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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 05 September

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

Shakespeare at centre of Dales book festival

Friday 05 September 2008
THE Yorkshire Dales town of Sedbergh is set to celebrate the greatest British writer of all time as the annual Books and Drama Festival gets underway today (5 September).
 

CLA taking Sheep EID Campaign to Westmorland Show

Friday 05 September 2008
IN a week when a threat to the UK sheep industry has made the news through the publication of a report by the CLA clarifying the case against the proposed introduction of electronic sheep tagging (EID), the CLA is preparing to make its case at the Westmorland County Show.
 

Artists on show at Museum

Thursday 04 September 2008
A VERY special exhibition is being staged in the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes from Saturday.
 

The Conspirators still conspiring to succeed

Thursday 04 September 2008
Local indie band the Conspirators, who have spent this year recording and releasing worldwide, to chart success and acclaim, are playing a local, intimate Bedale show this Fri 12th Sept...
 

Council objects to BT’s plans to remove 50 payphone boxes

Wednesday 03 September 2008
Harrogate Borough Council is writing to British Telecom to object in the strongest possible terms to proposals that could result in 50 pay phone boxes being removed from across the district.
 

Watercolour course at Gayle Mill

Wednesday 02 September 2008
The final summer arts course at Gayle Mill will take place on Saturday 13th September. Originally intended to be held over a weekend, Susan Neale’s “Watercolours for All” course will now be concentrated into a single day, starting at 9.30am.
 

Beware wild fungus boom

Tuesday 02 September 2008
THE WET summer has brought a big boom in mushroom and other wild fungus crops – but would-be collectors are being warned of the dangers involved.
 

Back to school for Catterick cops

Tuesday 02 September 2008
STUDENTS returning to school in Hipswell, Catterick Garrrison will be welcoming their local Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team to their campus.
 

Scrap sheep tag red-tape – CLA

Monday 01 September 2008
Landowners and rural business owners in England and Scotland are demanding that the Government scrap he latest tangle of red tape coming from the EU – the compulsory electronic tagging of sheep.
 

Funding available for Harrogate arts and heritage projects

Monday 01 September 2008
As well as providing annual financial support for major cultural events in the Harrogate district, the Borough Council created a funding stream in 2006 to help small arts and heritage projects and this is set to continue with new grant applications been sought.
 


 


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