Wharfe Valley

Wharfe Valley

YEP Says: Rachel’s death is such a tragic loss

THE campaign by Rachel Carrack to raise money for cancer treatment takes the breath away.

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Tributes paid to tragic cancer Leeds mum who sparked a campaign backed by thousands

Tributes paid to tragic cancer Leeds mum who sparked a campaign backed by thousands

An inspirational mum from Leeds who sparked a campaign backed by thousands has died after a fierce battle with cancer.

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House buyers are attracted to the farmers' market in Otley

Farmers’ market pushes up Otley house prices by £94,000

PROPERTY PRICES in a West Yorkshire town have risen by more than 50 per cent because buyers are attracted by its farmers’ market, it was claimed today.

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GROUNDSMAN: Ed Wood with Mark McKinley from Guinness World Records before Saturdays game.

Record-breaking football fan Ed has grounds for a celebration

Football fan Ed Wood was feeling just champion today after breaking the record for attending a match at all 93 league grounds in England and Wales the shortest space of time.

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Police probe series of arsons after Leeds football club targeted

Police are investigating a series of arsons carried out in Guiseley during the past month, including a fire which caused considerable damage at the town’s football ground.

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Restaurant review: Stone Trough, Harrogate Road, Leeds

Restaurant review: Stone Trough, Harrogate Road, Leeds

I must have driven past this place about a dozen times before I finally decided to pull in and give it a go and overall, I’m glad I did.

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SUPPORT: David Finlay, Wally Whale and Truddi Hannaford with coaching course participants.

Leeds business saves the day in the wake of blaze

FOOTBALL club volunteers left despairing after an arson attack have been able to run holiday sessions for children thanks to the generous actions of a local business.

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Sooz Moloney and Fran Hutchinson will set off in April.

Charity walk for Fran in footsteps of grandparents

Two friends will walk the breadth of the country to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society after a family member was diagnosed with the illness.

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Video: Bargain hunters queue by the hundred at new Guiseley Aldi to see Brownlees

HUNDREDS of people queued in the dark outside a new Yorkshire supermarket this morning to try to get their hands on a £40 laptop and catch a glimpse of Olympic heroes Jonny and Alistair Brownlee.

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Volunteers at Ilkley (Karen Ross)

Volunteers wanted for Yorkshire's biggest tennis tournament

A Yorkshire tennis club is searching for volunteers to help run the county's only professional tournament.

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Dangerous driver smashes into telegraph pole after high speed police chase in Leeds

A driver lost control and crashed into a telegraph pole at the end of a police chase.

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Cost-cutting ‘review’ of Leeds bin routes could see some rounds reduced

Leeds council is slashing the number of bin rounds across the city as it looks to streamline the service and shave millions off its waste management budget.

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The 2016 Hunted contestants, including Leeds pair Anna May and Elizabeth Garnett (left)

Could you be Hunted? TV show seeks new contestants

Producers of a TV show are looking for daring contestants to 'go to ground' in a bid to evade capture in 21st-century Britain.

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Leeds Bradford Airport to run therapy course for frightened passengers

Leeds Bradford Airport to run therapy course for frightened passengers

Scared of flying?

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Missing budgie spotted in Leeds retail park

Missing budgie spotted in Leeds retail park

Is this your pet bird?
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Walking: A bracing day out through the heather

What’s the difference between Burley Moor and Ilkley Moor? Nothing!

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New unit at Leeds hospital to cut bed-blocking

A 26-bedded unit is to be opened at a Leeds hospital to tackle bed-blocking, as NHS chiefs grapple with unprecedented demand.

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Revealed: The top 10 crime hotspots in Leeds

Hospitals, supermarkets and a petrol station are among the top 10 hotspots for criminal activity in Leeds, the YEP can exclusively reveal.

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Next step for bid to restore Otley Lido

A Chilly river dip helped to launch a funding campaign towards restoring a former outdoor swimming pool.

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The Yard, Yeadon. PIC: Tony Johnson

Bar review: The Yard, Yeadon, Leeds

THe Yard in Yeadon has taken on the baton from its predecessor, The Aviator, which was forced to close in February last year following a number of highly publicised bar brawls which resulted in its licence being suspended.

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