-Medieval farming, remains of ridge and furrow in the games field (hense Peat 'Rigg').
-1750's: Central part of main Farm Houses built at Peat Rigg as the farm grows.
-19th Century: Field drains and evidence of former lime kiln show efforts to 'improve' the land.
-1900's - 1980's: William and Phoebe Berriman farmed the land as a mixed farm (crops and livestock) and then passed it onto their children Jim and Dorothy.
-1952: The North York Moors National Park formed.
-1955: The main drive completed - to replace rough track that accessed Peat Rigg from the South.
-1986: Peat Rigg extended and refurbished to turn it into holiday cottages.
-1996: Peat Rigg bought by Teesside Training and Enterprise Council.
-2005: Discovery Courses takes over the lease of Peat Rigg.
-2007: Peat Rigg becomes a Community Interest Company.
-2010: Arable farming begins again as Peat Rigg aims to teach young people where food comes from.
-2013: The Green House doubles the capacity of Peat Rigg.
-2016: The former cottages completely renovated. Peat Rigg now fully accessible and weatherproof.
-2018: Farmhouse dining room extended.
-2019: New outdoor toilet block completed.
-2019: Onsite caving activity completed.
...to the future
The next five year plan includes continued investment in facilities, activities and delivery to make Peat Rigg Outstanding in all areas.