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  • proper n. A town in North Yorkshire, England


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  • My better nature adds: But you weren't even in Harrogate!

    Lynne Featherstone and the Ancient Order of Coders

  • Last time there was an autumn Lib Dem Conference in Harrogate, Liberator raffled tea with Lord Bonkers at Betty's to raise funds.

    Why I am not going to Harrogate

  • Our Veranda and Spindler Cafés at Bettys in Harrogate will be closed temporarily, from 5th January until Easter.

    Why I am not going to Harrogate

  • I was aware that it was to be in Harrogate, but did not make a note of the date.

    More lazy journalism from the BBC politics team

  • The last time there was an autumn Lib Dem Conference in Harrogate Liberator magazine raffled the chance to take tea with Lord Bonkers at Betty's.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • I noticed this story about a crime writing festival in Harrogate, Yorkshire this morning.

    Ale and crime writing « Reading Copy

  • Not too sure what folk would have been up to in Harrogate when I snapped this.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Yet this weekend many of the Lib Dems gathering in Harrogate for their spring conference sense that they may be closer to real power than at any time in living memory.

    The Economist's end-of-year report on Ming

  • She is 42, married to Peter Whittall, an accountant, and lives in Harrogate, North Yorkshire (the North of England) with their four cats where, until recently, she ran her own business teaching French to people planning to move to France.

    Diane Setterfield biography

  • At the spring conference in Harrogate in March, Liberal Democrats will be debating a motion from the Federal Policy Committee calling for reforms to Royal Mail and policies to save the Post Office network.

    Post offices: Lamb on line


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