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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 17th August

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

A helping hand for the Lune's forgotten residents

Friday 17 August 2007
ENVIRONMENTAL officers are working at a secret location on a dales river in south Cumbria to save one of the Europe's rarest species, the Freshwater Pearl Mussel.
 

Dales mail box mystery

Friday 17 August 2007
POLICE in Craven are investigating an unusual theft - a Royal Mail post box that mysteriously disappeared last weekend.
 

Malham show to go-ahead as planned

Thursday 16 August 2007
MALHAM Show will take place as usual, on Bank Holiday Saturday, the 25th August but, due to the current restrictions, without cattle and sheep.
 

FMD movement ban relaxed

Thursday 16 August 2007
THE announcement by the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) that the current Foot and Mouth animal movement restrictions are to be eased has been widely welcomed by farmers and countryside groups.
 

Visitors flock to see Malham's high-flying guests

Wednesday 15 August 2007
A FAMILY of peregrine falcons has once again proved to be a real crowd-puller in the Yorkshire Dales.
 

New village hall opens its doors in celebration

Wednesday 15 August 2007
FOLLOWING a period of inclement weather in the Yorkshire Dales the sun shone in Wensley just in time for the opening of their brand new Village Hall.
 

Clock is ticking for Dales woodland project

Tuesday 14 August 2007
TIME is running out for landowners to join a project aimed at increasing the amount of native woodland in the Yorkshire Dales.
 

Advice for dog owners in the Yorkshire Dales

Tuesday 14 August 2007
DOG owners planning walks in the Yorkshire Dales National Park during the August Bank Holiday week are being reminded to take extra care around cows and their calves.
 

Witness appeal follows Knaresborough art theft

Monday 13 August 2007
AN appeal for witnesses has gone out following the theft of a painting depicting a famous view of one North Yorkshire town.
 

Taming the shrew in Dalby Forest

Monday 13 August 2007
Nature lovers are being invited to help experts compile the first ever atlas of Yorkshire's mammals.
 


 


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