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Green pupils sign up to recycle

Pupils from Cundall Manor School, near Ripon, have decided to write a new chapter in the school’s future by ensuring that all plastic and metal waste office supplies are now recycled.

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Head girls go for gold

Head girls go for gold

Girls from Queen Mary’s School, just north of Ripon, have been inspired to “go for gold’ as they attended a sports conference where they met England Hockey Player, Sam Quek, MBE and BBC Sport Presenter, John Watson.

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Fundraising adds up for pupils

Fundraising adds up for pupils

Pupils at Ripon-based Outwood Primary Academy Greystone have eagerly immersed themselves in numeracy for a week-long sponsored Maths-a-thon, raising not only their mathematical mastery but also an impressive £200 for the NSPCC.

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School soup share is a tasty hit

School soup share is a tasty hit

Members of Bramham Primary School’s Gardening Club were delighted to join the village’s Monday Club recently to share with them leek and potato soup made from their first harvest of leeks – all grown in the school’s newly created allotment.

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Masham beer Off set to row head to head

Masham beer Off set to row head to head

Beers from Yorkshire and the North of England will be going “head to (non) head” against rivals from the South at a charity fundraiser being staged this month by one of the country’s best-known breweries.

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Brass Factor backs hospice

Brass Factor backs hospice

Martin House Children’s Hospice has been chosen for the second time as Charity Partner for Brass Factor 2018 when it is held in Wetherby on Saturday November 10.

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Rhinos star makes play for prison reform

One of Leeds Rhinos longest ever serving overseas players will make his final appearance for the club on Boxing Day when the Rhinos welcome Wakefield Trinity to Emerald Headingley Stadium.

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Health spotlight on young minds

Health spotlight on young minds

Helping children and young people to look after their mental health is in the spotlight as North Yorkshire marks World Mental Health Day (October 10).

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Teacher leads the way for cash

Teacher leads the way for cash

Ripon Grammar School history teacher David Bruce is leading the way with a marathon fundraiser as students prepare for this year’s Charity Week in aid of a local hospice.

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