That's all we've got time for today - thanks for being with us. We're back again with our Local Live service from 07:00 on Tuesday.
In the meantime, here are five things we've learnt in North Yorkshire today:
- The town of Skipton has been at pains to be sure to say "thank you very much indeed" after winning the award for the most polite place from the National Campaign for Courtesy
- On the UN's International Day of Peace, the Lord Mayor of York joined a pilgrimage around York and rang one of the city's three Peace Bells
- A man from Yorkshire has ambitious plans to build a pyramid with stones from a quarry in Tadcaster
- Hundreds of army medics have taken part in a big military exercise in North Yorkshire to see if they're ready to face any emergency anywhere in the world at a moment's notice
- And stand by for the cutest picture you'll see all day: doormice reintroduced to Wensleydale after becoming vulnerable to extinction - prepare your "awwwww" and when ready click here
After clicking on the doormice pic you'll need a tranquil vista to calm you down, so let's finish today with this heart-slowing shot of Cayton sent in by BBC Weather Watcher Katieboots.