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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 10 September 2010

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

‘Park Protector Award’ for the Yorkshire Dales

Friday 10 September
‘Park Protector Award’ will celebrate projects and individuals that are committed to safeguarding the Yorkshire Dales.

Turn old cooking oil into green electricity

Friday 10 September
A RECYCLING scheme to turn used cooking oil into green electricity is being introduced at four household waste recycling centres in North Yorkshire.

New National Park bridge open for business

Thursday 09 September
A BRIDGE built by dry stone wallers in the Yorkshire Dales National Park is now open for business.

Public views sought on water needs

Thursday 09 September
THE Coalition Government announced today (September 9) a major new enquiry into the future of England’s water supply industry – and will ask members of the public for ideas on how it can be made better.

Opportunity for Dales lover

Wednesday 08 September
A UNIQUE opportunity for an individual with a passion for the Yorkshire Dales is becoming available with the retirement of the current Administrator of the Yorkshire Dales Society, Anne Webster.

Horse disease reported in the North

Wednesday 08 September
A HORSE with a deadly disease has been put down by Government vets in Northumberland shortly after being imported from Holland, Defra reported yesterday.

250 new woods in ten years

Tuesday 07 September
IT IS now ten years since the launch of a Millennium drive to help Britain regain its once heavily forested status – and as a result, the Woodland Trust is celebrating the planting of no less than 250 new woods.

National Park welcomes the Way of the Roses

Tuesday 07 September
CYCLISTS visiting the Yorkshire Dales National Park will be able to try out a new route from this weekend (Sep 11).

Act now for quarry village grants

Monday 06 September
YORKSHIRE Dales communities affected by quarrying are being urged to act quickly to obtain grants available to help mitigate the noise and traffic created by one of the area’s key industries.

“vintage year” for archaeology, says English Heritage

Monday 06 September
THE presence of long past civilisations is being uncovered in amazing detail thanks to the exceptionally dry early summer weather.


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