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VANDALS damaged dozens of cars in a rampage that stretched across a city. North Yorkshire Police said at least 29 vehicles between Aismunderby and Clotherholme roads had their tyres slashed and their bodywork scratched on Saturday, March 8, in the evening. Anyone with information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 5551111.
4:00pm Tuesday 11th March 2014
Upper Dales Family History Group will enjoy a flavour of the past at their next meeting at 2pm on Wednesday, March 26 at Fremington Sunday School, near Reeth. The speaker will be Jane Sammells from Curriculum Kitchens, who will present Tudor Housewife c1560-1580, a costumed food history demonstration and tasting session. Non-members are welcome at £2 each. Contact 01748-850423 for moreinformation.
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A UNIVERSITY of York academic has been appointed to the board of the national body responsible for health and social care data collection, analysis and dissemination in England. Professor Maria Goddard has become a non-executive director of the Board of the Health and Social Care Information Centre.
11:53am Tuesday 11th March 2014
Dr Arthur Faulkner will speak on Susannah Wesley – Mother of Methodism, at a meeting of Ripon Cathedral Friends on Sunday (March 16), at 3pm, at Thorpe Prebend House, High Saint Agnesgate. Entry costs £4.
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Chance to quiz leader and managing director of Richmondshire District Council at parish council meeting
11:58am Monday 10th March 2014
THE leader of Richmondshire District Council, John Blackie, and the council’s managing director, Tony Clark, will attend the next meeting of Croft Parish Council to discuss any issues residents may have.
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Richmond’s Ladies Luncheon Club will feature guest speaker Peter Naylor, who will give a talk on the women’s land army at 12.30pm in the King’s Head Hotel, Richmond, on March 12. For further details call 01748-811372.
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Information on danger of unearthing anthrax to be passed to Environment Agency as flood defence approved
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York confectionery attraction and museum, the Chocolate Story on King’s Square, is offering free entry to mums on Mothering Sunday, March 30. Free entry will be provided to all mothers when accompanied by their son or daughter. Available on walk-up tickets only.
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Tickets are still available for a concert by folk performers Pete Abbott and Gregor Borland, supported by Kim Ralls, in West Witton village hall, near Leyburn, on March 8. Tickets cost £12 in advance from Grant Humphreys on 01969-622108 or £14 on the night. The hall and bar open at 7pm and the concert starts a 8pm.
3:36pm Tuesday 4th March 2014
Ainderby Steeple Primary School is hosting a Boden clothes party on Thursday March 13 to raise funds for computer equipment. The Friends of Ainderby Steeple School have organised the event they say it’s a brilliant opportunity to see, feel and try before you buy from the new spring, summer range. The school gets a percentage of all orders placed and there is a 20 per cent discount for customers plus free gifts from the clothes company.There will also be a raffle of a £50 Boden voucher and refreshments. The event is between 3.30pm and 9pm for more information contact Fiona on 07851 385888 .
12:51pm Tuesday 4th March 2014
British Transport Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a fight on the 7.48pm Scarborough to York train on Thursday, February 20. The three men involved have been identified but officers want to trace those who saw the fight take place. Contact British Transport Police on 0800 405040 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
12:29pm Tuesday 4th March 2014
COUNCILLOR Mick Stanley has been chosen to serve as Mayor of Ripon for the third time in the last four years. The mayor-making ceremony will held held in the town (corr) hall on Tuesday, May 6, which will be followed by a service in the cathedral on May 11, when Coun Stanley will be officially installed in the role. He said both he and his wife, Gill, were looking forward to representing the city again.
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