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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 29 August

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

For sale: exquisite Dales view

Friday 29 August 2008
ONE of the most famous views in the Yorkshire Dales is up for sale in an area where land only goes on the market once in a generation. It overlooks world-famous Malham Cove and there are two opportunities to buy.

Touring Victorian thespians play Ripon Festival

Friday 29 August 2008
Following the resounding success of their recent appearance at Knaresborough Festival, audience members who missed it have the chance to catch a free performance of Penny Plain’s entertaining romp ‘The Entire History of the North’ at Ripon Festival.

Police urge farmers to be vigilant

Thursday 28 August 2008
Police in the Hambleton area are warning farmers to be on their guard against diesel thieves following a number of fuel thefts from farm machinery.

Country folk paying excess billions in “green” taxes

Thursday 28 August 2008
BRITISH taxpayers are paying almost £20 billion a year in excess “green taxes “ – and the worst hit are poor people who live in the countryside.

Northerners create less CO2- report

Wednesday 27 August 2008
People in the North of England create fewer greenhouse gas emissions than southerners, according to scientists at York University.

Royal visit to Rose Ladies

Wednesday 27 August 2008
The Ribble Valley & White Rose Ladies are calling for new members to join their commended fundraising body in time to meet the Duke of Gloucester at their next luncheon event on 9th September.

NAS and North Yorkshire Police launch Autism alert card

Tuesday 26 August 2008
North Yorkshire Police have joined forces with the National Autistic Society (NAS) to promote a new card that alerts members of the emergency services and the criminal justice system to someone who has an autism spectrum condition.

Pendle Walking Festival 2008

Tuesday 26 August 2008
Everyone is invited to enjoy Pendle's beautiful countryside during this year's Pendle Walking Festival.


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