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Adam gets walking the length of Britain

2:00pm Saturday 19th April 2014

Wharfedale Observer: Former Prince Henry's Grammar School pupil Adam Dawson, at the most southernly point on mainland Britain, Lizard Point, in Cornwall, where Adam starts his walk

Former Otley Scout Adam Dawson has begun an arduous length-of-Britain fundraising challenge.

Play facilities in Yeadon are completed

1:20pm Saturday 19th April 2014

Wharfedale Observer: Coun Pat Latty at the play area

Work has finished on a new park play area in Yeadon.

Horsforth actor Matthew Lewis urges rugby league fans to talk

1:00pm Saturday 19th April 2014

Wharfedale Observer: Horsforth actor Matthew Lewis

Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis has called on rugby league players and fans to get involved in a campaign to promote the sport.

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Sport

Guisley boss targets two more wins

10:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

Wharfedale Observer: Mark Bower hopes his side can continue good run

Mark Bower is targeting two more wins for his Guiseley team to secure a place in the Skrill North promotion play-offs.

Lizzie Armitstead's hopes sent crashing

8:18am Thursday 17th April 2014

Wharfedale Observer: Lizzie Armitstead had good finishes in first two stages

Lizzie Armitstead’s hopes of challenging for victory in the Energiewacht Tour were wrecked by a crash on the third stage of the race through Groningen in Holl-and.

Sam Tordoff aims for better fortunes

8:11am Thursday 17th April 2014

Wharfedale Observer: Sam Tordoff testing at Donington

Sam Tordoff heads for Donington Park this weekend hoping to have learned from his disappointing perform-ances in the opening three rounds of the British Touring Cars Championship at Brands Hatch.

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