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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 16 January

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

CLA broadband campaign produces superfast result

Friday 16 January
THE CLA in the North is delighted by media reports that the Government is planning a universal service obligation for broadband.
 

Dales roadsides: Verging on the beautiful

Friday 16 January
RESIDENTS are being asked to help look after the hundreds of miles of roadside verges in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
 

Help needed in rural broadband battle

Thursday 15 January
Richmondshire Leisure Trust, in partnership with Richmondshire District Council, is pleased to offer the residents of Richmondshire better value leisure services.
 

Free swimming for over 60s

Thursday 15 January
RICHMONDSHIRE Leisure Trust, in partnership with Richmondshire District Council, is pleased to offer the residents of Richmondshire better value leisure services.
 

Tree planters are just champion

Wednesday 14 January
VOLUNTEERS from communities in Keighley and Bradford will be out in the Yorkshire Dales National Park at the weekend helping to improve the landscape around Malham Cove.
 

Morris youth live and cracking in Craven

Wednesday 14 January
THE Flagcrackers of Craven are among many thriving morris sides condemning the scaremongering of the Morris Ring who announced to the national press last week that the tradition is in danger of dying out.
 

A new batch of buses for Craven

Tuesday 13 January
IT’S said that buses come in threes. But in Craven eight have arrived together as part of a £700,000 investment by North Yorkshire County Council and Yorkshire Forward.
 

Office partition helps Richmondshire businesses

Tuesday 13 January
A LOCAL authority has found an innovative way to help businesses get through the credit crunch – offer smaller offices.
 

Rural business confidence defies doom and gloom

Monday 12 January
BUSINESS confidence in rural areas is still high despite the doom and gloom that has descended on the urban business community, according to an authoritative survey carried out by the 36,000 strong Country Land and Business Association.
 

Handheld Computer - a success for police

Monday 12 January
POLICE forces are benefiting from state-of-the art, handheld computers in a bid to reduce red tape and improve efficiency in the fight against crime.
 


 


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