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The Grain Column with Emma Croft

Although volatile, both old and new crop feed wheat values are unchanged this week. Feed wheat for spot collection continues to be valued in the region of £150/T ex-farm whilst movement further forward into the summer months is offering up to £160/T ex-farm.

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Ellise Sanchez-Garci with Lo gan Stiffell and his range of new sensory toys

Teenage girl’s head shave to help Logan

A teenager from Market Weighton raised more than £700 when she shaved her head to support a little boy she has watched grow up.

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HSBC  bank was destroyed in a ramraide by theives in 2015

Raided bank could become new shops

A bank which closed after it was ram-raided by theives could re-open as two shops.

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‘Golden’ boy is crowned best young chef

A teenager from Stamford Bridge has been crowned Yorkshire’s best young chef.

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Sir Greg Knight says his thoughts go out to the innocent victims

London attack: Pocklington MP's 'thoughts are with the innocent victims'

Five people have died and at least 40 have been injured in the terror attack in London yesterday.

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How the tragedy unfolded: Attack outside Parliament in London

How the tragedy unfolded: Attack outside Parliament in London

At least five people have been killed in a terror attack in London.

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London attack: Police treating incident as terrorism

The Metropolitan Police are treating today's attack on the Houses of Parliament as a terrorist incident 'until we know otherwise'.
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European Unison composer Ruth Spencer Jolly

WATCH LIVE 10.30AM THURSDAY: Brexit debate and European Unison piano concert on Facebook Live

A Brexit inspired piano concert will get its world premiere with a free public performance in Yorkshire - but we are giving you an exclusive preview on Facebook Live.
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Burnby Hall Pocklington.
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Meeting up with a cuppa for PSP

Residents gathered together for a monthly support group to catch up, indulge in tea and coffee and raise funds for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Association.

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Centre will close for a week for improvement works

Wicstun centre to close temporarily next week

The Wicstun Centre, in Market Weighton, will closed temporarily next week as improvement work is carried out.

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The police would like to speak to man and woman pictured

CCTV appeal after counterfeit £20 notes used

Police would like to speak to a man and woman following a number of incidents of counterfeit £20 being used in the Pocklington area.

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Video: Heavy snow falls in Yorkshire trapping cars and disturbing lambs on second day of Spring

These chilly photos show how just 15cm of snow has caused traffic chaos across the North of Britain - which has seen a HGV sliding SIDEWAYS down the road.

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A sheep and lambs in the snow near Leyburn in the Yorkshire Dales as snow hits parts of the UK.

Yorkshire weather: North Yorkshire under a blanket of snow as winter returns with a chill in the air

Heavy snow left much of northern Yorkshire under a blanket of snow this morning as spring was once more shunted into the shadows by winter.
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Justice Secretary Liz Truss

Yorkshire town to host new prison

The town of Full Sutton in East Yorkshire has been chosen as the site for one of four new prisons, ministers will announce today, as they move ahead with plans to overhaul the country’s creaking jail network.

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GP’s plea ignored as governing body votes to axe beds and minor injuries units

GP’s plea ignored as governing body votes to axe beds and minor injuries units

A last-minute plea to listen to the concerns of GPs representing 50,000 patients was ignored today as the governing body of the East Riding CCG voted to approve controversial plans to close three minor injuries units.

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Where are mobile speed cameras this week?

Where to spot mobile speed cameras this week

Motorists can keep on the lookout for fixed and mobile speed camera route across the East Riding.
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One of early Fowler Track Marshall crawlers dragging up red clover stubble.

The farming column with Sam Walton

February Fill Dyke certainly lived up to it’s name this year and well into March too.

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Major Percy Stewart

Tickets still available for Major Percy Stewart talk

Tickets are still available for the talk on Major Percy Stewart, a Man of his Times’.

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The Yorkshire weather is set to take a turn on the chilly side.

Yorkshire weather: It's officially the first day of spring... so expect some snow and wintry showers this week

THE Equinox heralded the first day of spring today, just as weather experts warned of a cold snap that could see snow falling across the county this week.

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Pocklington Schools maths team compete in the London final.

School Spotlight column

Pocklington School finished tenth out of 1,296 teams entered into a national competition to test the highest performing mathematics students in the UK.

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