Red Nose Day in Leeds: Your photos of Comic Relief celebrations

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Leeds dog charity to hold classes on introducing pets to new babies

Leeds dog charity to hold classes on introducing pets to new babies

Are you a dog owner who's expecting a baby?

Clive and Angela Jordan recreate their wedding photos at The Mansion, Roundhay Park

Wedding venue recreates couple's big day 50 years on

A couple who celebrated their marriage in Roundhay Park 50 years ago got to enjoy the wedding breakfast again when the venue's new owners offered to recreate part of their special day.
Oscar with his parents Simon and Caroline. Picture by Daniel Oxtoby (s).

Family's joy as businesses raise £10,000 for Canada treatment of little Oscar, 3, from Knaresborough

An incredible £10,000 has been raised by individuals and businesses in Harrogate enabling a young boy to undergo specialist treatment in Canada.

Little Macey Clarke shows off her cheeky smile in the garden at home.

CAMPAIGN: Our mission to raise £35,000 for a little girl who dreams of walking

The Harrogate Advertiser Series would like to invite you, to support ‘Our Mission for Macey’.

Pat and Glen hold their anniversary cards up proud.

Platinum celebration for Ripon couple who met during WW2

A Ripon couple who met in the final year of WW2 have looked back on their long life together as they celebrated their platinum wedding anniversary.
Recruits leave Westminster Chambers. Picture: John Sheehan (s)

First World War: Remembering the brave Harrogate Terriers

100 years ago, Harry Holmes from St. Mary’s Walk in Harrogate was declared missing at the Battle of The Somme. He was a celebrity in his home town and a hero on the Western Front.

Ash Cottage, Ravensworth

Cottage offers best of old and new and a taste of the “Good Life”

Ash Cottage, Ravensworth


Masongill cottage

Secret love and the cottage where Sherlock was “born”

This beautiful house, near Ingleton, was once the home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s mother and is said to have inspired his most famous characters, Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson. Sheena Hastings reports.

The cost of a foreign holiday could be set to increase again.

UK families may have to pay ‘holiday tax’ after Brexit

Britons travelling to continental Europe after Brexit could have to pay for permission to enter EU countries, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has conceded.

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7.8 million adults in the UK use dating sites

Over-50s move online to find a partner

With websites like Tinder popular with the more youthful end of the dating market, over-50s may feel left out when it comes to finding a partner.
Chris Binnie, Trustee - Our Angels

Harrogate charity complains to BBC over misleading pregnancy advice

A Harrogate charity for bereaved parents has made an official complaint to the BBC over misleading content in a TV series about pregnancy.


Thousands of Harrogate men members of adultery website, Ashley Madison

More than 2,000 people from Harrogate had signed up as users to adultery website, Ashley Madison, it has been revealed.

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WATCH: Man proposes on stage at the Royal Hall in Harrogate

When Howard Corrin decided he wanted to get down on bended knee and propose to his girlfriend one year, he knew he wanted to do it differently.

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Launch of North Yorkshire's Healthy Child Service

Healthy Child Service launched in North Yorkshire

A Healthy Child Service focusing on prevention and early intervention, will be launched on April 1 by North Yorkshire County Council.

Stanley Crossley's letters to Elizabeth displayed at How Stean Gorge (s)

Soldier’s love letters from WWI trenches on display in Harrogate

The Harrogate Advertiser Series is marking 100 years since the First World War by sharing letters and pictures from the time. This month, DAN WINDHAM reads love letters written by a soldier serving in the trenches of the conflict, now on display at How Stean Gorge.

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NADV 1502021AM3 John Foster-Naylor and Peter Foster-Naylor. (1502021AM3)

Wedding couple show true grit despite icy setback

A Harrogate man was left hobbling on his wedding day after the path outside his home was left ungritted.

Red line plan for Flaxby housing development. Pic by: Skelwith Group

Entire new village proposed at Flaxby

An entire new village could be built in the Harrogate district.

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Aerial view of Collingham.

Collingham housing plan unanimously reject by council

The plans to build up to 150 houses on a Collinngham field have been rejected unanimously by Leeds City Council (LCC).

Date:18th October 2104, Picture James Hardisty, (JH1005/71p). Countryside Live event held at the Great Yorkshire Ground, Harrogate. Pictured Large crowds attending the event.

Countryside Live: Families enjoy ‘brilliant day out’

From sheep shows to pony rides, ferret racing to mountain biking, pigeon judging to farriery competitions this year’s Countryside Live boasted hours of entertainment.

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