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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 26 October

A look back at the past week, with our weekly round up of Yorkshire Dales News published on Daelnet.

More hidden history at the Dales Countryside Museum

Thursday 25 October 2007
A SPECIAL free-of-charge exhibition, which explores the untold stories of Black and Asian people in the Yorkshire Dales, has returned to the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes for the second time this year.

Britain's biggest ever bird survey looms

Thursday 25 October 2007
THE BIGGEST ever survey of British bird populations will begin next week using an army of 50,000 bird-watchers - most of them amateur volunteers - to chart the fortunes of some 250 species.

Richmondshire rams home road safety message

Wednesday 24 October 2007
COMMUNITY Safety Officers across Richmondshire are working to reduce casualties on the roads later this week through a campaign of speed traps and videos.

Early tickets for Barnoldswick Fireworks Fantasia

Wednesday 24 October 2007
BUILDING on the success of last year's Pendle Fireworks Fantasia, the event is back. Bigger, better and more spectacular than ever before insist organisers, proving that Victory Park, Barnoldswick will be the place to celebrate the seasonal festivities on Sunday 4th November.

Dales town to crack down on illegal lorry parking

Tuesday 23 October 2007
COUNCIL officers have stepped up their campaign to crackdown on illegal lorry parking in one Yorkshire Dales town.

Children 'on fire' to win arts competition

Tuesday 23 October 2007
YOUNG people in Richmondshire have put their creative hats on again to help the Fire and Rescue Service understand what makes them feel unsafe.

Final total for fundraising dales pensioner

Monday 22 October 2007
A YORKSHIRE DALES man who drove 3000 miles through Norway and beyond the Arctic Circle has thanked everyone who helped him raise almost £4000 for charity.

New wood will celebrate scouting centenary

Monday 22 October 2007
NEW woods don't get planted very often but that is exactly what members of the Bilton Conservation Group based on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales are planning to do later this week (26 and 27 October).


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