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Walking festival to showcase best of the Wolds.

An annual festival designed to put the Yorkshire Wolds on a national and international stage has expanded even further to showcase the best the area can offer.

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Helen Boston, a planning consultant at land, property and business consultancy George F White.

Landowners in Pocklington area urged to look at development opportunities

Farmers and landowners in the Pocklington area have been urged to take advantage of current development opportunities that have arisen across the region due to the absence of a five-year housing land supply.

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The Hull Old Skool Mini club will feature at the Fimber Halt venue.

Best of British show at Wolds Railway

The Yorkshire Wolds Railway (YWR) group is adding the final touches to its Best of British event which will be held at its Fimber Halt base.

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The Happy Helpers  Cary, Katie, Lilia and Niamh.

Lifestyle team make visits a piece of cake

Four pupils from Melbourne School have been helping out at Stoneleigh Home for the Elderly in Bielby as part of their Lifestyle project.

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Red Polls were a well-known dual purpose breed before heavy milking breeds came onto the market.

The Farming Column with Sam Walton

Mentioning continental cattle breeds last month and following on from the farm visit, the next door farm to where the Limousins were, also have beef cattle but one of our 12 native breeds – the Red Poll.

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Motorists using the main A166 road through Stamford Bridge are being warned to drive carefully after stones were spilt on the highway.

Drivers warned over stones on the road

Motorists using the main A166 route through Stamford Bridge are being warned to drive carefully after stones were spilt on the highway.

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Committee members are given a guided tour of the site.

Park committee are powered up

Members of the Jubilee Park committee at Fangfoss enjoyed a powerhouse evening following an invitation to Drax Power Station.

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North Yorkshire Police has released a film about their new initiative Project Servator

Video: Police mark 50th deployment of "unpredictable policing" project

North Yorkshire Police has released a video marking the 50th time teams have been sent out to "deny, detect and deter" criminal and terrorist activity in crowded places.

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The weather forecast with Trevor Appleton.

The week-ahead weather for East Yorkshire and Ryedale with Trevor Appleton

Here is the week-ahead forecast for East Yorkshire and Ryedale delivered by Trevor Appleton.

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Helen Rook is hoping  to set up a Friends of St Leonards group.

St Leonard’s unveils new area fundraiser

St Leonard’s Hospice has a new community fundraiser covering Pocklington, Market Weighton and Shiptonthorpe, as well as other East Yorkshire areas.

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Jane Frith and James Foxton at Townend English celebrate the impending Market Street move.

Company to relocate as it builds on success

A Pocklington-based business is moving, but not too far, as it continues to grow.

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Amelia Budworth from Beverley uses body painting as a starting point for her paintings.

Chance to see artists at work in open studios

Open Studios

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Speaker Noel Stamp with Pocklington Probus Club chairman David Brown.

Member delivers great talk focusing on a changing city

After conduction a small amount of business, the Pocklington Probus Club chairman David Brown asked member Noel Stamp to give his talk entitled ‘Manchester then and now’.

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Catering manager Bev Corduff, Andrew DArcy (domestic bursar) and domestic services manager Moira Blenkin with the new booklet.

Chance to hire school facilities

Pocklington School has launched a new facilities hire booklet which includes a greater offering of residential facilities than ever before.

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An artist's impression of McCarthy and Stone's new retirement Living development Rogerson Court.

Builder’s bid to support local charity

Housebuilder McCarthy and Stone has launched a search for a local charity to support in Pocklington and the surrounding area as its new retirement Living development, Rogerson Court, on Scaife Garth, starts to take shape.

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Pastor Dr Alex Appiah

The Church Column with Pastor Dr Alex Appiah

Life must have a purpose to become meaningful and worth living. Many go through life without realising their purpose and in order to live an impactful life.

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Looks like a school play - late 90s.

Down Memory Lane - the 1990s in pictures

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Love Pocklington Partner Businesses: Vince Morgan from Readwell and Wright, Graham Reed from Bumblebee Cottage, Clare and Neil Saunders from Swirlz Gelato and Simon Hudson and Sophie Metcalfe, directors of Love Pocklington.

Top local offers on the card

A loyalty card scheme has launched in Pocklington to encourage more people to shop local.

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Pilgrimage of Grace walk takes place on Sunday.

Ten of the Best events this week

1 Last Night of the Proms

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Whats on in the Pocklington, Market Weighton and East Riding area

What’s on this week

Listed below is the latest set of events to keep people entertained over the next couple of weeks.

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