In this week’s Mirfield Reporter

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Ten cancer patients will benefit from a break after a woman from Mirfield ran the length of Wales for charity.

And Nicky Spinks’ fundraising effort don’t end with the Dragon’s Belly challenge - she’s now arranged a fundraising run of her own to take place at her Upper Hopton home.

A little girl was rescued by a heroic passer-by after falling into the canal at Mirfield.

Find out how history buffs are helping to restore a medieval motte to its former glory.

A Mirfield Tesco worker had a close shave when she lost her locks for charity.

Councillors considering giving developers extra time on the controversial Mirfield 25 project have delayed making a decision.

Cyber bullying has hit the headlines in recent weeks. We have a special report examining the issue...

We take an in-depth look at claims that emergency response times are being fiddled by Yorkshire Ambulance Service.

We have pictures specials on Dewsbury Market’s Pirate Day and Dewsbury Canal Festival.

In sport

Dewsbury Rams boss Glenn Morrison said his side needs to step-up a gear if they are going to recover after suffering a mauling from Featherstone Rovers.

Plus!

We have a free eight-page A Level results pull out, including pictures of Mirfield Free Grammar students getting their results.

It’s your last chance to take part in our free Cute Kids competition.

And have a bet on the Rams on us.

All this and more, in you Mirfield Reporter, out Friday August 16.