Set your video – Rosedale triathlete on Channel 4 on Saturday 3 SeptemberRosedale triathlete Jon Zigmond has been filmed and interviewed for a programme on Channel 4 on Saturday 3 September.On 24 July Jon raced an ironman distance triathlon (2.4 miles lake swim + 112.6 miles bike + 26.2 miles run). The race is called The Outlaw and race highlights will be broadcast on Channel 4 on 3 September at 07.00. (Or 08.00 on Channel 4+1.)Those with access to Sky Sports 3 can watch it a week earlier on 27 August at 19.00 and repeated on Sunday 28 August at 08.00.The programme will mainly highlight the expected top three men and women in the race, but they also interviewed and filmed Jon due to his taking on this huge challenge with serious heart issues.Did he or did he not manage to complete the distance in the strict time allowed?Get up early or set your video to find out.
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It is a great time for wildlife in June and birds are busy incubating eggs or feeding young. They are good at using the nooks and crannies that nature has to offer. This spotted flycatcher is sitting on eggs in a hole up a tree. Fantastic bird which flits from branches catching insects in the air and landing back on the branch. Love Rosedale. Love nature. Updale Natural History Recorder
This lovely friendly lad or lass is following folk about the village looking for food and a place to sleep indoors. If u recognise this puss he’s currently on Milk Street by Gillies Jones .
Jack the cat has been reunited with James at the White Horse.
Investigating and repairing a suspected water leak in the weather vane mounting at the Community School. Now if only the village clock would get the same attention!
This snipe was perched, one legged on a wall on the moor, quite happy in the rain. The common snipe is another of our ground-nesting birds and favours a habitat of damp ground. It is actually a wading bird and it’s extraordinary long bill enables it to probe for worms. When flushed they explode in to the air with a zigzag flight at great speed. The male is renowned for the drumming noise it creates when displaying above its nesting ground. This noise is produced by the vibration of two outer tail feathers during steep descents. Updale Natural History Recorder
Tonight 3rd May from 9pm Tom plays the White Horse Farm Inn. Go Tom.
Mother duck and her 15 ducklings have been doing the rounds of the village. Last seen heading towards the Flower of May pond, and sadly she’s down to 12 ducklings. Keep and eye out and send us a pic if you see her.
Lucy and Kallum, two of the bar staff at the Milburn Arms, pulling some of the first pints during the official reopening of the Milburn Arms on Tuesday evening, 15 April 2014.
The Milburn, now under the management of Carolyn and Duncan Bavister of Danby Castle, will be open for full bar service from 10.00am to 11.00pm and restaurant service from 12.00am to 9.30pm from Wednesday 16 April. Good Luck to all at the Milburn Arms!
Beautiful pic sent in by the Seven Ford House folks ! Thank you