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  1. Expanding North Yorkshire company is building a reputation for high-quality cabinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | York Press

    At the Great Yorkshire Show are, from left, Richard Wilsdon, Britcab director; Malton and Thirsk MP Kevin Hollinrake and Dale Wilsdon, director A NORTH Yorkshire firm which specialises in high-quality portable cabins and modular buildings is a contender in The Press Business Awards. Britcab was launched only eight years ago "huddled around a home desk and with a small piece of land for our portable buildings to be stored upon".

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  2. York Senior League: Oldfield helps Sheriff Hutton Bridge Scale the heightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | York Press

    Sheriff Hutton Bridge II's Paul Oldfield made 55 in their victory at home to Thirsk in Galtres Division Two Picture: Nigel Holland HARRY COLLINSON , Mark Cook , Kieran Fenwick and Thomas Hogg were the foundation to Thirsk's 187-4 at Sheriff Hutton Bridge II in York & District Senior League Galtres division two. Bridge's top order hit back, however, as Paul Oldfield , Nick Scaling , and Connor Campbell helped them take just 28 overs to win by seven wickets when they closed at 188-3 to take full points.

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  3. Winning the war against potholesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    I will fix all potholes in UK for 6 billion saving the country 4. Half up front & half on completion. Deal? HIGHWAY bosses say a change of strategy on repairing rural roads across North Yorkshire is helping to combat the nightmare of potholes for motorists.

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  4. Nadeem Shefta stars as Magnet thrash Sessay in York Senior League Galtres div 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | York Press

    NADEEM SHEFTA turned in a stellar performance as Tadcaster Magnet beat visitors Sessay II by 83 runs in York & District Senior League Galtres division two. Shefta top scored in Magnet's 160, Richard Till bagging 4-40, and then claimed 4-20 as he, Simon McNamara and Tyrone Naude dismissed Sessay for 77. Wetherby totalled 166, Jonathon Leckenby and Peter Kent among the wickets.

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  5. Youth scheme runs like clockworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | 24dash

    A partnership between a housing association and a local charity, which enables youth clubs to be run in three North Yorkshire towns, has been extended for a further year. In 2015, Broadacres entered into an agreement with The Clock - an independent charitable organisation which delivers services to young people and adults across North Yorkshire - to coordinate three youth clubs in Northallerton, Thirsk and Stokesley.

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  6. Fury among former NHS staff over Thirsk hospital planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | York Press

    A GROUP of residents, including numerous former NHS workers, have voiced their anger over plans to close a community hospital, ahead of a public meeting. The event to discuss the future of the Lambert Memorial Hospital, in Thirsk, comes as Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group is urging people to express their views on alternative places to treat patients.

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  7. Are black-and-white cats too boring?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | York Press

    THEY may be regarded as good luck by some - but it appears many people find black cats are just too run-of-the-mill. Charity bosses believe that, along with the black-and-white varieties, many potential owners find them "boring" and simply pass them by.

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  8. Accolades for young pupils in the Thirsk areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    ACCOLADE: Rotarian Gordon Ellis hands an Endeavour Award to Knayton School pupil Toby Crawford as headteacher Nikkie Beniams, left, and his mother, Sonia, look on THIRSK Rotary Club has presented awards to primary school leavers for their outstanding contributions, achievements or support of other pupils. Members of the club attended 12 schools in and around the town to present Endeavour Awards to pupils in Year 6 who had been selected by the school teaching staff.

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  9. A removals lorry outside the Lambert Memorial Hospital after the temporary closure in SeptemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    A GROUP of residents, including numerous former NHS workers, have voiced their anger over plans to close a community hospital, ahead of a public meeting. The event to discuss the future of the Lambert Memorial Hospital, in Thirsk, comes as Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group is urging people to express their views on alternative places to treat patients.

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  10. Devizes makes top ten of best loved market townsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | This is Wiltshire

    DEVIZES Mayor Jane Burton has led the celebrations after the town was named one of the best loved in the UK. A survey carried out by National Express asked thousands of people from all over the country to name their best market towns and Devizes came out eighth.

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  11. Nadeem Shefta stars as Magnet thrash Sessay in York Senior League Galtres div 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | Gazetteherald.co.uk

    NADEEM SHEFTA turned in a stellar performance as Tadcaster Magnet beat visitors Sessay II by 83 runs in York & District Senior League Galtres division two. Shefta top scored in Magnet's 160, Richard Till bagging 4-40, and then claimed 4-20 as he, Simon McNamara and Tyrone Naude dismissed Sessay for 77. Wetherby totalled 166, Jonathon Leckenby and Peter Kent among the wickets.

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  12. Storing up wealth of rural wisdomRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | York Press

    A COUNTRY store which "jumps through hoops to serve its customers" is looking to take a leap forward by entering the New Business category at the 2016 Press Business Awards. Rabbit Hill Country Store, of Arkendale, near Knaresborough, has "only been open since Easter and already has six staff, 'proper rural' folk who know from extensive experience exactly what they're talking about.

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  13. Sheriff Hutton Bridge batsman Harry Sutcliffe, who ended the evening league season in good styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 9 | York Press

    THE Pilmoor Evening Cricket League reached a thrilling climax when Newburgh won a cliffhanger at Sessay to leapfrog their opponents and take their first title since 1991. Newburgh, starting the night one point behind their hosts, but won by three runs, skipper Tommy Banks the hero when restricting Sessay to just four runs off the final over.

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  14. Smart filly has bright futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 9 | Sky Sports

    Local trainer Bryan Smart is excited to see what the future holds for Delectation following an impressive start to her career at Thirsk. The daughter of Delegator was close to the speed throughout the Racing UK Profits Returned To Racing Maiden Fillies' Stakes in the hands of Paul Mulrennan and showed a smart change of gear inside the last of six furlongs to pass the post two lengths clear of Windsor runner-up and odds-on favourite Tschierschen.

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  15. Yorkshire Air Ambulance's new helicopter almost ready to flyRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 9 | Wakefield Express

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A new 6m helicopter will take to the skies with the Yorkshire Air Ambulance next month after years of planning and fundraising.

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  16. Yorkshire Air Ambulance's new helicopter almost ready to flyRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 9 | Hemsworth and South Elmsall Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A new 6m helicopter will take to the skies with the Yorkshire Air Ambulance next month after years of planning and fundraising.

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  17. Racing Tips: Strath can Burn it up at NottinghamRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 9 | York Press

    STRATH BURN can make it second-time lucky for new handler Robert Cowell in the ebfstallions.com Conditions Stakes at Nottingham's evening meeting. The four-year-old was trained by Charlie Hills until June this year, when connections opted to switch the colt to Cowell's care in the hope a switch of scenery could reignite his career.

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  18. Ready for lift off: state-of-the-art helicopters about to enter serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 8 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    NEW: Director of flight operations Captain Andy Lister, chairman Peter Sunderland, vice-chairman Bruce Burns, head of special operations Mike Shanahan, clinical operations manager Pete Vallance and pilot Captain Andy Hall accept the first of the new aircr AIRBORNE life savers are now in the final stages of training before taking over two new high-tech emergency helicopters. The final countdown has begun for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance as it switches over to two A 6m Airbus H145 aircraft.

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  19. RAF veteran celebrates 100th birthdayRead the original story

    Friday Aug 5 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    BIRTHDAY: Councillor David Hugill of Hambleton District Council presenting flowers to Mr Vernon Pursell with Mrs Rita Lait, Mr Pursell's daughter, and Ian Pursell, Mr Pursell's son. Vernon Allen Pursell was born on August 1, 1916, and still lives in his own home in Thornton le Beans, between Thirsk and Northallerton , supported by family and neighbours.

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  20. Steve Hoyle at Bagby airfield. Picture: Richard Doughty PhotographyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    AN EMBATTLED airfield has unveiled fresh plans to modernise its buildings ahead of its fourth public inquiry in five years. The management of Bagby Airfield, near Thirsk, said as some of the buildings had been at the site for 40 years and were second-hand when they were moved there, changes were badly needed.

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