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A Detailed Examination Of Intelligent Lancashire Tactics

The 30-year-old woman was riding in Askham Bryan Lane between 11.35am and 11.45am on Monday, April 13, towards the when she passed what she believed to be a black Peugeot 107 containing a number of young men. North Yorkshire Police said as the car passed the passenger in the front seat threw a stone over the top of the car and hit the cyclist on the leg, causing her a minor injury. Police have urged anyone with information about the incident to contact them on 101, email sntservdesk@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk or phone Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111. Rare fish put hydro plans in doubt RARE blood-sucking fish could stop a hydro-electric plant being built on a North Yorkshire river. Natural England has warned protected river and sea lampreys, which are considered key to maintaining river ecosystems, could be damaged by a proposed Archimedean screw on the River Swale, at Topcliffe, near Thirsk. The governments adviser on the natural environment has recommended Harrogate Borough Council reject a plan by Richmond- based UK Hydro Ltd, which would generate enough electricity to power 539,000 100W lightbulbs for an hour stating it could damage a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest more than 40 miles away. Lampreys, which resemble eels, are protected as they are among the few survivors of the jawless stage in vertebrate evolution. Flying festival returns POCKLINGTONS Flying Man Festival will take place for the 11th time next month. The weekend of flying-themed events, from Friday, May 8 to Sunday, May 10, is organised by All Saints Church and a team of volunteers, and is held in honour of daredevil Thomas Pelling, who died during a stunt in the town in the 18th century. Brass Castle Brewery has produced a festival ale, Flying Man Bitter, for the occasion, and the festival will officially launch on Friday, May 8 at 7pm with a gala evening of flying themed music in Pocklington Arts Centre performed by choirs Forgotten Voices, Pocklington Singers, York Hands and Voice Choir and the Methodist Circuit Choir.

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The family arrived at the hotel on October 23 and were told their bungalow was not ready for them. Mr Shepherd, 46, said he now knew this was because the previous occupants were in hospital suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. He said: They were in hospital. All their belongings and things were still in the bungalow. Mr Shepherd and his wife both told the inquest they had seen a boiler room adjacent to the bungalow, next to the childrens bedroom and on their second day there, a neighbour came to tell them there were problems with the hot water supply. On October 25, both the children began to complain of feeling ill, the inquest heard. Bobby appeared to trip on his way into the hotel restaurant and a waiter asked the family if they wanted to see a doctor, which they declined. Christi complained of a headache and a woman running the childrens holiday club said she had felt unwell during the morning.

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