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Suspected thieves arrested after car showroom raid
TWO teenagers and a man have been arrested after thieves stole sat-nav systems from vehicles at the Volkswagen showroom, in Grimbald Crag Road, Knaresborough, at 7.30pm on Sunday (September 1). An 18-year-old and a 22-year-old man from Gillingham, Kent, and a 16-year-old youth from Bradford remain in police custody for questioning. Anyone with information should call police on 101.
GARDEN WASTE: The York and North Yorkshire Waste Partnership is offering subsidised 220 and 330-litre bins to encourage people to create their own supply of compost. Bins can be bought from getcomposting.com or by calling 0844-5714444. Compost advisers, North Yorkshire Rotters, will be at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show from September 13, Wild About Wood at Castle Howard on Saturday, September 15.
ALBUM PERFORMANCE: Singer-songwriter Edwina Hayes will perform her latest album, Good Things Happen Over Coffee, at Rural Arts, Thirsk, on Friday, (September 6), from 7.30pm. For tickets costing £10, call 01845-526536 or visit ruralarts.org
COUNTRY GIG: Country duo The Haleys will perform at Thirsk and Sowerby Town Hall, from 7.30pm on Friday (September 6). For tickets costing £6, which include a pie and peas supper, call 01845-522791.
RURAL SHOW: The Kildale Show, featuring Kipperidge Gundog Display, a circus skills performer, Northallerton Silver Band, running races and Castleton Alpacas, will be held at the village hall field, on Saturday (September 7), from 10am. Tickets cost £4 for adults and £1 for children, car parking is free.
ALES ARRAY: A cask beer festival will be held at the Crown and Anchor pub, in Sowerby, Thirsk, from Friday (September 6) to Sunday (September 8).
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