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Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Bats in Churches (13 Oct 2011)

Anne McIntosh: At St Hilda’s church in a parish near Thornton-le-Dale parish, the bats are allowed to use the church but the congregation is not. Have we not reached a ridiculous state of affairs when bats have greater protection than the congregation?

Bats (Churches) (19 Oct 2004)

John Greenway: ...Burt), have churches in their constituencies that have become the summer habitat of bats, which are wreaking havoc on their fabric. One such church in my constituency is St. Hilda's church in Ellerburn, near Thornton-le-Dale, which is a very beautiful part of Britain. It is a Saxon church that is more than 1,000 years old. As things stand, it is proving impossible for the bats and the...

Orders of the Day — Road Transport Bill (9 Feb 2001)

John Greenway: ...Speaker, kindly allowed me to make in an intervention on my hon. Friend the Member for North Wiltshire. The A64 trunk road from York to Scarborough runs through my constituency for about 37 miles. In the past 10 years, there have been no fewer than 40 fatalities on that stretch of road. That is not 40 fatal accidents, because in some instances more than one person was killed. If hon....

Oral Answers to Questions — Rivers: Forestry Commission Land, Thornton-Le-Dale (Gates) (26 Feb 1953)

Forestry Commission Land, Thornton-Le-Dale (Gates)

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Instructional Centre, Low Dalby. (20 Jul 1939)

Mr Thomas Williams: asked the Minister of Labour how many hours are worked by the trainees at the junior instructional centre at Low Dalby, Thornton-le-Dale, and how much money they receive each week; and whether he is satisfied that the water supply is not affecting the health of the trainees?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Training Centres. (10 Feb 1938)

Mr Ernest Brown: There is one Government training centre in Yorkshire, that opened in November last at Leeds with a capacity of 550 men of whom there are at present 303 in training. The occupations taught are mainly in the building and engineering industries, but there are also classes in coach body building, hairdressing and wood machining. No men from this centre have yet finished their course and been...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Training Centres. (22 Mar 1934)

*Allerston: Low Dalby, Thornton-le-Dale, Yorks.

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