All 12 results for goathland

Upper Catchment Management (26 Apr 2017)

Kevin Hollinrake: .... On a sunny day, we can enjoy the delights of the North York Moors railway, chugging gently through that wonderful landscape and enjoying the beautiful “Heartbeat” country of places like Goathland. Beautifully concealed within that landscape is the Pickering “Slowing the Flow” project. It is a pioneering project involving bunds, which are dams—some of them deliberately leaky,...

Written Answers — Education: Pupils: Per Capita Costs (25 Apr 2013)

David Laws: ... Liverpool Phoenix Primary School 3026 10054 830 Derbyshire Biggin CofE Primary School 3040 10039 908 Cornwall Garras Community Primary School 2114 10009 815 North Yorkshire Goathland Primary School 2043 9946 826 Milton Keynes Sherington Church of England School 3005 9919 393 South Tyneside Fellgate Primary School 2085 9908 888 Lancashire Ormskirk...

Policing of Violence at Hunts (11 Feb 2013)

Chris Williamson: ...’s wife was pushed off a public footpath by horse riders who were galloping across a narrow area. She was pushed into a hedge after grabbing her pet dog to save him from being attacked. The Goathland and Staintondale hunts killed a pet cat. In Devon, a Staffordshire terrier was attacked by hunt hounds. In Yorkshire, recovering horses at a sanctuary were distressed by rioting hounds. The...

[Mr. Mike Hancock in the Chair] — Road Safety (16 Jul 2008)

Robert Goodwill: ...the day. The reason was that all the sixth formers were attending the funeral of Tom Warrington, who was 18 and had been a pupil at the school. At 7.40 am on Sunday 29 June, on the road between Goathland and Beck Hole in my constituency, his red Renault Clio left the road and hit a tree. He was killed and his passenger, another young man, was airlifted to James Cook university hospital in...

Orders of the Day — Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill (6 Jun 2005)

Robert Goodwill: ...constituency as the Whitby and Scarborough constituency. Recently, my constituency received national prominence as the location for Yorkshire Television's series "Heartbeat". Aidensfield is in fact Goathland, which is served by the north Yorkshire moors railway, and the railway itself features as the Hogwarts express in the Harry Potter films. Sixty per cent. of the north Yorkshire moors...

National Parks (13 Jul 2004)

Mr Lawrie Quinn: ...project allowed local businesses to understand what a special product they had and to develop the proposition that it is great to come to the North Yorks Moors national park. The popular village of Goathland in my constituency is well known as Aidensfield in "Heartbeat" and it acts as a magnet for many people coming into my part of North Yorkshire. The special role that North Yorks Moors...

Missile Defence (15 Jan 2003)

Mr Lawrie Quinn: ...week's debate. My right hon. Friend knows of my engineer's scepticism about whether the system will work in the long run. He heard the views of the people who spoke to him at the Inn on the Moor in Goathland, which is two and a half miles away from the RAF station. They clearly expressed concerns, not so much about a ballistic attack on the base and the area but about a terrorist attack....

Orders of the Day — Licensing (Sunday Hours) Bill (15 Feb 1995)

Mr John Sykes: .... Now, on weekdays, they can enjoy a drink in any of the numerous harbour bars, but not on Sunday. The walkers who tramp the glorious north Yorkshire moors can enjoy a drink when they arrive at Goathland—otherwise known as Aidensfield in the famous television series "Heartbeat", which is filmed in my constituency—during the week, but not on Sunday. Why is a Sunday afternoon drink any...

Leisure Industry (24 Jun 1994)

Mr John Sykes: ...Post reported only yesterday, the area is achieving world fame among tourists and film crews alike. Let me make a special plea for the authorities to try their best to preserve the village of Goathland—known as Aidensfield in the programme—by ensuring that the best parking facilities for our visitors, and the quality of life for those who live there, are preserved. Another issue that...

Orders of the Day — Sea Fish (Conservation) Bill (8 Jun 1992)

Mr John Sykes: ...—before his blue period. The north Yorkshire moors steam railway attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, and the television series "Heartbeat" is filmed in the nearby village of Goathland. Bram Stoker's chilling tale of Dracula was set in Whitby, and even as we speak the famous and ancient Scarborough Fayre is taking place. I look forward to a return visit to Scarborough...

Duchy of Lancaster Bill: Extension of Powers to Lease Duchy Land (21 Jan 1988)

Kenneth Clarke: ...of a building lease with which the Duchy is still fettered. He says that there is not the slightest prospect of the Duchy ever wanting to give a lease for more than 99 years in the moors of Goathland. He then says that because of that we should keep a restriction legally to prevent the Duchy from granting a lease for more than 99 years. The hon. Gentleman demands that we maintain the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Electricity Supply.: North-East England Scheme. (15 Jul 1931)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: 39. asked the Minister of Transport whether the £22,800 Whitby-Malton pylon electricity scheme will supply Pickering, Grosmont, Goathland, and Glaisdale; and, if not, from what place is it proposed to supply these townships?

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