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Police urge landowners to secure metal gates
1:08pm Friday 30th August 2013 in News
SECURITY ADVICE: Police have urged landowners to take steps to prevent metal gates being stolen following the theft of a pair from a field at Thornton Rust, near Leyburn on August 16. The gates which are around 8ft wide and painted green, are valued at around £80 each.
ELEMENTARY DRAMA: The Pantaloons drama company will perform a new adaptation of Sherlock Holmes tomorrow (Saturday, August 31) at Thorp Perrow Arboretum, near Bedale. Visitors are invited to take chairs and picnics before the show, which starts at 7pm. Tickets cost £12 for adults and £9 for children and students.
BEACH CLEAN-UP: The Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project, which encourages volunteers to help clear the sea shore, is visiting South Bay, in Scarborough, tomorrow (Saturday, August 31, from 2pm to 4pm.
TOURISM SUCCESS: Two arts and food trails have proved so popular with visitors to North Yorkshire that an unscheduled reprint of 20,000 has been ordered. The Delicious Trail and Art & Heritage Trail leaflets highlight the rich culture and delicious produce on offer on Yorkshire Coast and North York Moors area.
RESIDENTS’ SURGERY: The Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Northallerton, councillors John Forrest and Ken Archer, will hold a residents’ surgery in the Town Hall on Saturday, September 7, from 10am to noon.
OPEN DAY: Harrogate District Hospital will offer people a chance to see behind the scenes when it holds an open day on Thursday, September 19, from 3.30pm to 7pm.
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