Keld Resource Centre
The Keld Resource Centre  is a charity based in the small village of Keld in Upper Swaledale, North Yorkshire. It is restoring a series of listed buildings in the village, and returning them to a range of community uses.
- Completed projects
The Manse - the former Minister's house adjoining Keld United Reformed Church was refurbished in 2009. It is now available to let as a holiday cottage. Proceeds from lettings are used to fund the Centre's future projects.
The Well-being Garden - a patch of unkempt land in the chapel churchyard has been turned into a quiet, meditative garden from which visitors can contemplate their inner well-being amidst the beautiful natural scenery of Upper Swaledale.
The Countryside and Heritage Centre - a former stables has now become a small visitor and interpretation centre, was opened on 14 May 2011, providing information about the countryside and local community. There is a display of historical items relevant to Upper Swaledale curated by the Swaledale Museum in Reeth. The centre is open all year.
- Future projects
The Resource Centre is developing plans to restore three further historic buildings: the former School, Literary Institute and Methodist Chapel.
- Keld Resource Centre website: http://www.tkrc.org.uk
- URC Northern Synod website: http://www.urc-northernsynod.org/news/keld_open_day_report.htm
- Radio Teesdale: http://www.canstream.co.uk/radioteesdale/index.php?id=1225
- Northern Echo: http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/local/bedale/9007380.Charity_plans_celebrations_to_open_rural_visitor_centre/