A SECOND case of foot-and-mouth was confirmed in North Yorkshire at the weekend.

Ministry of Agriculture vets identified a case of the disease at Cartriggs Farm, Burtersett, Hawes, which has 345 sheep and 74 cattle.

The outbreak was confirmed just over a week after North Yorkshire's first case of foot-and-mouth was discovered at nearby Raygill House Farm in Hawes.

Up-to-date information on affected events and activities will be published in our sister papers The Northern Echo and The Darlington & Stockton Times.