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Newspaper archive opened near Wetherby

The British Library's new national newspaper archive has been officially opened in Yorkshire. The building, near Wetherby, holds some 60 million editions, virtually every paper ever printed, which date back hundreds of years.

They were moved up from London over several months and are now kept in special conditions to help preserve them.

Our reporter James Webster has been to look around the new facility:


Camels and Kings at Stockeld Park

Visitors at Stockeld Park will be in for a Christmas treat when a unique procession embarks throughout the grounds.

Kings and camels procession at Stockeld Park Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Led by The Shepherds, the Magnificent Three Kings will ride their camels through the Illuminated enchanted forest from 3pm on Saturday November 22, 2014.

Visitors will be able to watch the festive parade and be given the chance to ride a camel!

"The Christmas Adventure has become a family favourite and for many of our visitor an annual tradition. We are always keen to introduce something new for our guest to enjoy. We are delight to announced this charming festive event and can't wait to see the spectacle of the Magnificent Three Kings riding their camels through the enchanted forest. I may even be tempted to a have a ride on a camel myself"



Zumbathon in memory of Megan Roberts in full swing

Around two hundred fitness fans are in the middle of a Zumbathon in memory of Megan Roberts who tragically drowned in York in January. The event is being held in Wetherby in West Yorkshire.

All funds raised will go to York Rescue Boat charity to run an emergency patrol boat to keep people safe on York's rivers.

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