It was created to celebrate the work of Clapham-native Reginald Farrer, a plant collector and author, who travelled the world gathering many rare plant species before cultivating them in the area.
Dubbed as 'the father of English rock gardening', Farrer brought many plants to the UK for the first time and a number, including Bulbophylium Farreri and Viburnum Farreri, are named after him. A tour lasting one hour can be taken of the cave network, allowing visitors to see what is believed to be the biggest stalactite in Great Britain at 16ft and 5ins.
Hawes is a small market town and civil parish in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England, that was granted its market charter in 1699.
Historically in the North Riding of Yorkshire, Hawes is located at the head of Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales, the River Ure runs to the north of the town and is regarded as one of the honeypot tourist attractions of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The parish of Hawes also includes the neighbouring hamlet of Gayle.
It is 31.2 miles (50.2 km) west of the county town of Northallerton.
The court was told after abusing the boys he would often tell them that if they ever found themselves about to mention what had happened, their minds would go blank and they would forget.
None of the victims said they were actually hypnotised but they froze in surprise and horror at what the respected church leader was doing, the jury heard.
It allowed for a weekly Tuesday market and two fairs a year.
In 1887 an auction market was established in the town that held cattle sales fortnightly.
The original tower is in place, but the majority of the building as it stands is the result of Victorian restoration work. The route is clearly signposted form the road between Clapham and Austwick and takes walkers up to the collection of odd shaped but superb rocks which were transported to the area by a glacier during the last Ice Age.