The name of the village, Kildale has derived from Norman times where it was scribed as Childale. The transition from ‘Chil’ to ‘Kil’ is uncertain. Many believe the name changed to ‘Kil’ in the Saxon times as a result of the Norse Kyll stream or after the name of a Saxon proprietor patronymic. In 900 years the boundaries of Kildale have never changed, along with only ever being in the hands of three families. Kildale was in the hands of the Percy family from an early date.read more at Wikipedia
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This year’s show preparations are well underway with lots of exciting attractions and events for you to enjoy. Confirmed so […]
We’re pleased to confirm that work commitments have enabled Alastair to officiate as President at this year’s show. He has […]
Are vintage vehicles your passion? This year will again feature a vintage and classic vehicle exhibition with your chance to […]
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