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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 27 August 2010

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

Heritage sites across the Nidderdale AONB open their doors

Friday 27 August
HERITAGE Sites across the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) will be opening their doors to visitors between the 9th and 12th September.

New fruit and veg task force

Friday 27 August
MARKET gardeners and fruit growers have joined with Defra advisers to set up a task force to see how Britain can produce more and better fruit and veg at a time when world food shortages are growing.

New artist on display at Yoredale

Thursday 26 August
PROFESSIONAL landscape photographer Ged Hickey will be putting some of his work on show next week in the Bainbridge offices of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (YDNPA).

CPRE welcomes de-cluttered countryside

Thursday 26 August
THE Coalition Government’s decision to “de-clutter” the countryside by ordering local councils to remove unnecessary road signs was welcomed today (August 26) by the Campaign to Protect Rural England.

A delayed autumn?

Wednesday 25 August
PUBLIC observations suggest seasonal delay on the cards.

Cut waste, save money

Wednesday 25 August
YORKSHIRE businesses are being offered advice on how to cut waste and save money by cutting raw materials costs, refuse collection charges and the use of increasingly threatened water supplies.

Bank Holiday adventure in the National Park

Tuesday 24 August
A FREE taste of adventure sports will be on offer for young people visiting the Yorkshire Dales National Park next week.

Flora locale heathland and conservation grazing workshop at Ingleborough

Tuesday 24 August
THE workshop will look at an innovative approach for grazing high environmental value land which takes account of the positive contribution grazing animals can make to climate change mitigation.

Campaign to save grey partridge

Monday 23 August
FARMERS and landowners in Northern England are being asked to join a campaign to save one of the countryside’s most threatened birds, the grey partridge.

Wildlife crusaders enter the bat cave

Monday 23 August
BATS will be stirred from their slumber to help conservationists keep tabs on their welfare.


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