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Listed below are the current news stories on the website, listed in chronological order.

Having heard that a group of Bedale residents were getting together to go out and tidy up the town Bedale Town Councillors were keen to get involved and play their part. The newly formed Bedale Litter Busters have been presented with 10 new litter-picking kits including litter pickers and bag hoops by the Mayor of Bedale Councillor Mrs Christine Mollard. The kits also included hi-vis vests and protective gloves to make sure that none of the volunteers will come t...
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Published by: Charlie Hart

Every year Bedale Town Council seeks to recognise and reward members of the community who have demonstrated a longstanding commitment to serve the Town and its people. The Town Council would like to invite nominations from local residents (you don't have to live in Bedale) for suitable recipients of the award. The closing date for nominations is 31st March 2018. Nominations can be completed using the online form available on this website or alternatively by dropping into the Council ...
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Bedale Scout and Guide Group have announced the date for their annual Bedale Festival for 2018. Sunday 17th June 2018 has been chosen for the event which, following a year's rest, is set to return to the Town with a fresh format. The Scout and Guide leaders are planning to widen the Community involvement in the event so as to pull together all that is best in the town. We look forward to hearing what they plan to do over the next months. 

Published by: Charlie Hart

Having been only a few miles from the route of the Tour de France "Grand Depart" in 2014, Bedale is now firmly on the 2018 route for the cycle race that arose in its wake. Saturday 5th May will see the cyclists competing in the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire race into the town past Bedale Hall and the imposing tower of St Gregory's Church. After surging through the Market Place they will take a sharp left at the White Bear junction and will then cross the beck and the l...
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The Bedale, Aiskew, Leeming Bar and Burrill Joint Burial Board are keen to hear from the families of those who have loved ones buried in the Burial Ground and whose monument or memorial stone may need some attention. The Burial Board are very much aware that this is an extremely sensitive issue however they are very keen to hear from families who are responsible for the memorials so that they may ensure the safety of all those who visit the ground. Further details and who to contact c...
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Published by: Charlie Hart