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10 of the most luxurious boutique hotels in Yorkshire for a stress-free break

In need of a relaxing night away?

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BEER COLUMN: Sheffield’s Hop Hideout’s five barbecue picks

As soon as there’s a glimmer of sunshine, you can guarantee we’ve trundled the barbecue out of its sleepy garden shed spot and into the yard.

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There are a wide array of charities and rescue centres throughout Yorkshire which offer a variety of small animals for adoption and rehoming

Looking for a new pet? These 5 rescue centres offer animal rehoming and adoption in Yorkshire

There are a wide array of charities and rescue centres throughout Yorkshire which offer a variety of small animals for adoption and rehoming. If you’re looking for a new pet and want to give an abandoned animal a loving home there’s plenty of choice to do so.

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Yorkshire has a wide array of idyllic lake and scenic ponds, making it a great destination to do a spot of fishing

From carp to bream: 8 of the best places to go fishing in Yorkshire

Yorkshire has a wide array of idyllic lake and scenic ponds, making it a great destination to do a spot of fishing.

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Yorkshire has a selection of intriguing and immersive wildlife experiences.

Lions, tigers and bears: 11 of the best wildlife experiences in Yorkshire

Although it may be unexpected for Yorkshire to have a wide array of different wild animals or various tropical species, the region has a selection of intriguing and immersive wildlife experiences.

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Column: Support for mental health problems is available

Column: Support for mental health problems is available

Research suggests that one in four of us will experience some form of mental health illness during our life.

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Key lime pie is a popular pud all over the world

RECIPE: Delicious dessert is a ‘Key’ creation

This classic American dessert is traditionally made with Key limes from the Florida Keys, but it is now a popular pud all over the world – and this Walker’s Nurseries version, created by chef Mark, never fails to please.

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Felix Barr gives food for thought

Food for thought: Felix Barr

Felix Barr, aged 22, graduated from Sheffield Hallam University last year and is now in business development for new online networking and referral platform Intrasale. Originally from St Albans, Felix has fallen in love with Sheffield and lives in the city centre.

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Anita on her horse April with Natalie riding Mara the pony

In the Saddle: Happy hacking

If you mentioned the word 'hacking' to a non-horse person they would immediately think of some computer whizz kid trying to break into computer systems to steal information.

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FOOD: New cafe, deli and bakery opening in Doncaster town centre

Dreambakes is opening its first café, bakery and deli in Doncaster town centre.

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Dr Crichton training for his ride from Land's End to John O'Groats

Column: Positive thinking ahead of big challenge

It was Tour de Yorkshire last week and cycling has become a big part of my free time at the moment as I count down to the biggest physical challenge of my life.

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REVIEW: Blackpool - something for everyone, come rain or shine!

For this single mum and teenage daughter, the opportunity to spend some quality time together is few and far between, so when we were offered the chance of a weekend break to Blackpool we jumped at it, and it was non-stop laughter and fun from start to finish.

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Thorne young cyclists are put through their paces by South Yorkshire Fire Service

Cycling safety course for youngsters from South Yorkshire Fire Service and Doncaster Council

A South Yorkshire fire station has really got into gear to fire young cyclists wits and skills.

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Vote for 94-year-old Doncaster grandad to win garden makeover

Grandad Charlie Shaw, 94, who has lived in Mexborough all his life, is the running to win a magical garden makeover, after daughter Judy entered him into MyBuilder’s nationwide competition. Now he needs your votes to win the prize.

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Hospice is set to launch Open Gardens 2018

A hospice is inviting local people to help it celebrate the tenth year of its annual fundraising garden scheme on Sunday May 13.

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Cast cafe in Doncaster where the public can meet the reporters

Meet the reporters and share your views with us

Reporting staff at the Doncaster Free Press are inviting the public for a friendly face to face meeting on Friday May 4 to bring in their stories and give their feedback comments.

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Alyssia and Sully, aged four-months-old

In the Saddle: Happy second birthday, Sully

Finally we seem to have spring in the air and earlier this week we reached a special birthday with our yearling, Sully as he celebrated his second birthday with us.

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daoodils at Haddon Hall

Spring is in the air at Haddon Hall

Spring is finally upon us at Haddon and once more the doors are open as we welcome our visitors.

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Column: Why you should have shingles vaccine

Column: Why you should have shingles vaccine

Vaccinations are one of the greatest breakthroughs in modern medicine and today is the start of World Vaccination Week. It’s generally accepted that no other medical treatment has done more to save lives.

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DONCASTER LADIES POSE SEMI NAKED AND RAISE THOUSANDS FOR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH

Doncaster ladies dare to bare for Cancer Research UK and Firefly

A group of daredevil Doncaster ladies shed their clothes for charity to raise awareness of breast cancer.

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