The number of people attending this year's Beacon music festival in Skipton have tripled in four years, says the event organiser, Simon Stevens.
The bad weather has not put off thousands of music lovers as they hit the fastest growing music festival in the north.
Seven thousand five hundred revellers travelled to skipton for this years beacons festival. The three day event has triple in size since it began 4 years ago. over 150 bands will perform over the weekend.
The latest craze to hit the classroom is loom bands - with children across the world making millions of them every day.
A dress made of the small coloured elastic bands sold for a staggering £170,000 pounds earlier this week.
But now a father from North Yorkshire has warned parents to be extra vigilant after he checked on his son - who went to sleep wearing them - and his fingers had turned black.
Helen Steel reports:
Brandon Lambert's father, Mark, says it is only by chance he checked on his son and found his fingers turning black as he slept, with the latest craze of "loom bands" wrapped tightly around them.
A father from North Yorkshire is warning parents to be vigilant after his eight-year-old son fell asleep with "loom bands" - a type of elastic band - wrapped tightly around his fingers.
By the time Mark Lambert, from Skipton, checked on Brandon, his fingers had turned black and he fears he could have lost them if he had been left until the morning. He says the bands, which are made into bracelets, are not child friendly and children should not play with them unsupervised.
Police are appealing to clubbers for information after a man was sexually assaulted at a Skipton nightclub. It happened in Strata in the early hours of Sunday morning. Officers are particularly keen to speak to a man who alerted door staff to an incident in a cubicle in the male toilets.
A 19-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident and is on police bail.
Police say that the woman who fell through a roof in Skipton as she watched the Tour did not suffer life threatening injuries.
They say the woman, thought to be in her forties, climbed on to the roof through a first floor window before falling through.
In a separate incident a teenage boy was struck by part of the caravane as it passed through Ilkley.
Police in Skipton have sealed off a building where a woman fell as she watched the Tour de France passing.
She was airlifted to Leeds General Infirmary after falling through the roof in Chapel Hill. It is thought she suffered a head injury.