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Former nurse to serve in Sherburn; A former nurse will be among 15 women and men to be ordained Deacon by the Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell at York Minster on Saturday June 26. Jun 15, 2021 208
School joins litter council campaign; Sherburn High School has teamed up with Selby District Council to tackle littering. Jun 15, 2021 180
Town interior designer bucks lockdown; A Wetherby interior designer is bucking the effects of lockdown and increasing its staff levels to cope with increased demand. Jun 14, 2021 349
Couple celebrate 70 years of marriage; A Wetherby couple recently celebrated their platinum wedding. Jun 10, 2021 286
Search for young driver 2021; Entries for the Young Driver Challenge 2021 are now open and the hunt has begun to find the 40 best young drivers in the UK, who must be aged from 10 to 17 years old, to compete in a national final. Jun 9, 2021 179
Official opening of replacement market; Wetherby's new artisan markets will open this weekend. Jun 9, 2021 336
Yarn bombs decorate village to celebrate U3A; Sherburn-in-Elmet has been decked out in "yarn bombs" to encourage residents to consider joining a community group aimed at combatting loneliness in retirement. Jun 8, 2021 274
New recruit ready to get elderly active; A charity's newest addition says she cannot wait to begin offering activities to isolated older people who've spent months alone and behind closed doors. Jun 8, 2021 382
Residents urged to leave the car at home; People across the Leeds City Council area are being asked to make one small change to a weekly journey by leaving the car at home and choosing to walk, cycle, or use the bus instead. Jun 8, 2021 169
Vaccination rollout boost in Wetherby; The NHS vaccination rollout in Leeds is getting a boost with the addition of four new pharmacy centres - including Wetherby. Jun 7, 2021 164
Take the plunge with hospice; People are being urged to take the plunge and abseil from one of Yorkshire's landmarks to raise money for Martin House Children's Hospice this summer. Jun 4, 2021 344
Cafe lifeline for elderly reopens; A charity has reopened a much loved cafe lifeline for older people. Jun 4, 2021 312
Sign for McDonald's Fun Football sessions; Local McDonald's franchisee is providing 120 hours of free, safe, Fun Football sessions for children from Boston Spa this month. Jun 4, 2021 156
Dash-cam appeal after crash; Police are appealing for witnesses and dash-cam footage following a collision involving a motorcyclist and two cars. Jun 2, 2021 194
Carbon neutral in nine years; A Wetherby church has won a grant to help discover how to achieve carbon neutral for the community within ten years. Jun 2, 2021 357
Arrests made in county lines work; North Yorkshire Police arrested 20 people and made 87 welfare visits to 95 vulnerable people during a national week of action to tackle "county lines" drug dealing. Jun 1, 2021 231
Memory Cafe reopens in Sherburn Old Girls School; Sherburn-in-Elmet's popular Memory Cafe, which was forced to close during the first lockdown more than a year ago, has now re-opened following the easing of lockdown rules. Jun 1, 2021 335
Author publishes fifth book for charity; Wetherby-based author Paul Duffin has released his fifth charity book. Jun 1, 2021 181
Call for talent to take centre stage; Wetherby Arts Festival organisers have put the call out for talented locals to take to the stage this September. Jun 1, 2021 372
Festival returns with host of events; Organisers of the Boston Spa Village Festival have unveiled a feast of activities for the sixth event in July. May 28, 2021 405
Carehome residents celebrate; Knaresborough carehome residents turned back the clock to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day. May 14, 2021 152
Drive to plastic free; Wetherby is pushing forward with its bid to become a single-use plastic free community. May 13, 2021 247
Ward councillor vows to help pandemic recovery; Wetherby Ward Councillor Alan Lamb says it is vital to support local businesses out of the pandemic. May 12, 2021 862
Blind teenage swimmer aims for GB squad; A Spofforth teenager has won sponsorship to help him in his bid to become a GB Paralympic swimmer. May 12, 2021 351
Stockeld Park to stage family music festival; Stockeld Park's annual family music festival is returning this August bank holiday and organisers say it is guaranteed to be bigger and better. May 11, 2021 307
Town farmers market to be exchanged; Wetherby is set to get a new artisan market from next month to replace its Farmers Market. May 11, 2021 424
Young people create good mental health; On national Mental Health Awareness Week (May 10-16), Leeds City Council is launching a range of new resources created by young people for their peers to support positive mental health and wellbeing. May 10, 2021 443
Drive in and open air cinema dates; Luna Cinema is bringing its drive-in season to Harewood House next month and will return in September with its open air offering. May 7, 2021 339
IT firm donates laptops to High; A Wetherby IT firm has helped the town's High School to buy 16 laptops for pupils struggling to access online resources. May 5, 2021 344
Food festival heads back to Harewood House in May; Great British Food Festival is heading back to Harewood House on the May Bank Holiday. May 5, 2021 305
Milestone reached by bike recycling scheme in village; A scheme to recycle bikes has reached a milestone this week. Apr 16, 2021 237

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