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Izabella Spensley who won three trophies

Austwick gardeners put on good show despite poor growing season

Skipton Law Courts

Man allowed cannabis to be grown in High Bentham lock-up

Adult fancy dress winner Craig Allen

Crowds brave the showers to make Hellifield Gala a success

Pictured are: (back row) Julie Reid, Assistant Beaver Leader, Mark Stageman, County Commissioner, Libby Bradley, Beaver Leader, (front row), Beaver Scouts Thomas Edwards, Abigail Jennings, Archie Smith, Thomas Wilson and Alfie Wilson

Addingham Beaver Scouts win highest awards

County councillor David Chance

Funding offer for Craven groups wanting to develop community resource

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

Addingham Allotments Association stages summer show

Addingham Allotments Association stages summer show

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

Settle resident Brian Woollard gets stuck in to cleaning up the shelter

Settle Co-op staff help to clean graffiti from town's Millennium Gardens shelter

Animator Dawn Feather, of Silsden, managing director of InspirEd Workshops

Inspiration from Silsden animator

A day out at Disneyland Paris, where temperatures reached a sizzling 38 degrees, featured as part of a trip to Paris by pupils from West Craven High School.

Temperatures soar on Barnoldswick pupils' trip to Paris

Crowds support the 2015 Ingleton Swimming Gala

Crowds support the 2015 Ingleton Swimming Gala

Ingleton Cub Isabel Lowis swings high in the tree tops.

Cubs enjoy an adventure in Narnia

Parking restrictions approved for Silsden street

Parking restrictions approved for Silsden street

U3a chairman Vic Edy and Ermysted's Grammar School headteacher Graham Hamilton

Craven U3A's summer school is hailed a success

Ermysted’s students Junaid Khalil, Zohaib Asghar, Onais Farooq and Humza Ashiq

Ermysted's pupils celebrate the end of Muslim Voices project

Craven libraries offer an adventure in Wonderland

Craven libraries offer an adventure in Wonderland

Cllr Simon Myers

Craven councillors agree cash for in-house work

Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group takes the road to Bolton Abbey

Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group takes the road to Bolton Abbey

Pupils at Barnoldswick's Coates Lane Primary School in Barnoldswick celebrated a 'good' Ofsted by practising their human bicycle, which they will do when the Tour of Britain cycle race helicopter flies over as the race passes near the school.

Coates Lane in Barnoldswick achieves 'good' Ofsted

The Airedale team behind physical health and wellbeing clinics for people with serious mental illness with its Quality Award

Airedale teams win You're A Star award

Pendle MP Andrew Stephenson (centre) steps back in time to the 'Great Stink' of Victorian England.

Pendle MP steps back in time to the 'Great Stink'

Olympic athlete Jo Pavey recently made a visit to Barnoldswick firm Silentnight.

Inspirational Olympic athlete visits Silentnight

South Craven School teacher Joanna Seng enduring the can the teacher fundraiser during the year seven summer fair. The pupil is Mollie Snell.

South Craven School children stage summer fair to raise money for two good causes

Rachel McNaughton is well-known for her watercolours of country life

Artist holds Yorkshire Day workshop in the heart of the Dales

The Cape Town Gilbert and Sullivan Society will stage The Mikado

Skipton plays host to overseas Gilbert and Sullivan societies

Clapham Street Fair offers varied entertainment

Sun shines on Clapham street fair

Revised scheme put forward for Elsey Croft housing development in Skipton

Revised scheme put forward for Elsey Croft housing development in Skipton

Alan Halsall, who rescued Silver Cross from administration in 2002

Chinese conglomerate invests millions in Craven pram manufacturer Silver Cross

Laura Hepworth, front left, with the other trekkers pictured near Ribblehead Viaduct during their Three Peaks challenge

Cowling woman conquers Three Peaks challenge

Settle man Leslie Clarke, who has died aged 90

Tributes paid to former headteacher Leslie Clarke, who has died aged 90

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Children's charity will benefit from car wash at Broughton

Rob Cromey-Hawke during a medals ceremony at the Warrior Games in Virginia

Cowling ex-army captain completes latest challenge

Coun Andrew Mallinson who has excessed concern about lack of detail in Bradford Council's analysis of its Silsden schools consultation

Silsden parents back proposed merger of town's infant and junior schools

Catherine and Dolly Mercer, organisers of the Cowling Creature Trail, show sculptures of woodland animals that will appear along the six-mile route.

Creature trail to take in landmarks of Cowling

South Craven School pupil Ewan Smith with his commendation for his coat stand design, which has been exhibited in Harewood House

Art and design exhibition success for South Craven School pupils

Embsay with Eastby parish councillors Vince Smith and Judith Benjamin review outline plans for 39 homes in Shires Lane.

Villagers air objections to Embsay housing plans

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