LAST week’s mystery building, pictured by Ron Allen, was the rather lovely cricket pavilion at Giggleswick School, and was correctly identified by Robin Bundy, John Shackleton and H J Hill.

Robin also sent in a picture taken on April 19 last year, when the pavilion scoreboard was being set to the correct date. Robin adds: “The date was also correct or within a day or so on every other occasion I walked past last year but I haven’t checked in recent months.

“I don’t know whether the custom of setting the board to the date, presumably by the groundsman, was something started during lockdown or whether it has been going on for years without me noticing.”

The pavilion and school chapel was paid for by Walter Morrison (1836 to 1921) of Tarn House, Malham, whose centenary of his death is currently being celebrated by The Folly Museum, Settle.

Visitors can request keys to the Grade Two listed chapel from the school reception and visit the chapel until the end of September as part of the ongoing festival.

There is also a Walter Morrison Way path - a 16.5-mile route from Coniston Cold to Malham, Settle and Giggleswick, retracing some of the philanthropist’s favourite paths and connecting some of the landmarks in Malhamdale and Craven.

Shorter loops explore Kirkby Malham and Malham, the Malham Tarn Estate, Settle, and Giggleswick.

To find out more about the festival,

What about this rather ornate tunnel? It can be found on an estate close to the well trodden path to one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, and also to a stunning cave. system. Suggestions by 8am on Monday to