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Northallerton News

Funeral paid for by community to be held in town tomorrow

CARNIVAL: Crowds turn out to watch the entertainment at last year's Northallerton Carnival. Picture:SARAH CALDECOTT. (30839447)

Roll up, roll up for the carnival

HISTORIC BUILDING: The original wing of Northallerton Prison

Former prison inmates and staff urged to share memories

VILLAGE DISPLAY: An entry in last year's Appleton Wiske Scarecrow Festival

Crowds expected at fundraising scarecrow festival

CAREERS:Heather Langton, student recruitment ,York St John University, left;Northallerton School and Sixth Form College student Emma Bailey, 15, of East Harlsey

Careers and further education advice on offer

DRIVING CHARGE: The tanker after being stopped on the A19

Tanker driver appears before magistrates over A19 drink-driving charge

HOMEGROWN: A visitor to the Homegrown Food Festival in Northallerton handles a European eagle owl. Picture: STUART BOULTON. (30334954)

Food festival proves a tasty treat

BACKING: Sir Ian Botham takes to the wheel to launch latest MRI fund-raiser.

Beefy backs scanner bid

HELP: Leonardo Fara outside Casa Rustica with Michaela Thomas and Stephen O’Brien, Broadacres’ scheme manager.

Help for women's refuge

Cancer-hit family lead charity campaign

Cancer-hit family lead charity campaign

PLEASANT: Northallerton Ramblers have organised a summer programme of evening pub walks

Summers evening walks and a pint - walking group hits on ideal combination

GOOD: Staff and students celebrate good Ofsed report

School praised for vast improvements to learning environment

SEND-OFF: Andrew Shield

Town digs deep after hearing man died with no family to arrange funeral

DIAMOND: Derek and Elisabeth Ream pictured with Councillor Stephen Dickins, chairman of Hambleton District Council and his wife Margaret Dickins

Couple who met over weather reports celebrate diamond anniversary

CELEBRATE: Alan Dandy, co-chairman of the committee, committee members Pauline Murdoch and Enid Richardson, Mark Richardson, treasurer, David Murdoch, co-chairman, committee members Brenda Branch and Mary Marsden, and Yorkshire Cancer Research’s Chief E

Charity shop volunteers celebrate 50 years of fundraising success

WINNERS: Northallerton School and Sixth Form College John Dennis Award winners Thomas Pattison, 15, of Welbury, and Rebecca Boakes, 16, of Northallerton, with school principal Chris Byrne and vice chair of governors Kevin Hardisty.

Top students take awards

MOUNTING CONCERNS: Hollybush Fellowship Church pastor Jim Wilkinson with some of the donations given for Nepal earthquake victims Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Nepal donations mountain may never reach earthquake victims

DONATING: Staff at Sainsbury's Northallerton present a cheque to members of the Pendragon Community Trust. The money will go towards equipment for a sensory centre in the town for people of all ages with disabilities.

Thousands raised for North Yorkshire sensory centre for disabled residents

TRIO: Glen and Chris Rock and Judith Masterman on their walk.

Blistered trio boost scanner appeal

WALKERS: Pupils of Broomfield school with PCSO Dani Griffin, road safety officer Kevin Pratt and Spike, the road safety mascot.

School opts for walking alternative

Council accused of being a "boy's club"

Council accused of being a "boy's club"

ENQUIRIES: Northallerton Police have reassured the public following reports on social media of an attempted abduction

Police reassure parents following alleged child abduction reports

ARREST: The tanker, on the side of the A19 at Crathorne, after being stopped by North Yorkshire Police

40-tonne tanker driver arrested on A19 over alleged drink-driving

Dawn to dusk challenge aims to help charities between Newcastle and London

AWARENESS: (l-r) Hayley Butterworth with her daughters Ava and Katelyn and Lynne Richardson

Raising awareness for granddaughter with rare condition

GOLF: Lily Downs celebrates with Simon Bailes. Picture:Keith Taylor

Teen to head to Texas for golf scholarship thanks to car dealer sponsorship

One cut from wreckage after three car pile-up in North Yorkshire

One cut from wreckage after three car pile-up in North Yorkshire

BEST SHEEP: Sheep being shown.

Shows unite for ultimate sheep contest

WEB REMINDER: The charity's fundraising manager, Christine Robinson, demonstrates the new online memory tree

Website to remember the departed

SERIOUS ACCIDENT: The ABN plant in Northallerton

Multinational fined after HGV runs over worker

SENTRY: RAF Leeming personnel and BAE representatives at the official gate guardian handover. Martin Marlow-Spalding (front centre left) presents the aircraft log book to Group Captain David Bradshaw RAF Leeming station commander (front centre right).

Fighter jet on permanent sentry duty

BOOST: Judith Masterman of the appeal team with Sir Ian Botham and the chairman of the Friends, Dr Upendra Somasundram.

Howzat! Beefy bowls over MRI appeal team

COMUNITY: Jessica Barker runs Thief Hole Cottages, near Thirsk

Holiday cottage owner to open village hall

CELEBRATION: Bruce and Betty Walker of Romanby who are celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary. Picture: RICHARD DOUGHTY PHOTOGRAPHY

Couple celebrate remarkable blue sapphire milestone

RECRUITS: New Special Constables pictured outside Northallerton Magistrates’ Court with Assistant Chief Constable Ken McIntosh (back row second from left) and trainers Sgt Dee Wond (front row, left) and trainer Pete Bradley( second row right).

More part-time bobbies take to the beat

ARRRESTING DEAL: Alverton House

Jobs and economy joy as North Yorkshire Police strikes HQ deal in town centre

READERS: Students from Northallerton School and Sixth Form College at WHSmith

Pupils receive books and library vouchers from high street bookshop

DEBATE: Finalists in North Yorkshire’s primary school debating competition line up behind the winners from Ingleton as they receive their shield from the county council’s deputy chairman Cllr Val Arnold.

Tackling the big question - youngsters take over council chamber

Grants on offer to help reduce crime and make communities safer

NEW BASE: The former Rural Payments Agency offices in Northallerton which are set to become the new North Yorkshire Police HQ Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Jobs and economy joy as police force strikes HQ deal in town centre

CRASH: Appeal for witnesses after fatal collision

30-year-old woman dies after car hits telegraph pole

READY: The food festival organising team along with last year's celebrity chef, Brian Turner.

Top chefs lined up for free food festival

SPORTS: Women are being encouraged to try clay pigeon shooting

Ladies Shooting Day

FINALIST: Barkers' card department in Northallerton

North Yorkshire store shortlisted for award alongside national brands

COMMUNITY: Brompton Carnival

People proud of their homemade crafts sought for show

DEAL: Cllr Peter Wilkinson (left) and Cllr Mark Robson, deputy leader and leader of Hambleton District Council, with the keys to Northallerton Prison.

Council gets keys to Northallerton Prison after £1.4m deal completed

STANDARDS: One of the sheep classes being judged in a previous year at North Yorkshire County Agricultural Show

One of first farming shows of season sees more competitors

Man hurt in hit-and-run

Man hurt in hit-and-run in Northallerton High Street

Former Night Marshalls patrolling the town

New recruits could help reassure residents

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