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Sherburn library on celebrating their first anniversary in April 2018.

Sherburn volunteer run library praised

Volunteers who run Sherburn and Villages Community Library are celebrating news that their efforts have been Highly Commended in this year’s North Yorkshire Library of the Year competition.

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Back at Sword Beach - Harrogate's D-Day hero John Rushton, 95, looks back to D-Day where his comrades fell.

Harrogate hero - this where I landed on D-Day

Greeted like a long-lost friend by other veterans and serving officers from around the world, the moment which mattered most to Harrogate wheelchair-bound D-Day veteran John Rushton on his return to France was a sad

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Legal eagles help hospice

Legal eagles help hospice

A team of specialist lawyers from national law firm Irwin Mitchell raised over £1,200 for a local hospice by participating in an annual boat race.

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Rich heritage - The origins of Crescent Gardens lay in Harrogate's Victoria Baths and Municipal Offices pictured in 1910

New pledge on Crescent Gardens: "No white elephant"

Harrogate Borough Council says it will consider community bids for Crescent Gardens after the collapse of its controversial £75 million deal with developer Adam Thorpe but added it was not in favour of simply creating a new ‘white elephant’.
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