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Solutions to Harrogate and Knaresborough’s congestion woes to be set out by council leaders

The accident happened near The Sun Inn on Brame Lane, Norwood

Appeal after two people seriously hurt in crash near Harrogate

Weetons on West Park in Harrogate.

West Park's late night Xmas shopping in Harrogate

Heavy rain

Minister opens new Ripon 3D facilities


Man dies after early hours collision near Boroughbridge


Councillors to debate plans for 161 homes on Harrogate's old policing college site


New president takes reins

Date: 13th November 2017.
Picture James Hardisty.
Claire Morritt, 34, of Thorp Arch, near Wetherby,  has launched an app to connect mums with audio in real time, so if they have any middle of the night worries, problems, feeling lonely etc they can chat to mums around the country and even further afield. The App is the first Mums App to include voice and it already have mums registered from as far as Australia, pictured with her two children Joseph, 4, and Gabriella, 5 months.

Mum’s app for talking points

The Mayor of Knaresborough Coun, David Goode with Pam Godsell (Knaresborough Lions), Simon Knowles (fund raiser for The Old School). Angela Longden (Chair of Harrogate and Knaresborough Toy Library). Julie Smith (Fodder), Trevor Hayes (hall manager elect) and Sue Thom with her son Elliott (2) Picture: Adrian Murray. (1711211AM1).

Saved from closure: Thousands of toys collected over 27 years have found a new home in Knaresborough

Part of the cast of Harrogate Theatre's new pantomime for 2017-18

Revealed: Info on new panto at Harrogate Theatre


The five-star Yorkshire monastery where the monks will have en-suite bathrooms

Showing  soon in Harrogate - Part of a photo/painting by Jimi Hendrix as portrayed by photographer Gered Mankowitz and artist Christian Furr.

Iconic Hendrix/Stones images for new Harrogate exhibition

Scar House dam. Picture by Janina Holubecki

Favourite Things: Beautiful moorland walks and connecting with the past

Show Director Nick Smith

Harrogate flower show turns garden troubles into treasure