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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 16th February

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

North Yorkshire prepared for power protests

Friday 16 February 2007
CAMPAIGNERS are claiming that many local people and visitors are set to be denied access to much of the Dales on Sundays and Bank Holidays following planned cuts to the public transport network in North Yorkshire.
 

Tin hats and gas masks in order for dales exhibition

Friday 16 February 2007
POLICE in North Yorkshire say they are well advanced in their planning and preparation to deal with any protests which may take place at power stations within the county.
 

Tin hats and gas masks in order for dales exhibition

Thursday 15 February 2007
TEACHERS from across North Yorkshire have donned tin hats and gas masks as they get a sneak preview of the latest attraction at a popular Yorkshire Dales museum.
 

Victory for Prickles in conservation wars

Thursday 15 February 2007
ONE of the strangest, and most bitter, battles in the history of British wildlife conservation appears to have come to an end today - with victory for the humble hedgehog.
 

Top chef seeks local food

Wednesday 14 February 2007
IT SOUNDS like a recruitment ad. in a local newspaper - and it could mean more jobs for local farmers and market gardeners. But the advertisers are not seeking employees but the food that they produce.
 

Northallerton entertains

Wednesday 14 February 2007
MUSIC, dance and a space adventure are all on the entertainment menu in one Yorkshire Dales town over the next few months.
 

Search is on for Yorkshire's best rural buildings

Tuesday 13 February 2007
A LEADING countryside campaign group is set to launch a new competition aimed at discovering and highlighting the architectural gems that are Yorkshire's best rural buildings.
 

Thirsk plans for annual festival of events

Tuesday 13 February 2007
A YORKSHIRE DALES market town has embarked on an ambitious plan to secure future festival events within the town and its surrounding villages in bid to increase tourism in the area.
 

The mystery of the "vanishing" tawny owl

Monday 12 February 2007
A LEADING conservation organisation that set out to discover why the Tawny Owl - thought to be a common inhabitant in many areas across Britain, including the Yorkshire Dales - has not been sighted quite so often in recent years - and they came up with a surprising answer.
 

Lights up on council's climate change battle

Monday 12 February 2007
AS THE science behind global warming was last week substantiated with the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change releasing its bleakest and most confident assessment yet, one Yorkshire Dales council is set to launch a fund aimed at encouraging schemes that protect the environment.
 


 


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