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Bedale News

Brewery looks to English hops to support the home side at the Rugby World Cup

COMEDIAN: Nick Helm will be appearing at the Chantry Hall in Bedale

Top comedy line up for church hall

GREEN: Map of areas the Town Council believes should be protected

Green spaces which should be protected

CLOSE: HSBC is pulling out of Bedale

HSBC to close Bedale branch, leaving town with just one part-time bank

TEXTILES: Some of the work which will be on show

Snape stitchers show off their work

HEADLINE SHOW: The Selecter, who released a new album in June

Four-day Great Northern Mod and Ska Festival approaches sell-out

On the road - church takes advice into the Dales

HOORAY: Students Harry Pennock, Joseph Hall, Daniel Peirson, Philip Smith, Robyn Chilton, Annaleigh Smith, Hannah Neale, Aisha Najafi and Hannah Bowe celebrate their results.

Bedale students excel in their GCSEs

CHAIN GANG: Coast to coast riders Sgt Brian Tumilty and Sgt Jason Wilkinson, with ride support volunteer Cpl Danny Trevartthen

RAF personnel fly across coast to coast route for charity

MISSED: Joseph Michael Allan, who died in a car accident on the A1(M) last weekend

Man killed in A1(M) car smash was 25-year-old from Bedale

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CHALLENGE: Wensleydale Railway Association with a previous coin challenge

Railway group's silver coin challenge

SOAP: Emmerdale's Matthew Wolfenden, who plays David Metcalfe. Pic: Paul Fowlie

Soap stars help raise £8,000 for disabled children in North Yorkshire charity cricket match

READY: (L to R) Sergeant Brian Tumilty, Sgt Jason Wilkinson, and Corporal Danny Meek in front of a Hawk jet at RAF Leeming.

Airmen turn to pedal power

LIFELINE: A charity is being set up to continue the meals on wheels service formerly provided by the Dales Care day centre

Volunteer pledges to continue recently axed meals on wheels service

EXCELLENT: Bedale district councillors Carl Les, John Noone and Mike Barningham with leisure centre staff Alison Readman, Fiona Wilson, Steve Abbott and Heather Tipping.

Leisure centre one of the best in the country

CENTRE: Struggling to survive.

Struggling care centre axes meals-on-wheels as it fights to survive

The sheep in the back of the Peugeot 206. Picture: @NYorksRPG

Two bald tyres and a sheep in the back seat: Police stop driver after trip to McDonald's

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JUNCTION: Brian Hall at five lanes end

New statistics reveal more traffic at "danger" crossroads

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SKILLS: Members of the Heritage Craft Alliance will be demonstrating the kinds of training they have on offer at the skills festival

Historic skills will be on show at new festival

Accident causes delay on A1 in North Yorkshire

A1 crash causes major congestion but injuries minor

A1 crash

A1 crash

SITE DEATH: Conley Thompson, seven, from Barnsley

Youngster's tragic death highlighted as children get advice on construction site dangers

PERFORMING: Skinny Living at the Chantry Hall

First gig at Bedale's Chantry Hall

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Cllr Arthur Barker

Fears that new development could be a "stalking horse"

Out of the devastation of the Tsunami hope came for the future

Children of the Tsunami graduate thanks to generosity of North Yorkshire fundraisers

Gateway: Plans for the new bypass car park

Brakes off new car park to preserve town

HONOUR: Cooper Jonathan Manby (third from left) after being invested into the livery by Ian Frood, Master of the Worshipful Company of Coopers.

Honour for last brewery cooper

Choir: Aysgarth School perform at Chatsworth House

Boys' choir performs at stately home

Charity calls for a nationwide taskforce to tackle online sexual abuse of children

Festival: Buster Bloodvessel is lead singer with Bad Manners

Unprecedented ticket demand for Great Northern Mod and Ska Festival at Thorp Perrow

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LONG SERVICE: RAF Leeming personnel gather to honour driver Brian Gordon on his retirement

Retiring RAF base driver honoured for long service

SWAMPED: Pauline Wright with two of the Persian cats which need a new home.Picture: Richard Doughty Photography.

Cat rescue centre appeals for help

FESTIVAL: Organises and butchers at last year's sausage competition at Camp Hill Estate near Bedale. From left; butcher and organiser Andrew Keeble, Camp Hill Estate manager Jo Ropner and butcher and organiser Mark Cockburn

Beer and sausage festival returns

CARAVAN: Charlie at the North Yorkshire County Show.

Volunteers take to the road

FLASHBACK: When the first sod was cut to make the start of work.

Delays ahead for bypass project

Wensleydale Railway general manager Nigel Park

Wensleydale Railway calls for help to keep it on track

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DAUBED: Bedale Hall

Extra police patrols fail to stop violence and damage on school's last day

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SAILING: Robert Burrill by his new ship.

Dream job for new sailor

BAMfest: Blackbeard's Tea Party performing

BAMfest music event hits the right note

Cheers...Karl and Cathy Mason try out their new Yorkshire Tea Gin. Picture: Richard Doughty

Everything stops for tea and gin

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ROAD ACCIDENT: Police are appealing for witnesses after a driver was seriously injured on the A1(M)

Driver seriously injured after A1(M) central reservation crash

SPEEDY: Four-year-old Macie Thirling of Northallerton struggles to see over the steering wheel of a Formula One Ferrari.

Formula One comes to the Great North Road

BEHAVIOUR: Pierre the llama at Big Sheep Little Cow

Children's farm deals with unruly animals ahead of music festival crowds' arrival

TROUBLE: Sheep grazing in the graveyard of St Michael's Church in Well. Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Grieving relatives hit out after sheep allowed into churchyard to damage flowers and graves

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FESTIVAL: A concert from last year's BAMfest

Market town gearing up for third annual music festival

'Barn that Rocks' event for hospice

DIGGING: Archaeologists at work on the villa site.

Roman find declared of "national importance"

HELP: Cara Morris is cycling 150 miles to help children in India

Bike ride to raise funds for children in India

COURT: Ian Lancaster appeared at Northallerton Magistrates' Court

Slaughterhouse owner banned from keeping livestock or managing a food business for 20 years

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