A man from Harrogate has been charged with manslaughter after a man died in hospital almost three weeks after an alleged assault in a pub beer garden.
Paul Morrison, who was from Burton Leonard, had been in a critical condition since the incident at the Wetherspoons Royal Baths pub.
The 44-year-old man will appear at Harrogate Magistrates' Court on 16 December.
Thousands of pounds worth of chocolates have been stolen from a business in Harrogate.
It happened between 4:45pm on 1 November and 6:00 am on 2 November on Hornbeam Park.
They were all branded Confectionary by Design and Serious Sweets with a value of around £65,000.
Due to the amount of chocolate which has been stolen, I believe that a large vehicle will have been used to transport it.
If you saw any suspicious activity in the Hornbeam Park area around the time of the burglary I urge you to come forward and contact the police straight away.
I am also keen to speak to anyone who is offered chocolate bearing either the brands Confectionary by Design or Serious Sweets in unusual circumstances and ask them to get in touch as soon as possible.
The full list of chocolates stolen includes:
- Honeycomb Nuggets,
- All Butter Fudge,
- Salt Water Chocolate,
- Truffle Fudge,
- New Ultimate Collection Butter 4% Fudge,
- New Ultimate Collection Coconut Ice,
- New Ultimate Collection Vanilla Fudge,
- New Ultimate Collection Rum and Raisin Fudge,
- Iceland Butter 4% Fudge,
- Gourmet Dark Chocolate Ginger Tub and Hope,
- Greenwood Sea Salt Caramel Fudge,
- Mr Stanley’s Cocoa Dusted Almonds.
A man is in a critical condition in hospital after allegedly being punched to the ground in a Harrogate pub beer garden.
The man in his early 50s suffered a serious head injury at the Wetherspoons Royal Baths pub yesterday evening.
A 43-year-old man from York also needed treatment for injuries to his face after being assaulted at the same pub.
Police say they are trying to the suspect, who is described as white, aged in his mid-40s, medium build, with a bald head and short hair around the sides. He was wearing a dark-grey, long-sleeved jumper.
Customers inside the pub were asked to leave while forensic teams carried out investigations.
Emergency services are at the scene of a serious crash involving a car and a cyclist on Oatlands Drive in Harrogate. The road is expected to be closed for several hours.
Police in Harrogate are appealing for the public’s help to trace a woman who has been missing since last weekend.
Roksana Baran, aged 34, was last seen at the house she shares with her sister in Harrogate at around 8pm on Saturday 18 October 2014.
She has not been in touch with anyone since and officers are becoming concerned for her safety.
The police are urging the public to keep and eye out for Roksana and report sightings of anyone matching her description.
She is described as white, around 5ft 4in tall, with a medium build, shoulder-length, light brown hair and blue eyes.
The A61 Harrogate Road is closed in both directions due to an accident at A659 The Avenue (Harewood Bridge).
Traffic is queuing and delays are expected.
The search is on for a large inflatable mascot which has been stolen from a motor industry event in Harrogate.
The mascot, called Trusty, was taken between 6.30pm and 9.30pm on the evening of 16 September. It was taken from outside Harrogate football club on Wetherby Road it was used to promote the event which took place inside.
Trusty was attached to a power supply and contained a fan which kept it inflated. It cost around £2,500.
The inflatable is quite large and of a distinctive design. It would not be of any use to anyone other than the organisation it was intended for. Also, anyone attempting to remove it would have been visible to any passers-by. It’s possible that people who saw it being taken didn’t think anything suspicious was happening. I urge anyone who has any information about the theft, to contact the police as soon as possible.
A Doncaster gardening firm has scooped the top prize at the prestigious Harrogate Flower Show.
PRW Garden Services, which is based in Bessacarr, picked up the gold award at the three-day event, which was visited by thousands of people over the weekend.
The Serenity Garden was developed around a woodland theme, which gardener Paul Watson says proved popular:
Massive marrows, oversize onions and collosal carrots will be on display today as the annual Harrogate Autumn Flower Show gets underway.
There are record entries for this year's giant vegetable competition at the three day event at the Great Yorkshire Showground
Gardeners and growers from across the country are putting the finishing touches to their creations for the Harrogate Flower Show.
The gates for the Autumn show open tomorrow and thousands are expected to flock to the exhibiton tents for everything from geraniums to giant pumpkins. Emma Wilkinson reports: