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Otley cyclist and cycling coach Craig Armitage (right)

Case of Barnoldswick man charged with causing cyclist's death by careless driving is sent to crown court

Skipton man sent to crown court charged with possessing indecent images of children

Skipton man sent to crown court charged with possessing indecent images of children

Man who stole vacuum cleaner banned from Skipton shop

Man who stole vacuum cleaner banned from Skipton shop

Geodie Curran

Police appeal for help to find missing 15-year-old girl from Bentham

Otley cyclist and cycling coach Craig Armitage (right)

Barnoldswick man charged with causing the death by careless driving of an Otley cyclist has been sent to crown court

The Carleton Knit and Natter Group has handed over blankets, shawls, socks, baby and children’s wear to the Chitepani Trust

Carleton knitters make clothes for people in Nepal

More than 30 walkers take part in this year's Beating the Bounds walk

Walkers beat the bounds in Barnoldswick

Revellers in the grounds of Bolton Priory prepare for the Manorlands picnic and proms events. Picture by John Ashton

Bolton Abbey hosts charity proms event

Barn built without planning permission goes to appeal

Sam Nicholls, Stonewater housing estate officer, with residents Ellis and Lyle

Summer fun day brings local neighbourhood together in Skipton

New Road School children in the mid 1950s when the school had a project following the voyages of the SS Manchester. The picture was taken during a visit to the school by the captain and his wife. This is one of 6,000 photos the society has in its collecti

Earby History Society celebrates its 20th anniversary with book launch

Walter Evans, Richard Hunt and Mike Clayton outside the D Day Museum at Arromanches

Glusburn Second World War veteran Walter Evans, 94, makes emotional return to Normandy beaches

Mike Smith, of Addingham, with Ilkley artist Joy Godfrey who is also exhibiting at the Great North Art Show

Addingham artist shows his work at Ripon Cathedral

Poetry doyenne Meg Peacocke

Young and old brought together at Settle poetry session

Ingleton gardeners share prize for best in Yorkshire

Naomi Spence lets off a balloon with Ian's mother and aunt

Charity balloons are released in memory of Skipton police sergeant

Eighty-seven youngsters take part in Wharfedale Rugby Club's summer camp

Summer camp kicks off new season of rugby at Wharfedale

Councillor Andrew Mallinson on Thornhill Road at the location of the first phase of double yellow lines

Councillors welcome final phase of parking regulations on Steeton street

Fewston Reservoir

Dales Society organises guided walk at Fewston

A map of where the burglaries occurred

Craven sees an increase in house burglaries

The fell race at last year's Family Day

Countdown is on to Bradley Family Show

Score sheet at the Appletreewick international chess tournament.

Honorary "tyke" title for New York chess champion

Silsden Town Hall which is hosting a wide-ranging programme of autumn events coordinated by the building's Friends group

Silsden Town Hall friends unveil packed programme of events

Some villagers in Eldroth were unable to use their telephones for more than a week

Eldroth residents slam BT Openreach after village is left without telephone landline for a week

Rest time for Rob Bagot who cycled from Settle to London to support Settle and District Pool

Settle wine merchant pedals to London to keep pool afloat

Jane Sutcliffe from The Holistic Room giving e-learning manager Donna Lewis a massage

Airedale Hospital staff take time out to celebrate diversity in the workplace

Diabetes patient Lilian Dunphy, right, with dietitian Amanda Hopps, left, and diabetes specialist nurse Jackie Sunderland

Extra help on offer for people in the Craven area living with diabetes

French Resistance fighter Emma-Jayne Waters, centre, with waitresses Alex Blackie, left, and Charlotte Harrison, in the comedy 'Allo 'Allo!

Farce in France as Sutton actors present top TV sitcom 'Allo 'Allo!

NHS Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven CCG clinical chairman Dr Colin Renwick

Learn more about Craven's Clinical Commissioning Group

Some of the children and coaches who have taken part in Skipton Tennis Centre's summer camps

Budding stars develop skills at Skipton Tennis Centre's summer camps

Spinning in memory of Neil Pate, members of Skipton's Escape Gym

Spin-a-thon raises thousands in memory of Skipton athlete

Skipton Railway Station platforms are to be lengthened

Work is due to start at Skipton Railway Station

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Bench press champion Simon Newton outside Skipton Town Hall

Skipton Town Hall caretaker is powerlifting champ

Robert Butterfield with last year's dairy champion, Ingleview Goldson Lizebeth

Bentham Show will again be held at the auction mart

A skater enjoys the new skatepark in Skipton's Aireville Park

Skatepark to be officially opened today

The newly-named Carleton Ladies Choir gets ready for its summer concert

Carleton Ladies Choir prepares for its summer concert

Richard Leach proposes to girlfriend Jane Arends aboard the Dalesman steam train

Couple get engaged on steam train as it passes over Ribblehead Viaduct

The sheep classes have always proved one of the highlights of Horton-in-Ribblesdale Show

Final preparations made for Horton-in-Ribblesdale Show

Preparing for the Tour of Britain cycle race, Jonathan Kerr, owner of the Pantry Cafe, West Marton.

Countdown to Tour of Britain cycle race

Earby Youth Hostel

Craven youth hostels take part in YHA Day

The Courtyard at Settle is home to the Lime Gallery

Settle gallery takes visitors on a journey of discovery

District councillor Andrew Mallinson with Eastburn residents Kirsty Tudor and Victoria Lakin at one of the sites in the village  where housing is planned

Silsden faces huge infrastructure shortfall after changes to cash levy on developers, claim councillors

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Mrs Wendy Selby, a care home manager, tests telemedicine with 74-year-old Mrs Sheila Liddimore

Airedale work showcased nationally

Cross Hills Main Street

'Shop local' plea at Cross Hills

White Rose Club

Iron Horse to host Country Cousins

Victor Ian Moorhouse, left, and judge Andrew Graham with the first prize Beltex-cross pen

Buyers out in force at Skipton store lamb highlight

Bradford Cathedral organist Jonathan Eyre will give a recital at Bolton Abbey Priory Church

Bolton Abbey Priory holds celebrity organ recital

Maurice Grumbleweed will present Grassington's Got Talent

Local talent bursts onto Grassington stage

Grassington Town Hall

New Grassington film season gets under way

Skipton's Rock Up and Sing! members at Abbey Road Studios

Rock up and Sing! opens its doors for the new term

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