North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is rescheduling all its Saturday appointments because of lying snow, freezing conditions and further snowfall expected.
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Sue Cawthray, chief executive of Harrogate Neighbours, says nobody at its homes has had the vaccine yet and although she understands it is a mammoth task she is frustrated by the lack of progress so far.
Richard Sheriff, CEO of the Red Kite Learning Trust, said primary schools in particular have seen far more pupils attending in person than was the case in the first lockdown last year.
Despite receiving extensive support from the public and North Yorkshire county councillors, a minerals company has asked for the plans to be called in by the Secretary of State.
Harrogate charity, Open Country, has thanked a national charity for its work to make the countryside suitable for all abilities with an award.
Plough Sunday would usually see farm machinery blessed by the Bishop at Ripon Cathedral. This year, things may be different, but our links to agriculture are no less important.
North Yorkshire Sport is based in Harrogate and works will older adults to keep them active. New lottery funding means they can offer 230 people at home sessions for a month during the pandemic.
Shane Povey, 38, started berating officers who were breaking up a fight in Boroughbridge. He later went to his ex-partner’s house and began making threats, before damaging her new car.
Members of staff at The Harrogate Bus Company took to the roads with shovels and grit to help keep drivers moving.
Susie Little, who founded the Covid Co-operation Harrogate Facebook group last March, said the announcement that very vulnerable people must begin shielding again has left many feeling anxious.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced at 8pm last night that a new lockdown would begin from today, with a stay at home order in place. Local business owners have given their response to the changes.