Skyreholme from Howgill
 
Skyreholme is a small hamlet situated near Appletreewick in the Yorkshire Dales.It can be found in a small valley containing Fir Beck, a tributary of the River Wharfe. Skyreholme is an old Norse name meaning bright water-meadow. On one side of the valley is Appletreewick Pasture, on the other side the scarp face of Simon's Seat. The village of Appletreewick is 15 minutes walk away. Also nearby are Bolton Abbey, the village of Grassington and the bustling market town of Skipton with its busy market and shops, and a spectacular mediaeval castle.
 
NewSkyreholme School, an article by John Townend, Hon. Parish Archivist.