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St Georges, Harrogate

St Georges, Harrogate

A deceptively spacious detached town house occupying a superb, highly coveted approach on the favoured South side of Harrogate.

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Tad pupils enjoy great outdoors

Tad pupils enjoy great outdoors

Tadcaster Primary Academy pupils are enjoying outdoor learning and state-of-the-art play equipment thanks to efforts of parents, businesses – and a resourceful school business manager.

Education
Boston Spa High Street. Picture: Tony Johnson.

Calls to improve crime rate

Calls are being made to increase police numbers and provide better CCTV in a bid to crack down on anti-social behaviour in the Wetherby area.

Crime
New awards category welcomed

New awards category welcomed

During Valentine’s Day week organisers of the Harrogate Hospitality & Tourism Awards, David Ritson and Simon Cotton, showed their love for their new award category sponsor Booker Wholesale, Harrogate. They launched the new Receptionist of the Year category and met with Kenny Legge, Depot Manager Harrogate and Sophie Akhtar, Catering Development Manager Harrogate to discuss plans for the forthcoming awards.

Business
Lance Corporal, James Stark, 22, Tadcaster''Apaches make Arctic debut'The British Army's potent Apache attack helicopters are making their flying debut inside the Arctic circle.'Facing temperatures dropping to -30C and white-out flying conditions, 656 Squadron 4 Regiment Army Air Corps is taking part in Exercise Clockwork at Bardufoss in Norway.'The Apaches are flying alongside the Wildcat battlefield reconnaissance helicopters of the Commando Helicopter Force, learning how to operate together in some of the planet's harshest weather conditions. Training in the Arctic builds on the Apache's battle-winning abilities that have already been proved on combat operations in the maritime and desert environments.'A key role for 4 Regt AAC is to maintain a force of Apaches on standby to provide an aviation strike capability to the Royal Marines of 3 Commando Brigade, the British military's extreme cold weather warfare specialists.'The training culminated in a live firing package, which saw groundcrew deploy out in to

Chilling exercise for soldier

A soldier from Tadcaster has been maintaining the British Army’s potent Apache attack helicopter on a ground-breaking exercise inside the Arctic Circle.

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