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News: Richmond & The Dales

UNVEILING: Councillor Jane Ritchie, chairman of Burton-cum-Walden Parish Council and former district councillor Matthew Wilkes with the new notice board.

Dales village unveils new notice board

Reward offered after classic tractor is stolen

DRAMATIC: Student Ed Batchelor, 17, of Melsonby, who has secured a place at the National Youth Theatre.

Teenager looks to the stars

FUND: North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan

Vulnerable residents to receive extra home security thanks to Community Fund grant

AWARD: Festival director Malcolm Creese

Music and arts festival receives prestigious international recognition award

ARCHER: Mikey Hall wins gold and bronze. Pic: Roger Keller

Wounded veteran picks up gold and bronze medals in archery competition

TRAIN: Driver Paul Warren watches the 9.00 to Northallerton out of Leeming Bar Station marking 25 years of The Wensleydale Railway Association. Picture: STUART BOULTON.

Heritage railway lines celebrates 25th anniversary

Charity holds events to mark Carers Week

ACCIDENT: Firefighters, police and paramedics attended a road accident on the A66, North Yorkshire

Disabled boy and 52-year-old woman injured after car hits pylon on A66

CHEESE: Eddie Thornton, in his former role as cheesemaker at Botton

Curious village row: ‘You can’t make cheese in the jam-making area’

Driver suffers suspected spinal injuries in North Yorkshire collision

PADDLE: Children and adults taking part in the duck race in Melsonby

Ducks raise hundreds for school

SNIP: Luke says farewell to his long locks as hairdresser Kayleigh Slater gets snipping.

Long-haired Luke loses his beloved locks

Driver suffers suspected spinal injuries in North Yorkshire collision

MEMORIAL: Cllr Russell Lord with fellow councillors with the new plaque on the bench at Mercury House

Council unveils plaque commemorating late member Rob Johnson

DRAMATIC VIEWING: Ribblehead Viaduct, near where the settlement of Jericho sprang up in the 1870s

ITV to film big budget "Wild West"-style drama in the Yorkshire Dales

Peregrine falcon chick excitement at Malham Cove

CONTROVERSIAL PROPOSAL: Georgian model farm Arbour Hill, near the site of a proposed anaerobic digester scheme

Developers dismiss concerns over energy from manure plant

GOING: Local councillor William Heslop watches the complex being demolished.

Flood-hit sheltered housing scheme is demolished

CCTV: Campaigners to present the petition to Richmondshire District Council

Campaigners call for CCTV to be returned to Richmond after man's death

STAGE: Max Ferguson could be heading to stardom.

Tears as teen follows in the footsteps of the acting greats

VICTIM: Andrew Jackson

Wife of alleged murder victim released from bail

RELIEF: Adam Riddle with wife Jo.

Cancer sufferer found life-saving treatment on Google

Andrew Jackson

First crown court appearance for man accused of Richmond murder

New laws used against man who performs sex acts outdoors

New laws used against man who performs sex acts outdoors

CLiMBERS: Members of Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team and British Army Gurkhas

Mountain rescue team to take part in Everest challenge to raise cash for Nepal

Swinton: Brian Lofthouse with his sculpture of the castle

Forester branches out

ART: Work by Miles Davis

Exhibition of artwork by two legendary musicians

PHYSIO:Former Sunderland AFC physio David Annison is now working with NHS patients in Richmond

Physio to the stars

DANCER: Hannah Smith.

Student dancing on air

MUSEUM: Visitors in the medal room at the newly opened refurbished Green Howards Museum in Richmond. Picture: STUART BOULTON.

Military museum re-opens with style

HOWZAT: Head chef Mike Hall in the restaurant.

Cricket club raises funds - Italian-style

CANDIDATE: Jane Parlour, who has lost her district council seat.

Woman found guilty of assault loses district council seat

HIT: The original poster for the film.

The return of James Herriot

GUILTY: Craig Burrows

MBE missionary found guilty of sex charges

GREEN: Freshly-planted woodland at Aysgarth.

Motorists help the Dales get greener

SERVICES: Cllr Stuart Parson outside Richmond Library which is to be the new home for the Tourist Information Centre in the town Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Tourist information centre to get new home in town's library

TEEN: Daisy Cooil as she looks at school.

National success for teen Daisy - but she's too young to enjoy it

A classic view of the Yorkshire Dales

The treasures of the Dales

TOWERING CHALLENGE: Bell ringers at St Mary's Church, Richmond, launch a fundraising campaign Picture: STUART BOULTON

Bell ringers launch £140,000 drive to save church tower

Kiplin Hall Curator, Dawn Webster, and Administrator, Marcia McLuckie with the sketchbooks.

Bodleian sketchbooks loaned to Kiplin Hall

COOKERY: Catering student Sue Brown, who helped stage a cookery demonstration at this year's Dales Festival of Food and Drink

Dales Festival of Food and Drink serves up gastronomic treat

ROYAL: The Queen and the Duke of York attended a parade for the Queen’s Royal Lancers amalgamating with the 9th and 12th Royal Lancers at Richmond Castle Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

Queen and Duke of York visit Richmond for amalgamation parade

The Queen arrives to inspect the troops. Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

VIDEO: Richmond hosts Queen's visit and military parade

VICTIM: Andrew Jackson, from Richmond, who died on Monday

Man appears in court charged with murder of father-of-two in North Yorkshire

FUNDRAISING: Staff from the housing charity, Foundation on their fundraising mission. Road cyclists with the charity met up with staff in Richmond completing a static bike ride challenge

Housing charity stages its own cycling celebration

EXPANDING: Adam Harland, four and Ffion Roberts, three, check out progress on site at Rooftops Nursery.

New funding helps nursery expand

NOVEL IDEA: Castle Hill Bookshop in Richmond has been awarded a grant for a scheme to encourage children to read.  Wendy Patch from the bookshop with Richmond School pupils Daniel Baines (12) and Megan Hannon (12). Picture: Chris Booth.

Top author gives bookshop support

'Village green' battle finally comes to an end with victory for North Yorkshire football club

'Village green' battle finally comes to an end with victory for North Yorkshire football club

ATTACKED: Andrew Jackson

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

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