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Category Archives: News

£8.7 Million To Be Spent On Making Busy A658 Road Safer

Accident rates in North Yorkshire are among the highest in the entire country. Despite the number of fatal accidents in Harrogate and the rest of North Yorkshire having gone down by a third, the county still ranks poorly when compared to its counterparts. Therefore, transport bosses have pledged to spend millions improving the safety of the A658, […]

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Harrogate’s Overgrown Grass Verges

Harrogate’s Overgrown Grass Verges Prompt Safety Concerns For Drivers Harrogate is on high alert following a serious crash at one of the town’s busiest crossroads. North Yorkshire council are required to save £44 million over the next four years and they state they’ve already made significant savings by cutting frontline services. The crash which took place at […]

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Harrogate’s Roads Putting Taxi Drivers’ Safety At Risk

Dire Condition of Harrogate’s Roads Putting Taxi Drivers’ Safety At Risk North Yorkshire has secured a further £3.2 million to tackle the county’s pothole problem. Four locations in Harrogate will be worked on by the Highways Agency in a bid to improve local roads, which are putting thousands of taxi drivers at risk each time they get […]

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New and Innovative Harrogate Antenatal Classes

Harrogate Antenatal Classes are an excellent way to prepare you for becoming a parent for the first time or for growing your family. There are many options to choose from in Harrogate including the NHS Antenatal Classes. The NHS Antenatal Classes https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/antenatal-classes-pregnant/ are free to attend and full of fantastic information and you also get […]

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New Ground – Pannal Sports JFC – Can You help?

In January Pannal Sports JFC submitted a formal application to the Football Foundation who praised them on the quality of the work done to date – big thanks to Mark Taylor, Graham Barker and others. They should hear in April if they have been successful. If so it would allow them to get started on […]

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Oatlands Pre-School Easter “Egg”Stravaganza

Oatlands Pre-School Egg Stravaganza,Saturday 19th March – 10am until 12noon Come and and enjoy fun and games with Oatlands Pre-School! Special guest: **an appearance from Peppa Pig**, live Easter chicks, petting animals, raffle, crafts, games and much more!! Saturday 19th March – 10am until 12noon Come and and enjoy fun and games with Oatlands Pre-School! […]

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SHOULD HOME OWNERS CONDUCT VIEWINGS?

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive from home owners, is whether they should show prospective viewers around their home or should they let the estate agent do it? Afterall, as the owner they know the property intimately after the many years they have been there and can pass on all the details […]

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Did you know there’s an old railway tunnel and air raid shelter underneath Harrogate? The tunnel was abandoned 146 years ago and the far end near Leeds road became an air raid shelter during the war years. Phill Davison is a member of the Leeds historical expedition society. He recently photographed and documented the little-known […]

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