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News: Hambleton District Council

VISITOR ATTRACTIONS: Kilburn village and the nearby White Horse

Renewable energy scheme dismissed after noise and smell complaints


Search is on for empty homes

CASH: The chairman of Great Ayton Parish Council, Richard Hudson, presents a cheque for Prostate Cancer UK to the vintage tractor run's organiser, Dave Harrison.

Vintage tractors descend on village

Search for future development land

PROTECTION BID: Four-finger KitKat bars, which have been produced in York since 1935

Four-finger KitKat trademark attempt 'set to fail'

AFFORDABLE: The Linton-on-Ouse development.

More affordable homes are built

TEAM: Volunteering Hambleton's Administrator Denise Sisk (administrator) and co-ordinator Lizzie Clapham.

Voluntary services get a new look

HOME: Fiona and Mark Reynolds, from Northallerton who have volunteered with the charity Sash

People needed to offer room to young people facing homelessness

ENERGY SCHEME: Developers have urged Hambleton District Council to change conditions relating to four wind turbines

Concerns over 132m-high wind turbines reignited with bid to relax conditions

Car park closures

Improvements on way for recycling

WINDFALL: Left to right: Paul Fisher, Hambleton Strollers, Cllr Mark Robson, leader of Hambleton District Council, Ellen Cross, Thirsk projects, Phil Henderson, Stokesley projects, Hazel Kirby, Northallerton projects, Robert Webb, Easingwold projects with

Grants offered to help voluntary groups provide vital services

Council puts up cash for new officer to bring in funds

CLEAN: Litter picking along the A168.

Roads get their own spring clean

FLOODING PROBLEMS: The old bridge near Dalton Industrial estate.   Picture: RICHARD DOUGHTY PHOTOGRAPHY

Cash for bridge improvement scheme approved to prevent flooding cutting off business park

INTERN SCHEME: Julie Cole of Analox  is seated with  (L – R) Joanne Hughff from Teesside University;  Ian Hopley, business and economy officer at Hambleton District Council and Cllr Mark Robson, council leader.

University joins forces with council for new intern scheme

Veteran Leeny Szrama with Johnson Beharry VC

Veterans using art and poetry to express themselves after war experiences

SWIM CHECK: Instructor Myles Strudwick checking out the new system with parent Rachel Edson.

Swimming goes on-line

CAPS ON: Recycling staff help push home the message.

Residents urged to leave their caps on


District council to launch graduate employment scheme

Planning committee unimpressed with Aiskew housing scheme

Bid to encourage sport for the disabled

CDall for feedback over "gateway" parking plan

FOOD HEROES: Celebrated chef Stephanie Moon, who will be presenting the Flavours of Herriot Country Awards

Herriot country's food heroes to be celebrated

Council defends accounts despite publishing errors

CONCERTED CRACKDOWN: From left, Councillor Brian Phillips, Councillor Bridget Fortune, dog warden David Granger, and Hambleton District Coucnil leader Councillor Mark Robson

Irresponsible dog owners targeted by new warden


Hospice charity to launch a fundraising appeal after funding cuts

Residents given chance to say what council priorities should be - as budget cuts bite

ACTION NEEDED: Brian Hall at the notorious junction.

More than 1,000 call for action at notorious crossroads

SCHOOL SPORT: Hambleton District Councillor Bridget Fortune with the games mascot

Hambleton youngsters' success in North Yorkshire School Games

SCHOOL SPORT: Hambleton District Councillor Bridget Fortune with games mascot

Hambleton youngsters' success in North Yorkshire School Games

TOP EARNER: Chief executive Phillip Morton

Council boss gets £25,000 pay rise while lowest paid offered two per cent

BUSINESS FIRST: The Hambleton Business Awards winners with Hambleton District Council leaders and Neil Collinson, of Dales of Thirsk, who designed the trophies.

Business heroes' efforts recognised at ceremony

BUSINESS RATES: Hambleton District Council

Traders to benefit from a 50 per cent business rate relief if they take on long-term empty premises

Darlington town hall

Voters should be allowed to judge if council hall tax increases are justified


Special council company could help create jobs and encourage development

TOUR VISIT: Victoria Howard from Lewis and Cooper putting the final touches to their window display

Town prepares for the Tour

Car parking: Traders fear visitors are being driven away

Council car parks are among the cheapest say Hambleton

Parking row: Northallerton High Street, where current disc zone parking is being  replaced with charges

Council reaps 1,200 per cent increase in parking fees and fines

AERIAL VIEW: Great Ayton in North Yorkshire

Developers lodge appeal after housing development blocked

NO COMPARISON: Five saplings were found in the place of the mature trees that have been removed

Saplings discovered in the place of mature trees that had been cut down - but they too have now disappeared

SKY RIDERS: Participants of a recent Sky Ride in Hambleton

Hambleton's first Sky Ride hailed a success

Bagby Airfield supporters outside one of the earlier inquiries

Don't ground airfield planners are urged

FINES FEAR: Northallerton High Street.

Fears that traffic fines could spark boycott

ECONOMIC GATEWAY: The level crossing in north Northallerton

Council unveils £5m fund to boost Hambleton district's economy

FELLED: The birch trees in Thirsk Market Place.

Charity urges council to apologise over felling trees in Thirsk Market Place

New warden scheme to get to grips with dog fouling

New warden scheme to get to grips with dog fouling

Full steam ahead for crisis hit heritage railway in line for council grant

Councillors urged to give cash-strapped Wensleydale Railway £40,000

New campaign could see Yarm cross border into North Yorkshire

New campaign could see Yarm cross border into North Yorkshire

Crime surgeries: Julia Mulligan

People encouraged to discovered health benefits of walking

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