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The Bishop of Knaresborough, James Bell and the Bishop of Pontefract, Tony Robinson experience  the thrills of the 'Ladybird' , one of the white-knuckle rides at Lightwater Valley theme park near Ripon. Also enjoying the experience in the second car back, the Revd Sue Sheriff, the Acting Archdeacon of York, and the Venerable Peter Townley, Archdeacon of Pontefract
The Bishop of Knaresborough, James Bell and the Bishop of Pontefract, Tony Robinson experience the thrills of the 'Ladybird' , one of the white-knuckle rides at Lightwater Valley theme park near Ripon. Also enjoying the experience in the second car back, the Revd Sue Sheriff, the Acting Archdeacon of York, and the Venerable Peter Townley, Archdeacon of Pontefract
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The blackboard is cleaned, the pencils are sharpened, and the school ties are being tied.

The Knaresborough Players’ production of “Teechers” by John Godber is about to begin.

The show will open on Wednesday, May 29 at 7.30pm and performances will take place every evening at 7.30 until Saturday, June 1, at the Frazer Theatre, Knaresborough.

Tickets are available from The Old Chemist Shop, Market Place, Knaresborough and from the website at www.FrazerTheatre.co.uk

The play is directed by Beth Metcalfe , is set in a tough, northern school in the 1980s and tells the story of three school-leavers who, inspired by their drama teacher, put on a play about an ‘imaginary’ school called Whitewall.