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Northallerton News

FESTIVAL: The Homegrown Food Festival

Food festival growing in success looks forward to its fifth year

Hawk jets taking off from RAF Leeming.

Security breaches at North Yorkshire air base

DEVELPMENT: A for sale sign is back up on the former Rutson Hospital in Northallerton

JD Wetherspoon pulls out of Northallerton's former Rutson Hospital development

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The Newton Aycliffe and Darlington 10k road races brought runners and from across the region to compete, with Northallerton hoping to be hot on their heels of success.

Runners invited to take on 10k race in North Yorkshire

Ian Barker at the new Barkers Home store in Northallerton

Family firm set to unveil its £3m revamped home store - expected to bring boost to Northallerton's economy

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The Sex Pistols in action

Do you remember the time the Sex Pistols played Northallerton?

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Senior aircraftmen Dewi Ewers and Simon Thompson, of RAF Leeming, who are raising funds for the Men United prostate cancer campaign

RAF personnel to join marathon prostate cancer campaign walk

Richard Gilmore Douglas, an artist now resident at the Mount Vale Care Home, Northallerton, pictured with activities coordinator, Rebecca Clark. Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Well-known artist living in care home inspires art exhibition

There's still time to enter this year's The Northern Echo Schools Awards

Nomination window extended for The Northern Echo Schools Awards 2016

The Yorkshire Air Ambulance at the scene

82-year-old cyclist from Darlington area dies in horse box collision in North Yorkshire

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The county council's deputy leader Gareth Dadd is looking for new ideas for the county council staff canteen.

Opportunity knocks - at council canteen

Author and former pupil Vicky Garlick returns to her old stomping ground to talk to the book club at Northallerton School and Sixth Form College.

Author's story - from repairing stuffed seabirds to the world of fantasy

A First TransPennine Express

Storm Henry causes problems for First TransPennine Express passengers at Newcastle, Chester-le-Street, Durham, Northallerton and Darlington

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Members of Crash Bang Wallop youth theatre are due to bring their production of West Side Story to the stage

Young actors prepare to bring the Jets and the Sharks to life

COMMISSIONER: Former Darlington MP Alan Milburn who is chairman of the Social Mobility Commission

Big divides within the region for poor children's life chances - Government survey

North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue were called when a bullock became stuck in a slurry pit on a farm. They then stayed to help wash down the animal after his ordeal Picture: @northyorksfire

It's a dirty job but someone's got to do it - fire crews rescue bullock from slurry pit

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A car overturned after failing to stop for police on the A19 near Stokesley. Picture: @OscarRomeo1268

Car crash as driver fails to stop for police on A19

Flipping fun

Flipping fun for the frying-pan racers

CUBS: 100 years of Cub Scouts

Cub Scouts say thank you to those who have helped them on adventures

Tour de Yorkshire celebrations planned for Northallerton

A drive to recruit more officers to North Yorkshire Police have been announced

Police officer numbers set to increase in North Yorkshire - new investment plans announced

A lorry blown over during a previous storm

Severe weather warning issued for 70mph winds

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The Friarage Hospital in Northallerton is raising money for an MRI scanner similar to this one. Picture: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

North Yorkshire woman fundraises for MRI scanner - after accompanying friend with cancer on trips of more than 100 miles

PROUD: Northallerton Sixth Form students Amy Lazenby, 17, of Bedale, Megan MacNaught, 17, of Bedale, George McNaught, 17, of Northallerton, Abbie Grainge, 17, of West Rounton, Kat Sanders, 17, of Northallerton and Jack Brent, 18, of Northallerton.

Students achieve top A Level grades at Northallerton College

Lucy Woodall of Mog Cabins Cattery, where cats can enjoy heated comfortable suites with views of the countryside along with thier own toys, chair and beds. Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

New venture aims to be number one destination for cats holidaying in North Yorkshire

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John Bayley, chairman of Northallerton Round Table, hands over the iPads to grateful patients and staff on the children’s ward at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton.

Hi-tech fun for hospital kids - thanks to intrepid cyclists

David Hewison-Sandyford, right, presents £1,000 to the chairman of the Friends, Dr Upendra Somasundram.

Musician's melodic thank-you for his new hips

Emily Austin from Northallerton, a semi-finalist in the Miss Teen Great Britain contest

Northallerton teenager hoping for success in beauty contest

The Tour de Yorkshire passes across the swing bridge in Whitby last year.

Bid to combine Northallerton May Fair with Tour de Yorkshire

Rower misses on world record - but smashes his fund-raising target

Northallerton Magistrates Court

'Blackmailed sex addict' cleared in spy camera voyeurism trial

Julie Lyon, headteacher at Dishforth Airfield primary school, with some of her pupils.

School is rated as "outstanding"

Landlord Shaun Orton presenting the charter to Lioness club president Beryl Newnham outside the Black Bull in Northallerton.Picture: Richard Doughty Photography.

Chance discovery equals good news for tireless fundraisers

Weather updates as snowfall causes travel disruption - send us your pictures

Weather updates as snowfall causes travel disruption - send us your pictures

Concerns over Northallerton bus links

Fears cuts to subsidised bus routes could affect other services

The cast of Northdale Horticulture's pantomime, which was staged in Club Amadeus nightclub in Northallerton when the charity was left without a venue at the eleventh hour

Nightclub saves the day at eleventh hour for pantomime

Winners at last year's The Northern Farmer Awards

Last day to nominate someone in The Northern Farmer Awards

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Oli Nixon with his self-portrait that will be shown in London.

Artist Oli makes his mark in world of car design

Phill Wright is training hard for his world record attempt.

World record rowing bid by former soldier from Northallerton

Paul Forbes is presented with his new car by Ashleigh Butler who plays Cinderella in the panto at Darlington's Civic Theatre and Pudsey the dog at Northallerton's Friarage Hospital. Picture by Stuart Boulton.

Britain's Got Talent stars Ashleigh and Pudsey hand over keys to a £12,000 new car – won with £2 raffle ticket

The Scruton Quarry Action Group has been campaigning to stop any mining of sand and gravel in 500 acre area around Scruton, Kirkby Fleetham and Leeming Bar, between Northallerton and Bedale. (51757677)

Action group call for residents to oppose quarry plans

The Northallerton Juniors under-14s with their new bags.

Donation helps kit out junior football club in Northallerton

Moving ahead, L-R, Move assessor Sarah Riley, Damian Martin of North Yorkshire's inclusive education department, principal Hanne Barton, physiotherapist Claire Turner, assistant head teacher and Move co-ordinator Sharon Kettleborough.

Special school picked out for high praise for being on the move

Harriet Henderson Receptionist of the Year

Receptionist from North Yorkshire voted the best in Britain

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Northallerton School and Sixth Form College award winners with Professor Robert Allison, vice chancellor of Loughborough University, who presented trophies to students with principal Chris Byrne

Northallerton teenager who battles severe pain every day presented with courage award by school

MP Rishi Sunak helps pack kindling with Chopsticks member Carl Lees, left, and Pauline Hurle of the charity’s staff.

MP gives practical support to Northallerton charity

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Blitz Sisters Elizabeth Morrissey (left) and Emma Kaye-Hudson, from Northallerton

North Yorkshire singer releases hits from the Blitz

Cllr Mrs Fortune pictured with Julia Downes, development manager of Pendragon Community Trust in the foreground with Trust chairman David Kerfoot, MBE, Chairman and trustee Malcolm Barnett in the background.

New multi-sensory centre takes shape

PANTO: Cast members of Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates

Amateur dramatic group prepare for January pantomime

Walter Thompson employees with some of the dozens of gifts collected for the Cash for Kids Mission Christmas charity

Building firm donates gifts and cash to help children

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