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The Nidderdale Voices column with Clive Billingham

Everyone loves a wedding and all weddings are special to the couple involved. However, this wedding was extra special to Nidderdale because the couple concerned are the newly married Mr and Mrs Clive Billingham who were married on 18 May at Wath Chapel.

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Paul Kendall is pictured outside his shop in Pateley.

The Week in the Life column with Keith Tordoff

It hasn’t exactly been barbecue weather but our two famous butchers have still been kept busy. People come to buy the famous Pateley pork pies from far and wide including police officers on their driver training courses.

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Manor Orchard: This two bedroom bungalow in a peaceful cul-de-sac in Knaresborough sold at auction for �170,000.

The Under the Hammer column with FSS Property

The FSS May auction was an opportunity for property owners to secure a quick sale at a time when reports from estate agents across the UK suggest that homes are typically taking a little longer to sell than they have in the past few years.

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Here I am pictured with Robert Shepherd who used his rotavator to turn the soil on the meadow area.

The Week in the Life column with Keith Tordoff

Before I started school as my mum was training to be a teacher, I spent a lot of my days being looked after by her parents. My grandmother patiently showed me how to make jam tarts and current slices while my grandad let me help him in the garden.

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The exhibition of Congestion Study material at Pannal.

The Transport Talk column with Don Mackenzie

At last week’s Annual General Meeting of North Yorkshire County Council I was pleased to nominate fellow Harrogate-based county councillor Jim Clark to be chairman for the forthcoming year. I believe that Jim, county councillor for Harlow, will be an excellent successor to Robert Windass.

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Third Age of learning celebrated

Third Age of learning celebrated

Now I’m in my ‘Third Age’, past my ‘three score years and ten’, I’ve been reflecting on what this means for those of us born in the 1940’s, writes Caroline Green of Wetherby U3A.

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