50

    (There were 111 suitcases).

    Proceeds from the Safari will be distributed between Kirkby Malham School, Kirkby Malham Church and Malham Chapel

    Malham Safari Duck Race

    Just a short note to thank all the people who had created the Malham Safari. We spent a fabulous day on Tuesday exploring your village and eating delicious cakes and burning them off on safari. My two daughters and I enjoyed the whole day and were most impressed by the Boxing Kangaroo and synchronised dolphins. We will make sure we attend next year’s event. Once again thanks to all involved. Catherine, Heather & Lily Burscough




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