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The Office for National Statistics is working to deliver a successful census in 2021, which will help local services to fully meet future needs.
The Public Choice Awards are a chance to recognise the extraordinary work that emergency services, their volunteers and staff provide for our communities, keeping us safe day-after-day in the Dales.
Cultura Trust has received a £2,500 grant from the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority Sustainable Development Fund to support its historic Gayle Mill, a nationally significant asset in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Engineers are installing solar panels, air source heat pumps and LED lighting in Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority buildings, while electric vehicle charging points have gone in at all ten of the Authority’s public car parks.
The pandemic may have limited face to face contact throughout the Yorkshire Dales and surrounding areas but that hasn’t stopped Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust’s People and the DALES (Diversity, Access, Learning, Environment, Sustainability) project making a difference to people from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds.
Cogden South bridge, on the C106 near Grinton Moor, was one of two bridges destroyed by catastrophic flooding in 2019. Cogden North bridge, on the B6270 Richmond to Grinton road, reopened in November.
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A new exhibition by local photographer John Bentley at the Gallery on the Green in Settle, the former telephone box, believed to be the world’s smallest art gallery. The photographs in the new exhibition document the sheep farming year in the uplands of Yorkshire and Cumbria. Organisers are inviting local people to call in as part of their one visit out of the house for exercise purposes with the exhibition running until March 12th.at Gallery on the Green
The Courtyard Dairy in Austwick has a job available for a part-time general assistant to work 2-3 days per week. The job is physical and involves packing mail order boxes, with the opportunity to progress to cheese mongering and other roles. On the job training is given, including visits to cheese makers and cheese-training sessions - so a love of food and cheese is essential. The hours are 7.30 to 4.30, Mon to Thu. Find out more – pop in or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Online
With Covid restrictions being lifted in the coming weeks and months it’s good news for many events like the Skipton horse trials as it looks as though they could happen this coming in July and August at Funkirk Farm in Carleton. The farm is waiting for the protocols to come out about spectators being able to attend, so until then they are getting things ready - as they are looking for volunteers for the event. If you’re interested then contact: email@example.com Online
Sgt Paul Evans from North Yorkshire Police
Group Hug with Jonathan Greenwood
Shooting Season - The New Crime Novel By David J Gatward
John Dawson - Bentham Farmer
Mike Horsfield - Spennithorne & Harmby Cricket Club
6: Accrington Stanley | Things You Do To Get On Sky Sports
6:00pm - 1:00am
The biggest party tunes for your Saturday night in.
1:00am - 8:00am
Enjoy the Dales Dark Skies with Music and news through the night. Things are looking up.
8:00am - 12:00pm
Easy Sunday - The best way to wake up on a Sunday morning. Ease your way into Sunday with Nick. He starts his show with 2 hours of relaxing songs to ease you into the day. After 10 he’ll have a look at the TV highlights for the week with the TV Trio, ‘get your brain cells working’ with the Sunday Survey, plus let you know what’s happening with the Dales Diary
12:00pm - 5:00pm
Soul classics and Northern Soul favourites old and new.
5:00pm - 7:00pm
7:00pm - 10:00pm