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Stormy Weather Batters Holt Park

February 8th, 2011 · 5 Comments · Community News

by Joel Beaumont Winds of up to 80mph tore into the North of England over the weekend with areas of Holt Park evidence of the stormy weather. A tree was blown over partly blocking the road on Holtdale Approach. Ralph Thoresby School was also affected as the school sign was lifted from its footings and […]

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Want somewhere to go and something to do on Fridays?

January 14th, 2011 · 3 Comments · Community News, Events

This article was original published on ralphthoresby.com Starting again on Friday 14th January the Friday Night Project at Holt Park Leisure Centre between 5 -7 pm Enjoy activities in the Youth Room – cookery, music, pool, Wii fit and join in the sports activities – Dodge Ball, Rounders, Ultimate Frisbee, Table Tennis, Badminton Unihock, Football, […]

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Holt Park Entrance to be Regenerated

August 4th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Community News

by Joel Beaumont A bid for funding to see a main entrance way into the Holt Park estate given a face-lift has been submitted. If funding is approved, the community spaces project will see the entrance on the junction of Holt Lane and Cookridge Lane opposite the Methodist Church be regenerated. Click image to make […]

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Holt Park Play Areas to be Removed

August 3rd, 2010 · No Comments · Community News

by Joel Beaumont Old play areas around the Holt park estate are set to be removed. The play areas which were erected in the 1970’s have been deemed a health and safety risk to young children as well as serving no real community purpose anymore. Four of the nine play areas in Holt Park have […]

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Ireland Wood Surgery

July 22nd, 2010 · 1 Comment · Community News

by Joel Beaumont Building work on the brand new Ireland Wood Surgery has begun. The site, opposite Otley Old Road where the Wise Owl Pub was situated, will be transformed into a state of the art medical centre. The new medical centre costing £4million will replace the doctor’s surgery at the top of Tinshill Lane. […]

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