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  1. Sunday Morning League: Wigginton go top after Harry hurrahRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | York Press

    WIGGINTON Grasshoppers went top of the Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning Football League first division after Harry Clapham scored a hat-trick in a 4-1 win at Brayton. The only goal of the first half came after eight minutes when Matthew Mulhearn chipped the ball over the Brayton back line for Clapham to run onto and fire past the keeper.


  2. Children at York special school to benefit from mini-bus donationRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2018 | York Press

    CHILDREN at a York special school will benefit from a new 14-seater mini-bus after an extremely generous donation. Hob Moor Oaks Academy in Acomb has been handed the keys to the sunshine coach thanks to the generosity of a Harrogate-based drinks manufacturer and retail company, The Spirit of Harrogate.


  3. Tributes paid to well-known golfer, Paul Reed, who has diedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2018 | York Press

    Paul Reed, a former captain and an honorary life member of Pike Hills Golf Club, joined the club near Copmanthorpe in 1953. Former club chairman Martin Greaves said he was appointed club captain in 1974 and served as competitions' secretary for 25 years, and had the same role for the York Union of Golf Clubs for nine years.


  4. Enter at A and make a winning impression: 6 tips to help you ride a perfect centre lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2018 | Horse and Hound

    Riding a centre line might sound simple, but a particularly good one can be tricky to achieve, especially if there is a halt included on it. But, it is important you get this movement right as they book-end your dressage test and can both set the standard for the marks in your test and help with the collective marks at the end.


  5. See what the A69 will look like after major work on junctions between Newcastle and HexhamRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | Chronicle Live

    This Highways England video shows what improvements will be made at the Bridge End and Styford junctions on the route This is what the A69 will look like after work is carried out on two major junctions between Newcastle and Hexham. Highways England says drivers travelling on the route between Newcastle and Carlisle will no longer have their journeys interrupted once the 30m project is complete.


  6. The Press Camera Club: June 29Read the original story

    Jun 28, 2018 | York Press

    Despite persistent rain during the afternoon and evening, 40 members of the Yorkshire Architectural and York Archaeological Society spent an enjoyable half-day visiting Lastingham, Helmsley and Pickering. The party then crossed the moors to Helmsley Castle, before taking tea at the Black Swan Hotel, Helmsley.


  7. Holgate through history: 7 old photosRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2018 | York Press

    UNTIL the arrival of the York carriageworks in the late nineteenth century, Holgate was little more than a quiet hamlet midway between York itself and Acomb . Its population in 1843 was recorded as just 143 people.


  8. Sunday League: Hounds in the hunt for a treble after Fa trophy triumphRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | York Press

    CUP JOY: Hounds FC have won the West Riding FA Sunday Trophy after a convincing 3-1 final win. Picture: Malcolm Bryce HOUNDS FC are on course for a quick-fire treble after lifting the West Riding FA Sunday Trophy thanks to a 3-1 victory over Canal Tavern in the final.


  9. Cricket Previews: New Woodhouse Grange captain happy with Yorkshire Premier startRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | York Press

    KEEN FINCH: New Woodhouse Grange captain James Finch, here bowling for former club Barnard Castle, is looking to keep his side competitive this season following a pleasing start. Picture: Chris Booth NEW Woodhouse Grange captain James Finch is settling in nicely at the club and enjoying the start his side have made to this Yorkshire Premier League North campaign.


  10. February 8, 1986: 'There is a road somewhere under all that snow'....Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2018 | York Press

    Well, sorry and all that, but we've got a few more snow photographs for you today. Not from this winter, of course, but winters past.


  11. Sunday Morning League: Wigginton Grasshoppers go 14 points clear in division oneRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | York Press

    SIX SHOOTER: Harry Moorcroft, left in blue, scored a double hat-trick to help Haxby Town to a 9-3 win over K Town United and climb to second in division two YORK Fastpack Sunday Morning League division one leaders Wigginton Grasshoppers capitalised on second-placed Hounds being in cup action to extend their lead at the summit to 14 points with a 4-1 win at Brayton. The visitors took the lead in the fifth minute with a finish into the roof of the net.


  12. Who are the biggest losers in proposed Northumberland schools shake-up?Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2018 | Chronicle Live

    Here's a breakdown of how many miles will be added onto the journeys for children living in the county Which families are set to be hit the hardest by Northumberland County Council's controversial changes to schools in the west of the county? A raft of first and primary schools are facing closure as the local authority looks to get rid of under-subscribed and financially struggling schools. How children get to school is a big deal for parents in the rural county and the changes will inevitably see many families have to travel further every day.


  13. Tom Derbyshire, who got Wigginton Grasshoppers' winner against HoundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2018 | York Press

    WIGGINTON Grasshoppers beat Hounds 4-3 in a thriller in the outstanding Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League Cup tie. Hounds deservedly went in front but Hounds could not pull clear and Wigginton equalised through Tom Coates and went ahead before half-time as Neale Holmes scored after a neat one-two with Jamie Wilstrop.


  14. York Sunday Morning Football League round-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2018 | York Press

    THE Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League big-guns Hounds breezed into the quarter-finals of the West Riding County FA Sunday Trophy with a 6-0 win over Crown & Anchor. In the York Sunday Morning League Cup, division two leaders Atalanta progressed to the quarter-finals after beating Clockhouse 3-0.


  15. The front page of the Yorkshire Evening Press from December 9, 1967Read the original story

    Dec 8, 2017 | York Press

    The pupils of St Olave's School presented a short play "Les Jouets de Minuit" in French, before a large gathering of parents and friends at St Peter's School. Taking in to consideration the youthfulness of the players, whose ages ranged from seven to thirteen, the piece was handled remarkably skilfully.


  16. Jane Hall's A-Z of North East festive food takes us from Alnwick Rum to ZinfandelRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    The best Christmas present you can give to the region's dedicated food and drink producers is to offer them your custom A is for Alnwick Rum. It's been all about gin during the last few years, but rum is coming into its own as the latest on-trend alcoholic tipple.


  17. The front page of the Yorkshire Evening Press from November 28, 1967Read the original story

    Nov 27, 2017 | York Press

    A first-rate film narrative of the Edgar Wallace thriller, The Case of the Frightened Lady, was the main attraction at Easingwold Cinema. At Catterick Garrison some of the soldiers were now wearing the new uniform which had been issued under the instruction of the War Office.


  18. Ahead of British Game Week, meet the ex-veggie who now turns out tasty game piesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    Hadrian's Game Larder is a familiar name at food festivals and special events selling pies, pA tA s and terrines To celebrate Great British Game Week, starting on Monday, JANE HALL met Silver Sheldon, a vegetarian turned wild game enthusiast whose products are going down a treat across the region If her deep game pies, earthy terrines, gutsy pts and hearty pheasant and pork Scotch eggs aren't enough to make Silver Sheldon stand out from the food crowd, her name certainly is. She sounds as if she should be strutting around the set of a soap opera rather than freezing her digits off manning a stall at a farmers' market or traipsing across a bleak Northumberland moor on the trail of a game shoot.