A FAMILY whose festive lights have raised hundreds of pounds for charity have pulled out all the stops again this year.
A DALES couple have launched an alcoholic drink for vegans.
THE CAMPAIGN to save rural payphones under threat in the Upper Dales has stepped up – with a councillor calling the consultation process “shambolic.”
PUPILS at a leading North Yorkshire school are sporting a stylish new look with the introduction of new school uniform.
THE achievements of Royal Air Force personnel have been celebrated at RAF Leeming’s first annual awards event.
LOCAL groups will benefit when the new-look Co-op store in Leyburn is relaunched.
THE moment a lucky lottery winner was handed the keys to her top prize ultimately proved too much for a North-East mother-of-three.
A WELL-KNOWN and respected farmer and butcher has died aged 94.
A STOKESLEY student has been presented with a silver cup to mark his commitment to the town’s Army Cadet Force.
A PAINTING by a Ripon student has been selected from hundreds of submissions for a prestigious national exhibition at two locations in London. Emma Beaumont's oil painting of the Gare du Nord in Paris will sit alongside only 21 other works at the…
A NEW effort is being made to tighten the ties between military and civilian communities through reading.
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RAIL enthusiasts who spent over 30 years painstakingly restoring a rare locomotive back to its former glory have been shortlisted for a national award.
LEADING literary figures from North Yorkshire have spoken of their disbelief over a council's decision to charge business rates to volunteer-run libraries.
YOUNGSTERS are being given the opportunity to pick up a camera and flex their creative muscles in a competition being launched next month.
A MAJOR auctioneering firm has opened the final touch to its extensive development which has been ongoing for the last three years.
SERVICE children have been supporting each other through the most poignant time of the military calendar.
THREE work colleagues have completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge to raise £761 for Malton Hospital in memory of a friend.
GUISBOROUGH Town have announced the appointment of their highly successful former under-23 development manager Gary Forster as their new manager.
THE Eric Ridley Trophy Trial was no walk in the park at Hurst last Sunday, when Faceby's Guy Kendrew was just about walking on water as he took his friends and rivals Richard Sadler and James Stones to the proverbial cleaners.
THIS ensemble of talented amateur musicians has earned a reputation for quality music-making and on the evidence of this performance continues to deserve high praise.
JOEL Dommett, one of the contestants in the TV reality show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here, will appear at Richmond’s Georgian Theatre Royal next year.
THE Witham arts centre in Barnard Castle has organised its first Teesdale Christmas art fair and is showing work by nearly 30 selected artists from across the region.
IT was a run-of-the-mill handicap chase, run in the wind and rain at Hexham on Wednesday afternoon, but Henry Brooke was absolutely delighted to be back in the winner's enclosure, especially at this track.
DARLINGTON precision driver Paul Swift enjoyed another good run to end up fifth overall on last weekend’s Rockingham Stages, a result which gave him the lead in the Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship with MSVR.
The Christmas countdown has well and truly begun and the New Year is almost upon us – so it’s a good time to start thinking about those little DIY jobs that’ll make your home fit for visitors. PETER BARRON suggests six tasks to consider:
What are the top ten toys for Christmas 2016? Heather Barron finds out
THIS year saw the tenth annual charity three-day vintage tractor run.
AN AWARD-WINNING family food firm is celebrating more business success.
BEEF prices have held up “better than expected”, delegates were told at an AHDB Beef and Lamb levypayers’ meeting near Saltburn recently.
A FIREPLACE company that has won numerous awards for both design and its unique technology is burning even brighter following a management buyout.
LEADING conservation groups are calling on the Government to step up the protection of national parks amid a wave of major developments, including the world’s largest potash mine.
GRAINGER December 1, peacefully in hospital, of Kirkbridge, formerly of Mirefold Farm, Henry aged 86 years. Beloved husband of Betty, loving father and father-in-law of Richard and Helen, a devoted grandad of Katie and Jack, a dear brother of Stan,…
ALLISON Alan Treasured memories of a much loved dad and grandad who passed away December 12, 2015. Love Deb, Kim, Chris and family
ATKINSON Irene The family of the late Irene wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kindness and sympathy shown during their recent sad bereavement. Also thanks to Town Close, Ward 29 James Cook Hospital and Roseville Care Centre. Thanks…
GRUNDY (Richmond) Bill’s family would like to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kindness and sympathy following their sad loss, and for their donations to the Friends of the Friary Hospital.
COWARD Eva Anne Tony Coward and Joyce Slater, family of the late Anne wish to express their most sincere thanks to all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kindness and sympathy shown and for the many cards of condolence received following their…
HEY Poppy and Emma would like to thank all their family and friends for their kindness and support during this difficult time. We are delighted by the extent of donations given in memory of John for The Yorkshire Air Ambulance. Your love and support…
Wendy JOHNSTON December 12th! Love Sally, Jane & Gem xxx
Gladys BANKS Happy 90th Birthday Mam on December 14, 2016. Love and best wishes, from Kathleen, Sylvia, Shirley and Families xxx
HUSON Maurice Died December 9, 2014 Never more than a thought away Loved and remembered every day. Loving wife Joyce
CHAPMAN Eric December 9, 2014 No matter how our lives may change, No matter what we do, We will never forget those precious years, The ones we shared with you. Loved and remembered always. Nita and family. xxx
CLARK John William Peacefully on November 29, in hospital, aged 86 years. Dearly beloved husband of Mary, much loved father of Carol, dear father-in-law of David and loving grandad of James and Jonathan. Service to take place in St. Oswald’s…
MUSGROVE John Suddenly on December 1, in hospital, John aged 85 years. Dearly beloved husband of the late Barbara and much loved father of Janet and the late John. A dear father-in-law of David, loving grandad of Sarah, Michelle and Josh, and…
FORTH George Vincent (Vinnie) Peacefully on December 2, in hospital, Vince aged 87 years. Much loved uncle of Barbara. Service to take place at St Helen’s Church, Ainderby Steeple on Wednesday, December 14, at 10.30am, followed by burial within the…
RYDER Joseph (Joe) Passed away peacefully on December 1, 2016, Joe aged 95 years. Dearly loved husband of the late Anne and loved dad of Gwen, John and Stephen and son-in-law Charles, daughters-in-law Ros and Janet and a loved grandad and…
EDWARDS Alan On December 3, peacefully at home in Baldersby, Alan aged 76 years. A dearly loved husband of Mavis. Funeral service to be held at Harrogate Crematorium, on Monday, December 12, will friends please meet at the Crematorium Chapel, for…
CARLING December 4, peacefully in Rosedale Care Home, of Bedale, formerly of Thornton Watlass, Brian aged 85 years. Beloved husband of the late Audrey, loving father and father-in-law of Neil and Lynn and devoted grandad of Charlotte. Funeral service…
COIDAN Joan (nee Boothby) Peacefully in her sleep on December 4, Joan, aged 84 years (of Great Ayton, formerly Northallerton). Dearly loved mother to Louise, Julia, David and Alison also a dear Grandma to 9. Funeral Service to be held on Wednesday,…