A PRIMARY school is to have its winning design for a wildlife garden recreated in its grounds. Grewelthorpe CE Primary School in Ripon was selected from hundreds of entries as winner of a national competition to design a wildlife corridor inspired by canal-side habitats. Bishop Monkton CE Primary School, near Harrogate was one of six runners up in the national contest, which was judged by a team of experts.
A CHARITY which ensures people with learning disabilities can take part in leisure activities, has received a donation which will enable them to reach those living in isolated communities. Breathing Space was set up in 1994 to enable adults with learning disabilities in Hambleton and Richmondshire to pursue leisure activities on weekends and evenings and join in with community activities.
AN OPTICIANS in North Yorkshire has raised more than £1,000 for charity which supports a little-known condition. Specsavers in Northallerton raised the money for the charity Myaware, which supports those who suffer myasthenia gravis. The team on the store on the High Street hosted a raft of raffles and collection boxes in store to raise the money.
An entire council has resigned en masse in protest at plans to convert a former stately home into an outdoor activity centre for young people. Previous objectors described the prospect of noise from children playing hide and seek at the site as "worrying" https://t.co/o0obsPZJqihttps://t.co/Wc2f1vxPsn
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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