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North Yorkshire news in brief

May 2, 2014

New visitor guide is ready

THE Visitor 2014, a free guide to the Yorkshire Dales National Park, is now available. A vital tool for people planning to visit the park and businesses wanting to welcome them, it includes 60 essential things to do in the park. It can be viewed at visitornewspaper or, for copies, call 01756- 751618 or email sarah.


Sowerby Music's annual Countess of Munster Musical Trust concert will feature violinist Adelia Myslov and pianist Craig White performing Ravel's 2nd Sonata. The concert will be held in St Oswald's Church, Sowerby, on Saturday, May 17, at 7.30pm. For tickets, costing [pounds]10, visit White Rose Book Cafe or go to REVIVAL SHOW:

The Sixties will be celebrated with Beatles, Rolling Stones and Searchers' songs at Thirsk and Sowerby Town Hall today, from 7.30pm to 10pm.

For tickets, costing [pounds]10, call 01845-571457 or visit the Artist's Palette, Millgate.


North Yorkshire Guitar Fair, which includes live music, will be held at Thirsk Auction Mart, Thirsk on Sunday, from 10am to 3pm. Tickets, costing [pounds]3 for adults and free for accompanied children, are available at the door.


The Ritz Cinema, in Thirsk, will screen Muppets Most Wanted (U), at 7.30pm, from today to Thursday. There will also be screenings at 2.30pm tomorrow and Sunday. For details, call 01845-524751 or visit


The Black Lion, in Thirsk, will hold a three-course dinner and quiz to raise funds for Thirsk Community Care on Thursday, at 7.30pm. Tickets cost [pounds]23.50. For details, call 01845-523115.

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Source: Northern Echo (England)

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