The UK’s leading specialist in tile and stone has curated ORNAMENTI as an inpirational collection of ornaments and objects designed for private gardens and interiors. Lapicida will unveil the new collection at an exclusive event next week.
Connor Creaghan graduated from the University of Lincoln with a journalism degree in 2018. He stayed in the city for a couple of years working as a journalist on The Lincolnite, a local news website. Connor lives in the centre of Harrogate and will cover stories all over the district.
Since making the announcement this morning Alastair Harvey, lead countryside and woodland advisor, wanted to explain the proposed charges, why they are being implemented and what it is hoped the trial will deliver.
Lori Hendry beat three other shortlisted bakers with a Victoria sponge decorated with red, white and blue icing adorned with a crown and Union Jack flags.
Bukurie Lleshi makes the food, her husband Kol serves and takes orders, and their daughters, Diana and Elona help at the weekend. Find out why this is the perfect recipe at new restaurant Oliveta.
North Yorkshire Police launched its investigation in the summer of 2019 after allegations from customers that Gmund transferred ownership of more than £1 million worth of cars without their permission. Almost three years later, the police have confirmed the investigation is still ongoing.
Not only did Miss Simpson take the school through coronavirus but in that time she also quadrupled pupil numbers — there are now 45 students up from 12 when she started.
Chris Layton and Rebecca Hill, who also own the Galtres Lodge in York, took on the business in August 2021. We went for a sneak peek ahead of the venue’s first wedding — which just so happens to be the wedding of the new owners.
North Yorkshire Police tweeted at 12pm that the road is due to open to traffic again at 12.30pm. Traffic is Knaresborough is currently building. Avoid the area if you can.
The school will suspend applications for the sixth form from September 2022 and all courses and pastoral support will transfer to King James’s School in Knaresborough. A consultation generated just three replies.
Conservative councillor Sam Gibbs has circulated a leaflet canvassing residents’ views on the proposed mosque. He says the leaflet is ‘neutral’ and aims to make it easier to engage in the planning process. The deadline for comments is Sunday.
Winds of up to 44mph are forecast in the afternoon on both Saturday and Sunday, prompting concerns for the safety of stallholders and visitors in Harrogate’s Valley Gardens and Knaresborough’s market place.