An art gallery has relocated from Kirby Moorside in Ryedale to Harrogate. The owner hopes the move will provide more opportunities and add to the town’s “sense of culture.”
As well as having to deal with the aftermath of coronavirus, a Harrogate fish and chip shop now has roadworks set to stay for 14 weeks outside their takeaway. Despite this, the owner says they are “heading in the right direction.”
The new stretching classes have proven to be a big hit with staff and residents, improving the wellbeing of people suffering with dementia.
Fodder café at the Great Yorkshire Showground will be welcoming back customers this coming Monday, but is not taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Viewers from 60 different countries across the world enjoyed the online event. The virtual festival featured a packed line-up of free events, including the world premiere of the highly anticipated Eclipse.
The newly wed got married on the July 4, the first day weddings were allowed post lockdown. The bride told the Stray Ferret that despite it being “different” to what they had originally planned, it was still a special day.
Just ‘B’, one of the services provided by Saint Michael’s Hospice, has been awarded a grant of over £30,000 to support vulnerable people during school holidays.
Statistics from the ONS show that since 1992 three quarters of marriages have been civil ceremonies. A former teacher has become an independent civil celebrant due to the trend towards non-religious weddings.
A small antiques shop has been set up in what was a storage cupboard at The Knox pub in Bilton. Foxy Antiques and Interior opened its doors for the first time to customers last weekend.
For Girlguiding North Yorkshire West, the pandemic has “seriously hampered” its hope of completing its new residential centre, Birk Crag. An online auction has been launched to raise the final funds needed.
This weekend, Scran at the Yorkshire Hotel will reopen its doors after weeks of renovation. To celebrate Yorkshire Day, the hotel has created a beach at the front of the building.