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A G&T is hard to improve upon - but we may have done it with a boozy gin and tonic cake, says Dales distillery owner.
North Yorkshire Police is appealing for witnesses and information about an alleged assault that occurred in Catterick Garrison.
Two new enforcement officers appointed to tackle littering and dog fouling in Craven district.
A film released by Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT) showcases the beauty of new woodlands that have been planted in the fight against climate change thanks to the charity’s Together for Trees campaign, which is supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery
People looking to make the Yorkshire Dales National Park a better place are being invited to apply for a grant from the Sustainable Development Fund (SDF).
The concerts, all at 7.30pm, are at Aysgarth church because the organisers, Carol Haynes and Liz Sowter, believe it is well suited for Covid-safe audiences. All the concerts will be full length with only a brief interval but, due to the pandemic, there will be no refreshments.
The latest easing of the Covid-19 restrictions comes at a time when there is growing concern in other parts of the country regarding the so-called “Indian variant” or "Delta variant" as it is now known.
Resurfacing quietens roads in Settle and Giggleswick for roadside residents
Carers Week 2021 is about making care valued and visible and to remind everybody of the crucial, often behind-the-scenes work of carers in society.
Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT) linked up with United Gas and Power recently to help maintain one of its supporter woodlands.
A Dales based bike club has extended its activities to include night riding thanks to a £800 grant from the district council.
Police arrest 20, 87 welfare visits and £10,000 seized during “county lines” week of action by NIrth Yorkshire Police
Parking passes for NHS staff, health and social care workers and volunteers will no longer be accepted in Craven car parks from June 21 as part of the next step in the Government’s roadmap.
A Christmas raffle has raised much-needed money for mental health charity MIND. Settle United AFC raised £1,500 by running a raffle on the run up to Christmas.
Settle community groups and businesses have come together to create the first ever 'Rainbow Town'
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.