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Yummy Yorkshire, at Penistone Road, took home the prize at the 2014 Yorkshire Post deliciouslyorkshire Taste Awards in Harrogate.
For the first time in their history, the Northern Echo and The Journal and Chronicle shared front pages yesterday, while the the Gazette, Yorkshire Post and Manchester Evening News carried the same message inside.
Newspapers joining the call include The Journal, The Chronicle, Northern Echo, The Gazette, Manchester Evening News and The Yorkshire Post.
Harry was working as a farm hand at the premises, according to the Yorkshire Post.
From the Thomson group, Wilf joined the Yorkshire Post, five years later he moved to the Birmingham Post and Mail, where he became sales director and he remained in that position until his retirement in 1986 when we returned to South Wales and a village called Sully.
There's nothing stopping this deal," the Yorkshire Post quotes a source as saying.
He has also written a wide range of academic books, children's poetry and fiction and is a regular contributor to the Yorkshire Post and Countryman magazine.
He left school on his 15th birthday to become a copy boy at the Fleet Street offices of the Yorkshire Post.