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Tomahawk Axe Throwing Session for One or Two at Live For Today Adventures, Two Locations (Up to 57% Off)
These sessions are aimed for complete beginners and more experienced axe-throwers, who wish to hone their skills in this ever growing sport...
£16
(was £30)
20-Module Photography Course from Photography Made Easy (95% Off)
Embark on an online photography course exploring various areas, from basic camera settings and shooting styles to video and digital editing...
£14
(was £295)
The Christmas Fair, 23–26 November at Ripley Castle (Up to 50% Off)
Find sensational festive decorations, wow factor wreaths, unusual food, gorgeous gifts and stunning stocking fillers and accessories...
£2
(was £5)
True Grit Wrestling, 7 October - 18 November, Three Locations (Up to 38% Off)
Spectate on a series of wrestling shows featuring gritty matches in Morley, York or Low Moor...
£7
(was £8)
Firefly Driving Experience for a Child at Young Driver (21% Off)
Children aged 5 to 10 can experience driving in the driver’s seat of the Firefly; available at multiple locations across the UK...
£16
(was £21)
Wensleydale Railway Santa Special, 2–10 December
Children and adults alike can enjoy a one-hour Santa Special train trip, featuring gifts for every child aged 2–16...
£13
(was £13)

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News

Kirby Misperton fracking rig protest: Three people charged

Police were alerted after the protest at the site in North Yorkshire began early on Saturday.

Archbishop calls for cut to universal credit delays

The Archbishop of York criticises "grotesquely ignorant" six-week delay for payments.

'Rock armour' to protect Settle-to-Carlisle line

The work is the final phase of Network Rail's £23m repair work after a major landslip in February 2016.

Scarborough Futurist theatre demolition plan approved

Planners approve the demolition plans for an almost 100-year-old theatre.

Council to sue over Scarborough wheel-spin damage

The driver shredded part of the road's surface and will cost £50,000 to repair, the council says.

Quad bike topples down Trow Gill after crash

Cave rescuers captured footage of the out-of-control bike after a crash.


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