LITTLE lambs in little jackets, drugs raids and the cheapest state-of-the-art police station on planet Earth, in our round-up of Harrogate on the web.
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WEDNESDAY’S MAIN STORIES
Fresh from churning up all the ground outside our office like a force of overexcited moles, the police are opening their new swanky police station for tours on Wednesday. It cost £18m, not £18 as we originally reported.
This may be the cutest thing you see all year: Lambs in jackets.
Police have raided cannabis farms in and around Harrogate worth £500,000 in recent months. Or one thirty-sixth of a police station.
Neville Longbottom meets Charlie Chaplin. Clicky.
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THINGS WE FOUND ON THE INTERNET
These people like buses. Perhaps too much.
As we reported in the Advertiser, Harrogate’s Susie Little is embarking on a 3,000-mile rally. These people have given her some magic software.
Harrogate Minstermen give York player an award.
Psychopharmacology conference will net Harrogate International Centre a cool £120,000, or an “Alan Gowling”, in late-‘70s football parlance.
High Harrogate now has its own Twitter feed.
And here’s a tweet-powered blog about visiting Harrogate Flower Show. It’s very good, actually. I liked this Queen-Elizabeth-I made of flowers too.
Welcome to Hornbeam Park. Stay awhile amidst its weird massive pyramid.
Follow us on Twitter @HarrogateHound, or we won’t be your friend. It’s a pretty stark dilemma.