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Four Yorkshire country pubs have used cooking oil stolen - as police warn it ruins car engines

A spate of used cooking oil thefts have been reported at country pubs in North Yorkshire. Three pubs in the Craven area of the Dales have been targeted in three days and an inn in the North York Moors earlier this month. Used cooking oil is sought after by thieves because it can be sold as a sort of crude diesel fuel for cars - though it can cause damage to engines.

yorkshirepost.co.uk ,  10 hours ago 3
Four Yorkshire country pubs have used cooking oil stolen - as police warn it ruins car engines

Residents call for clarity over Dales GP services

Residents of are calling for clarity from the NHS over the future of their GP services after being told it was “not at all likely” open access surgeries would ever restart. Parish councils in the Upper Dales are set to meet to discuss concerns over the Central Dales Practice, which has surgeries in Aysgarth and Hawes and serves about 4,250 patients across a 500sq mile area.

richmondshiretoday.co.uk ,  12 hours ago 0
Residents call for clarity over Dales GP services

Students help Skipton launch of new DogsDales Augmented Reality app

A NEW mobile trail app featuring cartoon dogs based on real, Dales people has been launched in Skipton to enthusiastic acclaim. Students from Ermysted’s Grammar School and Skipton Academy helped visitors and residents find their way around the Dogs’ Dales Augmented Reality (AR) app created by Virpi Kettu of award winning Kettu Studios.

cravenherald.co.uk ,  12 hours ago 0
Students help Skipton launch of new DogsDales Augmented Reality app

Balancing visitors and climate change ‘greatest challenge’ facing Dales national park

THE leader of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority says the greatest challenge facing the area will be in balancing the rising number of visitors with their impact on climate change, nature, farming and land management. Neil Heseltine was speaking as it emerged the 2,179sq km area has seen a surge of motorists heading into the park, with more than £300,000 extra income from its car parks last year.

cravenherald.co.uk ,  13 hours ago 0
Balancing visitors and climate change ‘greatest challenge’ facing Dales national park

Get a bird’s eye view of a Dales floodplain

THE sights and sounds of the floodplain at Long Preston are now available for everyone to see thanks to a new virtual tour. With abundant wildlife throughout the year including snipe, redshank, curlew, oystercatchers and lapwing, the floodplain is a habitat for wading bird populations.

cravenherald.co.uk ,  1 day ago 0
Get a bird’s eye view of a Dales floodplain

Mixed veterinary practice in Leyburn enjoys growth

A LEYBURN-BASED veterinary practice established during the pandemic is going from strength to strength. Wensleydale Vets opened in May 2020 after finding premises for their practice at the Metcalfe family’s business base at Washfold Farm, just outside the Dales town. Led by Amy Cockett and Becky Piper, the practice prides itself on its independence and determination to remain a mixed practice offering small animal, farm and equine services.

darlingtonandstocktontimes.co.uk ,  4 days ago 0
Mixed veterinary practice in Leyburn enjoys growth

Top tourism role for Dales holiday park chief

RIVERSIDE Caravan Park owner Thomas Marshall has been elected national chairman of the British Holiday & Home Parks Association which brings together the owners and managers of some 3,000 UK parks in an industry worth some £9.3 billion. Mr Marshall and his family are currently celebrating Riverside's fiftieth year of welcoming holiday guests to Bentham and the wider Yorkshire Dales.

cravenherald.co.uk ,  5 days ago 0
Top tourism role for Dales holiday park chief

Farm of the Week: Former accountant now trains Dales hill farmers in pesticide use

Standing in front of people to deliver training in aspects of farming has recently become as much a part of a North Yorkshire farmer’s life as his sheep. John Bownass of Field Gate Farm in Giggleswick has a flock of 120 Lleyn ewes and a newer flock of what will grow to be 50 Herdwick ewes next year, which he has taken from starting with two ‘Herdies’ in just three years.

yorkshirepost.co.uk ,  5 days ago 0
Farm of the Week: Former accountant now trains Dales hill farmers in pesticide use

Dales holiday parks raise money for hospice charity

Staff and visitors to two Dales holiday parks are fundraising to support St Teresa’s Hospice. Guests to Chantry Country and Leisure Retreat, at West Witton, and Yorkshire Dales Country and Leisure Park, near Leyburn, have already raised around £500 after adopting the hospice as their chosen charity.

richmondshiretoday.co.uk ,  5 days ago 0
Dales holiday parks raise money for hospice charity

Leyburn veterinary practice thrives after pandemic opening

A Leyburn veterinary practice established during the pandemic is going from strength to strength. Wensleydale Vets opened in May 2020 after finding premises for their practice at the Metcalfe business base at Washfold Farm, just outside the Dales town. Owners Amy Cockett and Becky Piper say the practice prides itself on its independence and is determined to remain a mixed practice offering small animal, farm and equine services.

richmondshiretoday.co.uk ,  6 days ago 0
Leyburn veterinary practice thrives after pandemic opening

Dales GP surgeries scotch rumours of closure

Managers of two Dales GP practices have moved to scotch “damaging” rumours the surgeries are closing. The Central Dales Practice has issued a statement after becoming aware of claims that its centres were to shut. The statement said: “We have been made aware of a rumour circulating that Hawes and Aysgarth surgeries are closing.

richmondshiretoday.co.uk ,  6 days ago 0
Dales GP surgeries scotch rumours of closure

Yorkshire Dales village with a tiny population overrun by tourists flocking for its food and drink

It only has a population of a few hundred but it attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year In the heart of the Yorkshire Dales is the small village of Kettlewell. Kettlewell has a population of a few hundred people but it attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.

examinerlive.co.uk ,  6 days ago 3
Yorkshire Dales village with a tiny population overrun by tourists flocking for its food and drink

Emmerdale's Danny Miller opens up about 'on-set panic attacks' and crippling anxiety during time on soap

The former Aaron Dingle actor has spoken out about his darkest point where he would have to pause filming on set due to his crippling anxiety Danny Miller won the hearts of the nation last year with his down to earth attitude, his hidden singing talent and his bromance with campmate David Ginola when he was crowned I'm a Celebrity champion after two weeks in camp at Gwrych Castle.

leeds-live.co.uk ,  7 days ago 12
Emmerdale's Danny Miller opens up about 'on-set panic attacks' and crippling anxiety during time on soap

Folk music returns to Dales pub, 'the Buck' after 40 years

THANKS to a small group of folk musicians in the Dales, live music is returning to the Buck Inn, Buckden. Hawes based leading Dales folk music and dance historian Bob Ellis said:“In the mid-20th century, Jackie Beresford, a well-known accordionist from Buckden, hosted traditional music sessions of songs and tunes at the Buck Inn.

cravenherald.co.uk ,  7 days ago 0
Folk music returns to Dales pub, 'the Buck' after 40 years

Cafe kiosk at remote Dales farm near Ingleborough given consent to open despite concerns over litter

A plan to open an food and drinks outlet beside the path to the summit of the second highest peak in the Yorkshire Dales has been approved despite concerns being raised over its customers dropping litter. Minutes after approving the proposal to open a kiosk at Crina Bottom, a remote farmstead beside the track leading to ’s summit, the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority issued a press release dismissing comments made in an objection by Ingleton Parish Council, saying the plan was “absolutely not about opening a café half-way up Ingleborough”.

yorkshirepost.co.uk ,  8 days ago 0
Cafe kiosk at remote Dales farm near Ingleborough given consent to open despite concerns over litter

Give your views on new strategy to reduce flood risk

people who live and work in North Yorkshire are being invited to have their say on a new strategy to help the county prepare better to deal with the risk of flooding. In recent years, North Yorkshire has experienced a number of storms that have had a significant impact on homes, businesses and roads.

gazetteherald.co.uk ,  8 days ago 0
Give your views on new strategy to reduce flood risk

Emmerdale's Adam Thomas addresses rumours he is joining Strictly Come Dancing

The former Adam Barton star has spoken out amid rumours he would be joining the hit show when it returns in the autumn Former Emmerdale star Adam Thomas has addressed rumours that he will be joining hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing when it returns this Autumn. It comes after it was reported that the 33-year-old actor, who left the Dales in early 2018, was set to be the first celebrity dancer to sign up to take part in the competition.

leeds-live.co.uk ,  8 days ago 1
Emmerdale's Adam Thomas addresses rumours he is joining Strictly Come Dancing

North Yorkshire residents invited to give their views on new strategy to reduce flood risk

People who live and work in North Yorkshire are being invited to have their say on a new strategy to help the county prepare better to deal with the risk of flooding. In recent years, North Yorkshire has experienced a number of storms that have had a significant impact on homes, businesses and roads.

whitbygazette.co.uk ,  8 days ago 0
North Yorkshire residents invited to give their views on new strategy to reduce flood risk

Emmerdale’s Jeff Hordley takes brutal swipe at Cain Dingle – revealing big change to character after returning to soap

JEFF Hordley took a massive swipe at his on-screen alter ego Cain Dingle on This Morning. The Emmerdale actor opened up to Rochelle Humes and Phillip Schofield about his first few years in the Dales and admitted he thought the character was "two dimensional". In 2006, after spending six years in the Yorkshire-based soap, Jeff Hordley announced he would be leaving the eponymous village to pursue other projects.

thesun.co.uk ,  8 days ago 0
Emmerdale’s Jeff Hordley takes brutal swipe at Cain Dingle – revealing big change to character after returning to soap