The latest arrival is settling in nicely at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park. She just needs a bit of motherly love - and a name.Read the full story ›
Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen records life in the cold snap, posting photos of her animals - and nine children at their remote farmhouseRead the full story ›
It's lovely weather, at least, for the four polar bears at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park who are making the most of the arctic conditions.Read the full story ›
The frozen body of the German Shepherd cross was found tied to a fence - with no way of escaping the snow, freezing wind and rain.Read the full story ›
Jasper the springer spaniel needed 50 stitches on an horrific wound inflicted on him by another dog.Read the full story ›
More than 9,000 people are expected to descend on Market Rasen Racecourse today for one of its most popular jump racing occasions of the year, the Rand Farm Park Boxing Day At The Races meeting.
There’s a packed programme of jump racing, including the annual Clugston Lincolnshire National. Like the ultimate Aintree race – the Randox Health Grand National - stamina is crucial for the Lincolnshire National, which is run over a distance of three and a half miles.
“Boxing Day horse racing at Market Rasen Racecourse is as much a part of Christmas as turkey, mulled wine and crackers. 26th December is always a very affordable festive day out for families over Christmas.
"I would recommend people to set off in plenty of time to get to the racecourse today. The racecourse is clearly signed, with a number of routes in place and we urge all visitors to follow them and to get here early.”
The gates of the racecourse will be open from 10.05am when the fun begins for a first race time of 12.05pm. The finale is at 3.25pm.
Can you help her find a home this Christmas?Read the full story ›
The much-loved iguana who lived in a park in Hull has passed away today, following a recent deterioration of a long-term illness.Read the full story ›
No, this is not a panto horse. Fire crews were on standby - but fortunately the animal managed to free itself from a rather precarious situation without injury. Presumably proving it's not always best to sit on the fence.
Neighbours were left concerned about the safety of several animals left inside a vacated property.Read the full story ›