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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Open Farm Sunday at national park

Visitors can chat to farmers, gamekeepers and moorland managers about their role in caring for the countryside when the Moors National Park's Danby centre hosts Open Farm Sunday this week (June 9).  forex trading

No ifs or buts about it: this view of parenthood is theatrical

MUM'S THE WORD: Ifs, Buts and Babies at Harrogate Theatre on Thursday 27 June takes a light-hearted look back at the highs and lows of being a parent, from the desire to have a baby through to the first day of school.
Avelia Moisey and Jill Neenan present down-to-earth snapshots of the trials, tribulations, tears and triumphs of parenthood told through hilarious duologues and original songs.
They'll be donating a portion of ticket sales to help Jill's godson, a student at Ripon Grammar School, raise funds for his World Challenge, benefiting children in developing countries.  crypto world

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Ready, beddy go! Firm throws down bed race duvet challenge

 Yorkshire Linen Co stock clerk
Hannah Fryer-Ambler attempts
 the duvet time challenge 
A Harrogate-based interiors and home-furnishings retailer is throwing down the gauntlet to visitors to this weekend’s Knaresborough Bed Race.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Website clicks off for national park nature and wildlife fans

A new website has been launched today for lovers of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Brown Hare by Whitfield Benson.

Nature in the Dales, created for anyone interested in local wildlife and wildlife conservationhas already won the praise of TV presenter and environmental campaigner Prof David Bellamy.

Food, glorious festival food!

Food and Drink Festival in York
York's renowned Food Festival returns for ten days days from 20 September and organisers are foodie extravaganza featuring some of the county's finest chefs and home grown produce.
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Now in its 17th year, the UK’s largest food festival celebrates contemporary culinary experiences and will be bringing a taste of molecular gastronomy with its theme Food and Science binary options trading .

Hotel's new owners check in with refurbishment plans

CHEERS: former Hotel Du Vin hotelier Nick Lawson (left) celebrates the acquisition of Harrogate's Balmoral Hotel with deputy general manager Steve Hopkins. The 23-bedroom four-star hotel, which dates back to 1841 when it was three former townhouses, will be refurbished. The freehold was acquired for an undisclosed sum from HRH Group Ltd. Nick, an experienced hotel executive with experience with Malmaison and Radisson Edwardian Hotels, aims to launch a number of contemporary high quality townhouse hotels under the Bonne Nuit brand.