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Villagers join forces to raise cash for Ingleton pool work

The Westmorland Gazette:

7:00am Sunday 21st September 2014

VILLAGERS are on a mission to raise thousands of pounds to carry out a major refurbishment of their community open-air swimming pool.

Ingleton Show's growing success

The Westmorland Gazette:

3:02pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

FEARS that entry numbers would be down at the Ingleton Horticultural Society Show were not borne out as organisers celebrated a successful 52nd year.

Villagers launch bid to buy community pub

The Westmorland Gazette:

9:00am Tuesday 12th August 2014

A GROUP of villagers is getting together in a bid to save their community's only pub.

Clapham aims to set up new choir

The Westmorland Gazette:

11:00am Tuesday 12th August 2014

CLAPHAM Church and nearby parishes plan to start a choir for young people.

Clapham remembers its war dead

The Westmorland Gazette:

3:51pm Monday 4th August 2014

CLAPHAM remembered its war dead at a special outdoor service commemorating the start of the First World War.

Animal magic as Dent pupils leave gifts to school

The Westmorland Gazette:

3:33pm Monday 4th August 2014

YEAR six pupils at Dent Primary School unveiled their leaving presents for other pupils on the last day of term.

Craven communities mark centenary of outbreak of the war

The Westmorland Gazette:

3:00pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

THERE will be special memorial services on Monday, August 4, at Austwick War Memorial at 10am, Clapham Churchyard at 11am and Keasden Churchyard at noon to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One.

New exhibition charts North Craven's part in World War One

The Westmorland Gazette:

10:40am Monday 28th July 2014

A new exhibition commemorating North Craven’s part in the First World Warhas opened at The Museum of North Craven Life (The Folly) in Settle.

Village crowds enjoy a fun-filled gala day at Ingleton

The Westmorland Gazette:

3:00pm Thursday 24th July 2014

AN ENTHUSIASTIC crowd of visitors and locals flocked to Ingleton’s ever popular annual gala on Saturday.

MP's gaffe as she praises the 'wrong' Ingleton

The Westmorland Gazette: MP Helen Goodman

11:00am Thursday 19th June 2014

SHADOW culture minister Helen Goodman might have expected applause after taking to a microphone to praise the natural beauty and literary heritage of Ingleton while opening the village’s annual summer fair in her constituency.

Yorkshire Dales National Park celebrates its 60th anniverary

The Westmorland Gazette: Pen-y-ghent, part of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales

2:00pm Thursday 19th June 2014

The Yorkshire Dales National Park is celebrating its 60th anniversay this year.

Judge tells former Bentham Development Trust employee to expect prison sentence for stealing £100,000

The Westmorland Gazette: Bradford Crown Court

5:10pm Friday 13th June 2014

A FORMER employee of the Bentham Development Trust has today been told to expect a prison sentence after she admitted stealing more than £100,000.

Farmer's plea for cyclists to use 'proper toilet' on Tour de France route through Dales

The Westmorland Gazette: CAUGHT SHORT: Cyclists visiting the Yorkshire Dales to attempt the Tour de France route have been urged to use a toilet rather than a field

4:21pm Tuesday 10th June 2014

A YORKSHIRE Dales farmer who caught a naked cyclist answering the call of nature in his field has urged people attempting the Tour de France route to find a proper toilet.

Tributes paid to retiring Giggleswick School headteacher

The Westmorland Gazette: Giggleswick School headmaster Geoffrey Boult

3:58pm Tuesday 10th June 2014

FULSOME tributes to the retiring headteacher of Giggleswick School have been paid by governors and staff at the school's speech day.

Sheepdog fetches record £4,500 at auction

The Westmorland Gazette: Shaun Richards with Rock

4:20pm Monday 9th June 2014

A RECORD breaking sale saw a sheepdog snapped up by a buyer from the United States for a massive £4,515.

Ingleton to Skipton bus service trial hope

3:00pm Thursday 5th June 2014

A DECISION will be made today over the future of a Dales bus service which has been scaled-back to the detriment of both residents and traders.

Bentham celebrates the forthcoming Grand Depart of the Tour de France

The Westmorland Gazette: Getting into the spirit of things at the Bentham celebrations

11:59am Wednesday 4th June 2014

SOME of the first celebrations of the Grand Depart of the Tour de France have kicked off with a decidedly fishy event.

Ingleton library to host creative writing workshops

2:00pm Tuesday 27th May 2014

A SERIES of creative writing workshops are to be held at Ingleton library with best-selling author Saviour Pirotti.

Ingleton fish and chips sign sparks planning row

The Westmorland Gazette: The sign at Ingleton

11:00am Thursday 8th May 2014

A NATIONAL park authority has been criticised for clamping down on a businessman’s attempts to attract visitors to a Dales village.

Send us your First World War memories

The Westmorland Gazette: Send us your First World War memories

5:50pm Tuesday 1st April 2014

ALMOST every family lost a son, in nearly every street at least one house would be in mourning.

Craven pupils step back in time

The Westmorland Gazette: Craven primary pupils Anna Maudsley, Katie Gugeon, Charlotte Stewart and Charlotte Wilson rolling Victorian-style wooden hoops

3:31pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

YOUNGSTERS from three North Craven schools stepped back in time to the Victoria era.

Clapham's Alan Bennett named as a top Yorkshire icon

The Westmorland Gazette: Alan Bennett

7:00pm Tuesday 25th March 2014

WENSLEYDALE cheese, Swaledale sheep and writer Alan Bennett have all been named on a list of Yorkshire’s best-loved icons.

Full steam ahead at model rail fair

The Westmorland Gazette: Former district chairman Norman Dray, who had the winning layout at the Scout Rail Fair in Settle, with Tom Lothian and William Arber from Settle Scouts and Cubs

10:00am Tuesday 25th March 2014

IT was full steam ahead at the Ingleborough District Model Rail Fair at Settle Primary School.

It's 25 years since the Settle-Carlisle railway line was saved

The Westmorland Gazette: A steam train passes across the Ribblehead Viaduct

11:00am Thursday 27th February 2014

THIS spring sees a significant anniversary in British railway history – 25 years since the Settle to Carlisle line was saved. After a six-year battle, it was announced on April 11, 1989 that the Government had rejected British Rail’s plan to close it. A quarter of a century on, 1.2million passengers now travel on England’s most scenic railway every year.

Send The Westmorland Gazette your stories from the First World War

The Westmorland Gazette: Send The Westmorland Gazette your stories from the First World War

12:59pm Wednesday 19th February 2014

ALMOST every family lost a son, in nearly every street at least one house would be in mourning.

Ingleton Folk Weekend organiser to stand down

The Westmorland Gazette: CRAFTED SONGS: Ralph McTell

8:40pm Tuesday 18th February 2014

THE organiser of Ingleton Folk Weekend is to stand down after 13 successful years.

INTERVIEW: Brit-nominated John Newman talks about his background and career

The Westmorland Gazette: Chart topper John Newman

10:00am Thursday 6th February 2014

IF there was a sound that summed up 2013, the soulful pop anthems belted out by Settle’s John Newman would have to be one of the main contenders.

Share your family's stories of the First World War

5:40pm Wednesday 5th February 2014

ALMOST every family lost a son, in nearly every street at least one house would be in mourning.

What do you think is so special about the Yorkshire Dales?

4:11pm Wednesday 5th February 2014

A MAGIC Moments competition has been opened by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority to coincide with the launch of its new website.

Dales students to host auction of promises

5:25pm Monday 3rd February 2014

Settle College students Jack Brennand and Luke Jeffery will be hosting an auction of promises to raise funds for a once in a lifetime trip to Sri Lanka on Sunday, February 16.

Ingleton post office solution plea

10:00pm Wednesday 29th January 2014

SKIPTON and Ripon MP Julian Smith, right, met Coun Carl Lis and Ingleton Parish Council to hear about the town’s Post Office which closed on Monday due to the premises being withdrawn by the owner.

Former mill owner Manny Jackson dies at 101

The Westmorland Gazette: Manny Jackson

9:07am Tuesday 21st January 2014

ONE of Bentham’s oldest residents has died, aged 101.

A tasty way to raise funds at Ingleton

The Westmorland Gazette: Director Liz Cartmell and producer Carl Lis about to sample one of the delicious cakes on sale

4:41pm Monday 20th January 2014

A STEADY stream of people called in at the Ingleborough Community Centre in Ingleton to support Ingleton Theatre Group’s annual coffee morning.

Arty bloomers recall naughty rumours

The Westmorland Gazette: Marjan Wouda with the bloomers

12:10pm Thursday 16th January 2014

A PAIR of steel ‘bloomers’ could take pride of place hanging from a tree in Bentham.

New bid to save Burton-in-Lonsdale school from the axe

11:30am Thursday 16th January 2014

AN UNDER-threat North Yorkshire primary school has been given a stay of execution.

Settle singer John Newman is running for a Brit Award

The Westmorland Gazette: Settle singer John Newman is running for a Brit Award

4:11pm Friday 10th January 2014

SETTLE singer John Newman has a double chance of picking up a coveted Brit Award in 2014.

Giggleswick barn appeal dismissed

6:00am Wednesday 8th January 2014

Residential plans for a barn in Dallicar Lane, Giggleswick, have been dismissed on appeal to the Planning Inspectorate.

Ingleton library to get its own artist

10:00pm Wednesday 25th December 2013

INGLETON Library is to get an artist in residence thanks to a £100,000 grant from Arts Council England.

South African and Settle children grow closer

11:28am Monday 16th December 2013

SOUTH African and Settle children grew closer with the visit of a teacher from Kwesana School.

Settle singer John Newman makes debut at Royal Variety performance

The Westmorland Gazette: Settle singer John Newman makes debut at Royal Variety performance

10:53am Wednesday 11th December 2013

CHART–TOPPING Settle singer John Newman made his debut appearance at the Royal Variety Perfomance in London.

Bentham to benefit from £18,000 grant to help boost visitors

The Westmorland Gazette: Bentham town centre

2:30pm Wednesday 21st August 2013

BENTHAM is set to benefit from an £18,000 financial boost for a project designed to increase the number of visitors to the town.

Farm equipment stolen near Dent

5:25pm Wednesday 7th August 2013

PROPERTY worth £900 was stolen during a burglary at farm in Cowgill, Dent.

Penalty for living in the countryside: new report highlights inequalities between rural and urban living

1:07pm Wednesday 24th July 2013

COUNTRYSIDE communities suffer from a ‘rural penalty’ that the government is not doing enough to address.

Dirty nappies, used BBQs and old chip trays - 'lazy selfish' litter bugs blasted by National Park boss

The Westmorland Gazette: Ranger Richard Mainman clears up. Photo courtesy of YDNPA

7:50pm Wednesday 10th July 2013

VISITORS to the Yorkshire Dales National Park are being asked to make a special effort to clean up after a massive increase in litterbugging over the last fortnight.

Hundreds of 'lost sheep' used to promote the Yorkshire Dales-Tour de France link

2:18pm Tuesday 9th July 2013

VISITORS to the Yorkshire Dales are being asked to help find 200 'lost' sheep in yellow jerseys.

Contraflow in operation on the A66 at the Cumbrian border

5:01pm Friday 14th June 2013

DRIVERS travelling along the A66 between West Bowes and the Cumbrian border are advised to allow extra time for their journeys due to essential roadworks taking place from this evening.

Snapped driveshaft puts paid to Wright's chances at Dukeries

4:43pm Tuesday 11th June 2013

BENTHAM driver David Wright was robbed of the chance to push for victory on last weekend’s Dukeries rally when a driveshaft snapped to drop him down the leaderboard.

Cumbria U15s beat Lancashire at Parkside Road

11:41am Thursday 6th June 2013

CUMBRIA Girls U15 cricket team captained by Netherfield CC’s Sarah Earl won the North Area County Age Group U15 T20 Tournament played at Parkside Road last Wednesday and Thursday.

Olympians join forces with Banks Lyon Jewellers to help raise more than £23,000 for charity

The Westmorland Gazette: Ingleton team The Amateurs (from L-R): Edward Fairhurst, Andrew Hargreaves, Matthew Howson and Roger Pilkington.

3:25pm Wednesday 29th May 2013

TEAMS from Cumbria, north Yorkshire and North Lancashire and two Olympians helped to raise more than £23,000 for charity.

Special fundraiser planned at Ingleton to help wheelchair-bound lovers of the great outdoors

12:09pm Wednesday 29th May 2013

ONE woman’s pledge to dramatically improve mobility for wheelchair-bound lovers of the great outdoors looks set to receive a welcome cash boost. TV presenter Julia Bradbury, Wensleydale Creamery, Theakston Brewery, Yorkshire Trike Tours and the Jorvik Viking Centre are just some of those who have agreed to help make Debbie North’s dream come true by donating a bumper crop of prizes for a special fundraiser at Country Harvest, Ingleton, on Saturday, June 8.

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