After a month of lockdown, Knaresborough’s shop owners say they need a huge boost to sales to cover the losses of two lockdowns. As shops reopen today there are hopes that people will come out and support them.
The Christmas lights are up, the business owners are ready, now all Knaresborough needs is shoppers. After a month of lockdown, Knaresborough's shop owners say they need a huge boost to sales to cover the losses of two lockdowns. The shopkeepers have been eager to...
The lake was designated a site of special scientific interest in 1995 because it supports a number of rare birds, including the goosander and reed warbler. About 60 residents have already objected.
Nigel Pulling, chief executive of the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, says there is ‘real anxiety’ about post-Brexit support payments to farmers. Sheep farmers are particularly fearful of a no-deal outcome.
The nursery in the Pinewoods mainly stocks poinsettias over Christmas but also sells decorations, including plastic wreaths, which contravenes its commitment to stop using single-use plastic.
The district now has an average seven-day rate of infection of 92 people per 100,000, compared with 277 people per 100,000 when lockdown began on November 5.
Eateries will be able to open their doors for the first time tomorrow after a month under the new tier two rules.
Tributes have been paid to Richard Marshall who was described as an “outstanding leader who has been tragically taken from us far too early”.
Luke Richardson, who is just 23 years old, was a lifeguard at Starbeck Baths until recently. Now, after a remarkable 2020, he’s the biggest rising star in the world of strongman.
The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed another retail victim as months of lost trade has caused the closure of Ripon’s only department store
Debenhams on Parliament Street has been a key part of Harrogate’s shopping landscape for decades. But staff have been dealt a devastating blow in the run-up to Christmas.
Yorkshire Water has warned people the new route is uneven and wet but Helen Riley says it is ‘impossible to walk’ in places after being left in tears at the weekend.
Motorists will be able to park in the Victoria car park on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays free of charge after 3pm. Electric buses will provide free travel on Sundays.