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Catterick

Project-U: L-R, back row, Scott McCullough, 18,,Kieran Alexander, 17, Bethany Morris, 17, John Qoroya, 15, Monica Graginsky, 16, front row, Capt Francis O’Connor, Michael Bishop, 16, Liam Banks, 15, Nathan McCormack, 15, Callum Marshall, 17, Cian Walker

Students say special course helps transform lives.

Military police mark withdrawal of Germany

WELLBEING: Precious Charuma is team leader of Hidden Wounds at Phoenix House

Charity offering help to veterans with hidden wounds

TANNED: James white with his Mr UK award

Teenager scoops major bodybuilding title

ENEMY: A Russian-made BMP-1 tank, similar to the one used by soldiers training at Catterick Garrison.

North-East soldiers train with 'enemy' Russian tanks as tensions grow between Moscow and West

NEW BASE: Soldiers from the 1st Regiment Royal Military Police raise its flag at Gaza Barracks, Catterick Garrison

Redcaps raise flag at new HQ after 750-mile march

MEMORIES: The Rev Lindsay Southern outside St Annes Church, Catterick Village, which is celebrating it's 600th anniversary.Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Vicars appeal for pictures and memories ahead of church's 600th anniversary

INCIDENT: A woman needed hospital treatment after being knocked over by staff member.

Woman injured in supermarket basket collision

Gurkhas sign up for race to help Nepal earthquake victims

Gurkhas sign up for race to help Nepal earthquake victims

MEMORIAL: A special service at St Gregory's Chuch in Bedale to mark the 200th anniversary of Waterloo.  Attended by members of the 4/73 (Sphinx) Special Observation Post Battery 5th Regiment Royal Artillery, veterans, Rev Ian Robinson and members of the p

Regiment which helped defeat Napoleon at Waterloo remembers its soldiers

Firefighters dealing with house blaze in Colburn

Colburn house badly damaged by fire

PROUD: Some of those taking part in the Help for Heroes Hero Ride from Edinburgh to London set off from Phoenix House, Catterick Garrison on the next stretch of the journey cheered on by local school children. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Hero Riders set off from Phoenix House in Help for Heroes event

CHALLENGE: David Racey

Cycling major takes on challenge to help the blind

OPENING EVENT: Lord Lieutenant Barry Dodd amd Jed Lester, chairman of North Star Housing Group, at new housing scheme at Scotton Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

New homes development opened by North Yorkshire Lord Lieutenant

ARCHER: David Hubber prepares for the Warrior Games

Wounded veterans from Phoenix House to compete in Warrior Games

GRAVES: The war graves plot at Hipswell churchyard

Research group searching for relatives of Catterick colonel

DONATION: Dog lovers who attend dog training classes run by Heather Stevens raised £525 for Hounds for Heroes.

Dog lovers turn heroes

JAILED: Daniel Boatwright

Drugs importer who led police on 130mph chase is jailed for five-and-a-half years

FUNDRAISERS: A Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team organised charity climbing event at Vimy Barracks, Catterick Garrison.  Cpl Basanta Thamsuhang, Lt Col James Ramsay, North Yorkshire Police deputy chief constable Tim Madgwick and Duane Fletcher of Swaledale M

Mountain rescue team climb equivalent of Everest in aid of Nepal earthquake victims

RACES: The grandstand at Catterick Racecourse, which is now set to get a new all-weather, floodlit track

First all-weather, floodlit horse racing track to be created in the North

NO RELIEF: Jim Wilkinson, of Hollybush Christian Fellowship, with some of the donations for the Nepal earthquake victims Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Nepal donations from North-East appeal collecting dust in church warehouse

POLICE: Officers were called in to search for a 17-year-old boy in a distressed state.

Police search for teenager in distressed state

PROPOSAL: Richmondshire District Council planning committee will meeting on June 2

Proposal for 47 homes on eyesore site to be considered by planners

GIFT: Col Stephen Padgett is presented with his prize poppy by ceramicist Sheila Plews and Risedale Sports and Community College students Abigail Smith and Kyal Almond, both 12.

Saying farewell - with ceramic poppies

CLOTHES WANTED: Deacon Joy Sykes launches the Rosedale Nursing Home appeal for Nepal earthquake victims Picture: RICHARD DOUGHTY PHOTOGRAPHY

Nursing home's clothing appeal for earthquake victims

Skills centre training youngsters out of work and education to close

SUPPLIES: Volunteers help sort out the donated clothes for the Nepalese appeal. Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Armed forces charity receives more than 1,000 bags of donations for Nepal

STOLEN: The Harley Davidson bike stolen from Catterick Garrison

Harley Davidson bike stolen from Catterick Garrison

LONG LIFE: A marsh tit, which are expected to survive for two years

Conservationists claim tiny marsh tit is the UK's oldest

STUCK: A file photo of an unrelated incident.

Teenage girl rescued from lamppost after internet prank goes wrong

PRANK: Photo of an unrelated incident

Fire crews condemn pranks that waste emergency services' time and resources

EQUALITY: Tony Pass and Julie Hopkin have a game of darts with the new board which allows seated and standing players to complete fairly

Darts fan and Phoenix House user donates specially adapted dart board to the centre

Reading initiative

Reading initiative to help forces families

SOLIDARITY: Staff and students at Risedale Sports and Community College fly the flag for victims of the catastrophic earthquake in Nepal.

Nepal's plight sends school into action

IN MEMORY: New memorial to two soldiers who died on Leyburn Road in Catterick Garrison a year ago. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH.

Family of young soldier killed in car crash launch hard-hitting video to get young motorists to slow down

ATTACKED: Andrew Jackson

Man, 24, charged with murdering married father in Richmond town centre

SUPPORT: Members of the Nepalese community light candles at the Hindu temple in the Helles Barracks, Catterick Garrison, to show support for those affected by the earthquake in Nepal. Picture: TOM BANKS

Region's aid bid for Gurkha villages devastated by earthquake

AID: Dr Jagannath Sharma, local liaison executive member of the British Gurkha and Nepalese Community at Catterick Garrison. Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

North Yorkshire rallies around Nepalese community

ATTACK: Police outside Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond on Sunday

Man refused bail after appearing before magistrates charged with serious Richmond assault

Law firm reassures clients after sophisticated cash sting

Darlington law firm reassures clients after losing "large sum of money" to sophisticated scam

CCTV: One of the victims lies unconcious in the road while Shaun Smith stamps repeatedly on the other victim and Jason Collins rains multiple punches on him

WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO: Queen's guard and soldier friend walk free from court after stamping horror attack

BRUTAL ATTACK: Shaun Smith has one more kick to his victim's head as he lays unconcsious in the road

Comment: How can soldiers involved in stamping horror attack be set free?

CRAFTY: The opening of a new wood workshop at Phoenix House, Catterick Garrison after funding from various sources around the world.  Veteran Bob Taylor with various woodwork pieces that he has made.  Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Official opening of wood workshop at Phoenix House

BOWLS: Fred and Maud Holdstock; Mike Fox and Lilian O'Mahoney at Scotton Bowling Club which is appealing for new members. Picture: RICHARD DOUGHTY PHOTOGRAPHY

Bowling Club's desperate plea for new members

HEROES: Phoenix House at Catterick Garrison

Organisers appealing for teams to take part in Help for Heroes charity golf day

GARDENS: Resident Betty Hayward with activities coordinator Julie Dempsey tending plants around the garden of the Rosedale Care Home at Catterick Garrison.  Picture: Richard Doughty Photography.

Care home residents flex their green fingers

POIGNANT: Drum Major Paul Ingleton (left) playing the Last Post at Menin Gate in Ypres Belgium. PICTURE: Corporal Mark Webster

North Yorkshire bugler travels to Menin Gate for poignant re-burial of six unknown soldiers

Dramatic help for schools facing influx of Army children

THERAPY AIM: Rosemary Shrager launching the new Veterans Artisan Bakery in Catterick Garrison in 2012 with veterans Charlie Campbell and Matt Clarke

Celebrity chefs-backed bakery considers new role

ROAD CRASH: North Yorkshire Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash on the A1, near Catterick

Driver airlifted after A1 central barrier crash

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