Please see below for a list of planned events to mark the 800th Anniversary of the death of St Robert:
A musical extravaganza involving schools, local singers and music groups and featuring Mark Pallant’s ‘Flower of York’ composition, and much more.
Various walks and pilgrimages are being planned – please see the events calendar for up to date information
A visit by the Yorkshire Archaeological Society has been arranged for 8th September 2018. This will focus on the archaeology of the site.
An academic symposium featuring internationally renowned academics bringing the life of St Robert to life.
A production that links the town with St Robert’s Cave will be produced for FEVA. Events in local schools will be notified through the respective schools, but contact us if you want further information.
We will be unveiling a new Tromp window in Knaresborough at some point during the year – watch out for details.
A book launch for a series of historical fiction short stories centred around St Robert and those who knew him well, or came into contact with him, will be held on Saturday 10th March 2018 from 3 - 5 p.m. at Knaresborough Library
A Short Story competition will be launched at the book event on 10th March in the Knaresborough Library.
An Artwork competition will be launched at the book event on 10th March in the Knaresborough Library.
A visit to Morley, Derbyshire to view the St Robert stained glass window is being planned. More details to follow.
Unveiling of new signage and improvements to the Cave site in association with Harrogate Borough Council.
A special St Robert brew will be produced by Roosters.
St Robert menu's - Advice on 12th Century menus for local tea rooms and hostelries.
Tree carving on Abbey Road.
If you would like to be involved in the organisation or any more information on any of the above events then please get in touch via the Contact Form on the front page.