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So why did they turn the exceptional offer down and where are they now? A small rurally-based North Yorkshire business which was offered £40,000 by a Dragons’ Den panelist has seen record growth despite saying no to the offer.
An astrophysicist turned Zen teacher is bringing his star bathing experience to this February’s Dark Skies Festival, one of several new events enabling visitors to pause the button on everyday life and let the night sky soothe the soul.
Richmondshire District Council is helping businesses start 2022 with a free range of support. Two programmes are being launched this month to help them recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic – as well as plan for the future, adapt to change and thrive.
North Yorkshire Police is issuing an urgent warning after three reports in 24 hours of this well known fake police officer telephone scam.
Three trial bikes were stolen from Lothersdale during the early hours of Saturday, 15 January and police are asking for your help to find those responsible.
Police patrols around Craven’s waterways have been boosted after several boats were broken into. Officers in the Skipton area will be stepping up day and night time patrols along the towpaths and other areas surrounding the canal.
Local people are being invited to have their say about a draft Conservation Area appraisal drawn up to identify and assess the special interest of the village of Askrigg in Wensleydale.
EXTRA funding has been invested into schemes, such as one in Hawes, to help local people meet essential living costs this winter.
Here are details of the stage by stage roadmap released by the Government.
Three children’s groups are to benefit from a book celebrating the 400-plus hand-painted stones created by children and young people in Settle and Giggleswick during the coronavirus lockdown.
The new exhibition at Gallery on the Green in Settle, which opens on 13 April and runs until 14 June, feature paintings of bothies - or mountain huts - by Horton-based artist Alex Pilkington. Appropriately enough for works featuring stone buildings, all the pieces in the exhibition have been painted on pebbles
Following on from The Miners Wife which was described as 'An enthralling tale packed with emotion, drama and the harsh realities of life in 19th century northern England' Here's the latest novel by this award nominated author
A new book which delves into the wealth of wildlife in St Alkelda’s churchyard in Giggleswick is now available from Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust.
A fully revised edition of David Johnson’s classic homage to Ingleborough is now on sale from Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust.