Start your day with a wander along the River Ure and then take a moment to visit Holy Trinity Church which is a Grade 1 listed building dating back to 1300. It was James and Helen Herriot's wedding venue for the TV version of All Creatures Great and Small.
Just a little up the hill behind the pub you'll find three small and beautiful hidden treasures! To the left is the waterfall, which though small is perfectly formed and most people don't even know it's there. Next to the waterfall is the small rustic building (once a water mill) which has housed White Rose Candles since 1971. They're still making them, and you can usually watch the White family using their traditional methods to create a wide range of candles. It's hard to resist making observations about Heath Robinson-style contraptions and whole process is very soothing to watch, resulting in high quality candles.
The third small treasure is the Community Gardens, a tiny patch of land that's carefully tended by locals. There are several benches where you can rest to enjoy the wildflowers and birdlife in this lovely tranquil spot.