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Yorkshire rail strikes confirmed this week: What days will trains be affected?

Rail commuters in Yorkshire face a fresh wave of strikes this week as part of a long-running dispute over the role of guards on trains.

Transport

Yorkshire Dales-themed garden wins gold at Chelsea Flower Show

A garden inspired by the Yorkshire Dales has won a prestigious gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
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Robert's Rose Bowl ant Sowerby Bridge West End Bowling Club. John Halliday.

Easy for Holroyd and Halliday

Phillip Holroyd and John Halliday won the Sowerby Bridge Association’s George Parkin Pairs, sponsored by Tony Leach, at West End on Sunday.

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Phoebe Suthers (right) with national deaf tennis coach Catherine Fletcher

Breakthrough wins for Phoebe

Phoebe Suthers claimed her first senior international titles with a sensational set of performances at the 2018 Slovenia Deaf Open in Portoroz over the weekend.

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Yorkshire's beautiful landscape provides a wonderful setting in which to retire

The Golden Years: Why Yorkshire is the best place to enjoy retirement

When to comes to retirement, there are few better places to settle down and enjoy the golden years than right here in Yorkshire.
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Yorkshire set for another blazing Bank Holiday weekend

It's very rare we get to enjoy a sunny Bank Holiday - and now we are about to have two in the same month.

Environment
Cricket - Walsden v Heyside. Walsden bowler Joe Gale.

Record weekend for Joe

Joe Gale made it a 312-run weekend and set a new club record as Walsden completed a quick hat-trick yesterday.

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Sports director handed 50 day ban after almost colliding with Tour de Yorkshire marshal

A team sports director who almost ran over a Tour de Yorkshire marshal has been handed a 50 day suspension and a fine of 5,000 Swiss francs (£3,700).
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Chapel’s stunning collapse

Chapel’s stunning collapse

ILLINGWORTH went top of the Halifax League’s middle section by thrashing previous leaders Great Horton Park Chapel by 277 runs.

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Actions from Warley v Shelf Northowram, cricket, at Warley CC. Pictured is Greg Keywood

All-rounder Greg trims Hedge Top

Greg Keywood had a day to remember as Warley showed good powers of recovery in the Premier Division of the Spenser Wilson Halifax League yesterday.

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Rugby league - Siddal v Leigh Miners Rangers. Danny Williams for Siddal.

Shock Siddal defeat on Humberside

Siddal’s steady improvement came to a juddering halt with a 32-28 defeat away to a Myton Warriors side who have been struggling in the National Conference League’s top section this season.

Rugby
Actions from Lightcliffe v Scholes, cricket, at Lightcliffe CC. Pictured is Joshua Wheatley celebrate

Sting in tail after Cockburn ton

Northowram Fields were trying to pick themselves up for a cup game against Birstall today after losing to a six off the last ball at Carlton yesterday.

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Author, Ian Emberson is pictured at the Bear Cafe, Todmorden with his new book, "Yorkshire Lives and Landscapes".

New novel keeps alive the legacy of late author Ian

Bright Sari in a Darkened Street - Ian Emberson

Arts
Tell folk about Sunjay

Tell folk about Sunjay

Sunjay

Music
More great shows lined up for Brighouse Festival

More great shows lined up for Brighouse Festival

Brighouse Arts Festival

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Pam Lloyd PR BerryWorld (6th April 2016)

Blueberry Friands

Here’s a wonderful recipe for yummy almond cakes studded with blueberries topped with flaked almonds.

Whats on
Three Moors from Ogden Reservoir ...

Three Moors from Ogden Reservoir ...

Beginning from the Ogden Reservoir car park [donation required], this relatively challenging 12 mile route offers fantastic views. Go through the gate next to where an ice cream van is usually parked [GR SE 065 309].

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