Painting the Walnut Tree
The walnut tree on Musgrave Church Field is said to be the oldest in Westmorland -
it might be shown in the Rectory garden in drawings made in 1827 and 1883.
Red squirrels collect and store the walnuts each autumn.
Barn owls nest in the tree.
Two more walnut trees have now been planted.
The Ravenstonedale Art Class, led by Caroline Metcalfe-Gibson, produced the paintings of the walnut tree and Musgrave Bridge below:
© Ravenstonedale Art Class