The parents of England cricketer Adam Lyth say Headingley is one of his favourite grounds to play at.
They have been telling speaking about Adam's formative years as he prepares for his first England test at Headingley on Friday:
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A retired vicar who indecently assaulted a young girl over forty years ago has been jailed following a trial at Kingston Crown Court.
Graham Gregory, 79 of Brockfield Park Drive, Huntington, York was sentenced to three years in prison at Kingston Crown Court having been found guilty in 2014 of two counts of indecent assault on a girl under 13 years.
Gregory was acquitted of two further counts of indecent assault following a retrial at the same court.
Detectives were contacted by a woman in 2012 who claimed that she had been abused as a child between 1969 and 1971 when she lived in Wandsworth and attended the church where Gregory was curate. She told officers that he kissed her on several occasions before assaulting her.
A second woman - who also knew Gregory through the same church - informed officers that she too had been abused as a child.
Gregory denied the allegations but was charged with five counts of indecent assault, and found guilty of two.
Police are appealing for any other victims to come forward:
Gregory abused his position as a figure of trust and authority. It takes a lot of courage to report this type of crime and in some cases victims feel that they are only able to come forward years after the offence. This conviction highlights that regardless of how much time has passed, we remain committed to bringing offenders before the courts. I would urge anyone else who may have been a victim of Gregory’s abuse to contact with the police.
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As part of the 50th anniversary of the Pennine Way, ITV Calendar's weather presenter, Jon Mitchell, has been following the trial as it winds through the Calendar region.
In the third and final instalment, Jon explores Swaledale with our expert Anne Clark.
Tourists can now get a taste of life as a red arrows pilot.
A new ride based on the famous Lincolnshire display team has just opened letting riders experience at least a third of the G-forces that Red One and his team mates face during displays.
The new £2 million white-knuckle attraction is 72 feet high and will take thrill seekers on a 360 degree tour of the skies.
Paul Crone's been along for the ride:
People are gathering in Leeds city centre to protest against austerity.
It comes on the day the Queen's delivered the first Conservative Government speech in over two decades.
The protest in Leeds has been organised by Leeds Youth Fight for Jobs and will take place at the same time as similar protests in Bradford, Huddersfield, Grimsby and other cities.