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Craven District Council invites local businesses from Craven and the Yorkshire Dales in the food processing sector to a free round table event at Town End Farm Shop
Yorkshire Dales Children’s Charity The Principle Trust has joined forces with supermarket chain Morrisons in a new initiative designed to reduce food poverty for some of the region’s most disadvantaged families.
Land has been suggested for 600 new homes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, with the details being published as part of a public consultation launched today.
The Chief Executive of Craven District Council, Paul Shevlin, is to leave at the end of the month after 15 years of “tremendous” public service.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is expected to agree a statement on public transport at its next meeting, which will call for a ‘significant increase’ in bus service coverage and frequency as well as improved coordination between bus and rail operators.
A popular photography competition and exhibition celebrating the beauty and character of the Yorkshire Dales landscape is open for entries.
The weather didn’t derail four steam-filled gala days on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust needs your vote to help rescue the last of our iconic wildflower meadows in the Yorkshire Dales.
The 9th Earl of Lonsdale, Will Lowther, has opened a new public right of way in Tebay in the Westmorland Dales part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Craven-based Carers Resource marks Young Carers Action Day with activities to highlight the work these young people do.
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.