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A camera on the roof of the station building at Bentham

CCTV system at Bentham Station is a shining example of partnership working

YHACS members in Christ Church hall with the mayor, Cllr Gordon Bell, his consort Mrs Bell, and next to her YHACS chairman Kevin Trickett and YHACS president Peter Cooper. Picture by Ella Hatfield

Civic society members from across the region gather in Skipton

Cllr Andy Solloway

Post Office branch in Skipton may be on the move

Chamber of Trade committee member Diane Lowe

Tourists left 'stranded' after Grassington hotel closes its doors

Bins on the steep streets around Skipton.

New bin collection system to be rolled out across Craven

Dales Volunteer Mark Barnes with a group of youngsters. Picture courtesy of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.

Volunteers sought to look after the Dales

Mary Arnold Award winner Joan Barrett and runner-up John Brigg at the presentation ceremony

Steeton woman wins coveted award

Pupils at Kettlewell Primary School celebrate after praise from Ofsted inspectors

Kettlewell Primary School is praised as 'good' in report by Ofsted inspectors

St Mary's Church, Carleton

Delve into the history of Carleton over a cup of tea

A previous workshop at The Folly proved very successful

Folly stages creative workshops for children

Sponsored walk along the River Wharfe raises more than £3,600 for Macmillan Cancer Support

Sponsored walk along the River Wharfe raises more than £3,600 for Macmillan Cancer Support

Cloud burst causes flooding in Ingleton, including White Scar Cave

Cloud burst causes flooding in Ingleton

History Society treasurer Wendy Faulkner and secretary Margaret Brown with pupils

Salterforth School children discover their town’s past with the help of Earby and District History Society

John Rudden, from the Grassington House Hotel, gives a masterclass in sauce making to a year ten group from Upper Wharfedale School

Grassington chef cooks up tasty lesson for Upper Wharfedale pupils

FATHER and daughter Tim and Lucy Hardiman, from Skipton, who have just completed a 10k run

Father and daughter cross Olympic Park finish line in 10k run

Sport

Cougars chairman Gary Fawcett with representatives from Wharfedale RUFC

Wharfedale RUFC show cross-code support for Danny Jones Fund

TOP TWO: Josh Elliott, left, and Jack Moran with their coach Paul Newby

Young starlets train with England squad

Abdul Saddique made 144 and finished on the losing side

Clitheroe take advantage of Settle's break

Steeton's James Emmott in action

Owens boys revive Skipton and set up victory

Ian Willis of Keighley & Craven was the surprise winner of the Cowling Gala Fell Race men's rac (33244671)

Willis is surprise winner of Cowling Gala Fell Race

David Scott will be looking to retain his JACS Merit title

Champion Scott qualifies for JACS Merit final

Embsay's Duncan Ward lashes out on his way to 83 not out in their 71-run victory at home to Haworth Picture: Andy Garbutt

Embsay can see clear water in relegation fight

'Dynamic duo' Derek Granger, left, and Colin Myers, who is having trouble with an umbrella on a cold and wet day at Oakworth. Colin is umpiring in Sunday's Manorlands Plate Twenty20 at Oakworth, which is a tribute day to Derek

Twenty20 day tribute to Granger served up with a plate

Little joy for anglers in Summer League match

Little joy for anglers in Summer League match

Silsden's Craig Nicholls scored twice against Bamber Bridge

Nicholls double gets Silsden off the mark

Tom Davidson is having to content himself with chasing cricket trophies for Settle after facing a long lay-off from rugby union with Wharfedale

Settle silver lining for injured Wharfedale player Davidson

Keighley & Craven AC youngsters jump for joy after they won the Fell Runners' Association's English Junior Team Championship

Keighley & Craven juniors just champion!

Settle's Imran Khalid became the league's leading wicket-taker with 55 victims

Settle move step closer to double

Jamie Kidd celebrates with his coach Kieran Young at Lee Valley Athletics Centre

Winner Jamie plugs hole in his domestic record

National Sport

Rafael Nadal, pictured, beat Fabio Fognini to win the bet-at-home Open in Hamburg.

Glory for Nadal in Hamburg

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's goal earned Arsene Wenger his first victory over Jose Mourinho

Gunners gain early upper hand

Australia captain Michael Clarke has been backed to rediscover his form with the bat

Di Venuto: Clarke will come good

Kiradech Aphibarnrat held the advantage in the final of the Paul Lawie Matchplay

Aphibarnrat victorious at Murcar

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