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The Nidderdale Voices column with Kathryn O’Connor

The Nidderdale Voices column with Kathryn O’Connor

This week it’s the turn of TV producer Kathryn O’Connor to face the probing questions in the latest instalment of Nidderdale Voices. 
Here how she got on. Tell us a bit about yourself. I grew up in Middlesmoor, my dad moved the family up there from...

today, 17:55 in Art & Culture
 

WIN: Family tickets to The Magical Lantern Festival in Roundhay Park Leeds

Let it glow, let it glow, let it glow! Families dreaming of a bright Christmas have got an early present with the return of The Magical Lantern Festival at Roundhay Park in Leeds, Wednesdays to Sundays, until January 1, 2018. It is now open from 5pm...

today, 17:35 in Art & Culture
 

Did you see Harrogate on Channel 5 last night? Here's what you made of it...

The first part of the Channel 5 series about Harrogate’s Christmas celebrations aired last night, and for those of us tuning in, we all had the same question on our lips as we settled down with a cuppa - how would our town come across on national...

today, 16:55 in Art & Culture
 
Fears Harrogate relief road vote will be ignored

Fears Harrogate relief road vote will be ignored

Fears are growing that North Yorkshire County Council may stick with the option of a new inner relief road in the Nidd Gorge area in a clash between Northallerton and Harrogate over possible anti-traffic congestion plans. Concerned residents and...

today, 16:20 in Art & Culture
 
Donation adds up for school

Donation adds up for school

Staff and children at Grewelthorpe C of E Primary School had an early Christmas present following a donation from a local business towards much needed IT equipment. With their existing laptops at the end of their life, the school had previously...

today, 15:06 in Art & Culture
 
Primary school league tables 2017: Yorkshire is worst performing region

Primary school league tables 2017: Yorkshire is worst performing region

Yorkshire is the worst performing region in the country for pupils failing to meet the expected standard by the end of primary school, according to new league tables. In some parts of the county, including Doncaster and Leeds, only just over half of...

today, 14:55 in Art & Culture
 
Calls to find new use for rare cabmen's shelter in Ripon ahead of its restoration

Calls to find new use for rare cabmen's shelter in Ripon ahead of its restoration

Only a few of them are left in the country, but Ripon’s cabmen’s shelter still stands on the Market Square after more than a century to remind us of the city's heritage, and now there are plans for its restoration. Ripon City Council has appointed a...

today, 14:28 in Art & Culture
 
The Holy Living column with Peter Dodson

The Holy Living column with Peter Dodson

The Holy Bible contains a section of text headed “Forgiveness” (see Matthew 18.21- 35 NRSV). Saint Peter came to Jesus and said to him, “Lord, if another member of the church sins against me, how often should I forgive? As many as seven times?” Jesus...

today, 14:28 in Art & Culture
 
Remembering loved ones this Christmas with Saint Michael's Hospice

Remembering loved ones this Christmas with Saint Michael's Hospice

The second of Saint Michael’s special Christmas remembrance events takes place on Sunday, December 17 in the grounds of the charity’s Hornbeam Park-based hospice. Since Harrogate’s first Light up a Life event was held almost 20 years ago on Sunday,...

today, 14:07 in Art & Culture
 
Will you join our campaign to help the homeless in Harrogate this winter?

Will you join our campaign to help the homeless in Harrogate this winter?

Temperatures are dropping, snow has been settling and it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas but this season there are still people that will have no place to escape the cold and face sleeping on the streets. This week, The Harrogate Advertiser...

today, 13:13 in Art & Culture
 
The Week in the Life column with Keith Tordoff

The Week in the Life column with Keith Tordoff

Never a dull moment. That’s certainly the case in Pateley Bridge. Pateley Bridge so often these days is at the centre of attention. Last Friday, I was to have the plaque which Pateley Bridge had won in the Great British High Street Awards officially...

today, 13:05 in Art & Culture
 
Harrogate Inspector 'disappointed' at drink-drive campaign results

Harrogate Inspector 'disappointed' at drink-drive campaign results

Nearly 50 drink and drug drivers have been arrested in two weeks as North Yorkshire Police launched Operation Attention, their annual campaign to target drink-drivers. But the results have prompted Harrogate Police Acting Inspector, Paul Cording, to...

today, 12:42 in Art & Culture
 

North Yorkshire Police's highly trained drivers share winter driving tips after crashes

Police in North Yorkshire have been called to a series of weather-related crashes this morning. Officers responded to half a dozen reports of crashes that involved ice and snow before many people had even started work. Weather-related reports received...

today, 12:42 in Art & Culture
 
Three men from Iran arrested after one seen jumping from lorry on A1(M)

Three men from Iran arrested after one seen jumping from lorry on A1(M)

Three men have been arrested near the Wetherby services after a man was seen getting off the back of a lorry on the A1(M). Harrogate Traffic Constable David Minto and Acting Inpsector, Paul Cording, were called to the scene on Tuesday (December 12)....

today, 11:34 in Art & Culture
 
Stunning Harrogate voted one of UK's top restaurant cities

Stunning Harrogate voted one of UK's top restaurant cities

Harrogate has scored amazingly highly against bigger cities in a UK-wide poll of diners. Harden’s 100 Best Restaurants ranking, which was published independently of The Sunday Times for the first time, showed Harrogate has the UK's 12th largest number...

today, 11:15 in Art & Culture
 
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