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Obituary: Raymond Twiddle OBE –
Obituary: Raymond Twiddle OBE – Businessman, farmer and turkey industry pioneer  Bridlington Free Press
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 6:07 am
Appeal following car theft from Hutton Gate
Appeal following car theft from Hutton Gate in Harrogate - North Yorkshire Police  North Yorkshire Police
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 5:21 am
15 Flowers that Will Live the Longest in
15 Flowers that Will Live the Longest in Your Home  Newsweek
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 5:09 am
Town starting to welcome back visitors -
Town starting to welcome back visitors  Harrogate Advertiser
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 3:53 am
Covid-19 response - latest police update -
Covid-19 response - latest police update - North Yorkshire Police  North Yorkshire Police
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 3:38 am
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Harrogate
Campaign group outraged as planning
Campaign group outraged as planning inspector approves Kirby Hill motorway service station near Boroughbridge after 14-day public inquiry  Yorkshire Post
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 3:12 am
Gear up for an EPIC Festival! -
Gear up for an EPIC Festival! - Ground-breaking Yorkshire Motorsport Festival gets the go-ahead — Harrogate Informer  Harrogate Informer
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 2:09 am
Harrogate Town 2 Leyton Orient 2: Advertiser
Harrogate Town 2 Leyton Orient 2: Advertiser player ratings  Harrogate Advertiser
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 12:58 am
Firefighters called in to Harrogate tumble
Firefighters called in to Harrogate tumble dryer fire | York Press  York Press
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 12:52 am
Harrogate town launch academy for 16 to
Harrogate town launch academy for 16 to 18-year olds  Harrogate Informer
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 12:17 am
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Harrogate
£4m refurbishment completed at Harrogate
£4m refurbishment completed at Harrogate office building  Insider Media
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 12:10 am
Yorkshire woman says a 'cheeky' sherry a day
Yorkshire woman says a 'cheeky' sherry a day is the secret to a long life as she celebrates 105th birthday  Yorkshire Live
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 9:00 pm
Simon Weaver hails ‘best 90-minute
Simon Weaver hails ‘best 90-minute performance for some time’ at Harrogate Town  Yorkshire Post
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 2:55 pm
York and Hambleton turn yellow on
York and Hambleton turn yellow on interactive Covid map as infection rates continue to plummet  Yorkshire Live
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 11:29 am
16 photos showing life in Harrogate as bars,
16 photos showing life in Harrogate as bars, shops and hair salons reopen  Harrogate Advertiser
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 8:56 am
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Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner online
Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner online hustings event - 14 April at 7:30pm — Harrogate Informer  Harrogate Informer
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 8:54 am
Prince Philip could be an inspiration to the
Prince Philip could be an inspiration to the young - Yorkshire Post Letters  Yorkshire Post
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 8:45 am
Harrogate Town academy launch 'a massive
Harrogate Town academy launch 'a massive step in the right direction'  Harrogate Advertiser
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 8:44 am
DalesBus Summer services return - Harrogate
DalesBus Summer services return  Harrogate Advertiser
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 8:32 am
Nidderdale Museum wins £54,800 in lottery -
Nidderdale Museum wins £54,800 in lottery  Harrogate Advertiser
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 8:15 am
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Harrogate
Resolved Question: Names of British towns?
For homework we have to make up A-Z of townsand cities in Britain, we'll be learning about British Isles in our Humanities topic. Please can anyone help?
Posted on 15 January 2013 | 3:11 am
Resolved Question: Kinda a long question,
Hi! First of all, if you can answer anything at all I would really appreciate it :) I have a paper to write for one of my classes, and I really want it to be good. It's a travel paper written in diary/journal format about a made up trip we took to any country or countries in the world. I chose to go to a lot of places all over the U.K, but I haven't been there, (I haven't even been out of the U.S!) so I would really like someone to help me sound like I actually went. If you can answer even a few of these questions it would help me a lot. Thank you! :) 1.) Generally how friendly are the taxi drivers over there? 2.) Walking down the street, what trype of peole do you see? What languages do they speak besides English? 3.) How do you have tea? I heard there's a special way... 4.) Are there any major or minor differences between the U.S and the U.K culture- wise? 5.) What are some frazes you say? What slang words do you use? 6.) Generally speaking, do people talk to strangers? For example if you were on a train and someone you didn't know tried to start a conversation with you, would that be wierd? There is a huge list of places I plan to 'Visit' in my paper. If you have been to any of them please help me with the questions below. :) Places I plan to visit include: Buckingham Palace Big Ben London Eye Royal Botanic Gardens Stonehenge Windsor Castle Turkish baths and health spa in Harrogate 1.) Is there anywhere else I should go or that you would reccomend going? 2.) What is the general feeling when you go to these places? What goes through your mind? 3.) What is the senery like? 4.) Is this place in the middle of nowhere, or is there a big city or a town close by? I know this answer for a few of the places but not all of them. 5.) Are there any restaurants in the area that you would reccomend? Any other information on anything at all would be very helpful :) Thank you!!
Posted on 26 November 2012 | 1:12 pm
Resolved Question: Awesome British people,
Hi! First of all, if you can answer anything at all I would really appreciate it :) I have a paper to write for one of my classes, and I really want it to be good. It's a travel paper written in diary/journal format about a made up trip we took to any country or countries in the world. I chose to go to a lot of places all over the U.K, but I haven't been there, (I haven't even been out of the U.S!) so I would really like someone to help me sound like I actually went. If you can answer even a few of these questions it would help me a lot. Thank you! :) 1.) Generally how friendly are the taxi drivers over there? 2.) Walking down the street, what trype of peole do you see? What languages do they speak besides English? 3.) How do you have tea? I heard there's a special way... 4.) Are there any major or minor differences between the U.S and the U.K culture- wise? 5.) What are some frazes you say? What slang words do you use? 6.) Generally speaking, do people talk to strangers? For example if you were on a train and someone you didn't know tried to start a conversation with you, would that be wierd? There is a huge list of places I plan to 'Visit' in my paper. If you have been to any of them please help me with the questions below. :) Places I plan to visit include: Buckingham Palace Big Ben London Eye Royal Botanic Gardens Stonehenge Windsor Castle Turkish baths and health spa in Harrogate 1.) Is there anywhere else I should go or that you would reccomend going? 2.) What is the general feeling when you go to these places? What goes through your mind? 3.) What is the senery like? 4.) Is this place in the middle of nowhere, or is there a big city or a town close by? I know this answer for a few of the places but not all of them. 5.) Are there any restaurants in the area that you would reccomend? Any other information on anything at all would be very helpful :) Thank you!!
Posted on 26 November 2012 | 12:59 pm
Resolved Question: Hey Brits, would you
Hi! I have a paper to write for one of my classes, and I really want it to be good. It's a travel paper written in diary/journal format about a made up trip we took to any country or countries in the world. I chose to go to a lot of places all over the U.K, but I haven't been there, (I haven't even been out of the U.S!) so I would really like someone to help me sound like I actually went. If you can answer even a few of these questions it would help me a lot. Thank you! :) 1.) Generally how friendly are the taxi drivers over there? 2.) Walking down the street, what trype of peole do you see? What languages do they speak besides English? 3.) How do you have tea? I heard there's a special way... 4.) Are there any major or minor differences between the U.S and the U.K culture- wise? 5.) What are some frazes you say? What slang words do you use? 6.) Generally speaking, do people talk to strangers? For example if you were on a train and someone you didn't know tried to start a conversation with you, would that be wierd? There is a huge list of places I plan to 'Visit' in my paper. If you have been to any of them please help me with the questions below. :) Places I plan to visit include: Buckingham Palace Big Ben London Eye Royal Botanic Gardens Stonehenge Windsor Castle Turkish baths and health spa in Harrogate 1.) Is there anywhere else I should go or that you would reccomend going? 2.) What is the general feeling when you go to these places? What goes through your mind? 3.) What is the senery like? 4.) Is this place in the middle of nowhere, or is there a big city or a town close by? I know this answer for a few of the places but not all of them. 5.) Are there any restaurants in the area that you would reccomend? Any other information on anything at all would be very helpful :) Thank you!!
Posted on 26 November 2012 | 12:34 pm
Resolved Question: Is that right or theft ?
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