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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 28th July

A look back at the past week, with our weekly round up of Yorkshire Dales News published on Daelnet.

Europeans study Yorkshire Dales farming project

Friday 28 July 2006
SOME of the leading conservationists in Europe have gone home with a lot to think about after attending a conference in the Yorkshire Dales designed to bring hill farming back to the future.

Mobile display spreads the countryside message across Yorkshire Dales

Thursday 27 July 2006
THE finishing touches have recently been put to a brand new trailer which is all set to display the work of North Yorkshire's Countryside Service at showgrounds across the Yorkshire Dales.

Quarryman Carl continues at national park helm

Thursday 27 July 2006
QUARRY manager Carl Lis has been re-elected as chairman of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority for the third year running - a vote of confidence that would have been unthinkable a decade or so ago.

Drivers asked to take care as repairs begin on Malhamdale bridge

Thursday 27 July 2006
MOTORISTS travelling along a popular Yorkshire Dales road are being asked to drive extra carefully as repair work is carried out on a bridge.

Vote paves the way for more affordable Yorkshire Dales homes

Wednesday 26 July 2006
THE provision of affordable housing in the Yorkshire Dales has received a major boost following a key vote yesterday (Tuesday 25 July) in which members of the North Yorkshire County Council Executive opted to sell land and property in Upper Wensleydale to a housing association for well below their market value.

North Yorkshire Probation celebrates top ranking

Wednesday 26 July 2006
AS public confidence in Britain's criminal justice system and probation service appears to decline with each new disastrous headline coming out of the Home Office, there is some good news at last for probation workers in North Yorkshire.

'Stop Every Drop' - campaign aims to protect farmers', Sheep and environment

Wednesday 26 July 2006
PREVENTING pollution and protecting sheep is the aim of a new industry wide campaign being launched at a major sheep farming show next month.

Airton event promotes traditional Yorkshire Dales Beef

Tuesday 25 July 2006
THE production and marketing of speciality Yorkshire Dales Beef is on the agenda later today as farmers, butchers and industry members meet in Airton.

Yorkshire Dales National Park HQ opens for business

Tuesday 25 July 2006
THE Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (YDNPA) is officially in business in Bainbridge.

"SmartWater" protects North Yorkshire's school equipment

Tuesday 25 July 2006
EVERY piece of audio-visual and information technology equipment in every school in North Yorkshire is to be "painted" with a revolutionary anti-theft system to fight a classroom crime-wave which is costing the county a six figure sum every year.

Anglers welcome government recognition

Monday 24 July 2006
Millions of British anglers have welcomed a controversial government report which has caused near apoplexy amongst other countryside organisations because it officially recognises the social and economic importance of their sport.

Search for best rural buildings

Monday 24 July 2006
THE Civic Trust has launched its latest search for the best designed rural buildings in England, which is held every two years - the alternate years are for urban architecture and design.

Mums & tots film season gets go ahead in Thirsk

Saturday 22 July 2006
MUMS will be able to take their tots and toddlers to watch children's films at a Yorkshire Dales arts venue from this Autumn.


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