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Will Pateley be crowned Great British High Street winners?

The wait is nearly over. Less than 24 hours from now Pateley Bridge will find out if it has won the Great British High Street competition. It seems everyone across the Dale has been supporting the town’s incredibly impressive bid and the Harrogate Advert

yesterday, 16:25 in Art & Culture

This year's Harrogate panto: finest, funniest and most fabulous

Dick Whittington at Harrogate Theatre reviewed by Katie Oxtoby and family It’s panto time again and Harrogate Theatre has once more produced a superb show that’s as spectacular as it is silly. Dick Whittington may not have much of a story to it – the onl

yesterday, 16:00 in Art & Culture

Pannal residents sent survey over proposed Gypsy and Traveller site

Residents in Pannal have been sent a survey by their parish council, seeking their views on a proposed Gypsy and Traveller site in the area. The proposed site has been included in Harrogate Borough Council’s Draft Local Plan and has already sparked conce

yesterday, 15:22 in Art & Culture

What we want to do with The Stray: by Harrogate Borough Council

Harrogate Borough Council is stepping up its efforts to reassure anxious residents over its controversial proposals for the future of the Stray. After an outpouring of interest on the issue from Harrogate Advertiser readers, the council’s deputy leader C

yesterday, 14:47 in Art & Culture

Ban on junk food ads targeted at children

Ads for junk food and drink targeted at children are to be banned from the internet in a bid to combat the obesity epidemic. Ads for foods high in sugar, fat and salt will be banned from all media aimed at children and content with at least a quarter of

yesterday, 12:42 in Art & Culture

Should drivers give way to cyclists when turning left?

Fresh calls have been made for changes to the Highway Code which could improve the safety for cyclists at road junctions. Former cycling champion Chris Boardman is leading the appeal for changes to road users turning at junctions. The Olympic gold medall

yesterday, 12:04 in Art & Culture

Coming together to share happy memories at Harrogate’s Light up a Life service

Margaret Booker, 89, from Harrogate, has made a Light up a Life dedication every year for six years to remember her husband Ken. For Margaret, the Crimple House event is particularly special, as the location is steeped in history for her and her family.

yesterday, 11:31 in Art & Culture

Police warning to Harrogate cyclists after huge spike in cycle thefts this year

Harrogate cyclists have been warned to take greater protection of their bikes following a 98 per cent increase in cycle thefts this year. Figures presented by the Safer Harrogate District Community Safety Group showed that cycle theft had risen from 65 i

Thursday, 19:22 in Art & Culture

Gin Festival gets set to stir up Harrogate

More than 100 gins, top craft distillers and a whole world of ginformation is coming Harrogate’s way this weekend when the Gin Festival comes to town. Visiting cities and towns across the UK, Gin Festival has previously brought tens of thousands of gin e

Thursday, 17:01 in Art & Culture

Indie restaurants prove the perfect place for Christmas in Harrogate

Preparations for Christmas are already in full swing around Harrogate and the town's fantastic independents have been enjoying the busy festive period. Following on from the Advertiser’s successful ‘Love our Indies’ campaign, this Christmas we’re highlig

Thursday, 16:52 in Art & Culture

Harrogate single mum author comes up trumps with new book

A Harrogate single mum inspired by Beatrix Potter is to have her debut children's book published in the USA - and she's hoping its new President doesn't take offence. With a title like Sir Trump-a-Lot, it's expected fledgling author J. Knight Conry will

Thursday, 16:26 in Art & Culture

Police stress Operation Yeehaw sends "clear message" to Harrogate street drinkers

North Yorkshire Police have said its new operation to tackle Harrogate’s street drinkers sends a clear message that their behaviour will not be tolerated. Police launched “Operation Yeehaw” in November to combat the re-emergence of the town’s street drin

Thursday, 16:18 in Art & Culture

Weekly list of planning applications for the Harrogate District

Planning applications received by Harrogate Borough Council, week ending December 2. Harrogate Erection of first floor extension over existing garage and utility and alterations to fenestrations at 4 Hall Lane, Harrogate for J Tipling. Erection of two fr

Thursday, 14:42 in Art & Culture

Royal Navy sports success for local man

A man from Ripon scooped one of the top accolades at the Royal Navy’s 2016 Sports Awards. The NATO Cup for the Sportsman of the Year was won by triathlete Corporal Rich Ebbage. Corporal Ebbage, 25, who hails from Ripon, enjoyed an outstanding year as the

Thursday, 14:07 in Art & Culture

Warning over speeding ticket email scam

Action Fraud have received thousands of reports about the emails, which have been sent by cyber criminals to victims . Action Fraud has issued a warning over fake emails purporting to be from Greater Manchester Police (GMP) which claim you were caught sp

Thursday, 13:55 in Art & Culture

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