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The business improvement district, set up in 2009, has returned a majority of 76% in number of votes and 66% of the rateable value of business premises which took part in the vote.
The popular slipper social events in North Yorkshire’s libraries are back this month with a chance to pick up free slippers in Ingleton.
It is 400 years since the first collection of William Shakespeare’s early works was published, and Dales folk have the chance to see one of only four on display worldwide.
A portrait of Ingleborough revisited is the title of a new exhibition at the Gallery on the Green in Settle
Rail engineers are making good progress to recover a derailed freight train near Carlisle so major repairs can take place to get the railway reopened for passengers as soon as possible.
Slips, trips and falls by older people can affect their ability to live independently, so North Yorkshire library service is working with North Yorkshire Sport and other partners to host “slipper socials” to tackle this issue.
The summer season on the weekend DalesBus network has come to an end for 2022, as the clocks go back this weekend.
Organisers of the Wharfedale Beer and Music Festival, hope to top the £60,000 barrier in monies raised for worthy causes ahead of this year’s sixth annual event.