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Richmondshire residents are invited to hear how they can combat the cost-of-living crisis through simple tips and by utilising the support of community organisations at an event in Wensleydale this Friday.
Stylists from an award-winning hairdressing group have completed a 100-kilometre challenge, raising over £6,000 for a Yorkshire children’s charity.
Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT) are developing a network of climate change champions in the Dales thanks to funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK.
Parents’ appeals for a safe and off-road recreational route through Upper Wensleydale have been heard, the Chair of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority has said today.
Airedale hospital worker, Zoe Smith, to run the Leeds & Liverpool Canal 130-mile race for Airedale Hospital and Community Charity
A helicopter has crashed in a field this lunchtime near Bentham Road, Burton in Lonsdale.
‘Regenerative farming’ has received a boost in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, owing to a new grants programme which has completed its first year of operation.
Travelling on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway’s Saturday evening Fish and Chip special, the ‘Haworth Haddock’, has always been a great night out for passengers.
A survey suggests there is strong public support for developing a multi-user route along a scenic six-mile stretch of former railway in Upper Wensleydale.
North Yorkshire Police’s Licensing Team is holding roadshows across the force area as part of a national effort to highlight alcohol safety and health issues. The Community Alcohol Partnership’s (CAP) ‘Alcohol Awareness Week’ also coincides with Safeguarding Week.
Information to help families spot the signs of child exploitation and seek help will be available online during a national safeguarding week which starts today. An extensive array of safeguarding experts will be running free online sessions, seminars and events in Yorkshire.
Carers from across Craven enjoyed a number of events to mark Carers Week, from June 6-12. The charity Carers’ Resource, which has a base in Skipton, held a range of activities aimed at supporting unpaid carers and raising awareness of what they do.
A sophisticated machine that can repair potholes and other road damage in a matter of minutes is being evaluated by North Yorkshire’s highways engineers.
A pedigree Highland cattle breeder has said new funding programmes are providing the ‘manpower’ to make long-desired improvements for wildlife on her farm in lower Swaledale.
The Dales Countryside Museum has published six new Voices From The Dales podcasts starring people from the mountainous heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, as part of the ‘Wild Ingleborough’ nature recovery project.
The Skipton Choir is getting ready for two summer performances.
The team at Bentham Golf Course, the picturesque club with panoramic views of the Yorkshire Dales and the Lakeland hills, is marking 2022 as a milestone year, as it reaches its centenary
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.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is urging visitors to keep social distancing if they visit the Dales this weekend and they've created a great poster to remind people how far apart they should be.