VIDEO: Esther Rantzen talks Bettys and the Bed Race

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ChildLine founder Esther Rantzen has spoken of her desire to spend more time in Knaresborough.

The former television presenter was in Harrogate this week to deliver a talk about her new project The Silver Line, which is a helpline for lonely people, due to be launched later this year.

Pictured from left at the Townswomen's Guilds AGM are National Chairman Pauline Myers, Esther Rantzen, Vice-chairman Margaret Key, Trustee Jenny Rideout and Trustee Win Gair.

Pictured from left at the Townswomen's Guilds AGM are National Chairman Pauline Myers, Esther Rantzen, Vice-chairman Margaret Key, Trustee Jenny Rideout and Trustee Win Gair.

She addressed members of the Townswomen’s Guilds, who gathered at Harrogate International Centre for their AGM on Wednesday.

The Princess Royal was also in attendance.

Esther Rantzen spoke to the Harrogate Advertiser about hoping to spend more time in Knaresborough, having seen the town when passing through on the train en route to Harrogate.