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Ryedale News

North Yorkshire charity needs votes for National Lottery competition

North Yorkshire charity needs votes for National Lottery competition

QUILTS: The Pickering Patchers with their colourful handiwork, with chairwoman Julie Hatton and project coordinator Janet McGregor.

Giving comfort to adopted children

ARTISTRY: Flowers in the Great Hall at Castle Howard. Picture: ANDY BULMER

Spectacular floral displays at stately home

Congregation in shock after church 'desecrated'

Congregation in shock after church 'desecrated'

LIFE-CHANGING: Andrew Sedman with his daughters Suzanne (left) and Erica with Suzanne’s partner Mathew Binge. They are all taking part in a sponsored walk for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Man blinded in horrific bin wagon accident stages sponsored walk

RESCUED: One of the fox cubs found in a drainage tube in the barn

Animal rights group release video footage of fox cubs it claims were being reared for hunting

ENERGY SCHEME: An aerial view of the Kirby Misperton site where Third Energy plans to frack

Energy firm told to revise fracking proposals

ALTAR: (l-r) the Revd Stephen Burgess (Chair of the Methodist District of York and Hull), Fr Terence Richardson (Prior of Ampleforth Abbey), the Rt Revd Terry Drainey (Bishop of Middlesbrough), the Rt Revd Paul Ferguson (Bishop of Whitby), the Most Revd a

New altar installed at historically important ruined abbey

RESCUED: One of the fox cubs found in a drainage tube in the barn.

Fox cubs found in drain in barn

ROYAL: The Princess Royal opens Jack Berry House in Malton, Alongside Jack Berry and his statue. pic: Anthony Chappel-Ross

Princess Royal officially opens Injured Jockey Fund facility in Malton

A stoat running Robert’s obstacle course

VIDEO: Daredevil stoat on course for stardom

GUIDE: The leaflet includes 20 circular routes.

Exploring an area of outstanding natural beauty

North Yorkshire to host cycling Grand Prix

CYCLIST: Dave Usherwood at last year's event.

Cycle challenge to fight Parkinson's

CARERS: Staff from Scarborough and Ryedale Carers Resource, clockwise from left: George Osgerby, Elizabeth McPherson, Jodie Peckitt, Chris Elliot and Emma Teasdale.

Carers charities team up after receiving cash boost from Big Lottery Fund

Malton celebrates most successful Food Lovers Festival to date

PROTEST: Anti-fracking in Ryedale campaigners outside the Environment Agency offices in York

MP for Thirsk, Malton and Filey wades into fracking application debate

BANANAS: Young orang-utans on their way to school. Pic: Lisa Burtonshaw.

Sweet-toothed businesswoman takes on trip of a lifetime to help orphaned orang-utans

CONTROVERSIAL SCHEME: Anti-fracking in Ryedale campaigners outside the Environment Agency offices in York

Fracking could begin in North Yorkshire before the end of the year - here's where

800 years of the rule of law

FUNDRAISING APPEAL: Author GP Taylor, who is campaigning to save the Scarborough Whitby and Ryedale Mind charity

Best-selling author tells of suicide bid after gang attack

IMAGES: British Wildlife Photography Awards winner in the habitat section; A Life at Sea - Nesting Gannets by Ruth Asher

Some of Britain's best wildlife photographs on display at historic home

Taking over the reins at Ryedale Show

MARKETS: Promoting the campaign are Ryedale officials Sam Hawes, Jos Holmes and David Stoner.

Markets come under the spotlight

Prue joins festival line-up

EXPANSION PLANS: Scarborough and Ryedale Mountain Rescue Team, which is aiming to extend its base in Snainton

Mountain rescuers unveil expansion ambition

Foodbank usage on the rise

Dog attacks toddler in Malton pub

GIFT: Taylor Wimpey sales executive,Annabelle Lee with Deborah Rack from the Encephalitis Society.

Support for brain charity

PROUD: Staff with Jack Berry at the new Injured Jockey Fund rehabilitation centre

Injured Jockey Fund's Jack Berry House set for grand opening

FESTIVAL: Cyclists at last year's event.

Town cycling festival set to grow

Vandals strike at skate park

Vandals strike at skate park

OLYMPIAN: Dame Mary, sitting left, with residents Anthony Leary, Clifford Hughes, Lena Hughes and Janice Leary.

Dame Mary gives development an Olympian boost

PIRATES: Hugh Morgan and his fellow pirates from Pickering Rotary Club enlist the help of Doodle, a yellow crested cockatoo, to help raise money for Marie Curie

Rotarians take to the seas to raise cash for cancer charity

CUTE: Young visitor Amy Stoneman with one of the Hebridean lambs. Picture Joanna Richards.

The miracle of life - and a chance to go "aah"

Entries now open for colourful 5km run

URGENT REPAIRS: St Peter's and St Paul's Church, in Pickering

Churches delighted at roof repairs windfall

Support for carers who have been hit by cuts

Support for carers who have been hit by cuts

CALF: The new arrival prepares to make her public debut.

Sticking her neck out - new arrival to wow crowds at zoo

TREASURES: Simon Howard in the chapel at Castle Howard

Castle Howard to auction £10m treasures to fund home's upkeep

FOOD: Malton, in Ryedale, has been named as a Food Enterprise Zone

Ryedale set to benefit from new Food Enterprise Zone status

INNOVATION: One of Malton's regular food markets. The town's new agri-food park has been designated a food enterprise zone by environment secretary Elizabeth Truss

Food and farming industries boost - town designated Food Enterprise Zone

FUSION: A Viking penny with a Christian cross, left, and Thor's hammer, right.

Ancient coins sell for more than £110,000

Appeal after arson attack

FARMING AWARD: Robert McDonald, right, after being presented with his Dairy Farmer of the Year award at The Northern Farmer Awards, pictured with Pam Royle and sponsor Michael French. Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Region's farmers receive rewards at Northern Farmer Awards

BOXES: From left:  Em Whitfield  Brooks, artistic director of Helmsley Arts Centre, artist Lyn Waite, music performer and educator Billy Hickling and Ryedale’s semocatic services manager Simon Copley.

New use for old ballot boxes

Teens targeted by on-line abusers

INQUIRY: Residents and walkers unhappy at plans to stop people walking along the Ryedale coach road

Public inquiry to decide on access to historic coach road

SPECTACLE: Last year's Proms at Castle Howard.

Spitfire will herald Prom spectacular

Tributes paid to leading North Yorkshire Conservative

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