The Harrogate briefing - Monday, March 12, 2012

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RANGE Rover driver sought by police, a giant spider heads for Lancashire and a pleasant lady points at things, in our daily Harrogate web round-up.

Want to get up-to-date on the day’s headlines, read a Harrogate Rugby Club match report or complete a fairly straightforward video quiz? Well you’re in luck.

Since this feature is still fairly new, please do let us know what you think, including any suggestions for improvements, either in the comments section, via email at ackrill.news@ypn.co.uk or on Twitter.

MONDAY’S MAIN STORIES

Police are asking a woman driving a Range Rover to come forward following a report of dangerous driving in the Grassington area. More here.

Young people in Harrogate who have experienced or witnessed domestic abuse can benefit from a new service. Click here for more.

Bats, an owl and an eight-foot spider’s web have been created by a Harrogate artist for a scary sculpture trail. Full story and photo here.

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In music, Jim Moray is to play the Frazer Theatre in Knaresborough.

And over in sport, clinical Otley beat Harrogate in the rugby. (For way of contrast, here’s how the opposition’s local paper reported the match.) You can also check out the Ackrill Sport Twitter feed.

ELSEWHERE ON THE WEB – VIDEO SPECIAL!

A hand holding a stick poses questions about Harrogate written on cardboard, to a jaunty accompaniment.

Like cars? Like Harrogate? Well, “with old people and richness, came a lot of pretty awesome cars driving around,” reports man on internet.

A very pleasant lady called Gabriella waves her hands at things in Harrogate.

ELSEWHERE ON THE WEB – NON-VIDEO SPECIAL!

Archer Carol Fairbrother is named Harrogate Sports Council’s senior achiever 2012.

CAN YOU HELP?

If you have a view on the three wind farms planned in Beckwithshaw, please contact reporter Vicky Carr on 01423 707509 or via vicky.carr@ypn.co.uk. There is also a meeting about the issue at Beckwithshaw Village Hall tomorrow, Tuesday, at 7.45pm.

That’s all for today, other than to say, why not...

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