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The Under the Hammer column – Hartleys Spring Fine Sale

Auctioneers are always dogged by deadlines and Hartleys Spring Fine Sale was no exception with the three days or so after entries were theoretically closed particularly popular this time. So as this item goes to press we can just about write with...

today, 16:19 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

A danger to life and colder than Iceland: How cold will it get and when will the Beast from the East arrive...

The Beast from the East is on its way toward Britain and forecasters are warning the life-threatening temperatures could see Yorkshire colder than Iceland. The Met Office has urged people to take extra special care with the elderly and the young as...

today, 15:21 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Course to prepare for GDPR

Businesses across the district are being invited to a day-long training course to help them prepare for one of the biggest ever shake-ups in the way they handle personal data. The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), a 266-page piece of...

today, 13:54 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Black Sheep unveils new-look centre

Black Sheep Brewery has unveiled a new look to its award-winning visitor centre, following a major refurbishment at the Masham-based brewery. The bar area has been updated with a “craft keg beer wall”, new furniture, and large “bottled light boxes”...

today, 13:54 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Judges’ work begins as awards hopefuls wait to hear good news

The entries are all in and the judging process for the Harrogate Advertiser Business Awards will begin in earnest tomorrow (Friday). Well over 100 nominations were received from companies and individuals across our region, with some categories, such...

today, 13:54 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Business Market to return to Harrogate

The annual Yorkshire Business Market is making its return to Harrogate this spring with a theme dedicated to “Growing and Financing Your Business”. Organisers are confident the event, at Pavilions of Harrogate, on Monday, April 30, will be as...

today, 13:54 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The Transport Talk column with Don Mackenzie

My subject this month is highways maintenance and especially potholes, an issue raised in recent articles and letters published in this newspaper, and elsewhere on social media. It is worth reminding ourselves that the condition of our roads is at its...

today, 11:37 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

New scheme to help boost town trade

A scheme to help Wetherby traders win back trade from online giants will be launched on Saturday. ShopAppy, which has proved successful with 10 other towns, will enable customers to browse online and click and collect from local shops and is being...

today, 10:13 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Wharfedale Cottage, Ulleskelft - £550,000

This newly constructed contemporary home enjoys a convenient rural setting and offers 2,400 square feet of accommodation, featuring an 800 sq ft family kitchen and four double bedrooms, each with en-suite facilities. It blends state-of-the art...

today, 09:41 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tadcaster swimming pools reopen after break-in

Tadcaster Community Pool opened for swimming this week for the first time since a break-in last month. The two pools at the Westgate facility, which also boasts a gym, were open as normal from yesterday morning. A spokesman for the pool said: “All...

today, 01:15 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Park’s bid for Heathrow trade

A delegation from Heathrow Airport has visited the pioneering business park Sherburn2 to launch a nationwide tour of 65 sites in the running to be the offsite construction centres for Heathrow’s expansion. The airport’s Logistics Hubs will help ensure...

yesterday, 16:13 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Lantern festival lights up future

Organisers of Tadcaster’s second Lantern Parade said the celebration of the town will be bigger next year. Hundreds of residents took to the street to carry a vast array of glowing lanterns, big and small, across the Bridge and onto the Riley Smith...

yesterday, 15:40 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tech teams take on Rotary challenge task

A hundred students from nine secondary schools took part in the 18th Annual Rotary Technology Tournament at St Aidan’s High School earlier this month. Working in teams of four in three age categories, pupils were challenged to build a working model...

yesterday, 15:40 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Social Scene: Annual Yorkshire Young Farmers ball

IN PICTURES: Yorkshire Young Farmers Ball 2018 Around 300 Yorkshire Young Farmers from across the county, along with their friends and family, gathered at the Pavilions Of Harrogate to celebrate their successes and achievements over the last year. Ed...

yesterday, 15:40 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

'Distressed' woman rescued from River Nidd in Knaresborough by police and public

A woman in who was found in the River Nidd in a 'distressed state' was rescued by members of the public and police last night in Knaresborough. A member of the public called North Yorkshire Police concerned about a woman in a distressed state by the...

yesterday, 12:57 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
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